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What means does the Navy use to help new
Sailors set and achieve goals while in the
service?
The Navy uses the Goal Card Program to help
new Sailors set and achieve goals while in the
service.
List some of the areas covered in the Pocket Goal
Card.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Some areas covered by the Pocket Goal Card
include—
a. DEP goals
b. Navy core values
c. Recruit training goals
d. The Sailor’s Creed
e. Fleet goals
f. Personal priorities (including education)
g. There is also space for Sailors to write
List the permanent board members on the
Professional Development Board.
a.
b.
c.
d.
The permanent board members of the
Professional Development Board include the—
a. Command Master Chief
b. Command Career Counselor
c. Personnel Officer
d. Educational Service Officer
What is the purpose of the Professional
Development Board?
The Professional Development Board
interviews Sailors who want advancement
training or who want to attend special
programs.
The lowest three paygrades are referred to as—
The three lowest grades are known as
apprenticeships.
What are the two categories ratings divided into?
a.
b.
Ratings are divided into—
a. General
b. Service
What is a designated striker?
A designated striker is a person in paygrades
E-1, E-2, or E-3 who has been designated as
technically qualified for a particular rating.
What manual contains a list of Navy standards
(NAVSTDs) and occupational standards
(OCCSTDs)?
The Manpower and Personnel Classifications
and Occupational Standard,NAVPERS 18068,
contains a list of NAVSTDs and OCCSTDs.
What’s the difference between a NAVSTD and
an OCCSTD?
A NAVSTD is a military requirement that
deals with all enlisted personnel, while an
OCCSTD is an occupational requirement that
is rate specific.
What three requirements do you need to meet to
be eligible to advance from E-2 to E-3?
The three requirements you need to meet to be
advanced to E-3 are—
a. Time in rate
b. The CO’s recommendation
c. Complete Basic Military Requirements,
NAVEDTRA 12018
List the eligibility requirements to advance to
Petty Officer.
a.
b.
c.
d.
To be advanced to petty officer, you must meet
the following requirements:
a. Time in rate
B. Demonstrate knowledge of material in
your TRAMAN
C. CO’s recommendation
The final multiple score of a rating examis based
on what three things?
The final multiple score of an advancement
exam is based on—
a. Merit rating
b. Personnel testing
c. Experience
List the three types of duty.
The three types of duty are—
a. Sea
b. Shore
c. Neutral
Overseas shore duty Code 3 is classified as what
type of duty?
Overseas shore duty Code 3 is classified as sea
duty for rotational purposes.
What form do you submit to your detailer to let
him/her know what duty station you want?
Tolet your detailer know what duty station you
want, you should submit Enlisted Duty
Preference Form, NAVPERS 1306/63.
List the kind of information found on the
Enlisted Duty Preference Form.
a.
b.
c.
d.
a. Where you want to go
b. What type of duty you prefer
c. Career intentions
d. Family status
What is the purpose of the Evaluation Report and
Counseling Record?
The Evaluation Report and Counseling Record is
used to record your qualifications, conduct,
performance, and eligibility for
advancement.
What is the numerical grading scale used on the
Evaluation Report and Counseling Record?
The numerical grading scale used on the
Evaluation Report and Counseling Record is similar to the A, B, C, D, F scale used in most
high schools. The following scale shows the
grading scale used on the Evaluation Report and
Counseling Record: a. 5.0—greatly exceeds standards
b. 4.0—above standards
c. 3.0—meets standards
d. 2.0—progressing
e. 1.0—below standards
List the evaluation traits that are found on the
Evaluation Report and Counseling Record.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
The evaluation traits that are found on the
Evaluation Report and Counseling Record
include—
a. Professional knowledge
b. Quality of work
c. Equal opportunity
d. Military bearing and character
e. Personal job accomplishment and
initiative
f. Teamwork
g. Leadership
Once your Evaluation Report is signed, where is
it sent and who gets a copy?
After you sign your Evaluation Report, it is sent
to BUPERS and copies go to the field service
record, reporting activity, and to you, the
service member.
Your service record contains several pages. What
form is page 1 of your service record?
Page 1 of your service record contains your
enlisted contract.
Your evaluations are kept in what part of your
service record?
Your evaluations are kept in the left-hand side of
your service record, underneath the
separator.
The Dependency Application/Record of
Emergency Data form is what page of your
service record?
