Master-At-Arms (MA)
May 2020
United States Navy Ethos
We are the United States Navy, our Nation's sea power - ready guardians of peace, victorious
in war.
We are professional Sailors and Civilians - a diverse and agile force exemplifying the highest
standards of service to our Nation, at home and abroad, at sea and ashore.
Integrity is the foundation of our conduct; respect for others is fundamental to our character;
decisive leadership is crucial to our success.
We are a team, disciplined and well-prepared, committed to mission accomplishment. We do
not waver in our dedication and accountability to our Shipmates and families.
We are patriots, forged by the Navy's core values of Honor, Courage and Commitment. In
times of war and peace, our actions reflect our proud heritage and tradition.
We defend our Nation and prevail in the face of adversity with strength, determination, and
dignity.
We are the United States Navy.
The Sailor's Creed
I am a United States Sailor.
I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States of
America and I will
obey the orders of those appointed over me.
I represent the fighting spirit of the Navy and those who have gone
before me to defend
freedom and democracy around the world.
I proudly serve my country's Navy combat team with Honor,
Courage, and Commitment.
I am committed to excellence and the fair treatment of all.
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CAREER ROADMAP
Seaman Recruit to Master Chief Roadmap
The educational roadmap below will assist Sailors in the Master-At-Arms community through the process of pursuing
professional development and advanced education using various military and civilian resources e.g. PQS program; JST Joint
Service Transcript; E-Learning; Navy College Network; etc. Successful leadership is the key to military readiness and will always
require a high degree of technical skill, professional knowledge, and intellectual development.
What is a Career Roadmap for Master-At-Arms?
Master-At-Arms roadmaps are just what the name implies - a roadmap through the Enlisted Learning and Development
Continuum from Seaman Recruit through Master Chief. The principal focus is to standardize a program Navy wide by featuring
the existing skills necessary to be successful in the Navy. The ultimate goal of a roadmap is to produce a functional and
competent Sailor.
What is the Enlisted Learning and Development Continuum?
Enlisted Learning and Development Continuum is the formal title given to the curriculum and process building on the foundation
of Sailorization beginning in our Delayed Entry Program through Recruit Training Command and throughout your entire career.
The continuum combines skill training, professional education, well-rounded assignments, and voluntary education. As you
progress through your career, early-on skill training diminishes while professional military education gradually increases.
Experience is the ever-present constant determining the rate at which a Sailor trades skill training for professional development.
Do Sailors have to follow the Roadmap?
Yes. The Master-At-Arms roadmap includes the four areas encompassed by the Continuum in Professional Military Education to
include; Navy Professional Military Education (NPME), Joint Professional Military Education (JPME), Leadership and Advanced
Education.
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Antonio, TX, E-Learning, etc.). Some may be directed by your chain of command (Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint courses),
and the remainder is voluntary (MNP, E-Learning, college courses, etc.). Sailors are advised to seek out mentors, including your
Command Master Chief, Senior Enlisted Advisor, Leading Chief Petty Officer, Leading Petty Officer and Command Career
Counselor, and to make use of your Navy College Virtual Education Center (VEC) or OCONUS Education Office's vast
resources. All are uniquely qualified to help you along the way.
Notes:
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MA CAREER PATH
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Master at Arms (MA). MAs will individually, or as part of a force, be able to conduct Force Protection operations in order to defeat
threats at sea, on shore, and in expeditionary environments. Force Protection is a program that comprises of three pillars:
Antiterrorism, Physical Security and Law Enforcement. Specifically, the MA will conduct scalable force protection and security
providing layered defense for designated assets and critical infrastructure throughout the world. Additionally, MAs will operate in
an integrated at sea/coastal/landward security environment, providing mobile and fixed defensive operations in support of
Commanders performing base defense, expeditionary/combat operations, strategic asset security, law enforcement, corrections, and
special events and operations with other services, host nation partners, and civil authorities.
YEARS
OF
SERVICE
CAREER
MILESTONES
AVERAGE
TIME TO
ADVANCE
COMMISSIONING /
OTHER SPECIAL
PROGRAMS
FLOW
TYPICAL CAREER PATH
DEVELOPMENT
27-30
MACM
21.7 Yrs
5
th
Shore Tour CONUS
Billet: SEA/LCPO/Assessor
Duty: CNIC Installations
/Staff/STAAT/Detailer/NSF
Sponsor/ECM.
Qualification: MTS
24-27
MACM
MACS
21.7 Yrs
18.8
4th Shore Tour
Billet: NSF Sponsor/ECM/
Detailer/MWD Program
Manager/Assessor/SEA/LCPO
/HPU Patrol Leader.
Duty: CNIC Installations/
Staff/NCIS STAAT/NECC/
VQ/ATG.
