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Rating Change Authorization and Appointment Certificates
Candidates   who   meet   the   TIR   and   other advancement   requirements   may   compete   for advancement whether or not they have accrued the DOD prescribed  TAFMS. The  number  of  advancement quotas  that  may  be  filled  by  early  candidates  is determined by DOD manning restrictions to a maximum of 10 percent of the total enlisted forces in each paygrade E-5 through E-9 and 20 percent for E-4. Advancement of early candidates may require a higher FMS than the regular  candidate  competing  for  the  same  rating. REGULAR AND EARLY ADVANCEMENT CANDIDATES Regular  advancement  candidates  are  members whose TAFMS equals or exceeds the DOD TAFMS by the end of the fiscal year in which the terminal eligibility date  (TED)  is  computed.  Early  advancement  candidates are members whose TAFMS falls short of the DOD TAFMS by the end of the fiscal year in which the TED is computed. HIGH-YEAR  TENURE At the other end of the early advancement spectrum is a system used to provide fair promotion opportunities. This  system  is  known  as  HYT  that  prescribes  the maximum  years  of  active  service  allowed  between paygrades for professional growth (advancement in rate) to occur. The HYT limit is 10 years’ active service for E4, 20 years for E-5 and E-6,24 years for E-7, 26 years for E-8, and 30 years for E-9. With the ongoing reduction in personnel as a result of the drawdown, it is possible that the maximum years of  active  service  a  Navy  member  maybe  authorized  to serve on active duty will change. If you want to verify the number of years a person is allowed to remain on active duty, you must refer to  Reenlistment  Quality Control Program, OPNAVINST 1160.5, and/or other current directives indicating HYT restrictions. RESULTS OF NAVYWIDE ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATIONS The following paragraphs briefly discuss the results of  the  Navywide  advancement  examinations  for  petty officer third class through petty officer first class, chief petty  officer  through  master  chief,  rating  change authorization,  and  appointment  certificates. PETTY OFFICER THIRD CLASS THROUGH PETTY OFFICER FIRST CLASS NETPMSA   issues   examination   results   and advancement  authority  to  individual  commands  by Examination  Status  Verification  Report  (ESVR),  Rating Change Authorization (RCA), data mailer, message, or letter. Figures 9-4 and 9-5 show you samples of an ESVR and an RCA. After  receipt  of  the  examination  results  and  final check to confirm all requirements have been met and all Figure  9-4.—Examination  status  verification  report  (ESVR). 9-7

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