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maximum PNA point credit candidates may earn is 30 points. NOTE:  PNA point credit is now attained from the social security number only.  It is no longer necessary to  notify  NETPDTC  to  credit  PNA  points  for candidates who have had name changes. Action for Personnel Transferred Examination  results  of  personnel  who  are  no longer attached to your command may be found when the RCA or ESVR is verified.  These candidates have been transferred to a new duty station, separated from active duty, or discharged.   Service record entries for these  people  should  be  made  after  the  Navywide examinations have been administered and before the exam results are received.    If  a  candidate  is  transferred  to  another  duty station before receipt of exam results ESVR or RCA, the transferring command will ensure a copy of the completed worksheet is filed in the field service record.  The transferring command must  notify  NETPDTC  (N321)  via  message (information copy to new command) to forward results  to  the  activity  to  which  member transferred.    For candidates transferred in a selectee status, before receipt of authorized advancement date (RCA), the transferring command will ensure a copy of the completed worksheet and copy of ESVR is filed in the field service record, notify NETPDTC  (N321)  via  message  (information copy to new command) to forward the RCA to the activity to which transferred.    If  a  candidate  is  authorized  advancement  or change in rating, but is transferred after receipt of rate change authority (RCA) and before the effective  date  of  advancement,  the  transferring command will ensure a copy of the RCA and a copy of the completed worksheet is filed in the field service record with the transfer evaluation.    For  personnel  being  released  from  active duty/discharged,  the  separating  command  will forward results to the member’s home of record or   address   designated   by   the   member. COs/OICs  will  inform  advancement  selectees who are being discharged or released to inactive duty  that  advancement  may  be  effected  upon return to active duty or affiliation with a USNR unit.  Commands must ensure examinations are invalidated  for  personnel  separated  before publication of examination results. NOTE:  NETPDTC should be notified at this time to forward results to the member’s new command. Frocking of Enlisted Personnel Frocking  is  an  administrative  authorization  to assume  the  title  and  wear  the  uniform  of  a  higher paygrade   without   entitlement   to   the   pay   and allowances  of  that  grade. Frocking  provides  early recognition for members selected for petty officer third class  through  master  chief  petty  officer. After verifying individual eligibility data, members may be frocked as follows:    Qualified E-8/9 selectees may be frocked upon receipt  of  selection  notification  by  the  CNO NAVADMIN message.    Qualified  E-7  selectees  may  be  frocked  no earlier  than  the  first  advancement  increment (normally 16 September).   Before they may be frocked, selectees must complete the Chief Petty Officer Indoctrination Course.   If the course is not  available  at  a  training  command,  the commanding officer may authorize frocking for selectees before they complete the indoctrination course.    Qualified E-5/6 selectees may be frocked after the command receives the naval message from NETPDTC or RCA/ESVR/Data Mailer and all advancement data has been verified as correct.    Qualified  E-4  selectees,  including  those  in  a training  status,  may  be  frocked  after  the command  receives  the  naval  message  from NETPDTC, or RCA/ESVR/Data Mailer and all advancement  data  has  been  verified  as  correct provided  selectees  complete  the  Petty  Officer Indoctrination Course. Frocking does not change the permanent status of a member  nor  authorize  payment  of  entitlements governed  by  statute  or  regulation  and  is  subject  to restriction as follows:    Enlisted   members   selected   for   officer appointments may not be frocked.    Navy members serving in joint commands may be  frocked  with  the  concurrence  of  the  joint command.    Members may elect not to accept frocking. 6-18

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