Qualification: SCI/MTS/NSF
Master Specialist
21-24
MACM
MACS
MAC
MA1
21.7 Yrs
18.8
9.8
CSEL
4
th
Sea Tour INUS/OCONUS
Billet: Dept/Div LCPO/
CMAA/LPO/ATTWO/HPU
TRASUP/HPU Patrol Leader /
MWD Program Manager/
Fleet Kennel Master.
Duty: Ship or Deploying Unit/
CNIC Installations/Staff/CVN/
LHA/LHD/CG/ DDG/
CORIVRON/SWF.
Qualification: ESWS/EAWS/
EXW/NWS/SCI/NSF Master
Specialist
18-21
MACM
MACS
MAC
MA1
21.7 Yrs
18.8
14.9
9.8
CSEL
3
rd
Shore Tour
Billet: SEA/LCPO/OPS
LCPO/LPO/ATO/Instructor/
Detailer/Assessor/Fleet or
Regional Kennel Master/
WCDR/AT TRASUP/ HPU
TRASUP/ HPU Patrol Leader.
Duty: CNIC Installations/
Staff/CENSECFOR/STAAT/
CORIVGRU/VQ/ATG.
Qualification: MTS/SCI/NSF
Master Specialist
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YEARS
OF
SERVICE
CAREER
MILESTONES
AVERAGE
TIME TO
ADVANCE
COMMISSIONING/
OTHER SPECIAL
PROGRAMS
FLOW
TYPICAL CAREER PATH
DEVELOPMENT
17-18
MACS
MAC
MA1
18.8 Yrs
14.9
9.8
CSEL
Restricted Tour
(DRT)
2nd DRT
Billet: SEA/LCPO/LPO/
MWD Kennel Master/AT
TRASUP/HPU TRASUP/
HPU Patrol Leader.
Duty: CNIC Installations
Qualification: SCI(HPU)/
NSF Master Specialist
14-17
MACS
MAC
MA1
18.8 Yrs
14.9
9.8
CSEL
3
rd
Sea Tour
Billet: Dept/Div LCPO/
CMAA/LPO/ATTWO/Fleet or
Regional Kennel Master/AT
TRASUP/ CRF Patrol
Leader/Kennel Master.
Duty: Ship or Deploying Unit/
CNIC Installations/Staff/CVN/
LHA/LHD/CG/ DDG/
CORIVRON/SWF/
SPECWAR.
Qualification: ESWS/EAWS/
EXW/NWS/SCI/NSF Master
Specialist
11-14
MACS
MAC
MA1
MA2
18.8 Yrs
14.9
9.8
LDO, OCS, MECP,
CSEL, Brig
2
nd
Shore Tour
Billet: SEA/Dept/Div/Ops/
LCPO/LPO/ATO/Instructor/
Detailer/Regional Kennel
Master/ Regional MWD
Trainer /Kennel Master/
CNIC/STAAT Assessor/
WCDR/AT TRASUP/HSB
TRASUP/HPU Patrol Leader.
Duty: CNIC Installations/
Staff/NCIS/CORIVGRU/VQ/
ATG/CENSECFOR
Qualification: MTS/SCI/NSF
Master Specialist
8-11
MAC
MA1
MA2
14.9 Yrs
9.8
4.4
LDO, OCS, MECP,
Brig
2
nd
Sea Tour
CONUS or OCONUS
Billet: Dept/Div LCPO/Ops
LCPO/LPO/WCDR/
Investigator/Kennel Master/
MWD Handler/AT
TRASUP/HSB TRASUP/CRF
Patrol Leader/SAMI/CSWI.
Duty: Ship or Sea Going Unit/
CNIC Installation
Staff/CVN/LHA/LHD/CG/
DDG/CORIVRON/SWF/
SPECWAR
Qualification: ESWS/EAWS/
EXW/NWS/NSF Senior
Specialist
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YEARS
OF
SERVICE
CAREER
MILESTONES
AVERAGE
TIME TO
ADVANCE
COMMISSIONING/
OTHER SPECIAL
PROGRAMS
FLOW
TYPICAL CAREER PATH
DEVELOPMENT
5-8
MA2
MA3
4.4 Yrs
2.1
STA-21, OCS, MECP,
Brig
1
st
Shore Tour
Billet: Patrolman/Patrol
SUP/SAMI/CSWI/MWD
Handler/HPU LV II, FTO,
Coxswain/Instructor.
Duty: CNIC Installations/VQ/
CENSECFOR.
Qualification: MTS/SCI/NSF
Specialist
4-5
MA3
MASN
2.1 Yrs
STA-21, OCS, MECP
Restricted Tour
(DRT)
1
st
DRT
Billet: Patrolman/Sentry/
HPU Crewmember/ HPU
Coxswain/MWD Handler.
