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   Other organizations approved by the Assistant Secretary  of  Defense  (Manpower,  Reserve Affairs, and Logistics) The  selectees’  field  of  study  should  correspond with   their   designator   and   prospective   future assignments. Graduate   study   must   lead   to qualification in subspecialties required in the officers’ designator. Officers selected for this program serve on active duty  following  graduation.   They  serve  for  a  period three times the length of the period in the program, in addition  to  any  other  prior  service  obligation. Obligated service is NOT incurred under the following conditions: 1.   The scholarship award is made in recognition of outstanding  performance  and  if  its  acceptance does not require relief from regular military duty for more than 26 weeks, or 2.   The purpose of the scholarship is to permit the officer  to  work  on  a  project  of  value  to  the United States rather than fulfill the requirements of an academic degree The  only  eligibility  requirement  is  that  the applicant be an active-duty officer or midshipman first class.   OPNAVINST  1520.24  contains  more  detailed instructions and application procedures. Q15.   Are business groups operating for profit, foreign governments,  and  political  organizations eligible donors for the Scholarship Program? NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL, MONTEREY Naval   Postgraduate   School   Programs   meet subspecialty billet requirements for officer education programs at the master’s and doctoral levels. They also provide some postgraduate education for all qualified active-duty  naval  officers. The  Catalog  of  Naval Postgraduate School contains detailed information on the  postgraduate  curriculum  conducted  at  the  Naval Postgraduate   School,   Monterey,   and   other participating  civilian  educational  institutions.   Other references include OPNAVINST 1520.23, the annual OPNAVNOTE  1520,  and  the  Naval  Postgraduate School Catalog of Self-Study Courses. The eligibility criterion varies with the individual programs; therefore, you should refer to the references for determining eligibility and application procedures. Q16.   At  what  level  do  Naval  Postgraduate  School Programs meet subspecialty billet requirements for officer education programs? DEFENSE LANGUAGE PROGRAMS Designated  billets  require  foreign  language proficiency.  Navy personnel selected for these billets attend  the  Defense  Language  Institute  in  Monterey, California,   or   the   Foreign   Service   Institute   in Washington, D.C.   These schools offer instruction in approximately  41  different  languages. Officers desiring an assignment that requires foreign language training  should  submit  a  letter  to  their  detailer specifying   the   type   of   assignment   desired. Applications  from  enlisted  personnel,  other  than Cryptologic  Technicians,  are  not  desired. Officers selected  for  this  program  serve  on  active  duty following graduation for a period of twice the length of the  instruction  received. OPNAVINST  1550.7  and CNETINST   1550.9   contain   more   detailed information: Q17.   Defense Language Programs offer instruction in approximately how many languages? JUNIOR AND SENIOR SERVICE COLLEGES The  military  services  have  institutions  that  offer advanced military courses in naval warfare and related subjects to junior and senior officers.  The purpose of these   courses   is   to   improve   the   professional competence of officers to assume higher responsibility and  higher  command  positions. These  military institutions  include,  but  are  not  limited  to,  the following schools:    College of Naval Warfare, Newport, RI,    College of Naval Command and Staff, Newport, RI,    Naval Staff College, Newport, RI,    Naval Command College, Newport, RI,    Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, VA,    Industrial  College  of  the  Armed  Forces,  Fort McNair, Washington, D.C.,    National    War    College,    Fort    McNair, Washington, D.C.,    Marine  Corps  Command  and  Staff  College, Quantico, VA, 3-11

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