What is a detailer in the Navy?
“Detailers are the Sailors’ advocate and we take in to consideration everything we can to ensure we are providing the right ‘fit’ for each billet advertised on CMS-ID. We evaluate each Sailor’s professional milestones and take into consideration a Sailor’s personal aspirations and stated preferences.
How do I contact my Navy detailer?
Customers can call (866) U-ASK-NPC (1-866-827-5672).
What does a gunner’s mate do?
Gunner’s Mates (GM) are responsible for the operation and maintenance of missile launch systems, underwater explosive weapons, gun mounts and other ordnance equipment.
How long is Navy Gunners Mate a school?
approximately 27 weeks
Gunner’s Mate class “A” school is located in Great Lakes, Illinois, and the school is approximately 27 weeks in duration. The GM rating requires a 60 month (5 year) service obligation for those leaving for boot-camp in Fiscal Year 2018 and beyond.
How do you become a gunner’s mate?
Who Can Be a Gunner’s Mate?
- You must have a combined ASVAB line score of: AR + MK + EI + GS = 204.
- You must have normal color perception (meaning no partial or full colorblindness)
- You must have normal hearing in both ears.
- You must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance.
- You must be a United States Citizen.
What score do you need to be a gunners mate?
To qualify for this role, candidates need a combined score of 204 on the arithmetic, mechanical knowledge, electrical and general science segments of the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) tests. They also need to be able to qualify for a secret security clearance from the Department of Defense.
When did gunners mate become a rate?
February 26, 2007
On February 26, 2007, the Chief of Naval Operations approved the merger of the gunner’s mate (GM) and torpedoman’s mate (TM) ratings into the GM rating. The move was made to leverage the strengths, knowledge, skills and abilities found in the two ratings to meet current and future strategic mission needs.
When should I contact my Navy detailer?
It needs to reach your detailer prior to your 9 month window. A 1306 is official correspondence, and every sailor has the right to route a 1306. An email might be great, but get that 1306 in because it’s official.
What does a detailer do in the military?
Enlisted Detailers are charged with the equitable distribution of Sailors to commands based on billets authorized (BA) and the Navy Manning Plan (NMP) via MyNavy Assignments (MNA).
What does FTS mean in the Navy?
Full Time Support
The purpose of the Full Time Support (FTS) Program is to train and administer the Navy Reserve. Enlisted FTS personnel serve in demanding billets both at sea and ashore.
What are billets in the Navy?
Billet can mean a specific personnel position, assignment, or duty station which may be filled by one person, most commonly used by the United States Navy, the United States Marine Corps, and the United States Coast Guard.