Duty: CNIC Installations
Qualification: SCI/NSF
Specialist
1-4
MA3
MASN
2.1 Yrs
1
st
Sea Tour
CONUS/OCONUS
Billet: Patrolman/Sentry/
MWD Handler/Coxswain/
HPU or CRF Crewman.
Duty: Ship or Sea going Unit/
CNIC Installations/CVN/LHA
/LHD/CORIVRON/SWF/VQ.
Qualification: ESWS/EAWS
EXW/NWS/SCI/NSF
Specialist
1 +/-
MASN
MASA
MASR
Accession Training
9 Months
Recruit Training and all
schools or training events
required to be completed prior
to reporting to their first
operational command
Notes:
1. “A” school is required
2. All Master-At-Arms (MA) must focus on primary duties and qualify to rank and respective TYCOM
requirements as quickly as possible. Equally important is maintaining security clearance eligibility, weapons
proficiency and worldwide assignability to meet rating needs.
3. MA’s do not have a typical Sea-Shore Flow model, rather the rating operates as a CONUS/OCONUS (or
INUS/OUTUS) rotation with OCONUS or OUTUS tours counting as sea tours for rotational purposes. Shore billets
account for approximately 70% of MA funded billets. With this in mind, all attempts should be made by the
individual to take a sea or deploying billet whenever possible. There is also a requirement for two isolated duty
(without family members) tours during career. Maintaining a diverse history of assignments throughout the Navy
Security Force specialties enhances chances for advancement.
a. MA Billet Selection. Top enlisted MA personnel will be relied upon as advisors to Commanding
Officers and Flag Officers. As such, it is imperative our top enlisted personnel have experience in the majority of
our Security Force Specialties:
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(1) SWFPAC, SWFLANT, TACAMO (VQ Det) assignments. These assignments should be
considered career enhancing due to the unique qualifications required and are considered arduous duty. These tours
are counted as a Sea Tour for rotational purposes.
(2) Dependent Restricted Tours (DRT) in Souda Bay Crete, Diego Garcia, Bahrain, El Salvador,
Bahamas, Deveselu Romania, and Redzikow, Poland. MAs should expect two dependent restricted tours in their
career. These assignments should be career enhancing and are considered arduous duty. These tours are counted as
a Sea Tour for rotational purposes.
(3) Independent Duty Ship tours. (Ensure active involvement with the FCPOA/CPO Mess as
appropriate to paygrade and holding a major collateral duty in order to be competitive amongst peers and at the
selection boards).
(4) Type 4 forward deployed forces (overseas sea duty)
b. Duty Types. Types of duty offer the potential to attain NEC’s and warfare designations. MA’s should
take advantage of these opportunities to stay competitive for advancement:
(1) Installation Security. MAs provide Force Protection support for the Installation Commanding
Officer with the mission of protecting the installation, it’s assets, and it’s personnel. MAs assigned to installations
currently do not have the opportunity to obtain a warfare qualification. NECs 717B, 718B, P01A, P02A, P05A,
P06A and 804A are associated with installation security tours.
(2) Harbor Patrol Unit (HPU). MAs assigned to the HPU operate small craft providing point and
area security for waterside assets and ports. Additionally, HPUs may conduct High Value Unit (HVU) escorts.
MAs assigned to HPUs currently do not have the opportunity to obtain a warfare qualification. Although not
inclusive in all units, MAs assigned to an HPU may be eligible to qualify for the Small Craft Insignia. NEC 853A,
P03A, P04A are associated with HPU tours.
(3) Expeditionary Forces. MAs assigned to the Expeditionary Forces will be assigned to the
Coastal Riverine Force (CRF). The CRF encompasses both the Maritime Expeditionary Security Force (MESF) and
Riverine mission sets. A tour in CRF is a Sea Tour. MAs assigned to the CRF may be performing duties in boat
operations, Aircraft Security Team (AST), Embarked Security Team (EST), Joint Terminal Air Controller (JTAC),
Visit, Board, HVU escorts, Search and Seizure (VBSS), Expeditionary Designated Marksman (EDM),
Expeditionary Small Arms Marksmanship Instructor (ESAMI), and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
(ISR) operations. All MAs assigned to Expeditionary Units are required to qualify as Expeditionary Warfare
Specialist (EXWS) within 12 months of assignment. NECs 717B, 718B, 804A, 804G, 804A and 0190 are
associated with Expeditionary tours.
