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MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS IN-SERVICE PROCUREMENT PROGRAM (MSC IPP) MSC IPP for Health Care Administration (HCA) and Physician Assistant (PA) provides a pathway to officer commissions for active duty enlisted personnel who  meet  eligibility  criteria  for  Health  Care Administration or Physician Assistant. Candidates for this program may have a qualifying degree  or  may  have  some  college  credit  applicable towards an advanced qualifying degree.   Those with qualifying degrees will receive direct appointments to the   Medical   Service   Corps,   in   a   paygrade commensurate with education level. Selectees  who  desire  an  advanced  degree (graduate level) or possess transferable credits towards a graduate degree will be afforded the opportunity to obtain a graduate degree while maintaining their active duty pay and benefits.  MSC IPP students receive full pay and allowances in their current enlisted paygrades and are eligible for advancement while in college. The student pays tuition, fees, books and other expenses incurred while participating in the program. If eligible, students  may  use  the  VEAP  or  MGIB  educational benefits; however, students are not eligible for benefits under the Tuition Assistance program.   Selectees are required to complete degree requirements in not more than  36  calendar  months  and  attend  school  on  a full-time, year-round basis beginning in the fall of the year selected.  Once they complete their degrees they will  be  commissioned  as  Lieutenant  (junior  grade), Medical Service Corps. 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 the last 3 years before application.    Serving on active duty in the U.S. Navy or Naval Reserve at time of application.    Serving in paygrade E5 through E9.    Not have reached their 35th birthday by time of initial appointment.    Possess  qualifying  degree  for  Health  Care Administration  or  Physician  Assistant  or possess  the  minimum  amount  of  transferable college credit.    Physically qualified.    Recommended by their commanding officer. For the active duty IPP, Chief of Naval Personnel (PERS-811)  must  receive  applications  not  later  than the date announced in the NAVADMIN for the year’s board (normally on 1 November of the fiscal year in which the application is made).  Additional academic and program eligibility requirements are specified in greater detail in OPNAVINST 1420.1, chapter 13. Q11.   The  HealthCare  Administration  Section  of  the Medical  Service  Corps  is  available  to  which paygrades? LIMITED DUTY OFFICER (LDO) AND CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER (CWO) PROGRAMS The  opportunity  to  receive  a  commission  as  an officer  in  the  Navy  has  never  been  better  than  it  is today.  Two of the most popular programs leading to a commission  are  the  Chief  Warrant  Officer  (CWO) Program   and   the   Limited   Duty   Officer   (LDO) Program. The Navy recognizes a need for CWOs to serve as officer  technical  specialists  and  LDOs  to  serve  as officer  technical  managers.  The  LDO  and  CWO Programs are the primary enlisted-to-officer programs sponsored  by  the  Navy  that  do  not  require  a  college education.  Competition in both of these programs has been  and  will  continue  to  be  particularly  keen. Interested  persons  should  begin  preparation  early  in their  careers.    Increased  knowledge  gained  through occupational  experience  and  specialized  training through  schools  and  NRTCs  should  be  sought  by  all potential candidates to better prepare for officer status. Limited Duty Officer Program The   Limited   Duty   Officer   (LDO)   Program provides  a  path  of  advancement  for  PO1  through SCPO and CWO.  The program leads to a commission as  a  temporary  ensign  or  lieutenant  junior  grade  (as applicable) in the Regular Navy or Naval Reserve. The applicant must meet the following eligibility requirements to apply for the LDO Program:    Be a U.S. citizen.    Be serving on active duty in the Regular Navy, Naval Reserve, or TAR Program at the time of application  and,  if  selected,  remain  on  active duty until the appointment is tendered. 3-7

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