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requirements before registering).  Courses may be taken on more than one computer, such as a computer at the office and one at home.    Flexibility —Online training allows students to set  their  own  paces,  “test  out”  of  portions  of courses where they already have knowledge, or only access the portions of a course of immediate interest.   Online  training  may  also  be  used  to reinforce  classroom  or  on-the-job  training. Courses may be stopped and resumed as many times as desired.  Courses may even be repeated or accessed many times as a learning aid. Q1.   An individual signing up for Navy E-Learning will have to pay how much per course? ENLISTED TO OFFICER COMMISSIONING PROGRAMS There are many enlisted Sailors with the potential and leadership ability to become Naval officers.   The Navy, realizing this pool of talent, has several different types of commissioning programs available to enlisted personnel.  As the ESO it is your responsibility to help match  the  candidate  with  the  most  appropriate commissioning program.  These programs are briefly discussed  here,  for  in-depth  application  procedures and  forms,  see  OPNAVINST  1420.1,  Enlisted  to Officer   Commissioning   Programs   Application Administrative Manual. THE U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY (USNA) AND NAVAL ACADEMY PREPARATORY SCHOOL (NAPS) The  U.S.  Naval  Academy  (USNA),  located  in Annapolis,   Maryland,   offers   an   outstanding opportunity  for  qualified  young  men  and  women  to embark  on  careers  as  officers  in  the  Navy  or  Marine Corps. Students   at   the   Naval   Academy   are Midshipmen,   U.S.   Navy,   receiving   pay   of   a midshipmen plus tuition, room, and board.  Candidates report to the Naval Academy in July for Plebe Summer. The  academic  curriculum  focuses  primarily  on technical fields of study such as engineering, math, and physics,   which   lead   to   appointments   in   the Unrestricted Line communities of the Navy including Surface  Warfare,  Submarines,  Aviation,  Special Warfare and Special Operations.   A small percentage of  appointments  in  the  U.S.  Marine  Corps  are  also offered  to  those  qualified. A  Bachelor  of  Science degree  is  awarded  upon  graduation.  Graduates  are commissioned as Ensigns, U.S. Naval Reserve, or as Second Lieutenants, U.S. Marine Corps Reserve.  The minimum service obligation is 5 years active duty and 3 years Reserve upon initial appointment as an officer. The Naval Academy Preparatory School (NAPS) provides intensive instruction and preparation for the academic,  military  and  physical  training  curricula  at the  U.S.  Naval  Academy.   NAPS  students  are  in  an active  duty  enlisted  status.   The  school  convenes  in July  of  each  year  and  runs  through  May  of  the following year.   NAPS is located on board the Naval Education  and  Training  Center,  Newport,  Rhode Island. Upon  successful  completion  of  NAPS, appointments  to  the  Naval  Academy  are  offered  and those who accept the appointment report in July. Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply to all categories of nominations for which they qualify.  All categories of nomination are listed in Appendix A of OPNAVINST 1420.1, or in the Admissions Chapter of the Naval Academy Catalog.  Catalogs can be obtained by  calling  (410)  293-4361  or  DSN  281-4361  or  by writing  to  USNA  Admissions  Office,  117  Decatur Road, Annapolis, MD 21402. Basic Eligibility Requirements.   Applicants must be:    Citizens  of  the  United  States  and  cannot  be waived.    Of good moral character and have no record of disciplinary  action  within  3  years  before application.    At least 17 years of age and must not have passed their 23rd birthday on 1 July of the year entering the Naval Academy.  Age restrictions cannot be waived.    Unmarried,  not  pregnant,  and  have  no  legal responsibility  to  support  children  or  other individuals.    Physically qualified.    High  school  graduates  or  holds  a  GED  and  is scholastically  qualified  by  USNA’s  admissions board.    Officially  nominated  from  one  of  the  many nomination  sources  available.   Appendix  A  of OPNAVINST 1420.1 lists these sources.    Recommended by their commanding officer. Additional  academic  and  program  eligibility requirements   are   specified   in   greater   detail   in OPNAVINST 1420.1, chapter 3. 3-2

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