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   E-6/7/8 candidates with 8 to 16 years of service are eligible for LDO Ensign (ENS).    E-7/8 candidates with 12 to 24 years of service are eligible for CWO2.    E-9  candidates  with  2  years  in  grade  and  not more  than  24  years  of  service  are  eligible  for CWO3.    The time-in-rate (TIR) date is used to compute minimum and maximum eligibility.    Candidates for CWO2 and CWO3 compete on an equal basis.    The  terminal  eligibility  date  is  extended  to  1 October of the year of application.    After 1 year of service as a CWO, a person may compete for selection to LDO at paygrade O-2.    Prior  military  service  that  parallels  current service  can  be  counted  to  meet  minimum eligibility requirements. Application deadlines    Active  duty  applications  for  LDO  and  CWO must be forwarded to Navy Personnel Command (PERS-811D)  and  postmarked  not  later  than  1 August of the year in which application is made. Addenda   must   be   forwarded   (via   unit commanding  officer)  and  be  received  not  later than 1 January of the calendar year the selection board convenes.    Inactive  duty  applications  for  LDO  and  CWO must be forwarded to Navy Personnel Command (PERS-92D)  and  postmarked  not  later  than  1 December  of  the  year  in  which  application  is made.    Addenda  must  be  forwarded  (via  unit commanding  officer)  and  be  received  not  later than  1  April  of  the  calendar  year  the  selection board convenes. When candidates are selected for CWO or LDO, the  ESO  should  provide  them  with  a  copy  of  Useful Information  for  Newly  Commissioned  Officers, NAVEDTRA  12967.   The  ESO  should  also  provide them with the following information:    Newly commissioned CWOs and LDOs attend officer indoctrination school at Naval Air Station Pensacola,  Florida.    The  school  consists  of  5 weeks  of  instruction.    Instruction  emphasizes oral and written communication, administrative and legal procedures, Navy programs and topics, military  duties  and  courtesies,  sea  power  and Leadership   Training   Course,   specifically designed for their experience levels.    CWO  candidates  receive  CWO  sea  pay—a monthly  amount  plus  $100  for  those  persons with over 2 consecutive years of sea duty.    LDO  candidates  receive  LDO  sea  pay—a monthly  amount  plus  $100  for  those  persons with over 3 consecutive years of sea duty.    A CWO with 3 years of commissioned service is eligible to retire as a CWO with 20 years of total service. (Because of a misunderstanding of the existing law, many people erroneously believe a CWO  must  have  10  years  of  commissioned service.) Additional  program  eligibility  requirements  are specified  in  greater  detail  in  OPNAVINST  1420.1, chapter 14. Q12.   What  instruction  covers  the  application procedures for the LDO/CWO programs? OFFICER EDUCATION PROGRAMS Learning Objectives:   Identify programs available to qualified officers to continue their education. There   are   several   programs   for   continuing education available to officers.  As the ESO it will be important for you to have a basic knowledge of these programs. The  ESO  will  also  be  responsible  for knowing where to obtain the procedures for applying for these programs. GRADUATE EDUCATION VOUCHER PROGRAM The Graduate Education Voucher (GEV) Program (formerly  the  Tuition  Assurance-TASS  Program) provides   unrestricted   line   officers   (URL)   the opportunity  to  pursue  a  graduate  degree.   The  GEV Program  provides  up  to  $40,000  for  two  years  of off-duty  graduate  education  for  O-3  active  duty  list URL  officers  from  the  1110,  1120,  1130,  1140,  and 13XX  communities  with  demonstrated  superior performance  and  upward  career  mobility.   For  more information  on  the  GEV  Program  visit  the  web  site: www.nps.navy.mil/code031a. OFFICER LAW EDUCATION PROGRAM The  Officer  Law  Education  Program  allows selected  naval  officers  to  enter  an  American  Bar 3-9

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