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considered  for  advancement.    If  they  exceed  those dates,  candidates  will  be  considered  voluntary  (not HYT  mandated)  and  ineligible  to  compete  for advancement.    For  detailed  information,  refer  to OPNAVINST 1160.5. CHANGE IN RATE OR RATING A  change  in  rating  is  a  lateral  change  in  an occupational skill without a change in paygrade.  An example is a change from Boatswain’s Mate second class to Religious Program Specialist second class. The Navy makes a change in rating possible for people who wish to get into an area in which they have the  greatest  aptitude  and  interest.    Naturally,  the Navy’s  requirements  will  take  precedence  over  a person’s wishes if the two interests conflict. Requests shall be for a rating that is undermanned, Career Reenlistment Objectives (CREO) Category 1, as  defined  in  the  most  current  CREO  NAVADMIN message.  Requests from members serving in a rating that is undermanned, or who possess specialty skills or Navy Enlisted Classifications (NECs) that are in short supply,  will  only  be  considered  when  exceptionally unique circumstances exist. Commanding  officers  have  the  authority  to laterally  change  apprenticeships  in  paygrades  E-1, E-2, and E-3 within the Seaman, Fireman, and Airman apprenticeships.    For  example,  they  could  allow  a person to change from Seaman to Airman or Fireman to Seaman.  The commanding officer may authorize such changes only under the following conditions: The member requests a change. A  greater  need  exists  in  the  requested apprenticeship. A valid billet exists within the command. The  member  is  fully  qualified  for  the  new apprenticeship. 5-7 EXAMPLE OF FMS RANK-ORDERED CANDIDATES CANDIDATE FMS STATUS ZONE STATUS 1 2 3 4     207.65   E201.65   E197.18     195.10 Selectee Selectee Selectee Selectee EARLY CANDIDATE ELIGIBILITY ZONE (Minimum required 195.16) 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15     193.16     190.61   E188.30     183.03    182.15 E179.32    178.21    177.85    172.03    171.66    168.88 Selectee Selectee PNA Selectee Selectee PNA Selectee Selectee Selectee Selectee Selectee REGULAR CANDIDATE SCORE ZONE (Minimum required 168.88) 16 17 18 19    168.83 E160.88   160.00   154.63 PNA PNA PNA PNA PNA ZONE 20   Fail Fail FAIL ZONE Table-5-3 Examples of FMS rank-ordered candidates

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