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Which instruction contains Naval advancement system information? (Page 16-3)

BUPERSINST 1430.16

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What are the two categories that ratings are divided into? (Page 16-3)

Service and General

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What are the military requirements for a paygrade? (Page 16-5)

NA VSTDs

4

What contains the minimum occupational requirements of a particular rate? (Page 16-5)

OCCSTDs

5

Which skills and abilities can best be demonstrated (shown) by actual performance? (Page 16-6)

PARS

6

What are developed by exam writers to help Sailors study for advancement-in-rate examinations? (Page 16-6)

BIB

7

How many years are performance marks averaged to arrive at the merit rating? (Page 16-7)

3

8

What is the maximum number of days that members serving on code 1 shore duty are required to be absent from the corporate limits of their duty stations? (Page 16-10)

99

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Personnel serving at code 2 sea duty stations can expect to be away from their home port/home base in excess of how many days per year? (Page 16-10)

150

10

School assignments of less than how many months are classified as code 5 neutral duty? (Page 16-10)

18

11

Duty performed in commissioned vessels or activities in an active status that operate away from their home port/home base in excess of how many days per year are credited as double sea credited because of the nature of the mission? (Page 16-10)

50

12

Who is the senior enlisted person who matches personnel within a particular rate or specialty with the available Navy wide billets? (Page 16-10)

Enlisted detailer

13

How long after being stationed at their first duty station should personnel submit a duty preference form? (Page 16-11)

6 months

14

What is the most significant personnel management tool in the service record? (Page 16-13)

Evaluation Report and Counseling Record

15

Which eval trait is not required unless abilities are clearly demonstrated for personnel in paygrades E-1 through E-3? (Page 16- 14)

Leadership

16

How often is the Evaluation Report and Counseling Record for E-3 and below submitted? (Page 16-14)

Biannually

17

What form is used to document the official history of a person’s Naval career? (Page 16-15)

NAVPERS 1070/600

18

What form is used to document dependents and emergency data in the service record? (Page 16-16)

NAVPERS 1070/602W

19

Which service record form documents the Enlisted Qualifications History? (Page 16-16)

NAVPERS 1070/604

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What words are used to show that the CO has authorized a person to sign the document? (Page 16-22)

By direction

21

What systems are used to improve fleet material readiness? (Page 16-23)

3-M

22

Fundamentals, Systems, along with what else are the three sections that PQS standards are divided into? (Page 16-24)

Watch Stations

23

Which PQS section deals with the major working parts of the installation, organization, or equipment that the PQS is concerned with? (Page 16-24)

Systems

24

What is it called when personnel are taught skills that are directed toward specific tasks? (Page 16-24)

Training

25

What is it called when personnel are taught broad, general, or specific knowledge? (Page 16-24)

Education

26

Who is the point of contact for all Navy training and education programs? (Page 16-25)

Educational Services Officer (ESO)

27

What type of training teaches personnel how to perform a duty or task by actually doing it? (Page 16-25)

OJT

28

What type of non-occupational training are all naval personnel required to take on a periodic basis? (Page 16-25)

General Military Training (GMT)

29

Which type of schools provide general indoctrination and teach basic military skills and knowledge? (Page 16-26)

Class “R”

30

Which type of schools provide the basic technical knowledge and skills required to prepare personnel for a Navy rating as well as further specialized training? (Page16-26)

Class “A”

31

Which type of schools provide personnel with the advanced knowledge, skills, and techniques required to perform a particular job in a billet? (Page 16-26)

Class “C”

32

Which type of schools provide team training to officer and enlisted fleet personnel who are normally ship company members? (Page 16-26)

Class “F”

33

Which type of schools provide training in the skills that lead to the designation of naval aviator or naval flight officer? (Page 16-26)

Class “V”

34

Which command publishes TRAMANs? (Page 16-26)

NETPDTC

35

What name is given to the in-service voluntary educational programs and the supporting services provided by the Navy to help you with your education? (Page 16-27)

Navy Campus

36

Which program provides undergraduate courses from accredited colleges or universities to shipboard personnel? (Page 16-27)

Program for Afloat College Education (PACE)

37

What provides a wide range of examination and certification programs, operates an independent study support system, and provides other support and developmental activities? (Page 16-27)

DANTES

38

Up to how many months does the Enlisted Education Advancement Program (EEAP) allow career-motivated individuals to earn an associate of arts/sciences degree? (Page 16-27)

24

39

How many enlisted men and women from the Regular Navy or Regular Marine Corps may be appointed by the Secretary of the Navy to the Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland? (Page 16-28)

85

40

Which program is intended to help people who have been educationally deprived but have demonstrated they have the basic qualities and desires needed to earn a commission? (Page 16-29)

BOOST

41

How many years do personnel have to complete a baccalaureatedegree when they are enrolled in the ECP? (Page 16-29)

2

42

How many programs are there for enlisted personnel who possess a baccalaureate degree or higher that lead to U.S. Naval Reserve commissions? (Page 16-29)

Six

43

Which commissioning program selects senior enlisted personnel to become commissioned officers without requiring a degree? (Page 16-30)

LDOs

44

Who convenes the Seaman to Admiral board to select eligible applicants? (Page 16-30)

Chief of Naval Personnel (CNP)

45

If personnel separate from the Navy at their EAOS but have not completed at least how many years of service they will not receive a discharge but will be “separated” from active naval service? (Page 16-31)

8

46

How many types of discharges from Naval Service are there? (Page 16-31)

Five

47

Which type of discharge indicates satisfactory service by personnel but not to the standards established by the Navy? (Page 16- 31)

General

48

Commanding Officers can recommend personnel for a Navy Good Conduct Medal as a reward for how many years of good conduct? (Page 16-32)

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