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Monday, September 23, 2019

You had better get your stuff in order, Perform or get out! NAVADMIN 210/10

Annnndd… the Navy is trying to save money again..

I can’t say I don’t agree with this, I do.  If your a habitual under-performer, can’t carry a weapon, can’t get re-classified etc.. you should get out.  There are to many people trying to get in the Navy who have a better attitude or can do the job that needs to be done..

That being said, you should educate yourself on this change.

R 251239Z JUN 10
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1//
TO NAVADMIN
INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1//
NAVADMIN 210/10

BT
UNCLAS//N01000//
MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/JUN//

SUBJ/POLICY CHANGES REGARDING ENLISTED PERFORMANCE, CONDUCT, DETACHMENT
FOR CAUSE AND SEPARATION OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL//

REF/A/DOC/CHNAVPERS/22AUG2002//
AMPN/REF A IS NAVAL MILITARY PERSONNEL MANUAL//

RMKS/1. THIS NAVADMIN HIGHLIGHTS RECENT CHANGES TO THE NAVAL MILITARY
PERSONNEL MANUAL (MILPERSMAN), SPECIFICALLY RELATED TO ARTICLES 1910-
156, 1616-010, AND 1616-040, REGARDING ENLISTED PERFORMANCE, CONDUCT,
DETACHMENT FOR CAUSE (DFC) AND SEPARATIONS. COMMANDERS AND COMMANDING
OFFICERS SHOULD THOROUGHLY REVIEW EACH ARTICLE AND ENSURE LEGAL AND
ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT PERSONNEL RECEIVE TRAINING ON THESE CHANGES.

2. BASED ON INPUTS FROM COMMANDERS AND COMMANDING OFFICERS REGARDING
STANDARDS OF PERFORMANCE FOR OUR NAVY’S BEST AND BRIGHTEST SAILORS, THE
REASONS FOR SEPARATION UNDER REF A HAVE BEEN MODIFIED TO DEFINE
CATEGORIES OF UNSATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE OR SITUATIONS IN WHICH AN
INDIVIDUAL IS UNABLE TO CARRY OUT THEIR ASSIGNED DUTIES. COMMANDERS
AND COMMANDING OFFICERS MUST ENSURE THEY PROPERLY PROVIDE AND DOCUMENT
REQUIRED COUNSELING/WARNING ON A MILPERSMAN 1070/613 PRIOR TO
SEPARATION OF MEMBERS UNDER THESE CATEGORIES. ADDITIONAL REASONS FOR
SEPARATION INCLUDE:

A. AN OVERALL 2.49 CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE MARK AVERAGE FOR TWO
CONSECUTIVE EVALUATIONS.
B. PROMOTION RECOMMENDATION LESS THAN PROMOTABLE WITH NO
IMPROVEMENT IN TWO CONSECUTIVE CYCLES.
C. PERFORMANCE-RELATED LOSS OF NAVY ENLISTED CLASSIFICATION (NEC)
CODE, NOT RELATED TO MEDICAL REASONS.
D. SAILORS WHO EXECUTE ORDERS FOR RATING CONVERSION AND FAIL TO
COMPLETE FORMAL TRAINING REQUIRED VIA PERFORM TO SERVE (PTS) PROGRAM.
E. SAILORS WHO LOSE ABILITY TO CARRY OR HANDLE WEAPONS IN
PERFORMANCE OF DUTIES DUE TO LAUTENBERG AMENDMENT INVOLVING DOMESTIC
VIOLENCE.

3. ARTICLE 1616-010 OF REF A, DFC OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL, HAS BEEN
CHANGED TO ALIGN THE PROCEDURES FOR DFC FOR ENLISTED PERSONNEL WITH
PROCEDURES APPLICABLE TO OFFICERS. APPROVAL AUTHORITY NOW RESIDES WITH
COMMANDER, NAVY PERSONNEL COMMAND (NAVPERSCOM).

4. ARTICLE 1616-040 OF REF A, ENLISTED PERFORMANCE (E-6/7/8/9), NOW
ADDRESSES REQUIRES COMMANDERS AND COMMANDING OFFICERS TO INFORM
NAVPERSCOM (PERS-832) OF ANY MILITARY OR CIVILIAN DISCIPLINARY ACTION
AND INCIDENTS INVOLVING PERFORMANCE OR CONDUCT WHICH MAY BE OF
WIDESPREAD PUBLIC INTEREST, OR WHICH WILL REQUIRE ACTION BY NAVPERSCOM
CONCERNING A MEMBER’S STATUS THAT INVOLVE E-6/7/8/9.
5. REFER TO ARTICLES 1910-156, 1616-010, AND 1616-040 FOR REQUIRED
COUNSELING, POLICY, PROCEDURES, AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS.

6. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THESE TOOLS IS CONTINGENT ON PROACTIVE
MENTORING, COUNSELING, AND SERVICE RECORD DOCUMENTATION VIA PAGE 13 IN
THE MEMBER’S SERVICE RECORD.

7. POINT OF CONTACT: MR. M. MAJESKIE, NAVPERSCOM (PERS-832), AT (901)
874-4432/DSN 882, OR VIA E-MAIL AT MIKE.MAJESKIE(AT)NAVY.MIL.

8. RELEASED BY VADM MARK FERGUSON, N1.//

Don’t look like a deer in the headlights if you get bad news, know your rights and get your crap in one sock!

EDUCATE!

Comments

3 Responses to “You had better get your stuff in order, Perform or get out! NAVADMIN 210/10”
  1. xryverrhat says:

    At one time Shift Colors had a column where a veteran could search for shipmates we served with. Are you expecting to bring this column back? If not is there another way we can search for shipmates we once served with. Please let me know about this by sending an e-mail to me at xryverrhat@bellsouth.net.
    Thanx

  2. Monkeybone762 says:

    so i have a question im an HM3 right now and when i get back from my deployment i will have 9 months left on my contract. Now, it looks like if i dont fall under any of these categories i should be ok to re-enlist am i correct or is there something else im missing.