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Definitions Used in the Navy Enlisted Advancement System
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   Complete  mandatory  Leadership  Training Course  (LTC)  for  LPO  and  CPO  prerequisite courses.    Be  enlisted  warfare  qualified.     (Refer  to applicable  warfare  instruction  for  mandatory requirement  as  they  apply  to  advancement eligibility.)    Have evaluation completed within computation period for advancement cycle.    Have  eligibility  documented  by  service  record entry.    Pass   the   Navywide   advancement-in-rate examination.    Not  be  involved  in  circumstances  that  render candidate ineligible for advancement.    Not be a selectee for LDO or CWO.    Not  have  pending  request  for  “voluntary”  (or high-year  tenure  (HYT)  mandated)  transfer  to Fleet Reserve (E-7/8/9 candidates.)    Naval  Reservists:    Must  maintain  satisfactory drill participation in the Naval Reserve.    After selection for advancement to PO3 or CPO, must complete the Petty Officer Indoctrination Course   (POIC)   or   Chief   Petty   Officer Indoctrination Course (CPOIC). The   Advancement   Manual,   BUPERSINST 1430.16,  discusses  in  detail  the  requirements  for advancement. SPECIAL ADVANCEMENT REQUIREMENTS Many times non-designated strikers complete the required courses for a rating without confirming if the rating they desire to strike for is open or closed.  Rating Entry  for  General  Apprentices  (REGA),  Career Reenlistment   Objectives   (CREO),   a   periodic NAVADMIN  message,  govern  the  different  rating entries. ESOs  should  encourage  non-designated strikers to strike for OPEN ratings since these ratings provide the best opportunities for advancement.  ESOs must  be  aware  that  manpower  requirements  for junior-level  rating  entries  fluctuate  with  the  overall needs of the Navy. The CNO periodic NAVADMIN messages use two major categories of rating control (open and closed) to identify  Navy  manpower  needs. The  rating-entry categories  from  the  apprenticeship  level  to  petty officer third class (PO3) may be either open or closed. An OPEN rating is open to non-designated personnel. A   CLOSED   rating   means   no   E-4   rating   entry opportunities or the rating is over-manned at the E-4 level. There   are   other   categories   such   as non-designated  strikers  requiring  Navy  Personnel Command  (COMNAVPERSCOM)  approval  for  rate entry  or  that  the  rating  is  being  disestablished  or merged with another rating. Periodic   NAVADMIN   messages   list   all rating-entry categories.   The ESO should be aware of the rules that apply to personnel desiring to enter any rating. He  or  she  may  serve  as  a  member  of  the command  striker  selection  board.    The  ESO  should know what special advancement requirements exist for certain  ratings. Those  special  requirements  may include   completion   of   service   schools,   U.S. citizenship, and a specific security clearance. Service School Requirements Some ratings require personnel to complete an “A” school  before  they  can  take  the  examination  for paygrade E-4.  The periodic Rating Entry for General Apprentices  (REGA)  and  Career  Reenlistment Objectives (CREO) NAVADMIN message contains a list of those ratings.  Some ratings require personnel to complete  more  advanced  schools  and  courses  before advancing beyond a certain paygrade. Citizenship and Security Clearance Requirements Some ratings require a person to be a U.S. citizen and  be  eligible  to  receive  a  clearance  for  access  to classified information.  The Advancement Manual and Manual  of  Navy  Enlisted  Manpower  and  Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards  list those ratings. Generally, only U.S. citizens are assigned sensitive duties  or  granted  access  to  classified  information. About one-half of the Navy’s ratings require access to classified  information. For  that  reason,  immigrant aliens  generally  may  not  enter  into  ratings  requiring access to classified information unless they expect to gain citizenship. Q2.   The  ratings  that  require  persons  to  be  a  U.  S. citizen can be found in what publication? Q3.   Approximately  what  percentage  of  the  Navy’s ratings   requires   access   to   classified information? 5-3

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