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Regular Navy and Naval Reserve. To qualify for the   program,   they   must   have   demonstrated outstanding  performance  in  the  technical  fields indicated by their enlisted ratings. They must be on  active  duty  to  be  considered  by  the  selection board  and,  if  selected,  remain  on  active  duty until their appointments are tendered. Selectees normally  receive  6  or  8  weeks  of  training  at an  officer  indoctrination  school,  followed  by technical training as appropriate. (Supply Corps personnel,  however,  receive  6  months  of  training.) The  appointment  of  each  chief  and  senior chief  petty  officer  will  be  to  the  grade  of  chief warrant   officer,   CWO-2.   Master   chief   petty officers  could  also  be  appointed  to  CWO-2  but may   be   recommended   for   appointment   for CWO-3 if they fulfill the following requirements: 1. 2. Must  have  performed  duties  equating  to those  of  a  chief  warrant  officer,  CWO-2, for a minimum of 2 years during their 20th to  24th  years  of  service. Must  have  performed  such  duties  in  the warrant   technical   specialty   for   which application  is  made. LIMITED  DUTY  OFFICER (LDO)  PROGRAM The LDO Program is somewhat like the CWO Program  in  that  it  permits  officers  to  continue working  in  the  broad  technical  fields  associated with  their  rating.  Inputs  are  limited  to  selected chief warrant officers and senior enlisted person- nel.  Each  selected  commissioned  warrant  appli- cant  will  be  appointed  to  the  temporary  grade of  lieutenant  (junior  grade).  Selected  enlisted applicants  will  be  appointed  to  the  temporary grade  of  ensign. ENLISTED  COMMISSIONING PROGRAM  (ECP) The Enlisted Commissioning Program (ECP) provides  enlisted  personnel  with  an  associate degree  the  opportunity  to  earn  a  baccalaureate degree and a commission as an unrestricted line officer.  Candidates  are  enrolled  full  time  at  an NROTC  host  university.  Upon  completion  of ECP,  the  candidate  attends  OCS. Eligibility requirements: 1.  Be  a  U.S.  citizen 2.  Be  serving  on  active  duty 3. Have time in service of between 4 and 11 years 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Be  at  least  22  years  of  age  but  not  have passed the 31st birthday Be physically qualified for appointment to the unrestricted line Have  no  record  of  conviction  by  court- martial  or  civil  court,  other  than  minor traffic   violations Meet high standards of personal conduct, character,  patriotism,  sense  of  duty,  and financial  responsibility Have  a  cumulative  grade-point  average (CPA) of not less than 2.3 on the 4.0 scale for  all  college-level  courses  completed Be   recommended   by   the   commanding officer While  undergoing  training  at  the  participating college/university under the ECP, the ECP officer candidate  will  receive  full  pay  and  allowances. However,  the  ECP  officer  candidate  will  be responsible for paying all educational expenses. Service  obligation: 1. 2. Six years of active enlisted service will be incurred  from  the  date  of  enrollment  in  the ECP. Four years of active commissioned service will  be  incurred  upon  commissioning. OFFICER’S RECORD An officer’s record is maintained for Regular Navy  and  Naval  Reserve  officers  at  the  Bureau of  Naval  Personnel  (BUPERS).  The  record is   intended   to   reflect   the   official   history of  the  officer’s  career  in  the  Navy.  It  is  the property of the government and not of the officer concerned.   This   official   record   contains   any document that bears or reflects on the character, performance,  professional  qualifications,  and fitness  of  the  officer.  This  record  shall  not  be  used as   a   depository   for   documents   of   a   personal nature  that  have  no  bearing  on  personnel functions.  The  record  is  reviewed  when  any change in status is contemplated, such as assign- ment   to   duty,   promotion,   court-martial,   or disciplinary action by the Chief of Naval Person- nel.  The  record  is  of  particular  importance  in selection   for   promotion. MICROFICHE All officer personnel records held in BUPERS have  been  converted  from  paper  to  microfiche files. As shown in figures 3-2 and 3-3, the officer’s 3-4

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