united states coast guard

07 MAY 2019

ALCGPSC 062/19
A. Officer Accessions, Evaluations, and Promotions Manual, COMDTINST
M1000.3 (series)
B. Reserve Policy Manual, COMDTINST M1001.28 (series)
C. Coast Guard Weight and Body Fat Standards Program Manual, COMDTINST
M1020.8 (series)
1. The Commandant has approved the report of the Chief Warrant Officer (CWO)
Appointment Board convened 1 April 2019.
2. Subject to final approval by the Secretary, the following personnel,
listed by specialty in numerical order by precedence, are recommended for
appointment to warrant grade upon their acceptance of a
Selected Reserve (SELRES) position.
  a. Electronics Specialist (ELC)
     No.  Name                       Rate
      1.  Chase, Derek S.      ETC
      2.  Burr, Jack F.       ETC
  b. Naval Engineering Specialist (ENG)
     No.  Name                       Rate
      1.  Collins, Christian M.      MKC
      2.  Jensen, Kevin R.           MKC
      3.  Hauswirth, Charles A.      MKC
      4.  Dec, James E.              MKC
  c. Material Maintenance Specialist (MAT)
     No.  Name                       Rate
      1.  Bernal, Ramon A.           DC1
      2.  Jennings, Korrena M.       DC1
      3.  Bowers, Eric M.            DCC
  d. Personnel Administration Specialist (PERS)
     No.  Name                       Rate
      1.  Dovico, Laura              YNC
      2.  Dolan, Kay L.              YNC
      3.  Robbins, Katy A.           YNC
      4.  Bradley, Dorothy J.        YNC
      5.  Kee, Dana E.               YNC
      6.  Carleton, Erick S.         YN1
      7.  Pavicic, John J.           YNC
  e. Information Systems Management Specialist (ISM)
     No.  Name                       Rate
      1.  Leibrant, Chris A.         ITC
  f. Intelligence Systems Specialist (ISS)
     No.  Name                       Rate 
      1.  Salimone, Lonnie J.        ISCS
      2.  Corley, Caroll W.          ISC
  g. Maritime Law Enforcement and Security Specialist (MLES)  
     No.  Name                       Rate
      1.  Roberts, Sean P.           MEC
      2.  Gregorczyk, Stephen J.     MEC
      3.  Lyons, Steven R.           MEC
      4.  Burbank, Thomas A.         MEC
      5.  Keele, William F.          MEC
      6.  Jackson, Frederick J.      MEC
      7.  Simpson, John l.           MEC
      8.  Shearman, David R.         MEC
  h. Marine Safety Specialist Response Specialist (MSSR)
     No.  Name                       Rate
      1.  Santini, Kristen A.        MSTC
      2.  Knight, Anthony J.         MSTC
      3.  Lee, James W.              MSTCS
      4.  Krulla, Tyler C.           MSTC
      5.  Boyd, Chad I.              MSTC
      6.  Drucker, Kendra L.         MST1
      7.  Frohman, Lorraine T.       MST1
3. The Reserve program does not use the eligibility list cutoff policy or
assured appointment discussed in Art. 1.D.9. of REF A due to a limited number
of available SELRES CWO positions, which are geographically constrained. IAW Art.
5.C. of REF B, selectees may waive the Reasonable Commuting Distance (RCD) policy
if they desire to accept a CWO appointment. Selectees who waive the RCD in order to
accept a CWO appointment will incur Inactive Duty Training (IDT) transportation
expenses to their new CWO position without reimbursement.
4. Predictors indicate the number of projected SELRES position vacancies for
the specialties listed. Appointments below the predictor are not guaranteed,
as discussed in paragraph 3.
5. Upon approval by the Secretary, each selectee listed above the predictor
will be contacted by Coast Guard Personnel Service Center, Reserve Personnel
Management Division (CG PSC-RPM) to discuss assignment options. Selectees
listed below the predictor may be contacted by CG PSC-RPM to discuss assignment
options as service needs dictate.
6. Selectees must agree to transfer to a vacant, or projected to be vacant, CWO
position for a minimum period of two years from the appointment effective date.
Selectees who fail to report to their assigned position or complete the initial
two-year CWO assignment commitment shall be assigned to the Individual
Ready Reserve (IRR) for the balance of their initial two-year commitment.
CWOs who complete their initial two-year commitment while assigned to the
IRR may re-compete during the next Assignment Year (AY) for vacant SELRES
CWO positions on the Personnel Allowance List (PAL).
7. Selectees who decline appointment and assignment to a position located
within their RCD will incur a two-year period of ineligibility for future
CWO consideration.
8. Selectees who decline appointment and follow-on assignment to a position
located outside their RCD will not incur a period of ineligibility and may compete
in the PY19 CWO Appointment Board.
9. Since appointments are based upon SELRES CWO PAL vacancies, members must
be in the SELRES on the date of appointment. Members deployed/TDY on Title
10 recall or Active Duty For Operational Support (ADOS), and members on
Extended Active Duty(EAD) must be released from Active Duty to accept
appointment. Appointees must serve in the assigned SELRES position for a
minimum of two years before pursuing voluntary Active Duty of any sort
(ADOS or EAD) other than at the members SELRES unit.
10. Selectees who accept a SELRES position will be provided an approval
memorandum, oath, and appointment certificate under separate cover. Pay
and allowances will not begin until the date the acceptance and Oath of
Office are properly executed. The appointment date for all selectees
is the first day of any month. Upon receipt of the properly executed oath,
CG PSC-RPM will submit Direct Access CWO Appointment transactions on the date
the Acceptance and Oath of Office are executed.
11. Commanding Officers shall ensure selectees are in compliance with the weight
and body fat standards contained in REF C prior to their appointment date.
Selectees not meeting the requirements of REF C on the date of appointment
will be removed from the eligibility list and may reapply in the next
annual cycle.
12. An approved commissioning physical is required prior to execution of the
Oath of Office in accordance with Art 1.D.11.e of REF A.
13. Commanding Officers will provide each selectee with a copy of this
ALCGPSC and ensure a copy is placed in their unit PDR.
14. The Board members and units are listed below:
Name                                  Unit
CAPT Jennifer A. Travers  CG-DCO-X
CDR Todd L. Emerson   BASE KODIAK
LCDR Kelley M. Turner   CG-1331
CWO4 Jannessa J. Botts   CGC WAESCHE
CWO3 Derek M. Holmes    DD-IPD ST LOUIS
15. The precept which convened this board and charged the members with
their duties and the Commandant's Guidance for Selection Boards and Panels
are available via the PSC-RPM internet
The proceedings of the appointment board, including its deliberations and
criteria for selection, cannot be disclosed to any person who was not a member
of the board. If there are any questions regarding the board process,
please contact LT Joshua Denney, Boards and Panels Section Chief at
202-795-6509 or e-mail: For any questions
regarding Reserve CWO Assignments, contact LT Timothy Waldt at
(202)795-6528 or via email at
16. Released: CAPT G.T. Prestidge, Commander, Personnel Service Center.
The Service Center for our most important resource - Our People.
17. Internet release authorized.