MR for PO 3&2Chapter Four covers the highly complex Navy Organization, warfare, designations, LDO/CWO Programs & service records, fleet reserve, and retirement.
The Navy Enlisted Classification Structure NEC has three major subsystems:
1. Enlisted rating structure
2. Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) Structure
3. Special Qualification
The official reference for NECs is the manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower & Personnel Classification and Occupational Standards.
LDO & CWO- These you will want to remember, you may see them on an exam sooner or later.
CWO & LDO programs do not require a college education.
For CWO you must be an E7, E-8, or E-9. You must have at least 12 years of service but no more than 24 years of service.
For LDO you must be en E-7 or E-8 with at least 8 years of service but no more than 16 years of service. Please note: E-6s that have completed all the requirements for CPO and have taken the E-7 exam and have a final multiple equal to or greater than the final multiple to pass are eligible for the LDO program.
These were just some of the key points for LDO & CWO eligibility. Page 4-4 in the 3&2 has more information.
Brig Staff Duty: Must be at least an E-4 and have at least 24 months of active duty.
US Navy Ceremonial Guard: E-3 and below are selected from the recruit training command. E-4 and above are selected from those who are eligible for shore duty. This is a 36 month tour for petty officers.
The enlisted service record is an official record of a persons Navy Career. The record is the property of the Navy.
Papers required for safe keeping or for record keeping purposes are filed on the left hand side of the folder. A separator called the Career Performance Data NAVPERS 1070/617 divides the left side. Under this you will find your evaluations and counseling record, commendations and awards correspondence, and previous DD-214s.
Page 2- The Dependency Application/Record of Emergency Data, NAVPERS 1070/602: used by both enlisted and officers. Is used for casualty reporting to next of kin.
Page 4-Enlisted Qualifications History, NAVPERS 1070/604: This page contains Education, Classification, ASVAB testing qualifications, off duty education, correspondence courses, Navy schools, NEC codes, awards, PQS standards, rate advancements, special warfare, etc.
When you reenlist a copy of your record is sent to the Bureau of Naval Personnel and becomes part of your permanent service record.
Fleet Reserve and Retirement Fleet Reserve: Enlisted members with at least 20 years. You may be ordered back to duty without your consent until you reach 30 years of combined duty.
Categories of Retirement
Regular Navy Retired List- An enlisted member of the regular Navy who has completed at least 30 years service. Cannot be called back to active duty without your consent except at time of war or at the discretion of the Secretary of the Navy.
Naval Reserve Retired List: This list is composed of members who are entitled to receive retired pay. You cannot be recalled to active duty without your consent unless it is done by the Secretary of the Navy with the approval of the Secretary of Defense.
Retired Reserve: Consists of the reservists who retired to the Retired Reserve list without pay.
Transfer to the Fleet Reserve
This requires that you complete 2 years at your duty station. You must submit the application no sooner than 12 months and no later than 6 months before your requested transfer date.
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