standards, some recruits are granted an Armed Services
Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test score waiver
for assignment to class A school.
REQUESTS FOR WAIVER OF
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS AND
COMMAND ACTION ON RECEIPT OF
Waiver of eligibility requirements (except
requirements involving security clearance, obligated
service [OBLISERV], requisite training and/or physical
standards for personal safety, and urinalysis testing)
may be requested for individuals who have exceptional
potential. Waiver requests should be submitted in the
COs endorsement to the quota request and should
include the following:
l Specific deficiency and full justification for
waiver. In case of test score waiver, all available scores
should be listed separately.
. Length of time the member has been striking for
the rating for which training is requested and/or
comments concerning the members civilian experience
as it relates to the requested course of instruction.
. Evaluation of the members overall potential to
the Navy, including the members career intentions and
l Courses the individual has completed that will
enhance the prospect of successful school completion
When a waiver has been granted, an appropriate
Administrative Remarks, NAVPERS 1070/613 entry,
must be made in the individuals service record before
he or she transfers to the school.
ACTIVE OBLIGATED SERVICE
Active OBLISERV for class A and C schools
and factory/contractor training is computed from the
class convening date and must be incurred before
transfer to the school by executing an extension
agreement. A page 13 entry is not acceptable except if
monetary loss of selective reenlistment bonus (SRB)
will result from a hard extension.
Chapter 7 of the ENLTRANSMAN contains the
OBLISERV requirement for the A and C school and
factory/contractor training which, of course, depends on
the length of training.
In the event a student
instruction in less than the
completes the course of
scheduled course length,
initial OBLISERV may be reduced to that
corresponding to the actual time spent under instruction.
Forward correspondence requesting adjustment of
OBLISERV under such circumstances to BUPERS
(PERS 243) with certified copies of all page 4s, both
front and back.
In addition to the previous requirements, a member
acquiring an additional OBLISERV for a course of
instruction must also execute and sign a page 13 entry
of understanding concerning OBLISERV payback for
disenrollment. This page 13 entry is found in chapter 7
of the ENLTRANSMAN.
Additional information concerning OBLISERV in
other situations concerning this subject is contained in
chapter 7 of the ENLTRANSMAN.
DEFINITIONS OF TYPES OF SCHOOL
The types of quotas assigned to attend service
schools are listed in the following paragraphs.
Temporary Additional Duty Under Instruction
TEMADDINS quotas are assigned only for
personnel ordered to courses of instruction of less than
20 weeks duration when it is appropriate that the
member be returned to the originating command.
Provided a valid billet requirement will exist at the
current command for the member on completion of
training, the assignment of the member to school will
normally be made on a TEMADDINS quota.
Temporary Duty Under Instruction
Personnel assigned quotas to courses of instruction
of less than 20 weeks; duration in connection with a
permanent change of station (PCS) are assigned to their
ultimate permanent duty station (PDS) in one of two
l Transfer directives issued indicate that the
ultimate duty station will be assigned on completion of
schooling. These personnel are transferred for
TEMDUINS and are made available on completion of
schooling for further assignment by BUPERS.
. Transfer directives issued include a PDS. These
personnel are transferred on completion of schooling to
the PDS included in the transfer directives.