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DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY Cane: Sep 92 Office of the Chief of Naval Operations OPNAVNOTE   1510 Washington,  DC  20350-2000 Ser  150/1U581007 OPNAV NOTICE 1510 From: To: Subj: Ref: Encl: Chief  of  Naval  Operations All Ships and Stations (less Marine Corps field addressees not having Navy personnel   attached) ENLISTED  EDUCATION ADVANCEMENT  PROGRAM  (EEAP) (a)  OPNAVINST  1560.8A (1) Brief Sheet (detach and use as appropriate) 1. Purpose. To  publish  amplifying  information concerning the Enlisted Education Advancement Program (EEAP) and to solicit applications for the 1992  program. 2.  Background.  The EEAP provides an opportunity for highly qualified and career motivated  enlisted  personnel  to  earn  an  associate  or baccalaureate degree. Individuals who have earned a baccalaureate degree are ineligible to pursue a masters  degree  under  EEAP. 3.   Application.    Commanding  officers  will consider eligible those members who meet the criteria as set forth in reference (a). They should then  ensure  the  proper  application  procedures  are followed  and  that  all  applications  are  submitted  per reference (a) by 1 March 1992. 4.   Selection. a. A selection board will be convened in April 1992, to consider applicants for entrance into 2 December 1991 the 1992 EEAP, Selection will be based upon information  contained  in  the  application package. b. Applicants selected for the 1992 EEAP will be notified in early May. 5. Eligibility.  The  following  outlines  basic eligibility requirements for the program: a. Be on active duty USN/USNR/TAR, E-4 or above. b. Have at least 4 years (or E-5 with a minimum of 3 years) but no more than 14 years of active duty as of 1 September 1992. c. Be a high school graduate or have passed the General Education Development (GED) Test or other  accepted  equivalent  tests. 6. Projected Rotation Date (PRD). PRDs must fall within the following guidelines: a. Personnel on continental U.S. (CONUS) or Hawaii  shore  duty  must  have  sufficient  time remaining on shore duty on 1 September 1992 to complete  at  least  associates  degree  requirements. b. Personnel  at  sea  whose  Prescribed  Sea Tour (PST) is LESS than 48 months must be eligible for rotation to shore duty between 1 September 1992 and 31 August 1993. c. Personnel at sea whose PST is 48 months or greater and have normal shore tours of 36 months or LESS can have PRDs through 31 August 1994. Figure   1-2.—Notice. 1-4

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