(4) Strategic Systems Programs (SSP). MAs assigned to this type of duty conduct security
operations for strategic assets at either Strategic Weapons Facility (SWF) Atlantic or Pacific. MAs assigned to a
SWF are regulated by the Personnel Reliability Program (PRP) and attached to a Marine Corps Security Force
Battalion. MAs assigned to this duty type conduct security operations, HPU, or Military Working Dog (MWD)
duties. MAs assigned to SWF do not have the opportunity to obtain a warfare qualification. MAs assigned to SWF
are authorized to wear Enlisted Nuclear Weapons Security (NWS) Breast Insignia after qualification in the highest
watch station commensurate with their paygrade and maintaining PRP certification for 12 months. A star is earned
for each consecutive 12 months of maintaining qualifications thereafter. NECs 717B, 718B, P05A, P06A, 804A,
853A, P10A are associated with SSP tours.
(5) TACAMO (VQ3/VQ4/SCW-1). MAs assigned to this type of duty conduct security
operations for strategic aircraft. MAs assigned to TACMO are regulated by the PRP. VQ3 with UIC 55154 and
VQ4 with UIC 42065 are considered sea duty for MAs. Other VQ detachments are considered shore duty. SCW-1
with UIC 55575 is considered shore duty, but remains regulated by PRP. MAs assigned to VQ may have the
opportunity to qualify Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist (EAWS).
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(6) Afloat Security. MAs in this duty type conduct in port and underway Force Protection
operations onboard LHA, LHD and CVNs. MAs may be used for Antiterrorism operations, Physical Security, Law
Enforcement, investigations, brig operations and training for the Ship’s Self Defense Force. All MAs assigned to
this duty type have the opportunity to qualify as Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist (ESWS). All Sailors must
qualify ESWS within a predetermined timeframe established by the member’s command. MAs assigned to this type
of duty may also have the opportunity to qualify as EAWS. NECs P01A, P02A, P08A, P12A, and 804A are
associated with afloat security tours.
(7) Chief Master-at-Arms (CMAA). MACSs are normally assigned to LPDs, MACs are normally
assigned to CGs, and MA1s are normally assigned to DDG’s. These MAs manage the Force Protection program,
train and qualify the Ship’s Self-Defense Force, conduct investigations, perform legal officer functions, and assist
the Commanding Officer in maintaining good order and discipline. All MAs assigned to this duty type must qualify
ESWS within a predetermined timeframe established by the member’s command. NECs P01A, P02A, and 804A are
associated with Afloat Independent Duty CMAA tours.
(8) Military Working Dog (MWD). MWDs are assigned to Installation Security, Strategic
Weapons Facilities (SWF). NEC P05A, MWD Handler, and/ or NEC P06A, Kennel Master/Trainer, is required for
MWD tours. NEC P05A, and a minimum of four (4) years of MWD handler experience, is a prerequisite for NEC
P06A. NEC P05A and NEC P06A may also be assigned to Naval Special Warfare units. NEC P06A is generally
reserved for qualified MA1s and above. Qualified MA2s may obtain NEC P06A; however, will not fill a KM billet
until they are advanced to MA1. The MWD Program Manager approves P05A/P06A recommendations. Normally,
MA1s will be assigned as Kennel Masters to installations with less than eight (8) MWDs or as MWD Trainer at
larger kennels or Regional MWD staff. MACs and above are assigned as Kennel Masters, MWD Trainers, NCIS
STAAT Assessors, CNIC CART Assessors, and Regional or Fleet Kennel Masters. An MACM will normally fill
the MWD Program Manager assignment. MWD Teams routinely deploy in support of overseas contingency
operations, Presidential/Head of State missions and other VIP/ special event missions. Duty type for MWD
Handlers is commensurate with the unit to which they are assigned. Duty rotation operates as a CONUS-OCONUS
(or INUS/OUTUS) rotation, with a majority of the billets being CONUS. Duty rotation for NEC P06A may include
back-to-back CONUS tours. Since this is a closed loop program, MWD Handlers do not have the opportunity for a
warfare qualification. MAs may be assigned as MWD Handler, MWD Trainer, Kennel Master or perform MWD
Instructor duties.
(9) Protective Service Detail (PSD). MAs within a PSD are assigned to the Naval Criminal
Investigative Service (NCIS). MAs conducting PSD missions provide protection for designated High Risk
Personnel (HRP). These duties include site surveys, planning, and pedestrian/vehicle security. MAs assigned to
PSD missions do not have the opportunity for a warfare qualification. NEC P09A is required for PSD tours.
c. Other Tours. In addition to the main duty types, MAs conduct duties that support the NSF, the Fleet and
other commands. These tours are diverse in nature and are considered SHORE DUTY.
(1) Instructor Duty. MAs are assigned to CENSECFOR and other training centers as instructors.
This duty is considered vital to the sustained health of the Naval Security Force (NSF). MAs assigned to Instructor
Duty have the opportunity to qualify as a Master Training Specialist.
