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1-4 First Subset (1st and 2nd characters) Second Subset (3rd and 4th characters) Suffix (5th character) (1)   <MU%-2>Unrestricted Line Requirements (a)   The Functional Field subspecialty codes, 20XX through 90XX, may be applied to URL officers and billets in the grade of LCDR to CAPT to indicate background experience in one of the functional fields.  These codes are assigned to officers as a result of subspecialty selection board action. (b)   URL subspecialty billet requirements below the grade of LCDR will be expressed by “00” entered in the first subset; that is, 00XX. (c)   Codes XX10 through XX9X are used to express the broad or discrete Education/Skill fields as they are acquired by officers or required in billets.  (See footnotes on Education/Skill field codes.) (d)   The alphabetic suffix states the level of the education/skill pertaining to the field stated in the second subset. (e)   The Proven Subspecialist codes “C” (Doctorate), “M” (Post Master’s), “Q” (Master’s), “F” (Functional Education), and “R” (Significant Experience) may be used to identify URL officers and requirements in the LCDR to CAPT grades.  A proven subspecialty code must always be accompanied by one of the specific Functional Field codes in the first subset. (2)   Restricted Line/Staff Corps Requirements (a)   The first subset will be coded 00XX except for those subspecialty fields considered unique to the Staff Corps, as listed below. (b)   Codes 0010 through 009X are used to express the broad or discrete Education/Skill fields. (c)   The alphabetic suffix states the level of education/skill pertaining to the unique Staff Corps subspecialty. The “Proven Subspecialist” codes do not apply. (3)   Unique Staff Corps Requirements (a)   The first subset of these subspecialty codes denotes a unique Staff Corps field as follows: 11XX — CEC 12XX — JAG 13XX — Supply 14XX — Chaplain 15XX/16XX  — Medical 17XX — Dental 18XX — Medical Service 19XX — Nurse (b)   Describes the education/skill field within each of the unique Staff Corps subspecialties; must always be expressed in conjunction with the unique Staff Corps field in the first subset. (c)   The alphabetic suffix states the level of education/skill pertaining to the unique Staff Corps subspecialty. The “Proven subspecialist” codes do not apply. Table 1-1.–Description of Subspecialty Codes

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