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SBE– Selection  board  eligible. SBI– Special  background  investigation. SBP– Survivor Benefit Plan. The SBP was enacted 21  September  1972  to  provide  benefits  to survivors   of   retired   and   retirement-eligible military  personnel. SCORE–  Selective   Conversion   and   Reenlistment (SCORE)   Program. The   SCORE   Program offers  special  career  incentives  to  enlisted members  who  reenlist  for  conversion  to  ratings that are undermanned (in CREO 1) as listed in the  most  current  CREO  NAVADMIN  and  is, therefore,   reserved   for   personnel   who   exhibit sustained  superior  performance. SCPO–  Senior  chief  petty  officer. SCWS–  Seabee  Combat  Warfare  Specialist. SDS– Source  Data  System. SDSPROMAN–  Department  of  the  Navy  Source  Data System  Prucedures  Manual,  Volumes  I  and  II, NAVSO   P-3069. SEAL/UDT   (NAVAL   SPECIAL   WARFARE) PROGRAM–   The  Navy  Special  Warfare Community includes enlisted personnel qualified to and assigned Secondary NECs (SNECs) 5321, 5322,   5326,   and   5327. Additionally,    these personnel carry the enlisted designators DV and PJ.  Once  qualified,  personnel  perform  Special Warfare  Operations  as  SEAL/UDT  Combatant Swimmers. SECDEF–  Secretary of Defense. SECNAV– Secretary of the Navy. SECNAVFIND–   Secretary  of  the  Navy  finding.  A member  is  not  entitled  to  more  than  one dislocation  allowance  during  any  fiscal  year unless the Secretary of the Navy finds that the exigencies  of  the  service  require  more  than  one PCS during the same fiscal year. This finding is referred  to  a  SECNAVFIND. SELRES– Selected reserve. SEPARATION–  Discharge,  release  from  active  duty, retirement,   death,   or   in   the   case   of   enlisted members, the date when they begin to serve on a  voluntary  extension  of  enlistment  for  any period  of  time. SEPARATION   LEAVE–   When  consistent  with military requirements, a member maybe granted leave  which  expires  on  the  day  of  separation without  the  necessity  of  the  member  returning to the activity that granted the separation leave, or  that  is  processing  his  or  her  separation. SEQ–  When   referring   to   message   diaries,   the sequence  number  is  a  two-digit  number  that identifies  the  sequence  number  of  the  DMRS message  being  transmitted. SERVICE   RATINGS–  Service   ratings   are subdivisions  of  certain  general  ratings  that provide  for  increased  specialization  in  training and employment of personnel. For example, the general  rating  AB  is  divided  into  ABE,  ABF, and  ABH.  The  E,  F,  and  H,  indicate  a  certain specialization. SGLI–  Servicemen’s   Group   Life   Insurance.   Each member   serving   on   active   duty,   performing annual   training,   or   performing   inactive   duty training is eligible to be insured under the SGLI up to a maximum of $200,000 while he or she is on active duty, and 120 days after separation. SKMC– Sickness resulting from misconduct. SKMC is  a  period  in  excess  of  24  consecutive  hours  of absence from regular duty, that is determined to be  due  to  intemperate  use  of  drugs  or  alcohol, or  disease  or  injury  resulting  from  a  member’s own  misconduct.  This  absence  is  considered  as time   lost   pending   final   action   by   the   officer exercising  general  court-martial  convening authority. SITE  TV–  Shipboard   information   training   and entertainment  television. SNEC–   Secondary  Navy  Enlisted  Classification Code. SNDL– Standard Navy Distribution List. SOC– Servicemembers  opportunity  colleges. AI-18

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