(2) Staff Duty. MAs are assigned to various TYCOM, FLEET, COCOM and other staffs. These
MAs primarily conduct antiterrorism (AT) planning and assessments of subordinate units.
(3) Training and Assessment Teams.
(a) Security Training and Assessment Teams (STAAT) is a subordinate unit within the
Office of Military Support (OMS) for the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS). MAs assigned to STAAT
conduct port, physical security, installation, hotel, courtroom, liberty venue, humanitarian assistance site, and
airfield vulnerability assessments. They also provide Military Sea Lift Command (MSC) Individual Ship
Assessments, Commander Naval Installations Command Mobile Training Teams (CNIC-MTT), Military Working
Dog Program assessments, TACAMO assessments, Inter-Operability Program Training and provides Mobile
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Training Teams for NSF related training. Personnel assigned to STAAT do not have the opportunity for a warfare
qualification. MAs assigned to STAAT may be eligible for Master Training Specialist (MTS) and are required to
hold the 804A and 853A NEC.
(b) Afloat Training Group (ATG) is a subordinate unit of SURFLANT and SURFPAC.
MAs assigned to ATG conduct inspections and certifications of surface vessels. Command Assessment for
Readiness and Training (CART)/ Final Evaluation Problem (FEP) Teams.
(c) Command Assessment of Readiness and Training / Final Evaluation Problem (CART/
FEP) is an administrative program assessment, led by Commander, Naval Installations Command (CNIC)
headquarters. MAs assigned to CART/ FEP conduct installation security assessments to ensure the installations
adherence to all Naval Security Force (NSF) operational requirements. Personnel assigned to CART/ FEP do not
have the opportunity for a warfare qualification.
(4) Independent Duty Master At Arms (IDMAA). MACSs and MACs may be assigned as
IDMAA to Transient Personnel Units, Nuclear School house billets, NAVIDFOR facilities or imbedded in certain
deployable units such a Special Warfare or Seabee Battalions. In these billets, the IDMAA will have a variety of
roles similar to the CMAA on CGs and DDGs. NECs P02A, 804A, and 90CS are associated with IDMAA tours.
4. Certifications available to MAs:
Master Training Specialist
Military Customs Inspector
Air Force Phoenix Raven Course
VBSS
ATO Level II
SPeD (Security Professional Education Development program is the Department of Defense initiative to
professionalize the security workforce)
POST (Peace Officer Standardized Training).
5. Rating NEC’s:
717B: Small Arms Instructor
718B: Crew Served Weapons Instructor
P01A: Chief Master-at-Arms
P02A: Command Investigator
P03A: Harbor Security Patrol Supervisor
P04A4: Harbor Security Boat Training Supervisor
P05A: Military Working Dog Handler
P06A: Military Working Dog Kennel Master
P08A: Corrections Specialist (Brig Afloat)
P09A: Protective Service Specialist
P10A: Nuclear Weapons Security Specialist (NWSS)
804A: Anti-terrorism Training Supervisor
804G: Expeditionary Force Combat Skills
805A: Instructor
853A: Force Protection Boat Coxswain
P11A: Physical Security Specialist
P12A: Military Criminal Investigator
6. Acronyms:
ACFL (Assistant Command Fitness Leader)
AT (Antiterrorism)
ATG (Afloat Training Group)
ATS (Afloat Training Specialist)
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BJOY (Blue Jacket of the Year)
CAT (Command Assessment Team)
CENSECFOR (Center for Security Forces)
CART (Command Assessment of Readiness and Training)
CFL (Command Fitness Leader)
CMAA (Chief Master at Arms)
CMEO (Command Managed Equal Opportunity)
CNIC (Commander, Naval Installations Command)
CNO IVA (Chief of Naval Operations Integrated Vulnerability Assessments)
CONUS (Continental United States)
CORIVGRU (Commander Riverine Group)
CRF (Coastal Riverine Force)
CSEL (Command Senior Enlisted Leader)
CTT (Command Training Team)
DAPA (Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor)
EAWS (Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist)
ECM (Enlisted Community Manager)
EDM (Expeditionary Designated Marksman)
ESAMI (Expeditionary Small Arms Marksmanship Instructor)
EST (Embarked Security)
ESWS (Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist)
EXW (Expeditionary Warfare)
DCTT (Damage Control Training Team)
FCPOA (First Class Petty Officer Association)
FEP (Final Exercise Problem)
HPU (Harbor Patrol Unit)
HPU SUP (Harbor Patrol Unit Supervisor)
HPU TRASUP (Harbor Patrol Unit Training Supervisor)
HRP (High Risk Personnel)
HVU (High Value Unit)
IDMAA (Independent Duty Master At Arms)
