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from    active    duty,    also   retain their     rate    as  do  Regular Navy personnel. Timely affiliation is    considered affiliation within 90  days  after   release   from   active   duty. Continued advancement is   the    same   as  for   active duty    personnel     with     examinations for   E-4  through E-6 being    given    in   February and   August.     Selection    Boards for   E-7,   E-8,   and   E-9   selection   board   eligible     candidates convene,    as  for   active    duty    members,    except   that    they convene    during different months.     The   Aduancenment Manual shows   the   months    that    Selection    Boards   meet to   select   eligible     candidates. Always refer to    the     Advancement Manual, BUPERSINST 1430.16, for    additional information concerning advancement of  Reserve    personnel. For    information concerning additional benefits which are   available to   Naval     Reserve   Personnel,     refer to  chapter    12 of the  Retention    Team  Manual, NAVPERS 15878. RETIREMENT This    section   contains    a  discussion    about   retirement eligibility, qualifying service    for   retirement, defines anniversary year,    and   discusses   how   Naval    Reservists can  earn   retirement points. Retirement Eligibility Members of  the    Naval Reserve     may    qualify for retirement pay   by   completing 20  years    of  qualifying service.    The   last    8  years   of  qualifying service   must   be accomplished in a    Reserve component. Upon application, qualified reservists are   eligible to  begin receiving     retirement pay  and   other   benefits    on  reaching age  60. Qualifying Service According to   current directives, a  Naval     Reservist must    earn    a minimum of  50.retirements points    in   an anniversary year   to  be  credited   with     1 year   of  qualifying service   for   retirement purposes. Anniversary Year An   anniversary year   is  defined    as the   date   of  entry into   the   Naval    Reserve  to  a  date  365  days  in   the   future, provided     there    is   no  break   in   service   of  over   24  hours. After    a  break    of  more   than    24  hours,    the   reentry date into   Naval    Reserve  starts   a  new   anniversary year. 13-3 Retirement Points     Earned One  point    is  awarded    for  each  day   of  active   duty    or AT/ADT     including constructive travel     time    served.   One point    is   awarded    for   each  authorized drill     attended    that can  be  either    on  a  pay   or  non-pay    status.   Also,   varying point    credits   can  be  awarded   for   completion    of  approved correspondence courses. Additionally, a  maximum of 15  gratuitous points    can   be  credited    for   completion of membership in    an   active status     reserve component during     an  anniversary year   except   for   Standby    Reserve. The Commanding Officer, Naval Reserve Personnel    Center,   issues  retirement point    statements    to reservists    annually. Each  reservist    should   receive   his   or her     statement approximately 5   months after each anniversary date. NOTE: No.   more     than 60    inactive points per anniversary year    can   he   credited for   retirement pay computation purposes. The   60  inactive     points    are  combined   with     all   active points earned per    anniversary year     to   be   used    in retirement pay   computations. TRAINING AND     ADMINISTRATION OF RESERVE PROGRAM The   purpose    of  the   Training and  Administration of Reserve (TAR) Program is    to    manage, train, and administer the   Naval    Reserve   according    to  the   policies prescribed     by   the   Chief    of  Naval     Operations (CNO). Enlisted     TAR   personnel    serve   in   demanding    billets at   sea  and   ashore.   They    provide    the   functional support necessary to    prepare Naval Reservists to    conduct prompt and   sustained operations in    support of  U.S. national interest. Enlisted TAR    personnel may    be assigned    to  the   following types   of  duty: l     Operational units     such   as Naval     Reserve    Force ships l Small    shore   activities such   as  reserve    centers l Major shore staffs/commands, such as    the Bureau of  Naval Personnel (BUPERS), Commander Naval     Reserve    Force   (COMNAVRESFOR), and   Naval Hospitals Career     Opportunities exist     in   the    Enlisted TAR’ program for enlisted personnel in many ratings, including the   YN   and   PN   ratings.     Recall/conversion to the   TAR program   is  normally     restricted    to  paygrade   E-5 and   below.   However,    there   are  limited     opportunities for .

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