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Figure 2-3.-Limited duty officer and warrant officer career paths. Competition in both of these programs has been and  will  be  particularly  keen.  If  you  are  interested  in applying  for  these  programs,  you  should  begin preparation early in your career. To better prepare for officer  status,  you  should  seek  to  increase  your knowledge  by  on-the-job  training  and  specialized training  through  schools  and  correspondence  courses. Detailed  instructions  including  the  category  to  which each enlisted rating may advance are contained in the Service Procurement for Appointment Under the Active and  Inactive  Limited  Duty  Officer  and  Chief  Warrant Officer   Programs,   NAVMILPERSCOMINST 1131.1. 2-13

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