INUS (In United States)
ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance)
JTAC (Joint Terminal Air Controller)
JSOY (Junior Sailor of the Year)
LCPO (Leading Chief Petty Officer)
MA (Master at Arms)
MESF (Maritime Expeditionary Security Force)
MTS (Master Training Specialist)
MWD (Military Working Dog)
NCIS (Naval Criminal Investigative Service)
NEC (Navy Enlisted Classification)
NECC (Navy Expeditionary Combat Command)
NSF (Naval Security Force)
NWS (Nuclear Weapons Security)
OCONUS (Outside Continental United States)
OUTUS (Outside United States)
PME (Primary Military Education)
PRP (Personnel Reliability Program)
PSD (Protective Services Detail)
SEA (Senior Enlisted Advisor)
SEJPME (Senior Enlisted Joint Primary Military Education)
SCI (Small Craft Insignia)
SOY (Sailor of the Year)
SPECWAR (Special Warfare)
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SPeD (Security Professional Education Development)
STAAT (Security Training and Assessment Teams)
SWF (Strategic Weapon Facility)
SWFLANT (Strategic Weapon Facility Atlantic)
SWFPAC (Strategic Weapon Facility Pacific)
TACAMO (Take Charge and Move Out)
TACSUP (Tactical Supervisor)
TYCOM (Type Commander)
USMAP (United Services Military Apprenticeship Program)
VBSS (Visit, Board, Search, and Seizure)
WC (Watch Commander)
Considerations for advancement from E6 to E7
Qualified to pay grade requirements / TYCOM Specific (CNIC WC; NECC TACSUP/Mission
Commander, etc.); qualifications outside of normal Watch Station (i.e. Repair Locker Leader).
Excelling in primary duties. Sailors excelling under their lead (SOY/JSOY/BJOYs).
Success in a high profile position for pay grade, i.e. LPO, Watch Commander, Mission Commander, Area
Supervisor, AT planner, Trainer, etc.
Earned a warfare pin, if assigned to a warfare platform, i.e. NECC = EXW, USS = SW, Squadron = AW,
MTS/ATS if at Training Command, etc.
Continued professional development, i.e. attending military schools, college courses, completing
correspondence courses, (PME/SEJPME). Sailors earning their qualifications and academic achievements
(USMAPS/Degrees, etc.), If degree is completed, continuing to work toward next degree, etc.
Active FCPOA involvement, documented mentoring of Sailors.
Sailor 360 involvement and leading a committee
Command level involvement, i.e. training team (ATTT, DCTT, etc.), collateral duty (ACFL, CAT, CTT,
etc.) and results documented
Considerations for advancement from E7 to E8
Qualified to pay grade requirements / TYCOM specific; CDO
Excelling in primary duties. Achieve mastery level, Sailors excelling under their lead (SOY/JSOY/BJOYs,
advancements, qualifications, education, self-improvement etc.), documented success in
CART/FEP/ULTRAs ect.
Success in a high profile position for pay grade, i.e. Assistant Security Officer, Serving as
CMDCM/CMDCS in incumbent’s absence, LCPO, AT planner, Trainer, etc.
Earned a warfare pin, if assigned to a warfare platform, i.e. NECC = EXW, USS = SW, Squadron = AW,
MTS/ATS if at Training Command, etc.
Continued professional development, i.e. attending military schools, college courses, completing
correspondence courses, Senior Enlisted Academy (Any Service). If degree is completed, continuing to
work toward next degree, etc.
Active CPOA involvement, documented mentoring of Sailors.
Sailor 360 involvement and leading a committee
CPO Initiation involvement, Committee Chair/Co-Chair.
Command level involvement, i.e. training team (ATTT, DCTT, etc.), collateral duty (CFL, DAPA, CMEO)
and results documented
Considerations for advancement from E8 to E9
Qualified to pay grade requirements / TYCOM specific, CDO/SDO.
Excelling in primary duties. Achieve mastery level. Leading, mentoring, and training Chiefs, documented
success. Sailors excelling under their lead (SOY/JSOY/BJOYs, advancements, qualifications, education,
self-improvement etc.), documented success in CART/FEP/ULTRAs ect.
MA CAREER PATH
(SW/AW/EXW)
9
Revised: December 2019
Success in a high profile position for pay grade, i.e. Assistant Security Officer, Serving as
CMDCM/CMDCS in incumbent’s absence, LCPO, SEA, SEL AT planner, Trainer, Command Level
Facilitator etc.
Earned a warfare pin, if assigned to a warfare platform, i.e. NECC = EXW, USS = SW, Squadron = AW,
MTS/ATS if at Training Command, etc.
Continued professional development, i.e. attending military schools Senior Enlisted Academy (SEA),
college courses, completing correspondence courses, (Any Service). If degree is completed, continuing to
work towards next degree, PPME/SEJPME, etc.
Sailor 360 involvement and leading a committee.
