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BCNR–  Board  for  Correction  of  Naval  Records. The  BCNR  was  established  to  relieve  the Congress  of  the  burden  of  considering  private bills  for  the  correction  of  naval  records. BENEFICIARY–   The  recipient  of  certain  benefits due as a result of relationship to or designation by  a  member,   such   as   the   beneficiary   you designate  on  the  Servicemen’s  Group  Life Insurance  (SGLI)  election  and  certificate. BI– Background  investigation. BLANKET  TRAVEL  ORDER–  An order issued to a  member  who  regularly  and  frequently  makes trips  away  from  his  or  her  permanent  duty station   within   certain   geographical   limits   in performance  of  regularly  assigned  duties. BMR– Basic military requirements. BOOST–  Broadened  opportunity  for  Officer Selection  and  Training.  The  BOOST  Program supports  the  Navy  Affirmative  Action  Plan  by offering enlisted men and w o m e n    a comprehensive program of academic preparation that  prepares  them  for  successful  pursuit  of  a Navy  or  Marine  Corps  commission  through  the Naval   Reserve Officer   Training   Corps (NROTC)  Program  or  the  United  States  Naval Academy   (USNA). BUMED–  Bureau  of  Medicine  and  Surgery. BUPERS–  Bureau  of  Naval  Personnel,  which  is located   in   Washington,   DC,   and   is   used synonymously   with   Chief   of   Naval   Personnel (CNP  and  CHNAVPERS). BY  DIRECTION–   The  term  used  to  denote  the signature   authority   given   by   commanding officers   or   officers   in   charge   to   designated personnel. CACO–  Casualty  assistance  calls  officer.  This  is  a uniformed   Navy representative who is designated  to  assist  the  primary  and  secondary next  of  kin  (NOK)  of  members  who  die,  are reported as “duty status whereabouts unknown” (DUSTWUN),  become  missing  while  on  active duty, annual training, or inactive duty training. The representative assists primary or secondary next  of  kin  in  respect  to  rights,  benefits,  and privileges  to  which  they  may  have  entitlement. The  representative  must  be  an  officer  with  a minimum  of  2  years  active  duty  or  a  senior enlisted  member,  E-7  through  E-9. CANREC– Canvasser recruiter. CANTRAC–  Catalog of Navy Training Courses. CAP–  Command  Advancement  Program. CARIT—  Career   information   team. CARIT  is responsible   for   coordinating   and   presenting Naval  Reserve  information  through  formal presentations  throughout  the  east  and  west coasts. CBR– Chemical, biological, and radiological warfare defense. CCC–  Command  career  counselor. CD-ROM–  Compact-disk–read   only   memory. CEC– Civil  Engineer  Corps. CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT (CPU)– The part of a computer that controls its overall activity by executing   instructions   and   performing   logical operations. CHAMPUS–- Civilian Health and Medical Program of  the  Uniformed  Services. CHANGE IN RATE– Change in rate is applicable to a   lateral   change in   the   apprenticeships (paygrade  E-1,  E-2,  E-3)  in  the  same  paygrade. CHANGE IN RATING–  Change in rating is a lateral change  in  occupational  skill  without  change  in paygrade;  for  example,  YN2  to  LN2. CHCBP–  Continued  Health  Care  Benefit  Program. Implementation  of  the  CHCBP  was  directed  by Congress  in  Section  4408  of  the  National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1993. This   law   directed   the   implementation   of   a program of temporary, continued health benefits coverage  comparable  to  the  benefits  provided for   former   civilian   employees   of   the   Federal Government.  The  CHCBP  is  a  premium-based, temporary health care coverage program that is available  to  qualified  beneficiaries.  Under  this AI-3

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