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   Be physically qualified for appointment to LDO per  the  physical  standards  outlined  in  the Manual of the Medical Department.    Be  a  high  school  graduate  or  possess  the service-accepted equivalent.    Have no record of conviction by courts-martial, NJP, or conviction by a civil court for any offense other than minor traffic violations for 2 years as of 1 October of the year in which application is made.  DUI violations will be considered major traffic violations, and are disqualifying if within the 2-year period specified above.    Be of good moral character and of unquestioned loyalty  to  the  United  States  as  determined  by interview and investigation.    Be recommended by the commanding officer.    Not exceed the HYT requirements.    Be  serving  as  a  PO1,  CPO,  or  SCPO  on  1 October of the year in which application is made. If a PO1, must have served in that capacity for at least 1 year as of 1 October of the year in which application is made.    Have  completed  at  least  8  years,  but  not  more than  16  years,  of  active  naval  service  on  1 October of the year in which application is made.    If a PO1, must have completed all requirements for advancement to CPO, with the exception of time in paygrade, and successfully competed in the annual Navywide advancement examination cycle  administered  in  January  of  the  year  of application. A  candidate  whose  final  multiple  is  equal  to,  or greater than, the minimum final multiple required for SELECTION BOARD ELIGIBLE will be designated LDO SELECTION BOARD ELIGIBLE. A PO1 who is presently authorized advancement to CPO is exempt from the CPO Navywide examination qualification. CPOs  and  SCPOs  with  at  least  12  years,  but  not more  than  16  years,  of  naval  service  may  apply  for LDO and CWO in the same application year. However, they  may  only  request  one  designator  for  each program. Chief Warrant Officer Program The  Chief  Warrant  Officer  (CWO)  Program provides a direct path of advancement for outstanding enlisted personnel. To be eligible for appointment, an applicant must meet the following requirements:    Be a U.S. citizen.    Be serving on active duty as a MCPO, SCPO, or a  CPO  (includes  E-6  personnel  selected  for advancement to E-7), in the Regular Navy, Naval Reserve,  or  Training  and  Administration  of Reserves   (TAR)   Program   at   the   time   of application  and,  if  selected,  remain  on  active duty until the appointment is tendered.    Fleet  Reserve  personnel  on  active  duty  must request    authority    from    PERS-82    for reenlistment  in  the  Regular  Navy  and  be reenlisted  USN  to  be  eligible  to  apply  for  the Active Duty CWO program.    Be  physically  qualified  for  appointment  as  a CWO per the physical standards outlined in the Manual of the Medical Department.    Be  a  high  school  graduate  or  possess  the service-accepted equivalent.    Have no record of conviction by courts-martial, non-judicial punishment (NJP), or conviction by a  civil  court  for  any  offense  other  than  minor traffic violations for 2 years as of 1 October of the year in which application is made. Driving under  the  influence  (DUI)  violations  will  be considered  major  traffic  violations,  and  are disqualifying  if  within  the  2-year  period specified above.    Be of good moral character and of unquestioned loyalty  to  the  United  States  as  determined  by interview and investigation.    Not exceed high-year tenure (HYT).    Be recommended by the commanding officer for each designator requested.    Have completed at least 12 years, but not more than 24 years, of active service on 1 October of the year application is made. The following policies apply to the LDO and CWO Programs:    No  age  stipulation  is  required  for  LDO/CWO candidates.    The number of times an LDO/CWO candidate may  apply  from  the  same  enlisted  paygrade  is unrestricted. 3-8

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