Record of Emergency Data form is Page 2 of
your service record.
How often should you update your Page 2?
You should update Page 2 anytime you or your
family member has a change of address or
change in status.
What type of information is recorded on your
Page 4?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
Page 4 contains the following information:
a. NECs; designators, assigned, changed, or
revoked
b. Navy schools attended
c. Navy training courses completed
d. Personal qualifications; technical
qualifications
e. GED and off-duty courses completed
f. Decoration and awards
What type of documents would require the CO’s
personal signature?
Documents that require the CO’s personal
signature include documents dealing with law
or aspects of military justice and documents
that by law are required to have the CO’s
signature, such as ships’ deck log.
Where can you find a list of command personnel
that has signature authority to sign command
correspondence?
You can find a list of command personnel that
has signature authority to sign command
correspondence in your unit’s organizational
manual or instruction.
What does 3-M stand for?
3-M stands for the Maintenance and Material
Management Systems.
What are the objectives of the 3-M system?
a.
b.
c.
d.
The objectives of the 3-M system include—
a. Maintain equipment at maximum
operating efficiency
b. Reduce equipment downtime
c. Reduce cost of maintenance in both money
and man-hours
d. Provide data directly related to
maintenance
What are the three sections that PQS is divided
into?
PQS is divided into three sections that include—
a. Fundamentals
b. Systems
c. Watch stations
To find a list of Navy TRAMANs, you would
refer to the ______________________ on the
web at________________________________.
To find a list of Navy TRAMANs, you would
refer to the Catalog of Nonresident Training
Courses on the web at http://www.cnet.navy.
mil/netpdtc/nac/neas.htm.
What type of training are you receiving when
you’re learning a skill while working?
When you’re learning a skill while working, you
are receiving on-the-job (OJT) training.
What type of training is recruit training?
Recruit training is General Military Training
(GMT) and a class “R” school.
List the different classifications ofNavy schools.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
Different Navy schools include—
a. Class “R”
b. Class “A”
c. Class “C”
d. Class “F”
e. Class “P”
f. Class “V”
What program does the Navy offer to help
Sailors earn a high school diploma or improve
their skills and military performance?
The Basic Skills Program offers Sailors a
chance to earn a high school diploma or improve
their skills and military performance
What financial program does the Navy have to
help Sailors with their off-duty education?
The Tuition Assistance Program is the Navy’s
financial program that helps Sailors with their
off-duty education.
What type of services does DANTES provide?
DANTES offers examinations and
certification programs, operates an
independent study support system, and
provides other support and development
activities.
The Secretary of the Navy can appoint a specific
number of enlisted personnel to the Naval
Academy. What number of (a) Regular Navy or
Regular Marine Corps and (b) Naval or Marine
Corps Reserve (active or inactive) can be
appointed?
The Secretary of the Navy can appoint the
following enlisted personnel to the Naval
Academy:
a. 85 RegularNavy or Regular MarineCorps
b. 85 Naval or Marine Corps Reserve (active
or inactive)
What is the maximum time allowed to attend
college in the NROTC program?
The maximum time allowed to attend college
on the NROTC program is 40 months.
Who was the BOOST program intended for?
The BOOST program was intended for Sailors
who meet all the requirements for the Naval
Academy or NROTC program except for
academics and people who have been
educationally deprived.
What is the major requirement to be eligible for
the Enlisted Commissioning Program?
The major requirement to be eligible for the
Enlisted Commissioning Program is the
candidate must be able to complete a
baccalaureate degree within 2 years.
In what two programs can senior enlisted
personnel obtain a commission without a
requirement for a college degree?
The two programs that can lead to an enlisted
member being commissioned are—
a. Chief Warrant Officer
b. Limited Duty Officer
List the five types of discharges theNavy gives.
The five types of discharge are—
a. Honorable
b. General
c. Other than Honorable
d. Bad Conduct
e. Dishonorable
When getting out of the Navy with less than 8
years of service, you are _________ from naval
service instead of discharged.
When getting out of the Navy with less than 8
years of service, you are separated from naval
service instead of discharged.
List some advantages of having an honorable
discharge from the Navy.
Some advantages of having an honorable
discharge from the Navy include—
a. Entitlements to various veterans’ benefits
and rights
b. Job preferences
c. Entry into a school or college