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BUPERSINST 1430.16F ADVANCEMENT MANUAL FOR ENLISTED PERSONNEL OF THE U.S. NAVY AND U.S. NAVY RESERVE
Fun Time Seaman A.J. Squaredaway just joined the Navy as an E1. If he makes rank every time he is eligible (no EP’s), when will he make E7? Answer: 9 Years or 108 months
Fun Time Chief Salty joined the Navy as an E3. He made E4 second time up. He made E5 in 36 months. He made E6 first time up using a TIR wavier. He made E7 after his fifth time up. How long has Chief Salty been in the Navy? Answer: 13 years or 156 months
Chapters CHAPTER 1 – NAVY ENLISTED ADVANCEMENT SYSTEM (NEAS) GENERAL INFORMATION CHAPTER 2 – ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS CHAPTER 3 – ADVANCEMENT IN RATE OR CHANGE OF RATING (THE WORKSHEET) CHAPTER 4 – ORDERING EXAMINATIONS CHAPTER 5 – HANDLING, ACCOUNTABILITY, AND STOWAGE OF EXAMINATIONS CHAPTER 6 – ADMINISTRATION OF NAVY-WIDE ADVANCEMENT-IN-RATE EXAMINATIONS CHAPTER 7 – EFFECTING ADVANCEMENTS/CHANGE IN RATE OR RATING CHAPTER 8 – COMBAT MERITORIOUS ADVANCEMENT PROGRAM (CMAP) CHAPTER 9 – POSTHUMOUS ADVANCEMENTS CHAPTER 10 – RECRUITING MERITORIOUS ADVANCEMENTS CHAPTER 11 – COMMAND ADVANCEMENT PROGRAM (CAP) CHAPTER 12 – NAVY ENLISTED SELECTION BOARDS (E7 THROUGH E9)
Advancement to E2 and E3 Personnel meeting minimum time-in-rate (TIR) requirements will be advanced automatically to E2 and E3 without local action. A special performance evaluation is not required to document recommendation for advancement.
Advancement to E4 through E7 Advancement candidates E4 through E7 take competitive examinations that are used as part of a Final Multiple Score (FMS). The FMS system is based on knowledge, performance, and experience factors, and considers the "whole person" in its selection criteria. For E7, the FMS is comprised of the examination score and performance evaluations. For E4 through E6, the factors consider a candidate's advancement-in-rate examination score, performance evaluations, service in paygrade, awards, and previous examination performances.
EXAM FACTORPAYGRADECOMPUTATION E4/E5 MAX POINTS E6 MAX POINTS E7 MAX POINTS STANDARD SCORE (SS) ALL Indicated on Exam Profile Sheet 80 (38%) 80 (33.5%) 80 (60%) PERFORMANCE E4/E5 (PMA X 80) - 230 90 (43%) E6 (PMA X 80) - 204 116 (48.4%) E7 (PMA X 13) 52 (40%) SERVICE IN PAYGRADE (SIPG) E4/E5 SIPG + 7.5 15 (7%) E6 SIPG + 9.5 17 (7%) AWARDS E4/E5 Values listed in Chapter 3, Table 3- 1 10 (5%) E6 12 (5%) PASS NOT ADVANCE (PNA) POINTS E4/E5 PNA Pts from last five exam cycles 15 (7%) E6 15 (6%) MAXIMUM FMS POSSIBLE (100%) 210240132
AUTHORITY TO ADVANCE Chief of Naval Personnel is the sole authority for advancement of personnel to paygrades E7 through E9. Commanding Officers and Officers in Charge have the independent authority to advance personnel to paygrades E4 through E6.
Advancement to E7, E8, and E9 by Selection Board Action Advancement to E7, E8, and E9 requires selection board action. Candidates who qualify for selection board consideration are designated SELECTION BOARD ELIGIBLE (SBE). E7 candidates must be designated SBE by competing in a Navy-wide advancement examination and meeting final multiple requirements for their rate. E8 and E9 candidates are designated SBE on the basis of their CO/OIC recommendation and the TIR eligibility. Selection boards are convened annually by Chief of Naval Personnel (CHNAVPERS).
QUALIFYING TO TAKE THE EXAM CO Recommendation Meet minimum time in rate (TIR) requirement Be in proper path for advancement Meet special rating requirements: * Security clearance eligibility * Citizenship requirements
E6 EXAM REQUIREMENT FOR CONSIDERATION TO LDO E6 personnel must pass the E7 advancement-in-rate exam prior to submitting a package for the LDO selection board.
SELECTEES FOR OFFICER/WARRANT APPOINTMENTS Enlisted members selected for temporary or permanent officer or warrant appointments are ineligible for consideration by E7/8/9 selection boards and must be invalidated by their command. Selectee must formally decline the commission and notification must be made to NAVPERSCOM and NETPDTC by message before the convening dates of the enlisted selection boards or date specified on the Officer Program Selection Results NAVADMIN message to be considered by the appropriate enlisted selection board.
