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and (2) definite legal custody of the dependent has been awarded to a former spouse, parent, or another adult by order  of  a  court  of  competent  jurisdiction.  Custody determinations  are  explained  in  detail  in  the  Navy Recruiting Manual - Enlisted, COMNAVCRUITCOM- INST  1130.8. Prior  Service Prior   service   prospects   are   considered   Navy veterans (NAVETs) if their last tour of active duty or active  duty  for  training  was  in  the  Navy  or  Naval Reserve,  they  have  been  discharged  or  released  for more than 24 hours, have completed a minimum of 180 consecutive days’ active duty or active duty for training, and  are  E-4s  or  above.  They  are  considered  other service  veterans  (OSVETs)  if  they  meet  these requirements except their last tour of duty was in a branch of service other than the Navy. Applicants in paygrades E-1 through E-3 with less than 366 days’ time  in  service  may  be  enlisted  as  nonprior  service. Considerable  restrictions  are  placed  on  the  enlistment  or reenlistment  of  prior  service  personnel.  Once  you  have determined   that   your   prospect   does   meet   the requirements for prior service processing, check with the recruiting zone (RZ) recruiter to see if current prior restrictions will permit enlistment. Armed Forces Qualifying Test Scores The Navy Recruiting Manual - Enlisted,  COMNAV- CRUITCOMINST   1130.8,   gives   minimum   AFQT scores  for  enlistment  and  contains  a  matrix  for determining success chances for recruits entering the Navy  (SCREEN)  scores.  These  minimum  requirements are  normally  superseded  by  current  gosling  policy. Drug Abuse Navy policy does not permit the enlistment of drug- and  alcohol-dependent  personnel,  current  drug  and alcohol abusers, or persons whose preservice abuse of drugs   and/or   alcohol   indicates   the   probability   of continued  abuse.  Some  people,  however,  have  clear potential  to  become  creditable  performers  despite  past exposure  to  drug  and/or  alcohol  abuse.  A  matrix  of waiver policy for alcohol and drug abusers is provided in  the   Navy   Recruiting   Manual   -   Enlisted, COMNAVCRUITCOMINST 1130.8. Separate waiver requirements are listed for basic enlistment and specific programs. Drug abuse is     divided     into     four categories — alcohol; marijuana   (THC,   cannabis); stimulants and   depressants; and narcotics, hallucinogenic, or   psychedelic   drugs.   Additional requirements are listed for convictions of alcohol and drug  abuse  offenses. Police  Involvement Charts are provided in the Navy Recruiting Manual -  Enlisted,  COMNAVCRUITCOMINST   1130.8,   to classify offenses into four categories — minor traffic, minor nontraffic/minor misdemeanors, nonminor misdemeanors,  and  felonies.  Waiver  policy  for  civil offenses in each classification is also provided. Only offenses  for  which  there  is  a  conviction  or  adverse adjudication, or which have been processed through a pretrial intervention   program   require   waivers. Blueprinting   civil   involvement   must   be   thorough. Applicants may not think of traffic citations as criminal involvement.  Others  may  believe  juvenile  records  don’t count.   Ask   specifically   about   traffic   and   juvenile records as well as any arrests. Also ask if they have any court  action  pending,  including  civil  and  criminal. Physical  Eligibility Final  determination  of  an  applicant’s  physical qualifications for enlistment is a responsibility of the Military Entrance and Processing Station (MEPS) at which   enlistment   is   performed,   Recruiters   should conduct  a  preliminary  screening  of  applicants  to  detect those who are obviously physically unfit for military service. The Applicant Medical Pre-Screening Form, DD Form 2246, facilitates physical screening. Height, weight,  and  body  fat  requirements  are  provided  in  the N a v y    R e c r u i t i n g    M a n u a l    -    E n l i s t e d , COMNAVCRUITCOMINST 1130.8, as well as lists of conditions  that  are  generally  disqualifying  or  requiring supportive  documents. PROGRAM  QUALIFICATIONS Besides BEERs, many enlistment programs have specific  qualification  criteria.  These  are  listed  in  chapter 3 of the  Navy  Recruiting  Manual  -  Enlisted,  COM- NAVCRUITCOMINST 1130.8, It is the classifier’s job to make sure all applicants are eligible for the program in which they are enlisted. Once personnel are in the DEP, recruiters should review program qualification criteria with the enlistees. Personnel in the DEP must be counseled to notify their recruiter in case of any change in   physical characteristics or    police    or    drug involvement. 6-16

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