OPNAV Instruction 1520.40B
Chief of Naval Operations
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To issue information, policy, and procedural guidance for the management of permanent military professors (PMP) and junior permanent military professors (JPMP) at the United States Naval Academy (USNA), Naval Postgraduate School (NAVPGSCOL), and Naval War College (NAVWARCOL).
This instruction addresses the PMP and JPMP components. The PMP program was created in 1997 to establish a cadre of career naval officers in the grades of captain and commander, with both doctoral degrees and extensive operational experience, who would instruct at one of the Navy's education institutionsuntil statutory retirement. 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. Per reference (a), PMPs transitioned to their own competitive category (1230 designator) on 30 September 2009. PMP officers at the USNA, NAVPGSCOL, and NAVWARCOL, as well as all PMP students, are included as members of the competitive category.
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