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the Advanced Electronics Field, Advanced Technical Field, and Nuclear Field Programs. Q13.   Under the AEF and ATF programs, personnel are authorized guaranteed advancement to E-4 upon successful completion of what training? SELECTIVE CONVERSION AND REENLISTMENT PROGRAM MILPERSMAN,  Article  1160-090,  lists  the requirements  for  advancement  under  the  Selective Conversion  and  Reenlistment  (SCORE)  Program. This program provides possible advancement to PO3 or  PO2  upon  a  person’s  satisfactory  completion  of either a class “C” school or a class “C” school package. Always refer to MILPERSMAN, Article 1510-020, for the  current  listing  of  available  class  “C”  school packages. Q14.   Under  the  SCORE  Program,  a  person  can  be automatically advanced to what paygrade? SELECTIVE TRAINING AND REENLISTMENT PROGRAM MILPERSMAN,  Article  1160-100,  governs  the advancement authority for the Selective Training and Reenlistment (STAR) Program.   The STAR Program guarantees  a  PO3  advancement  to  PO2  upon completion  of  a  class  “C”  school  or  “C”  school package.  It also guarantees advancement to PO3 upon completion  of  Phase  I  of  an  AEF  class  “A”  school based on automatic advancement procedures for the AEF Program. SUMMARY The  Navy  Enlisted  Advancement  System  (NEAS) provides credit for performance, knowledge, and experience. The system guarantees that all candidates competing for a specific rate have equal advancement opportunity. Who,  then,  are  the  people  being  advanced? Basically, they are the people who are self-motivated and have prepared themselves for advancement.  They were not content just to qualify; they went the extra mile in their training.  Through their extra effort in training and work experience, they developed greater skills, learned more, and accepted more responsibility.   The secret to their success is sustained superior performance. ESOs should be a guiding influence for personnel striving  for  advancement.   Since  personnel  will  ask them many questions about the various advancement programs, ESOs should be prepared with up-to-date information. REFERENCES USED TO DEVELOP THIS CHAPTER Advancement   Manual,   BUPERSINST  1430.16, Bureau  of  Naval  Personnel,  Washington,  D.C., 1991. Command  Advancement  Program  (CAP),  BUPERS- INST  1430.17E,  Bureau  of  Naval  Personnel, Washington, D.C., 1994. Enlisted  Transfer  Manual  (TRANSMAN), NAVPERS 15909G,  Naval  Military  Personnel  Command, Washington, D.C., 2001. Manual  of  Navy  Enlisted  Manpower  and  Personnel Classifications  and  Occupational  Standards, NAVPERS  18068F,  Vol.  1,  Bureau  of  Naval Personnel, Washington, D.C., 1997. Naval  Military  Personnel  Manual  (MILPERSMAN), NAVPERS 15560C, Bureau of Naval Personnel, Washington, D.C., 1997. Navy Performance Evaluation and Counseling  (EVAL Manual),  BUPERSINST  1610.10,  Bureau  of Naval Personnel, Washington, D.C., 1995. Rating  Entry  for  General  Apprentices  (REGA)  and Career   Reenlistment   Objectives   (CREO), NAVADMIN  message  (published  annually), Office   of   the   Chief   of   Naval   Operations, Washington, D.C., 2000. ANSWERS TO EMBEDDED QUESTIONS CHAPTER 5 A1.   To  advance  the  best  qualified  petty  officers  to operate  the  Navy’s  ships,  planes,  and  shore stations. A2.   Advancement Manual. A3.   50 percent. A4.   Performance, experience, and knowledge. A5.   E-5 through E-9. A6.   E-1, E-2, and E-3 5-12

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