Exceptions: Seaman to Admiral Medical Enlisted Commissioning Program Medical Service Corps In-Service Procurement Program
SELECTION BOARD ELIGIBILITY SUBMITTED/APPROVED FLTRES OR RETIRED RESERVE Transfer to the FLTRES. Except for Fleet Reservists recalled to active duty, E6/7/8 members who have submitted formal written requests for transfer to the FLTRES are ineligible for further advancement consideration, unless the request is HYT-mandated. Personnel who will be over established HYT for their present paygrade on the first day of the advancement cycle are ineligible for advancement and will not be considered by selection boards.
TERMINAL ELIGIBILITY DATE (TED) REQUIREMENTS Examination Date Advancement to Terminal Eligibility Date February / March E4 through E6 1 July of the same year August / September 1 January of the next year November E8 and E9 1 October of the next year January / February E7 1 January of the next year
TOTAL ACTIVE FEDERAL MILITARY SERVICE (TAFMS) (Active Duty Only) Minimum active service for a person must have to compete as a regular candidate for advancement. PAYGRADE DOD TAFMS PAYGRADE E2 6 months E6 7 years E3 1 year E7 11 years E4 2 years E8 16 years E5 3 years E9 19 years
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS Required service schools Evaluation completed in appropriate cycle Medical or disciplinary status Hospitalized personnel Awaiting Medical Board Action Limited Duty status Disciplinary status Physical Readiness
TIR WAIVER REQUIREMENTS Early Promote Sailors – CO/OICs may waive up to 1 year of the required TIR for Sailors in paygrades E5 and E6 who received a promotion recommendation of “EP” on their most recent observed periodic evaluation. CO’s can authorize the early TIR waiver for up to two consecutive examination cycles covered by the most recent observed periodic evaluation report.
EXAMINATION PARTICIPATION FOR LDO PURPOSES YN2 Smith is a selectee for YN1 from March 2009 advancement cycle. His TIR for E6 is 1 July 2009. He will complete 1 year as an E6 on 1 July 2010, and is eligible to participate in the January 2010 CPO examination for LDO purposes if he is submitting a LDO application for 1 October 2010.
EXAMINATION PARTICIPATION FOR LDO PURPOSES YN2 Jones is a selectee for YN1 from September 2009 advancement cycle. Her TIR date for E6 is 1 January 2010. She will complete 1 year as an E6 on 1 January 2011, and is eligible to participate in the January 2011 CPO exam for LDO purposes if she is submitting a LDO application for 1 October 2011.
More Fun Time DoD has established the Total Active Federal Military Service (TAFMS) requirement which is to be met prior to a member’s advancement to a given paygrade. What are the following TAFMS? E7 = 11 Years E8 = 16 Years E9 = 19 Years
More Fun Time! If a candidate for selection loses their advancement recommendation after convening of the selection board for which they are competing, commands must do what? Inform NETPDTC (N321) and NAVPERSCOM (PERS-811/812) of the administrative action taken against the individual. The quick action of the command allows the selection board to be notified of the loss of recommendation and possibly modifying their selection results.
EVALUATIONS If a service member’s service record does not contain an evaluation report for the correct paygrade or with an ending date during the period specified in the current exam cycle, a special evaluation can be prepared. It must have the following ending dates:
ENDING DATES FOR SPECIAL EVALUATIONS 31 December for the January exam 31 January for the February (IR) exam 28/29 February for the March exam 31 July for the August (IR) exam 31 August for the September exam
Evaluations NOT to be used: Prepared on or after the first day of the month of the regularly scheduled exam With an ending date that does not fall within the computation period of the cycle In a lower paygrade AT/ADT evaluations for inactive duty drilling Navy Reservists Prepared for the sole purpose of raising the PMA Letter supplements submitted after the 1 st day of the month in which an advancement exam is scheduled.
EXAMINATION SCHEDULE (Days below may be changed as announced) PAYGRADE ACTIVE DUTY MARCHSEPTEMBERFEBRUARYAUGUST E6 1 st Thursday During Month During month E5 2 nd Thursday E4 3 rd Thursday E7JANUARYFEBRUARY 3 rd Thursday During month
ADVANCEMENT CYCLES PAYGRADEADVANCEMENT CYCLES E4/5/6 1 January – 30 June 1 July – 31 December E7 1 September – 31 August E8/9 1 July – 30 June
Non-Examination Advancement Programs Combat Meritorious Advancement Program (CMAP) – BUPERSINST 1430.16 Meritorious advancement for recruiting personnel – BUPERSINST 1430.16 Command Advancement Program (CAP) – BUPERSINST 1430.16
Combat Meritorious Advancement Program (CMAP) This program was established to promote Sailors in pay grades E1 through E5 in recognition of uncommon valor and extraordinary deeds demonstrated while engaged in, or in direct support of, combat operations.
Recruiting Meritorious Advancements This program was established to recognize the very best all-around enlisted recruiter from all eligible paygrades under Commander, Navy Recruiting Command (COMNAVCRUITCOM).
Command Advancement Program (CAP) This program allows certain COs to advance eligible personnel in paygrades E3, E4, and E5 to the next higher paygrade without reference to higher authority. This program is intended to function in conjunction with, not replace, the Navy's established advancement system.