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Alphanumeric NECs
RATING   CONVERSION   NECS.—   Rating conversion  NECs  identify  aptitudes  and  qualifications that are not discernible from rates alone. They are assigned to identify petty officers or identified strikers who are in training for change of rating or status under approved   programs. OCCUPATIONAL     AREA—DEFENSE GROUPING NECS.— Occupationd  area—DG  NECs relate  to  groups  of  ratings  for  which  there  is  an identification  requirement.  Refer  to  figure  3-1  and  note As a PN, you may be responsible for changing these codes  and  reporting  these  personnel  changes  for  your command. For example, if you are attached to a ship or a squadron and a certain individual is allowed to strike for a particular rating, you must change the DG NEC to reflect this change. Suppose there is a Seaman aboard your ship with DG-9700 NEC who is allowed to strike for PN. In this case, you must change the DG-9700 NEC  to  DG-9750,  reflecting  the  new  occupational  area. You must prepare a diary entry following guidelines in the Diary Message Reporting System Users’ Manual the DG NECs, occupational area titles, and ratings (DMRSMAN),   EPMAC, included in each area. These DG NECs appear as codes Document   No.   1080#1 DG-9700  through  DG-9780,  which  reflect  the  location appropriate page 4 entry. New  Orleans,  Louisiana, UM-O1A,  and  make  an of  Navy  ratings  in  the   Department   of   Defense Occupational  Conversion  Manual,  Enlisted.  The  third digit in these codes specifies the Department of Defense (DOD) occupational area grouping code used in the DOD  Occupational  Conversion  Manual.  U.S.  Navy (USN) and U.S. Naval Reserve (USNR) personnel in paygrades   E-1   through   E-3   (not   already   “rating associated”  by  Hospital  Corpsman  (HM)  or  Dental Technician  (DT)  apprenticeship  rates  or  by  striker identification) are assigned an appropriate DG NEC that identifies and indicates that these individuals have received training, are in training, or have aptitude for training in the areas identified by the DG code. Rating Series NECs Rating  series  NECs  relate  to  a  limited  number  of specific ratings. Rating series NECs identify special or unique  billet  requirements  beyond  the  skill  and knowledge  that  the  general  rating  would  provide. When assigned to an individual, rating series NECs show that the person has obtained certain skills or knowledge  and  is  qualified  for  detailing  to  a  billet requirement. Special  Series  NECs Special series NECs have the same purpose as rating series NECs but, in general, relate to an unlimited Figure  3-1.—Occupational  area—defense  grouping  NECs,  occupational  area  titles,  and  ratings  included  in  each  area. 3-3

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