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There are 3 types of reports submitted for evaluations?
(Regular reports) are submitted periodically per the schedule.
(Concurrent reports) provide a record of significant performance in additional duty or temporary addiditonal duty status
(Operational Commander reports) are optional
What are the Administrative Blocks?
blocks 1-19, 21-27, 44 (FITREP) and 48 (EVAL) these identify the report, and define the context.
What should go in the comment block?
Comments should be based on verifiable facts. Numerical rankings among peers is authorized.
Can there be a change or Supplement on a report after it is submitted?
Yes, the reporting senior can, for good cause, submit an administrative change or evaluative supplement within 2 years from the ending date of report.
How long must reports be retained?
The reporting senior must retain copies of FITREPS on all officers and chief petty officers for at least 5 years. The command must retain enlisted FITREPS and Evals for 2 years.
There are 3 types of reports submitted for evaluations?
(Regular reports) are submitted periodically per the schedule.
(Concurrent reports) provide a record of significant performance in additional duty or temporary addiditonal duty status
(Operational Commander reports) are optional
What are the Administrative Blocks?
blocks 1-19, 21-27, 44 (FITREP) and 48 (EVAL) these identify the report, and define the context.
What should go in the comment block?
Comments should be based on verifiable facts. Numerical rankings among peers is authorized.
Can there be a change or Supplement on a report after it is submitted?
Yes, the reporting senior can, for good cause, submit an administrative change or evaluative supplement within 2 years from the ending date of report.
How long must reports be retained?
The reporting senior must retain copies of FITREPS on all officers and chief petty officers for at least 5 years. The command must retain enlisted FITREPS and Evals for 2 years.
What does the acronym C.A.P stand for?
Command Advancement Program
What paygrades are eligible for the CAP Program?
eligible E-3,E-4, and E-5 to the next higher paygrade.
What are the requirements to be eligible?
Active duty must be permanently or temporarily assigned(minimum of 30 consecutive days)to a command designated as a sea duty.
Meet all Advacement requirements
Meet health and physical readiness
total Enlisted Billets Authorized to cap
100 or less
E-6 = 1
E-5 = 1
E-4 = 0
total Enlisted Billets
Authorized to cap
101- 1,000
E-6 = 1
E-5 = 2
E-4 = 0
total Enlisted Billets
Authorized to cap
1,001 to 2,000
E-6 = 2
E-5 = 4
E-4 = 0
total Enlisted Billets Authorized to cap
over 2,000
E-6 = 2
E-5 = 6
E-4 = 0
What instruction is the Command Advancement Program under?
BUPERSINST 1430.17F
What is Lifelines?
Basically this is a military resource center brought to you for personal developement and Naval Personal development.
Articles, News/Events, Videos/Training and Military Life.
What is the Naval Historical Center?
U.S Navy website that preserves the Legacies, and Inspires Sailors with Historical Information ( Online resources Publications, Research and collections, Fleet and Veterans.
What is the MILPERSMAN 1810-020?
Submission of Application for Voluntary Retirement from Active Duty(OFFICERS)
What is the MILPERSMAN 1810-010?
Voluntary Retirement of Enlisted Personnel
Name the Presidents who served in the U.S Navy?
John F. Kennedy (1961-1963)
Lyndon B. Johnson (1963-1969)
Richard M. Nixon (1969-1974)
Gerald R. Ford (1974-1977)
Jimmy Carter (1977-1981)
George Bush (1989-1993)