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FY10 STA-21 Applicants gather round!

crevans2

NFO Prior E
Not sure if anyone is monitoring this thread or if there is a more recent thread for FY10 STA-21 class, but all of us should have got the following letter. An update is that the petition is at BCNR as of January 21 and they have 580 days to review and respond. Fingers crossed.

You have been identified as an officer commissioned through the Seaman-to-Admiral-21 (STA-21) program whose time in service for retirement may be impacted by changes to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year (FY) 2010. The FY-10 NDAA amended the law to reflect that time spent participating in STA-21 is excluded from computation of years of service for retirement eligibility. NAVADMINs soliciting STA-21 applications in FY-11, FY-12, FY-13 and FY-14 did not reflect the FY-10 NDAA change. Therefore, my team is pursuing a group petition with the Board for Correction of Naval Records (BCNR) to reinstate the active duty credit for STA-21 participants during these years. The BCNR can not act in contradiction to the law, however, in accordance with 10 U.S.C. § 1552, the BCNR provides a process that allows current and former Navy members to seek correction of errors or injustices reflected in the official Navy records. BCNR actions are expected to take 9-12 months for review and disposition. We will work with BCNR to ensure they review this group petition as soon as possible. If we can assist you further or if you have any questions, please contact Lieutenant Commander Edward Kenneweg, who can be reached via email at edward.kenneweg@navy.mil or by telephone at (703) 604-5081.
 

Wareal

Well-Known Member
Contributor
Not sure if anyone is monitoring this thread or if there is a more recent thread for FY10 STA-21 class, but all of us should have got the following letter. An update is that the petition is at BCNR as of January 21 and they have 580 days to review and respond. Fingers crossed.

You have been identified as an officer commissioned through the Seaman-to-Admiral-21 (STA-21) program whose time in service for retirement may be impacted by changes to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year (FY) 2010. The FY-10 NDAA amended the law to reflect that time spent participating in STA-21 is excluded from computation of years of service for retirement eligibility. NAVADMINs soliciting STA-21 applications in FY-11, FY-12, FY-13 and FY-14 did not reflect the FY-10 NDAA change. Therefore, my team is pursuing a group petition with the Board for Correction of Naval Records (BCNR) to reinstate the active duty credit for STA-21 participants during these years. The BCNR can not act in contradiction to the law, however, in accordance with 10 U.S.C. § 1552, the BCNR provides a process that allows current and former Navy members to seek correction of errors or injustices reflected in the official Navy records. BCNR actions are expected to take 9-12 months for review and disposition. We will work with BCNR to ensure they review this group petition as soon as possible. If we can assist you further or if you have any questions, please contact Lieutenant Commander Edward Kenneweg, who can be reached via email at edward.kenneweg@navy.mil or by telephone at (703) 604-5081.
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