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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 3 years before application.    Under 22 years of age on 30 June of the year they will begin BOOST.   Age waivers of one month for each month of active duty up to 36 months can be granted.    High  school  graduates  or  hold  a  GED  and  are scholastically qualified.    Physically qualified.    Recommended by their commanding officer. Applications  must  be  received  not  later  than  1 October  of  the  year  in  which  the  applicant  desires acceptance into the program. Additional academic and program  eligibility  requirements  are  specified  in greater detail in OPNAVINST 1420.1, chapter 5. Q5.   Prospective  NROTC  Scholarship  Program applicants must be under what age on 30 June of the year they plan to enter the BOOST program? Q6.   At what location is BOOST training conducted? SEAMAN TO ADMIRAL (STA) PROGRAM The  Seaman  to  Admiral  (STA)  Program  is  a full-time  undergraduate  education  and  follow-on commissioning   program   applicable   to   enlisted personnel of the Regular Navy and the Naval Reserve including Training and Administration of the Reserve (TAR)  personnel  and  Selected  Reserve  (SELRES) personnel. Personnel  selected  for  the  Seaman  to  Admiral program  are  provided  a  maximum  of  36  months  to complete  a  baccalaureate  degree  with  benefits  that include tuition, mandatory fees, book allowance, and full Navy pay and benefits in current paygrade as well as  opportunities  to  advance  in  enlisted  rank  while  in school.   Following  degree  completion,  selectees  will be transferred to Officer Candidate School (OCS) and upon    successful    completion    of    OCS,    are commissioned  as  naval  officers  in  the  Unrestricted Line.  Initial appointments are as Ensigns, U.S. Naval Reserve with a minimum service obligation consistent with assigned designator. 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  22  years  of  age,  but  not  have  reached their   27   birthday   by   September   of   the application year.    Serving on active duty or TAR status in paygrade E-4  or  above  with  at  least  four  years  of  active duty  as  of  30  September  in  the  year  before applying for the program.    High  school  graduates  or  hold  a  GED  and  are scholastically qualified.    Physically qualified.    Recommended by their commanding officer. Applications must be received by 1 July of the year in  which  the  applicant  desires  acceptance  into  the program.  Additional academic and program eligibility requirements   are   specified   in   greater   detail   in OPNAVINST 1420.1, chapter 6. Q7.   What is the maximum age limit to apply for the Seaman to Admiral Program? OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOL (OCS) PROGRAM OCS  is  an  initial  commissioning  program  for individuals possessing at least a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution.  Selectees for OCS may choose,  depending  upon  individual  qualifications, designators  within  the  Unrestricted  Line,  Restricted Line and certain Staff Corps designators.  Appendix O of OPNAVINST 1420.1 provides a description of the designators  open  to  qualified  candidates.    OCS  is  a 13-week program of concentrated officer training and indoctrination  located  at  Naval  Aviation  Schools Command, Pensacola, Florida. Enlisted applicants selected for the program who are  in  paygrade  E-4  or  below  are  designated  officer candidates  and  advanced  to  paygrade  E-5  upon reporting to OCS.  Enlisted applicants in paygrade E-5 and  above  are  designated  officer  candidates  in  their present paygrades.  Graduates of OCS are appointed as Ensigns,  U.S.  Naval  Reserve,  and  incur  a  minimum active duty obligation of 4 years.  Certain designators 3-4

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