united states coast guard

23 FEB 2021
UNCLAS //N01401//
ALCGPSC 017/21
A. Officer Accessions, Evaluations, and Promotions, COMDTINST
B. Reserve Policy Manual, COMDTINST M1001.28 (series)
C. Coast Guard Weight and Body Fat Standards Program Manual, COMDTINST
M1020.8 (series)
D. ACN 056/20
1. Commanding Officers/Officers exercising administrative control may
promote the personnel listed below, effective on the dates indicated.
2. Members are categorized by the promotion list on which they were
selected. Prior to promotion, Commanding Officers must ensure
compliance with Para 3.A.12 of Ref A for ADPL promotions to O-2 through
O-6, Para 3.B.6 of Ref A for ADPL promotions to Chief Warrant Officer,
and section 7.A.10 of Ref B for IDPL promotions. Commanding Officers
must also ensure compliance with the provisions of Ref C, unless an
exemption has been granted. If promotion is delayed, Commanding
Officers must notify PSC (OPM-1) or (RPM), PPC, and SPO prior to the
authorized promotion date.
3. If a promotion is delayed under these provisions, further
proceedings under Chapter 3 of Ref A or Chapter 7 of Ref B will
depend upon the circumstances leading to the delay. When an officer
whose promotion has been delayed subsequently meets the standards for
promotion, Commanding Officers should contact PSC (OPM-1) or (RPM) and
request authority to promote the officer. PSC (OPM-1) or (RPM) will
authorize promotion with a date of rank at the time the officer would
have been promoted had the promotion not been delayed. For IDPL
officers, pay and allowances of the grade to which promoted are
authorized from the effective date of the appointment, not the date of
4. Acceptance of promotion obligates officers to serve two years time
in grade (TIG) prior to voluntary retirement. The TIG requirement does
not apply to an officer resigning his or her commission. Obligated
service requirements for Reserve officers accepting promotion are
contained in Ref D.
5. The following promotions are authorized:
NAME                             LIST   DOR           UNIT   SPO
To Commander:
Barnum, Jeffery C.               ADPL   01 Mar 2021   005761 046734
Frieden, Nicholas E.             IDPL   01 Mar 2021   007808 041675
Campagnini, Kathryn M.           IDPL   01 Mar 2021   008155 045431
Thompson, Dwight W.              IDPL   01 Mar 2021   007808 041675
To Lieutenant Commander:
Fransson, Peter J.               ADPL   01 Mar 2021   037717 042311
Mast, John J.                    ADPL   01 Mar 2021   007747 042311
Alonso, Angela J.                IDPL   01 Mar 2021   007575 042599
Shepard, Derek D.                IDPL   01 Mar 2021   038675 042599
Zisel, Christian M.              IDPL   01 Mar 2021   008359 045431
Leta, Mihai                      ADPL   01 Mar 2021   048066 046734
Peet, Katherine R.               ADPL   01 Mar 2021   038325 042599
DiGeorge, Sean D.                ADPL   01 Mar 2021   038497 042030
Fassnacht, Jonathan R.           IDPL   01 Mar 2021   007529 046604
Tomasiak, Eileen A.              IDPL   01 Mar 2021   007210 042632
6. Pay and allowances of the grade to which promoted are authorized
from date of rank specified. Pay increases will normally be included in
payments for the first payday after the date of the promotion.
7. For ceremonial purposes, a promotion certificate template can be
printed from the CG Portal at
opm/1/SitePages/Home.aspx. As a reminder, please ensure your mailing
address is accurate in Direct Access.  If you are transferring in the
near future, please contact CWO Claricia Gautier at and provide your new mailing address.
8. It is not necessary to submit a ticket to update rank or job title
on CGOne. Please utilize the self-service option at or see the “How to Change your RANK”
self-help tech-tip at
9. Officers promoted to the grade of Commander or below during a
reporting period must apply the submission criteria for the grade to
which promoted to determine when their next OER is due. See Chapter 5.E
of Ref A for details. Promotion OERs are required for promotion to
Captain only if more than 182 days have elapsed since their previous
OER submission.
10. The following is a six-month estimate of pending promotions. It is
based on currently available PY21 information from the applicable
selection board ALCGPSC and is subject to change.
       APR       MAY       JUN       JUL       AUG       SEP
ADPL   0         16-17     18-21     22-55     56-60     61-69
IDPL   0         0         0         4-11      0         0
ADPL   50-53     55-59     60-69     70-164    165-176   177-196
IDPL   26-28     0         0         29-41     42-51     52-56
ADPL   45-52     53-62     63-87     8-222     223-235   236-263 
IDPL   0         0         0         17-37     38-39     40-41
11. LT promotions normally occur 30 months from the LTJG date of rank.
LTJG promotions normally occur 18 months from the ENS date of rank. IAW
14 USC 3747, all IDPL officers will be promoted on the same date as
their running mate. Law limits the number of LCDR and above promotions,
and the number is authorized each year by Commandant. Each controlled
grade can only comprise a certain percentage of the total officer
corps. Even if the Coast Guard has vacant billets in a controlled
grade, we can only promote officers until we reach our controlled grade
authorization cap.  The authorized number of officers in each
controlled grade is determined every year in May after the Academy
class graduates and the Coast Guard officer corps is at its largest.
Promotion numbers for controlled grades are significantly larger during
the summer months due to the higher number of officer separations
during these months.
12. POC for Reserve Officers is LCDR Erin Bennett, PSC (RPM-1) (202)
795-6517. POC for Regular Officers is LT Sara Pepin, PSC (OPM-1E) (202)
13. Released by: RDML S. N. Gilreath, Commander, CG Personnel Service
Center. The Service Center for Our Most Important Resource – Our
14. Internet release is authorized.