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BUPERSINST 1430.16F PERS-81 2 Nov 07 BUPERS INSTRUCTION 1430.16F From: Subj: Encl: Chief of Naval Personnel ADVANCEMENT MANUAL FOR ENLISTED PERSONNEL OF THE U.S. NAVY AND U.S. NAVY RESERVE (1) Advancement Manual for the Enlisted Personnel of U.S. Navy and U.S. Navy Reserve administering the members serving on Reserve, and inactive a complete revision and

1. Purpose. To provide procedures for advancement in rate system for enlisted active duty in the U.S. Navy, U.S. Navy U.S. Navy Reserve. This instruction is should be reviewed in its entirety.

2. Cancellation. BUPERSINST 1430.16E, BUPERSINST 1430.17F, and BUPERSINST 1401.2. 3. Background. This instruction supports advancement policy of Chief of Naval Personnel (CHNAVPERS). It provides instructions for determining eligibility requirements for advancement, preparing necessary forms and messages and effecting advancements and changes in rating. It also contains procedures for ordering, maintaining, and disposing Navy-wide examinations for advancement. 4. Policy. To delineate the authority for advancement of enlisted personnel in the U.S. Navy and U.S. Navy Reserve. a. Authority to Advance Enlisted Personnel to Paygrades E7 through E9. Enlisted personnel are advanced to paygrades E7 through E9 after selection by a board convened by CHNAVPERS or under special programs authorized in specific directives issued by CHNAVPERS. Therefore, CHNAVPERS is the sole authority for advancement of personnel to paygrades E7 through E9, and the sole authority for the removal of enlisted personnel selected for advancement to E7 to E9 from a selection board list. b. Authority to Advance Enlisted Personnel to Paygrades E2 through E6. Enlisted personnel may be advanced to paygrades E2 through E6 after meeting all criteria of the Navy Enlisted Advancement System (NEAS) outlined in enclosure (1).

BUPERSINST 1430.16F 2 Nov 07 Advancements in these paygrades are not referred to CHNAVPERS. Commanding officers (COs) and officers in charge (OICs) have the independent authority to advance personnel to paygrades E4 through E6 after the personnel meet all requirements of this manual and compete successfully in NEAS. An OIC, for purposes of this manual, is a commissioned officer who is ordered by competent authority to an Officer in Charge requirement designated on a valid manpower document for a commissioned or established unit. A unit is commissioned" or established if it is listed in the Standard Navy Distribution List (SNDL). A reserve unit is commissioned or established if it has a CNOapproved Reserve Unit Assignment Document (RUAD). An OIC, as defined above, has the same authority as a CO within NEAS. c. For guidance on reduction in rate of enlisted personnel due to incompetency, see MILPERSMAN 1450-010. 5. Significant Changes. This is a simple brief summary of changes so users are reminded to review the instruction in its entirety. The most important policy changes contained in this instruction include: a. Chapter 1. Special Selection Board guidelines in the cancelled BUPERSINST 1401.2 are incorporated. Identified additional offices with NEAS-related responsibilities. b. Chapter 2. Changes in the Navy Leadership Development Program (NLDP) requirement and early Time-in-Rate (TIR) waivers (for two consecutive exam cycles vice one). c. Chapter 3. Changes in the awards point values in Table 3-1, and the deletion of points for the Aviation Aircrew Insignia, Recruiting Duty, and T-AFS Tours. d. Chapter 4. Additional guidelines on ordering of advancement-in-rate examinations are provided. e. Chapter 5. Additional guidelines on handling, accountability, and stowage of advancement-in-rate examinations are provided to include emphasis on security requirements for proctors. f. Chapter 6. Additional guidelines on administration of advancement-in-rate examinations and E8/9 candidate validation

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BUPERSINST 1430.16F 2 Nov 07 process are provided. Incorporate the latest procedures in forwarding examination returns as promulgated in a previous NAVADMIN message. g. Chapter 7. Additional guidelines on effecting advancements/change in rate or rating are provided. h. Chapter 8. New Chapter - guidelines for the Combat Meritorious Advancement Program (CMAP) are provided. i. Chapter 9. New Chapter - guidelines for the Posthumous Advancements are provided. j. Chapter 10. New Chapter - brief discussion on Recruiting Meritorious Advancement included. k. Chapter 11. New Chapter - Command Advancement Program (CAP) guidelines are incorporated. BUPERSINST 1430.17F is hereby cancelled. l. Chapter 12. New Chapter - brief discussion on Navy Enlisted Selection Boards (E7 through E9) is provided. 6. Action. To ensure proper administration of NEAS, all personnel involved with advancement of enlisted members shall become thoroughly familiar with the contents of this instruction. Personnel responsible for preparation of worksheets and service record entries relating to advancement must read and comply with all aspects of this instruction. 7. Forms. Forms used in the enlisted advancement process are identified in enclosure (1), appendix B.

