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All   of   these   benefits   together   could   cost   you several   thousand   dollars   annually,   depending   upon your location, family relationships, and position in the civilian   community.   You   will   receive   an   annual personal statement of military compensation to assist you in your financial planning. For  the  specific  monthly  pay  for  your  rank  or grade, see your local Navy recruiter. FLIGHT AND SUBMARINE TRAINING Article 6610360 of the  Naval Military Personnel Manual   (MILPERSMAN)   outlines   the   necessary qualifications and requirements for officers interested in flight training. Article 6610320 of the  MILPERSMAN  sets forth the   necessary   qualifications   and   requirements   for officers interested in submarine training. TRANSFER TO THE REGULAR NAVY Navy   Reserve   officers   and   Regular   Navy temporary officers may transfer to the Regular Navy. The   primary   objective   of   this   program   is   to   meet deficiencies in the numbers of Regular Navy officers in   the   various   staff   corps   and   line   communities. Regular   permanent   appointments   are   made   to   the active-duty list of the Navy in both the line and staff corps as appropriate. The  Secretary  of  the  Navy  convenes  a  selection board twice a year, normally in April and October, to consider  the  records  of  those  officers  applying  for transfer   to   the   Regular   Navy.   As   with   other competitive selections in your career, performance is critical  to  selection.  Refer  to  MILPERSMAN,  article 1020120,  for  details  on  application,  processing,  and appointment procedures. If  you  request  transfer  to  the  Regular  Navy  in conjunction   with   a   request   for   a   lateral   transfer between  restricted  line,  unrestricted  line,  and  staff, follow   the   procedures   in   MILPERSMAN,   article 1020120. Refer to MILPERSMAN, article 1020150, to request lateral transfer without augmentation. Reserve   officers   are   eligible   for   permanent appointment   in   the   Regular   Navy   after   they   have completed 3 years on active duty (while serving under a 4-year obligation). Those who serve under a 2-year agreement are eligible to transfer to the Regular Navy after 1 year of active commissioned service. 1-6

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