This week’s General Messages Weekly Round-up highlights the November 2016 Servicewide Exam Cutoffs and several award solicitations. Read the full post to find out more!
This week’s General Messages Weekly Round-up highlights several different policy promulgations and updates, as well as unique enlisted assignment solicitations. Read the full post to find out more!
Thinking about your resolutions for 2017? Make it simple! Sign up for emails from All Hands when there is new information published that will impact your career, and follow us on our social media platforms! These resolutions are sure to help stay on top of the most up-to-date information!
Planning out your 2017 calendar? Well make sure to include the Pay and Personnel Center’s monthly virtual training held on the third Tuesday every month. This is open to all customers and is a just an hour session, but will cover a multitude of topics relating to Human Resources and Payroll needs. Get the latest information, learn best practices, and ask your questions! Read the full post to view all of the 2017 dates!
This week’s General Messages Weekly Round-up announces solicitations for Chief Financial Officer (CFO) awards, updates to the reserve policy manual, and the promulgation of the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTP). Read the full post to find out more!
Make your voice heard! The Assignment Priority Survey has been sent to all enlisted E-4 to E-9 via email. Assignment Priorities haven’t been changed in 18 years. It is imperative that you provide your feedback to help this effort! The Assignment Priority survey is only 12 questions and can be completed in 5-10 minutes. It is due by Dec. 31, 2016. Search your inbox for this important email, which may be critical to your career!
This week’s General Messages Weekly Round-up highlights information about the foul weather parka, solicitations for public affairs and engineering award recipients, mandatory completely of the reserve mobilization learning management course, and the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference. Read the full post to find out more!
Today, we remember the attack on Pearl Harbor that took the lives of more than 2,000 Americans on Dec. 7, 1941. The Coast Guard immediately offered helping hands and provided support as accustomed and trained to do. Today we use those same principles during times of crisis, and we remain a steady and vigilant organization on which others can depend. Here are just a few examples of how our service reacted that fateful day. These stories remind us that our past has shaped our service.
While many of you will be participating in traditional holiday activities, others will continue to carry out Coast Guard missions. Whether you are on leave, traveling, or standing the watch, I urge you to be safe during the holidays. The holiday season is an excellent time to consider conducting unit safety stand-downs. Let’s take a pause and remind ourselves of the hazards associated with an often hectic and rushed period in our lives. Read the full post to learn more about preventing mishaps, managing risk, and properly preparing for your travels.
Coast Guard renames Food Service Specialist rating to Culinary Specialist Blog post by CSCM Justin Reed, Culinary Specialist Rating Force Master Chief The Coast Guard last examined the identity of its culinary rating nearly two decades ago, when it changed […]