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Figure 9-11.—Application for the Evaluation of Learning Experiences During Military Service, DD Form 295-Continued
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Chapter X Commisioning Programs
This chapter also discussed TAFMS and explained the  difference  between  regular  and  earl  y  advancement candidates. It also discussed HYT, ESVRs, RCAs, and appointment  certificates.  This  chapter  also  discussed service school eligibility requirements, recruit input, waiver of eligibility requirement, action required on receipt  of  waiver  approval,  OBLISERV  requirements, and defined the types of school quotas. This  chapter  also  discussed  the  assignment  of personnl to special programs. The special programs discussed were the Navy Food Management Teams; Physical Security-Law Enforcement Specialist; Brig Unit Staff Selection and Training; Command Career Counselor  Program;  U.S.  Navy  Ceremonial  Guard; Naval  Aircrew  Program;  Yeoman  (YN)/Personnelman (PN)  Incentives  for  Washington,  DC;  Flag  Officer Writer  and  Staff  Writer;  and  the  Personnel  Exchange Program. Also  discussed  were  the  educational  programs available to Navy enlisted personnel, which are the Navy Campus and On-Base Navy Campus Program; Program for Afloat College Education (PACE); Tuition Assistance   (TA)   Program;   Navy   Campus Certification/Degree  Program;  Service  Members Opportunity   Colleges   Navy   Associate   Degree (SOCNAV)  Program;  Skill  Enhancement  Program, Navy  Campus  High  School  Completion  Program;  the National  Apprenticeship  Program;  The  Defense Activity  for  Non-Traditional  Education  Support (DANTES);  and  the  Enlisted  Education  Advancement Program  (EEAP). The last topic discussed in this chapter was a section on how to apply for credit for military training and experience. 9-22

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