Active CPOA/CPO Mess involvement.
CPO Initiation involvement, Executive Chair, Committee Chair/Co-Chair.
Command level involvement, i.e. training team (ATTT, DCTT, etc.), collateral duty (CFL, DAPA,
CMEO), and results documented.
MA CAREER PATH
SELECTED RESERVES (SELRES)
1
Revised: August 2019
Master at Arms (MA) will individually, or as part of a force, be able to conduct security operations in order to defeat Level I and II
Threats in near-coast, shore and harbor/port environments. Specifically, the MA will: conduct scalable force protection and security
for designated assets and critical infrastructure; provide layered defense in an integrated coastal and landward security environment;
provide integrated security capabilities, including mobile and fixed defensive operations in support of Commanders performing
Homeland Defense and Expeditionary/Combat Operations, law enforcement, corrections, force protection (afloat and ashore), special
events and operations with other services, host nation partners and civil authorities.
YEARS OF
SERVICE
CAREER
MILESTONES
AVERAGE
TIME TO
PROMOTE
COMMISSIONING /
OTHER SPECIAL
PROGRAMS
SEA/SHORE
FLOW
TYPICAL CAREER PATH
DEVELOPMENT
26-30
MACM
21.1 Yrs
CSEL
N/A
Billet: SEA/SEL/ CMC-
SELRES-IA MOB
23-26
MACM
MACS
21.1 Yrs
18.3
CSEL
N/A
Billet: SEA/CMC-SELRES-IA
MOB LCPO/CDMCS.
Duty: NOSC Unit/NECC
Command/CMAA.
Qualification: SEA.
*NOTE (1) See page 6.
20-23
MACM
MACS
MAC
21.1 Yrs
18.3
15.1
CSEL
N/A
Billet: SEA/LCPO/CMAA.
Duty: NOSC Unit/NCIS
/NECC.
Qualification: SEA
*NOTE (1) See page 6.
16-20
MACS
MAC
MA1
18.3 Yrs
15.1
10.1
CSEL
N/A
Billet: NOSC CMAA/Ops
LCPO/TRNG LCPO/LPO.
Duty: Unit SEL/LCPO/LPO.
Qualification: SEA.
*NOTE (1) See page 6.
12-16
MACS
MAC
MA1
18.3 Yrs
15.1
10.1
LDO, OCS, MECP
N/A
Billet: SEA/Ops/LCPO
Training/Instructor/CMAA
/LPO/ALPO/MPI.
Duty: NOSC CMAA/Unit
SEL/UPC/Unit CC.
Qualification: SEA/TRASUP
*NOTE (1) See page 6.
8-12
MAC
MA1
MA2
15.1 Yrs
10.1
5.7
LDO, OCS, MECP
N/A
Billet: Unit SEL/Unit
LCPO/Ops LCPO/Unit
LPO/ALPO.
Duty: CMAA/2
nd
MOB.
Qualification:
*NOTE (1) See page 6.
4-8
MA2
MA3
5.7 Yrs
3.1
STA-21, OCS, MECP
N/A
Billet: Asst. UPC/WCS/
Patrolman/Sentry/
Squad/Team Member.
Duty: Security
Watchstander/Patrolman.
Qualification: UPC Coord.
*NOTE (1) See page 6.
MA CAREER PATH
SELECTED RESERVES (SELRES)
2
Revised: August 2019
YEARS OF
SERVICE
CAREER
MILESTONES
AVERAGE
TIME TO
PROMOTE
COMMISSIONING /
OTHER SPECIAL
PROGRAMS
SEA/SHORE
FLOW
TYPICAL CAREER PATH
DEVELOPMENT
1-4
MA3
MASN
3.1 Yrs
1.5 Yrs
N/A
1
st
Reserve Tour
Billet: Patrolman/Sentry/
Squad/Team Member.
Duty: NOSC Urinalysis
Observer/Security
Watchstander/Patrolman/1
st
MOB.
Qualification: Sentry
PQS/Patrolman PQS/MA
Correspondence Course.
*NOTE (1) See page 6.
1 +/-
MASN
MASA
Accession Training
1.5 Yrs
Recruit Training and MA “A”
school.
Qualifications: rifle, pistol,
non-lethal weapons.
Notes:
1. “A” School is required.
2. Rating NECs: P01A - Chief Master-At-Arms (CMAA)
P02A - Military Investigator
P03A - Harbor Security Patrol Supervisor
P04A - Harbor Security Boat Training Supervisor (HSB TRASUP)
P05A - Dog Handler
P06A - Kennel Master
P08A - Afloat Corrections Specialist
P09A - Protective Service Specialist
P10A - Nuclear Weapons Security Specialist (NWSS)
3. Promotion boards will be instructed to select the most fully qualified candidates. All Master-At-Arms (MA)
must focus on primary duties and qualify to rank and respective TYCOM requirements as quickly as possible.
