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Now Hear This - May 2010
May 2010 Navy by CAPT Tom McAtee First P-8A Arrives at NAS Pax River The first P-8A Poseidon aircraft landed at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, M...

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Now Hear This - April 2010
April 2010 Navy by CAPT Tom McAtee Upcoming Boards Board Convening Date ...

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Now Hear This - March 2010
March 2010 Navy by CAPT Tom McAtee Requested 1.4% Pay Raise for 2011 The Administration will seek a 1.4 percent military pay raise for 2011 as part...

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Now Hear This - February 2010

Service records destroyed in a St. Louis fire. Age 60 - 65 retirement timeline for reservists.

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January 2010 Navy by CAPT Tom McAtee Naval Academy Faculty Opportunities The USNA Dean of Faculty has announced three-year recall teaching opportun...

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Now Hear This - December 2009
December 2009 Navy by CAPT Tom McAtee Reserve Retirement Point Value for 2010 If you are initially retiring in 2010, this is what a retirement poin...

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November 2009 Navy by Tom McAtee Two Highlights of Conference Report on NDAA 2010 2010 Pay Raise for Military Effective 1 January 2010, the milita...

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October 2009 Navy Magazine by CAPT Tom McAtee Qualifying Active Duty for Reserve Early Retirement Confusion still exists regarding the types of act...

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September 2009 Navy by CAPT Tom McAtee Retiree-At-Cost Hearing Aid Program Did you know you could purchase hearing aids at considerable savings thr...

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August 2009, Navy by CAPT Tom McAtee Important Medicare/TFL Decision at Age 65 Whether you picked up early Social Security benefits or plan to wait...

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The Fleet Seminar Program is one of several avenues for officers to complete Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) Phase I. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard officers in the grade of O-3 and above and officers from other services in the grade of O-4 and above are eligible. Federal civilian employees in the paygrade of GS-11 or equivalent or above are also eligible. Beginning in early September and continuing through the following May, seminars are one night per week for three hours per night. Derived from the ten-month NWC intermediate resident core curriculum, the students are taught three courses: strategy and war, joint maritime operations, and national security decision making. Each core course is completed during one academic year and completing all three courses in this program satisfies JPME Phase I requirements, a critical career milestone. The Fleet Seminar Program curriculum is also accredited toward completion of the Naval War College Master of Arts degree in national security and strategic studies. For Fleet Seminar Program students who choose to pursue the NWC Master’s degree, the Naval War College Graduate Degree Program is available through a separate selection process. This program requires completion of the three-core courses through the Fleet Seminar Program as well as an additional nine graduate credit hours in a specified area of study.

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While the Post-9/11 GI Bill offers a very generous postservice education benefit, a special provision of the program allows career service members the opportunity to share their education benefits with immediate family members.

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For three consecutive years, the Defense Department has asked Congress to increase TRICARE fees for retirees and to revise pharmacy copayments for Active-Duty families and retirees in order to reduce costs. This and more in Keeping Up...

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TRICARE Reserve Select Premiums Officially Reduced; Unpaid Leave Benefit Improves for Reserve Families; 4,000 IRR Navy Personnel Will Muster This Summer; FAQ: What Type of Orders
Are Eligible for Early Retirement Credit

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