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Figure 3-1.–Gold/Silver Wreath Award for excellence in recruiting and recruiting support-sequence of awards
security   requirements,   personnel   advancement requirements (PARs), military/leadership tests, and all other advancement requirements of their rate. E-5/E-6  CANDIDATES.—  E-5/E-6  candidates who are eligible based on time in rate (TIR) to take an advancement  examination  must  have  participated  in and  passed  the  March  advancement  examination.  For those not eligible to participate in the advancement exam, up to one-half of required TIR may be waived. Individuals nominated for advancement under REIP and who subsequently are selected for advancement via   the   September   advancement   exam   will   be advanced  under  the  advancement  cycle,  not  under REIP. E-7 CANDIDATES.— E-7  candidates  must  have taken  the  advancement  examination  and  be  selection board  eligible  in  the  year  in  which  they  are recommended  for  advancement. PRT REQUIREMENTS.— All candidates must meet the health and physical readiness requirements. TOTAL   ACTIVE   FEDERAL   MILITARY SERVICE.—  Total  active  federal  military  service (TAFMS)   may   be   waived.   COMNAVCRUITCOM will   request   waivers   from   the   Chief   of   Naval Personnel (CHNAVPERS) to ensure the Navy remains within  the  Department  of  Defense  limits. MERITORIOUSLY   ADVANCED   TO   PRE- SENT  PAYGRADE.—   Personnel  who  have  been meritoriously  advanced  to  their  present  paygrade  are ineligible  for  advancement  under  REIP,  with  the exception  of  those  advanced  under  the  Command Advancement  Program  (CAP)  who  will  be  eligible  for REIP. TIME  ON  BOARD.—  A  candidate  must  have served  in  the  District  concerned  for  a  minimum  of  15 months (day for day) to be considered for REIP. All nominations   for   meritorious   and   production advancements  must  occur  at  the  conclusion  of  the fiscal year. Personnel  who  have  been  transferred during  the  fiscal  year  are  eligible  for  consideration. COMMANDING   OFFICER   RESPONSI- BILITY.—   The  CO  is  directly  responsible  for advancement  based  on  merit,  demonstrated  leadership, and  contribution  to  command  mission  objectives. Emphasis  should  be  placed  on  sustained  superior performance. Advancement  Policies and  Procedures The   sum   of   meritorious   and   production advancements cannot exceed 7 percent of the average enlisted  fiscal  year  manning.  The  CO  will  locally effect E-5 and E-6 advancements after the authorized number   of   advancements   are   validated   by COMNAVCRUITCOM (Code 10). Personnel recom- mended for advancement to E-7 will be nominated by the  CO  and  referred  to  a  special  selection  board convened  by  COMNAVCRUITCOM. The  special  selection  board  will  consist  of  five members including the CNRC, or a designated Navy Recruiting  Area  commander,  who  will  function  as  the senior   member;   COMNAVCRUITCOM   Command Master Chief (CMC), or designated Navy Recruiting Area CMC; and three additional Fleet/Force Master Chief  Petty  Officers  who  will  be  selected  by  the Master  Chief  Petty  Officer  of  the  Navy  (MCPON). Those  nominated,  but  not  selected,  will  receive  a Letter of Commendation from the CNRC to enhance their  chances  for  selection  before  a  regular  board. GOLD  WREATH  AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN RECRUITING AND RECRUITING  SUPPORT Gold Wreath Award for Excellence in Recruiting and  Recruiting  Support,  COMNAVCRUITCOMINST 1650.4, provides guidance for Gold Wreath Awards for excellence in recruiting and recruiting support. The  award  is  a  metal  device  that  encircles  the recruiting  badge  by  NRC  personnel. Subsequent awards  are  denoted  by  silver  or  gold  stars  and  an excellence scroll. The sequence of awards is listed in figure  3-1. 3-3

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