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How are Navy advancement quotas determined?

How are Navy advancement quotas determined?

Quotas, or vacancies, within each rating community and paygrade are determined by the Chief of Naval Personnel, Commander, Naval Reserve Force, and Enlisted Community Managers. Advancement opportunity and career progression are directly linked to a rating’s manning level.

Where do navy advancement results get posted?

The Navy Advancement Center (NAC) posts the two years or more of advancement results for Active Duty and SELRES cycles. You can view exam statistics by UIC or rate by logging into My Navy Portal (MNP).

What total number of guns are required to salute a vice admiral?

Additionally, ships may – with approval from the office of the secretary of the Navy – provide gun salutes for senior officers using the following protocol: Admiral: 17 guns. Vice Admiral: 15 guns.

Should I date while separated?

Is Dating ok during a separation? As long as you are living apart, and abide by any legal agreements, dating while separated is legal. However, dating while separated may have emotional implications that may impact the quality of life for your entire family for years to come.

What are the Navy Petty Officer Advancement quotas for 2020?

The Navy released the spring 2020 petty officer advancement quotas for active-duty and Full Time Support (FTS) to advance to E-4, E-5 and E-6, July 22. CY 247 Advancement Quotas Active Duty quotas can be found here. Full Time Support quotas can be found here.

What happened to E-8 and E-9 advancement opportunities?

In the reserve full time support community advancements to E-9 are seeing a slight increase in opportunity, while E-8 advancements are having a slight drop in opportunity. The slight rise at E-9 was the result of a rise in both eligible Sailors and quotas with 127 senior chief’s competing for 29 quotas.

Where was the 2021 Navy E-8 selection board held?

Senior enlisted selection season kicked off March 2, at Navy Personnel Command as the Fiscal Year 2021 selected reserve and reserve full time support E-8 and E-9 selection board convened in Millington, Tenn.

What are the odds of moving up in the Navy E-8 program?

At E-8, 1,833 eligible Sailors are competing for 195 vacancies, a 10.64 percent chance to move up an over two percent rise from last year’s 8.28 percent. Those percentages are both above the selected reserve nine year average of 10.18 at E-9 and 10.92 at E-8.