***UPDATED 20 Jan 2021***
PERMANENT MILITARY PROFESSOR (PMP) COMMUNITY HISTORY
The Permanent Military Professor (PMP) program was created in 1997 to establish a cadre of career naval officers with both doctoral degrees and extensive operational experience who would instruct at one of the Navy's education institutions until statutory retirement or until released from active duty. The program would specifically alleviate military instructor shortfalls at USNA, improve the educational background of military instructors and senior role models, strengthen military instructor presence at the Navy's education institutions, and provide viable opportunities for naval officers with doctoral degrees. On 30 September 2009, the PMP program separated from the Human Resources Community (1200), becoming the PMP community with the 1230 designator and its own competitive promotion category. FY-11 was the first promotion cycle in which PMPs competed in their own competitive category.
FY22 PERMANENT MILITARY PROFESSOR (PMP) SELECTION BOARD INFORMATION
Due date for PMP applications submission to PERS-443: 01 Jun 2021
Due date for PhD applications to NPS: 10 May 2021
Applications for the FY22 PMP Selection Board are due to Out-service Graduate Education and Special Fellowships (PERS-443) no later than 01 Jun 2021 and PhD applications to NPS no later than 10 May 2021. Please view this link (FY22 PMP Board Information) to view additional information for the FY22 PMP Selection Board.
USNA POC: (410) 293-6111
NPS POC: (831) 656-2877
NWC POC: (401) 841-6423
PMP Community Manager: (901) 874-4049
PMP Asst Community Manager: (901) 874-3102
PERS-443 Graduate Education Officer: (901) 874-3996
PMP Detailer: (901) 874-4054