E. MASSO Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy Deputy Chief of Naval Personnel Distribution: Electronic only, via BUPERS Web site http://buperscd.technology.navy.mil/ 3

BUPERSINST 1430.16F 2 Nov 07

ADVANCEMENT MANUAL FOR THE ENLISTED PERSONNEL OF THE U.S. NAVY AND U.S. NAVY RESERVE

Enclosure (1)

BUPERSINST 1430.16F 2 Nov 07 TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE CHAPTER 1 NAVY ENLISTED ADVANCEMENT SYSTEM (NEAS) GENERAL INFORMATION 100. 101. 102. 103. PURPOSE OF THE ADVANCEMENT MANUAL......................1-1 APPLICABILITY OF THE ADVANCEMENT MANUAL................1-2 CONCEPTS OF NEAS.......................................1-3 TABLE 1-1 - FINAL MULTIPLE SCORE (FMS) COMPUTATION.....1-4 TABLE 1-2 - CONVERSION CHART (MONTHS TO DECIMAL VALUES)..1-4 RESPONSIBILITIES.......................................1-7 TABLE 1-3 - NON-EXAMINATION ADVANCEMENT PROGRAMS.......1-8 TABLE 1-4 - SAMPLE NEAS ADMINISTRATIVE CHECKLIST.......1-9

CHAPTER 2 ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS 200. 201. 202. 203. 204. GENERAL ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS.......................2-1 TABLE 2-1 - ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS CHECKLIST.........2-1 CO/OIC RECOMMENDATION..................................2-2 TIME-IN-RATE (TIR).....................................2-2 TABLE 2-2 - BASIC TIR REQUIREMENTS.....................2-2 PATH OF ADVANCEMENT....................................2-2 SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS OF CERTAIN RATES AND RATINGS......2-3 TABLE 2-3 - RATINGS AND PROGRAMS REQUIRING SECURITY CLEARANCES.................................2-3 TABLE 2-4 RATINGS REQUIRING CITIZENSHIP AND ACCESS TO CLASSIFIED INFORMATION..................2-4 REQUIRED SERVICE SCHOOLS...............................2-7 EVALUATION COMPLETED IN APPROPRIATE CYCLE..............2-7 MEDICAL OR DISCIPLINARY STATUS.........................2-7 SELECTEES FOR OFFICER/WARRANT APPOINTMENTS.............2-8 SELECTION BOARD ELIGIBILITY FOR SUBMITTED/APPROVED FLEET RESERVE (FLTRES) OR RETIRED RESERVE REQUESTS.....2-9 DOCUMENTATION OF ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS..............2-10 PERFORMANCE TESTS......................................2-10 NAVY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (NLDP).............2-11 ENLISTED WARFARE QUALIFICATIONS........................2-11 SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR EXAMINATION OF PERSONNEL IN FORMAL TRAINING........................................2-11 SATISFACTORY PARTICIPATION IN THE NAVY RESERVE.........2-13

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Enclosure (1)

BUPERSINST 1430.16F 2 Nov 07 216. SERVICE REQUIREMENTS AND TERMINAL ELIGIBILITY DATE (TED).................................2-13 TABLE 2-5 TERMINAL ELIGIBILITY DATE (TED) REQUIREMENTS...............................2-13 TABLE 2-6 TOTAL ACTIVE FEDERAL MILITARY SERVICE (TAFMS) REQUIREMENTS FOR ADVANCEMENT.......2-14 TABLE 2-7 - TAFMS COMPUTATION..........................2-14 TABLE 2-8 - TIR DATE ASSIGNMENTS.......................2-16 FIGURE 2-1 PAGE 13 ENTRY FOR NAVET/OSVET TIR RECOMPUTATION..............................2-17 EXAMINATION PARTICIPATION FOR LDO PURPOSES.............2-21

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CHAPTER 3 ADVANCEMENT IN RATE OR CHANGE OF RATING (THE WORKSHEET) 300. 301. 302. 303. 304. 305. 306. 307. 308. 309. 310. 311. 312. 313. 314. PURPOSE AND PREPARATION OF THE WORKSHEET...............3-1 FIGURE 3-1 - EXAMPLE WORKSHEET.........................3-2 FIGURE 3-2 - EXAMPLE ANSWER SHEET......................3-3 NAME (BLOCK 1).........................................3-4 SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (BLOCK 2).......................3-4 EXAM RATE (BLOCK 3)....................................3-4 CYCLE (BLOCK 4)........................................3-4 EXAMINATION SERIAL (BLOCK 5)...........................3-4 E8/9 CANDIDATES (BLOCK 6)..............................3-5 FILL IN IF APPLICABLE (BLOCK 7)........................3-5 AWARDS (BLOCK 8).......................................3-5 TABLE 3-1 - AWARD POINT VALUES.........................3-6 PERFORMANCE MARK AVERAGE (PMA) (BLOCK 9)...............3-8 DATE (BLOCK 10)........................................3-10 PERM DUSTA UIC (BLOCK 11)..............................3-10 BLOCKS A THROUGH E ....................................3-10 CORRECTIONS TO WORKSHEET AND ANSWER SHEET..............3-11 EARLY IDENTIFICATION OF CANDIDATES WITH EXAMINATION DISCREPANCIES..........................................3-12

CHAPTER 4 ORDERING EXAMINATIONS 400. 401. METHODS TO ORDER EXAMINATIONS..........................4-1 TIMELINE FOR ORDERING EXAMINATIONS.....................4-1 FIGURE 4-1 - SAMPLE FORMAT FOR ORDERING REGULAR OR SUPPLEMENTAL ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATIONS.... 4-3 FIGURE 4-2 - SAMPLE FORMAT FOR ORDERING SUBSTITUTE ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATIONS. ................4-4

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Enclosure (1)

BUPERSINST 1430.16F 2 Nov 07 FIGURE 4-3 - NAVY ENLISTED ADVANCEMENT SYSTEM (NEAS)