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Figure 9-8.—Certificate of Appointment Petty Officer Second and First Class, NAVPERS 1430/8 (USN)
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Figure 9-10.—Certificate of Permanent Appointment, Chief, Senior Chief, and Master Chief Petty Officer, NAVPERS 1430/32 (USN). t o u r r e q u i r e m e n t s a r e n o t e l i g i b l e f or Always refer to the ENLTRANSMAN to verify the TEMDUINS/DUINS transfer before the projected service school eligibility requirements since they could rotation date (PRD). change in the future. Candidates must be willing to incur sufficient active obligated service according to chapter 7 of the RECRUIT INPUT ENLTRANSMAN and be eligible to extend or reenlist according to the Reenlistment Quality Control Recruits are assigned to class “A” school by the Program, OPNAVINST 1160.5. Deputy, CHNAVPERS. Based on BUPERS established 9-13 (USN)
Figure 9-9.—Certificate of Appointment Petty Officer Second and First Class, NAVPERS 1430/8 (USNR). Personnel assigned to their first duty station, except the  Hospital  Corps,  Navy  Enlisted  Classification  (NEC) those at overseas commands, must have a minimum of codes 8402 and 8425, which is reduced from 24 to 15 12 months on board before submission of requests for months. temporary  duty  under  instruction  (TEMDUINS)  or  duty Members requesting temporary additional duty under instruction (DUINS) assignment to class “A” under instruction (TEMADDINS) assignment to “A” schools  and  must  have  18  months  on  board  before schools may submit their NAVPERS 1306/7 as soon as transfer. Rated personnel must have 24 months on the CO determines that the assignment is warranted. board before transfer, with the exception of training in Those  attached  to  activities  with  established  DOD  area 9-12

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