united states coast guard

ALCGPSC 043/23
A. Officer Accessions, Evaluations, and Promotions, 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)
D. Coast Guard Officer Evaluation System Procedures Manual,
PSCINST M1611.1D, Chapter 8.C.4
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 Para 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 rank.
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 their commission. 
5. The following promotion is authorized:
NAME                         LIST    DOR       UNIT
To Lieutenant:
Cato, Mariah D.              ADPL 29-Apr-23    OL-CGCC-36 TMB-ALX
Gonzalez, Jacobo             ADPL 29-Apr-23    C5ISC AFLOAT PLATFORM
Graff, Benjamin M.           ADPL 29-Apr-23    LOYOLA UNIVERSITY
Ogg, Devin J.                ADPL 29-Apr-23    BASE HONO ESD OPS DIV
Yates, Jacob W.              ADPL 29-Apr-23    BASE NOLA ESD OPS DIV
McDonald, Allen J.           ADPL 29-Apr-23    ASSET LINE MGMT SECTION
Gribble, Matthew B.          ADPL 29-Apr-23    D7 INTELLIGENCE BRANCH
Bagnal, Holden B.            ADPL 29-Apr-23    LDC OFF ACC & TRANSITION
Crisci, Daniel A.            ADPL 29-Apr-23    TACLET PACAREA LEDET 107
Espinoza, Phillip T.         ADPL 29-Apr-23    TRANS FLIGHT-CNATT
Cooper, Todd J.              ADPL 29-Apr-23    ACTIVITIES FAR EAST
White, Christopher J.        ADPL 29-Apr-23    TRACEN YKTWN INTL
To Chief Warrant Officer 3:
White, Glenn H.              IDPL 1-Apr-23     SEC OHIO VAL ENFORCEMENT
Pierce, Terri                IDPL 1-Apr-23     PSC RPM-3
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 promotion.
7. As a reminder, please ensure your mailing address is accurate in 
Direct Access. If you are transferring in the near future, please 
contact CWO Alex Acevedo at and provide 
your new mailing address to ensure you receive your promotion certificate.
8. 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 D for details. Promotion OERs are required for promotion 
to the grade of captain only if more than 184 days have elapsed since their 
previous OER submission.
9. In accordance with Ref D, biennial, annual, and semiannual OER
submissions shall not be delayed and substituted with promotion 
OERs. This means OERs delayed for PCS/Detachment may not be 
substituted with promotion OERs.
10. The following is an estimate of pending promotions. It is based 
on currently available PY22 information from the applicable selection 
board ALCGPSC and is subject to change.
        APR       MAY      JUN
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 the 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
authorized 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 CDR Jesse Webster, PSC (RPM-1) 
(202)795-6525. POC for Regular Officers is LT Michele Natale, PSC 
13. Released: RDML D. C. Barata, Commander, Personnel Service 
Center, sends. 
14. Internet release is authorized.