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CDR Detailer

From The Head Detailer
***CY25 CDR Billet List*** Click here to view. ​​​

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Contact Us     

Phone:  901-874-4607; 901-874-4608 (DSN:  882)
LCDR Matt Wall:


Greetings from Millington, TN!  Regardless of your Planned Rotation Date (PRD), you should start planning now for your next assignment and although you are familiar with the detailing process, at this point in your career, there are several guiding factors.


Generally, most Commanders will have two duty assignments before screening for Captain.  As such, it is important to assess your future desires and pursue those jobs that are consistent with your goals ... be transparent and honest with yourself and with me about your goals, to include assignment priorities, retirement, etc.  Ensure you consider and discuss with your family the disciplined detailing precepts as articulated during the OP Road Shows - Mobility, Deployability, and Serve-to-PRD.  These are presumptions and expectations which need to be part of your next-tour decision making process. 

If your goal is to promote to Captain, then request an assignment that improves your promotion potential by building on your previous assignments and acquired skill-sets.  Future value to the Navy is a major factor in selection to Captain.  Commander operational and command tours, demanding and visible jobs, and recognition as an expert in your field enhance your competitiveness for Captain.  Sustained superior performance in a mixture of operational assignments, direct Fleet support and policy tours, and overseas and joint duty tours--throughout your career--will enhance your board competitiveness.

With 12% of Supply Corps 3100 billets located overseas, it is reasonable to assume Supply Corps Officers will have at least one overseas tour during a career.  Although overseas tours may, at times, present challenges with respect to cultural differences, school age children, and spouse employment, these tours are most often professionally and personally rewarding.

In general, the chronological order of detailing cycle priorities are (1) O-5 Operational/Command Ashore Slate; (2) Overseas/Joint; (3) Specialty skill-sets; and (4) CONUS.  My commitment to you is to maintain open lines of communication with you, so you know how your detail is proceeding.  GSAs, when there is a requirement, will always remain the top priority.

Of note: 
Effective communication is critical to the detailing process.  PLEASE PROVIDE YOUR CURRENT E-MAIL (WORK AND ALTERNATE) AND DAYTIME TELEPHONE NUMBER to the O5 detailing team via email.  If you are in the process of transitioning to your next command, please include the contact email/phone number for the new command.

As always, please keep us informed so we can better serve you. 
Please feel free to call or e-mail if you have any questions.  Our front office number is (901) 874-4611, DSN prefix 882.  I look forward to working with you to achieve the best possible detail.

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