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The advancement manual provides the basis for reductions in rate under this Uniform Code Of Military Conduct (UCMJ) article.
What is UCMJ Article 15 (non-judicial punishment, a.k.a NJP)?
The advancement manual provides the basis for reductions in rate under this MILPERSMAN article.
What is MILPERSMAN 1450-010 (Reduction In Rate)?
These two types of designated officials have the authority to advance members to E2 through E6.
What are Commanding Officers (COs) and Officers In Charge (OICs)?
This entity is the sole authority for advancement to E7 through E9.
What is the Chief Of Navy Personnel (CHNAVPERS)?
For a CO/OIC to advance a member to E2 through E6, they must meet all the eligibility requirements of this system.
What is the Navy Enlisted Advancement System (NEAS)?
For an active duty unit to be considered "commissioned" or "established" it must be listed here.
Where is the Standard Navy Distribution List (SNDL)?
For a reserve duty unit to be considered "commissioned" or "established" it must have a CNO-approved document of this type.
What is a Reserve Unit Assignment Document (RUAD)?
These are issued to supplement the policies of the advancement manual.
What are Naval Administrative Messages (NAVADMINs)?
An inactive reservist may be advanced under this manual if they have this regular obligation.
What is a drilling requirement?
Breaks from active duty of this number of days or less constitute "continuous active duty."
What is 30?
These full time support reservists participate in the active duty examinations under this manual.
Who are Training and Administrative of Reserves (TARs)?
Fleet Reservists and retired enlisted personnel are only eligible for advancement under this manual in this scenario.
What is when recalled to active duty?
A Canvasser Recruiter (CANREC) must be recalled for this period or more to be eligible for participation in the active duty examinations under this manual.
What is one year?
Commissioned officers are eligible for advancement under this manual when their permanent status is this.
What is enlisted?
Inactive reservists recalled for Active Duty for Special Work (ADSW) participate in this type of advancement examination.
What is an inactive reserve exam?
Inactive reservists recalled for 1-Year Recall (OYR) participate in this type of advancement examination.
What is an inactive reserve exam?
Inactive reservists recalled to active duty may participate in the inactive reserve exams, regardless of time on active duty, if they are recalled under this authority.
What is Presidential Recall Authority?
Inactive reservists on Annual Training (AT) or Initial Active Duty for Training (IADT) participate in this type of advancement examination.
What is an inactive reserve exam?
Training and Administrative Reserves (TARs) participate in this type of advancement examination.
What is an active duty exam?
Fleet Reservists and retired enlisted personnel recalled to active duty participate in this type of advancement examination.
What is an active duty exam?
Temporarily commissioned Limited Duty Officers (LDOs) whose permanent status is enlisted participate in this type of advancement examination.
What is an active duty exam?
Canvasser Recruiter (CANREC) personnel recalled for greater than a year participate in this type of advancment examination.
What is an active duty exam?
Naval Reserve personnel on general assignment active duty participate in this type of advancement examination.
What is an active duty exam?
Performance evaluations are not required for advancement to these two paygrades.
What are E2 and E3?
Advancements to E2 and E3 are generally affected without local action when members meet this minimum requirement.
What is time-in-rate (TIR)?
This is the maximum final multiple score (FMS) for the E4 and E5 exams.
What is 210?
This is the maximum final multiple score (FMS) for the E6 exam.
What is 240?
This is the maximum final multiple score (FMS) for the E7 exam.
What is 132?
This is the maximum standard score (SS) for paygrades E4 through E7.
What is 80?
This is the maximum performance mark averge (PMA) for paygrades E4 through E7.
What is 4.0?
This is the formula to compute performance points for the E4 and E5 exams.
What is PMA x 80 - 230?
This is the formula to compute performance points for the E6 exam.
What is PMA x 80 - 204?
This is the formula to compute performance points for the E7 exam.
What is PMA x 13?
This is the maximum performance points for the E4 and E5 exams.
What is 90?
This is the maximum performance points for the E6 exam.
What is 116?
This is the maximum performance points for the E7 exam.
What is 52?
Each reduction in PMA by a tenth of a point results in this many fewer performance points for the E4 through E6 exams.
What is 8?
Each reduction in PMA by a tenth of a point results in this many fewer performance points for the E7 exam.
What is 1.3?
Sustained Superior Performance (SSP) is calculated versus a maximum of this many previous exam cycles.
What is 5?
Your total cumulative PNA points are also known by this name.
What is Sustained Superior Performance (SSP)?
Multiplying your PNA points by two gives you this maximum number of points per cycle for the E4 through E6 exams.
What is 30?
This is the maximum number of Sustained Superior Performance (SSP a.k.a. PNA) points for the E4 through E6 exams.
What is 15?
Terminal Eligibility Date (TED) minus Time In Rate (TIR) equals this figure.
What is Service In Paygrade (SIPG)?
This is the maximum length of Service In Paygrade (SIPG) that is creditable for the E4 through E6 exams.
What is 7 years and 6 months (90 months)?
Each month of Service In Paygrade (SIPG) is calculated as being worth this fraction of a SIPG point.
What is 1/12th?
Service In Paygrade (SIPG) plus 7.5 equals this maximum number of points for the E4 and E5 exams.
What is 15?
Service In Paygrade (SIPG) plus 9.5 equals this maximum number of points for the E6 exam.
What is 17?
The total of the Service In Paygrade (SIPG) computation is also known as this.
What is Career Rating Experience (CRE)?
This is the maximum number of award points allowed for the E4 and E5 exams.
What is 10?
This is the maximum number of award points allowed for the E6 exam.
What is 12?
Candidates for this paygrade must compete in the Navy-wide exam to be considered Selection Board Eligible (SBE).
What is E7?
Candidates for E8 and E9 are considered Selection Board Eligible (SBE) by this entity's recommendation.
What is the CO/OIC?
Special enlisted election boards convene approximately this number of months after the previous board convenes.
What is 9?
This instruction guides the Special Enlisted Selection Boards.
What is BUPERSINST 1401.2?
The Enlisted to Officer Commissioning Programs Application Administrative Manual is known by this instruction number.
What is OPNAVINST 1420.1A?
The Limited Duty Officer and Chief Warrant Officer Professional Guidebook is known by this instruction number.
What is NAVPERS 15627?
E6 personnel must pass the E7 exam to qualify for this officer commissioning program.
What is Limited Duty Officer (LDO)?
This instruction guides the Command Advancement Program (CAP).
What is BUPERSINST 1430.17E?
This instruction guides the Accelerated Advancement Program (AAP).
What is MILPERSMAN 1430-010?
This instruction guides the Selective Conversion and Reenlistment Program (SCORE).
What is MILPERSMAN 1160-090?
This instruction guides the Selective Training and Reenlistment Program (STAR).
What is MILPERSMAN 1160-100?
This instruction guides changes in rate/rating.
What is MILPERSMAN 1440-010?
This instruction guides the COMNAVCRUITCOM Enlisted Recruiter of the Year (EROY) program.
What is OPNAVINST 1700.11?
This instruction guides the COMNAVRESFOR Enlisted Reserve Recruiter of the Year (ERROY) program.
What is OPNAVINST 1700.11?
This instruction guides the meritorious advancement of recruiting personnel.
What is OPNAVINST 1430.4?
Atlantic, Pacific, Shore, and Reserve Sailors of the Year (SOY) are generally advanced after having this minimum Time In Rate (TIR).
What is one year?
NEAS administrators are to examine this minimum amount of records during audits.
What is 10%?
This instruction guides the Advanced Electronics Field/Advanced Technical Field (AEF/ATF) program.
What is MILPERSMAN 1510-030?