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NAVY - OPNAV 1210.5B

(N13) LATERAL TRANSFER AND REDESIGNATION OF ACTIVE COMPONENT OFFICERS IN THE NAVY

active, Most Current
Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 17 January 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 8
scope:

Purpose

a. To provide flexibility in manning officer communities, under references (a) through (c), and prescribe regulations governing the lateral transfer and redesignation of Active Component (AC) officers between various designators in the unrestricted line, restricted line, and staff corps.

b. Major revisions to this instruction include clarification of eligibility requirements, offramp without board action eligibility for supply corps limited duty officers (LDO), and updated board convening authority. This instruction is a complete revision and should be reviewed in its entirety.

Document History

OPNAV 1210.5B
January 17, 2019
(N13) LATERAL TRANSFER AND REDESIGNATION OF ACTIVE COMPONENT OFFICERS IN THE NAVY
Purpose a. To provide flexibility in manning officer communities, under references (a) through (c), and prescribe regulations governing the lateral transfer and redesignation of Active Component...
December 6, 2016
(N13) LATERAL TRANSFER AND REDESIGNATION OF OFFICERS IN THE NAVY
Purpose. To provide flexibility in the manning of officer communities, under references (a) through (e), and prescribe regulations governing the lateral transfer and redesignation of active duty...
December 24, 2005
(N132) LATERAL TRANSFER/REDESIGNATION AND AUGMENTATION OF OFFICERS IN THE NAVY (CANCELLING SECNAV 1210.5)
Purpose. To provide flexibility in the manning of officer communities per references (a) through (c) and prescribe regulations governing: a. Lateral transfer/redesignation of Regular and Reserve...

References

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