MyNavy Assignment (MNA) is designed and used by Sailors, Command Career Counselors, and command personnel. The Web-based system allows Sailors to view available jobs and make their own applications or make applications through their Command Career Counselor. Sailors can view MNA through a secure website located at https://mynavyassignment.navy.mil.
All users who require roles, with elevated privileges, other than the Sailor role, are required to submit an OPNAV 5239/14 (SAAR-N) and NAVPERS 1330/3 (DSR).
Instructions can be found here.
Personnel requesting Type Commander (TYCOM) access, please provide TGC range in block 11.
Refer to the links on the right to get your TGC codes.
Submit requests to MyNavy_Assign.FCT@navy.mil.
FOR ASSISTANCE CONTACT
For MNA account access requests or account issues/questions:
NPC MNA Customer Support: 901-874-4157
NPC MNA Customer Support: 901-874-2199
NPC Pers-4 Customer Support: 901-874-3249
If your account is disabled and you have any roles that required you to submit an OPNAV 5239/14 (SAAR-N) and NAVPERS 1330/3 (DSR), call the numbers above. Your account and roles must be validated before the account can be enabled.
For Sailor only accounts that have been disabled due to inactivity: Active Component (AC), Reserve Component (RC), and Full Time Support (FTS), users may use the self-enablement feature within MNA or call: Enterprise Service Desk (ESD) Customer Support: 1-800-537-4617, or email: MyNavyassign_ISC@navy.mil
MYNAVY ASSIGNMENT CHANGES
Review articles under MNA NEW RELEASE Group on the right to see new changes associated with MyNavy Assignment.
OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS (OSA) INFORMATION
"Accelerate your career, strengthen your financial future, and maintain your home life stability," by selecting an Overseas Contingency Operations Support Assignment (OSA) today! When you volunteer for an OSA position, you are in control of your future and can determine its course, speed, and direction. OSA puts you in a temporary duty status reporting to nontraditional naval assignments that range in length from 7-12 months in locations such as Afghanistan, Kuwait/Qatar, Horn of Africa, and many others. NAVADMIN 334/10 outlines the business rules associated with OSA and should be read in its entirety. To learn more about OSA please contact your Command Career Counselor, Rating Detailer, or the Navy Personnel Command OSA assignment detailing cell. Read more at the link below:
Overseas Contingency Operations (OSA) Information