Ludwick Jr, Robert, YN1

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Current Service Status
USN Active
Current/Last Rank
Petty Officer First Class
Current/Last Primary NEC
YN-2505-Naval Intelligence Clerk
Current/Last Rating/NEC Group
Primary Unit
2008-2011, YN-2505, USS Mount Whitney (LCC-20)
Previously Held NEC
CT-0000-Cryptologic Technician
000X-Unknown Navy Officer Classification/ Designator
CT-9190-Special Security Assistant
Service Years
1991 - 2011
Five Hash Marks

 Official Badges 

Allied Command Atlantic Allied Joint Force Command South Joint Forces Command NSACSS Badge

US European Command US Pacific Command United States Africa Command ComSixthFleet

 Unofficial Badges 

Gold Star

 Additional Information
What are you doing now:
CNE-C6F N2 Admin Officer of 70 personnel.  Collateral Duties include Command Special Security Representative, Command First Leiutenant, Command NTS Administrator, Assistant Command Fitness Leader, and Directorate Local Element EKMS Clerk.

- Nominated and Elected as the Naples Area First Class Mess President.
- Drug Education For Youth (DEFY) Assistant Lead Project Counselor.
- Attending UMUC to earn an Associates in Business Management.
- Coaching Youth Sports:  Soccer, T-ball, and Softball.
Other Comments:

  CT-9190 Special Security Assistant Performs duties as assistant to the commanding officer on all matters pertaining to Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) security. Initiates and updates security clearance/access eligibility. Maintains Special Security Office (SSO) files. Prepares classified correspondence. Readies Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) material for electronic transmission and the Defense Courier Service (DEFCOS).

Provides for and maintains accreditation of SCI facilities. Exercises control and accountability of all SCI material at the command.  

Source Rating: YN                                              Course: See Note
Sequence Code: 3                                               Component NEC: 
Primary Advisor: SSO NAVY (ONI-52)                           Billet Paygrades: E4-E9
CIN: J-246-0984                                            Related NEC:
Technical Advisor: SSO NAVY (ONI-52)                                Personnel Paygrades: E4-E9
CDP: 741A                                            NR Ind: A
Open to Women: Yes                                             ECM: PERS 4011D8

  • NOTE: To be awarded this NEC, each candidate must complete: Defense Intelligence Agency's SCI Security Official's Course (virtual or resident) provided by the Joint Military Intelligence Training Center or the SSO/SSR Professional Training Course (virtual or resident) provided by SSO Navy (ONI-52).
  •  Additionally, the following NKO Navy E-Learning Courses are required:
    001SPO - Security Policy and Procedures;
    002AIO1 - AIS Security;
    002SCO1 - SCI Administration and
    002SSO1 - SSO Administration.

Upon completion of course requirements, the candidate must obtain Commanding Officer's recommendation based on a minimum of six months performing SSO/SSR duties. Following completion of  requirements, forward NAVPERS Form 1221 along with course completion certificates to EPMAC via SSO Navy (ONI-52).

As published by DFAS at, a member will be eligible to carry over 75 vice 60 days of leave into a new Fiscal Year.  However, please note that this new law is effective on 01 Oct 2008.  
         This new authorization applies to those individuals who are not already authorized to carry forward more than 60 days leave due to the eligibility criteria described in OPNAVINST 1050.3, par. 3 and 4.  We are expecting a MILPERSMAN Article Update and a PPIB Notice from Pers-35 in the near future.  We can also expect a MPA from DFAS... FYI -- MPAs and PPIBs are posted at, (Left side menu, PASS, MPAs and PPIBs.).  In addition, we are anticipating an up-date to OPNAVINST 1050.3... As soon as we receive any of these up-dates, we will get them to you.

Cool website to check out for CTs:

Easy step to study for any Exam or test!  Go to type in the pub or instruction that is on your bib and it will print off flashcards with answers.  Good Luck Studing!

  I make my first appearance in the Stars and Stripes:  Last two paragraphs on first page.

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 Enlisted/Officer Basic Training
  1991, Recruit Training (Orlando, FL), 1511
 Duty Stations
Naval Communications Training Center (Faculty Staff)/NTTC Corry Field, Pensacola, FL (Faculty Staff)US Pacific Command (USCINCPAC/USPACOM)Joint Intelligence Center Pacific (JICPAC)National Security Agency (NSA)
NSGA Fort MeadeNavy Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center (NMITC) (Faculty Staff)COMSECONDFLTUSS Mount Whitney (LCC-20)
US Joint Forces Command (JFCOM)/Joint Forces Intelligence Command (JFIC)Det ChesapeakeNIOD ChesapeakeCOMSIXTHFLT
USS Mount Whitney (LCC-20)
  1991-1992, CT-0000, Naval Communications Training Center (Faculty Staff)/NTTC Corry Field, Pensacola, FL (Faculty Staff)
  1992-1995, CT-0000, US Pacific Command (USCINCPAC/USPACOM)
  1993-1994, 000X, Joint Intelligence Center Pacific (JICPAC)/JICPAC Detachment
  1995-1998, CT-0000, National Security Agency (NSA)/NSA/CSS
  1995-1998, 000X, NSGA Fort Meade
  1998-1998, CT-9190, Navy Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center (NMITC) (Faculty Staff)
  1998-2001, CT-9190, COMSECONDFLT
  1998-2001, CT-9190, USS Mount Whitney (LCC-20)
  2001-2005, CT-9190, US Joint Forces Command (JFCOM)/Joint Forces Intelligence Command (JFIC)
  2005-2006, CT-9190, Det Chesapeake
  2006-2008, CT-9190, NIOD Chesapeake
  2008-2011, CT-9190, COMSIXTHFLT
  2008-2011, YN-2505, USS Mount Whitney (LCC-20)
 Reflections on Service
Please describe who or what influenced your decision to join the Navy?
Whether you were in the service for several years or as a career, please describe the direction or path you took. What was your reason for leaving?
If you participated in any military operations, including combat, humanitarian and peacekeeping operations, please describe those which were the most significant to you and, if life-changing, in what way.
 Colleges Attended 
University of Maryland University College
  2008-2011, University of Maryland University College
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