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For   additional information and   specific   RESCORE eligibility requirements, refer   to  article     1060011   of  the MILPERSMAN. SELECTIVE TRAINING AND REENLISTMENT (STAR) PROGRAM The    STAR    program offers    career    designation to first    term    enlisted     members   who    enlist    or  reenlist and thereby become eligible for the following career incentives: Guaranteed assignment to   an   appropriate class “A” or  “C” school,   but    not   both Guaranteed     advancement    from   petty    officer   third class,  to  petty    officer    second  class  on  completion of  a  class  “C” school  or  class  “C” school  package, if   otherwise eligible Guaranteed advancement to   petty     officer    third class   on  completion of  Phase   I  of  an  AEF    class “A”   school under automatic advancement procedures    for   the   AEF   Program SRB,   if   otherwise eligible . For additional information and eligibility requirements, refer to article 1060020 of     the MILPERSMAN. GUARANTEED ASSIGNMENT RETENTION DETAILING (GUARD III) PROGRAM The    GUARD III program offers    two    guaranteed assignments within a  25-year career    timeframe for active duty USN, USNR-R (TAR), and USNR personnel    in   return     for   a  4-,  5-,  or  6-year   reenlistment. The    first guaranteed assignment must be   used during a  member’s    first reenlistment. For    GUARD purposes only, first reenlistment is    defined as    a member’s first   immediate    reenlistment; that   is,  there   has been    no   lapse    in    active service.    Any    broken service, whether Navy    or  in   any   other    component    of  the   armed services,   is   not   considered   as  a  first    reenlistment under this    program. Subsequent guarantees for   those    personnel who have   received   one  or  two   guaranteed     assignments    under GUARD I   and/or    GUARD II   in   their     first 10 years    of service   or  who   are  in   their     second  or. subsequent    term, are   entitled to   one   additional guaranteed assignment under   this    program. The GUARD III assignment is     the result of negotiations between    the   member    and   his/her detailer for   a  mutually agreeable    assignment. All    assignments must    be  to  valid billet requirements and   must    be  in accordance   with     priorities established by   the   manning control     authorities (MCAs). For additional information and eligibility requirements, refer   to  chapter   8  of the   EnListed   Transfer Manual (ENLTMNSMAN), NAVPERS 15909. PRE-SEPARATION COUNSELING Now,   turn    you   attention to  the   opposite   side  of  the spectrum-separations. In   this    section,    the   discussion centers    around pre-separation counseling information that    you   should    know.    You   should    always    provide    this information to personnel whenever you conduct pre-separation interviews. Pre-separation counseling involves a  discussion     of military obligation     in   the  Naval    Reserve  effective   1 June 1984, Naval Reserve affiliation of discharged personnel, wearing of   the    uniform after discharge, dependents’   travel and    shipment of   household goods, and   transportation of  household goods.   This     section also     discusses information you should provide to members     who    are   separating if   they    have    questions concerning service    and   pay    status    while on  inactive duty.   Additionally, this    section   contains    a  discussion    on the possession of    handguns by members upon separation and     the transitional health insurance coverage available to    certain members and     their dependents. . When   you   interview or  counsel   personnel     who    are separating from   the   Navy,    make   sure   that    you   always refer     to   the    Separation and Reenlistment Guide, addendum A,    of   the     Enlisted Transfer Manual, NAVPERS     11590,  for   guidance.    Also   refer   to  any   other pertinent instructions and/or manuals that discuss enlisted    separations. MILITARY OBLIGATION IN   THE     NAVAL RESERVE As  previously mentioned,     effective    1 June    1984,  all members,    who   enlisted     and/or    who   have    subsequently _ enlisted    in   the   Navy    acquire    a  total    military obligation of  8 years   under   the   provisions    of  Title    10 U.S.C.  section 651,  as  amended  by  the   Fiscal   Year   1984  Department     of Defense    (DOD)    Authorization Act.    This     service    may be  performed    in   the   Regular    Navy    or  as  a  combination of   Regular Navy, and    Naval Reserve service. For specific    information on   the   various means   of  fulfilling 13-5

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