Equally important is maintaining security clearance eligibility, weapons proficiency/ Annual Sustainment Training
(AST) and worldwide assignability to meet rating needs.
4. SELRES MA’s do not have a typical Sea-Shore Flow. SELRES Community, MAC/MACS/MACM must
demonstrate a wide diversity of duties and platforms to gain experience to enhance their abilities to leader at the next
higher pay grade.
a. MA Billet Selection. It is imperative our top enlisted personnel have experience in the majority of our
Security Force Specialties:
(1) SWFPAC, SWFLANT, TACAMO (VQ Det) assignments. These assignments should be
considered career enhancing due to the nature of assets protected and the qualifications required. These tours are
counted as a Sea Tour for rotational purposes.
(2) Isolated tours in Souda Bay Crete, Diego Garcia, Bahrain, Deveselu Romania, Poland,
Chinhae, South Korea, Military Groups/US Embassy detachments.
(3) Independent Duty Ship tours. (Ensure active involvement with the FCPOA/CPO Mess as
appropriate to paygrade and holding a major collateral duty in order to be competitive amongst peers and at the
selection boards).
MA CAREER PATH
SELECTED RESERVES (SELRES)
3
Revised: August 2019
(4) Type 4 forward deployed forces (overseas sea duty)
b. Duty Types. Types of duty offer the potential to attain NEC’s and warfare designations. MA’s should
take advantage of these opportunities to stay competitive for advancement:
(1) Installation Security. MAs provide security and law enforcement support for the Installation
Commanding Officer with the mission of protecting installation. MAs assigned to installations do not have the
opportunity to obtain a warfare qualification. NECs 0812, 0814, 2001, 2002, and 9501 are associated with
installation security tours.
(2) Harbor Patrol Unit (HPU). MAs assigned to the HPU operate small craft providing point and
area security for waterside assets and ports. Additionally, HPUs may conduct High Value Unit (HVU) escorts.
MAs assigned to HPUs do not have the opportunity to obtain a warfare qualification. Although not inclusive in all
units, MAs assigned to an HPU may be eligible to qualify for the Small Craft Insignia. NEC 0190, 2003, 2004 are
associated with HPU tours.
(3) Expeditionary Forces. MAs assigned to the Expeditionary Forces will be assigned to the
Coastal Riverine Force (CRF). The CRF absorbed the Maritime Expeditionary Security Force (MESF). CRF is
SEA duty. MAs assigned to the CRF may be performing duties in boat operations, Riverine Security Team
Operations, aircraft security (RAVEN), embarked security (EST), Joint Terminal Air Controller (JTAC), Visit,
Board, Search and Seizure (VBSS) and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) operations. All MAs
assigned to Expeditionary Units must obtain Expeditionary Warfare Specialist (EXWS) within 12 months of
assignment. NECs 0812, 0814, 9501 and 0190 are associated with Expeditionary tours. For the SELRES
Community, these type of reserve units are great opportunities and should be one platform for a
MAC/MACS/MACM.
(4) Strategic Systems Programs (SSP). MAs assigned to this duty type conduct security operation
for strategic assets at either Strategic Weapons Facility (SWF) Atlantic or Pacific. MAs assigned to a SWF are
regulated by the Personnel Reliability Program (PRP). MAs assigned to this duty type conduct security operations,
HPU, or Military Working Dog (MWD) duties. MAs assigned to SWF do not have the opportunity to obtain a
warfare qualification. MAs assigned to SWF are authorized to wear Enlisted Nuclear Weapons Security (NWS)
Breast Insignia after maintaining PRP certification for 12 months and after qualification in the highest watch station
commensurate with their pay grade. NECs 0812, 0814, 9501, 0190, 2010 are associated with SSP tours.
(5) TACAMO (VQ Squadrons). MAs assigned to this duty type conduct security operation for
strategic aircraft. MAs assigned to TACAMO are regulated by the PRP. VQ 3 with UIC 55154 and VQ 4 with UIC
42065 are considered sea duty for MAs. Other VQ detachments are considered shore duty. MAs assigned to VQ
may have the opportunity to qualify Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist (EAWS).
(6) Afloat Security. MAs in this duty type conduct in port and underway security and law
enforcement operations onboard LHA, LHD and CVNs. MAs may be used for security operations, ATFP,
investigations, brig operations and training for the Ship’s Self Defense Force. All MAs assigned to this duty type
have the opportunity to qualify as Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist (ESWS). All Sailors must qualify ESWS
within a predetermined timeframe established by the member’s command not to exceed 30 months from receipt at
the command. MAs assigned to this type of duty may also have the opportunity to qualify as EAWS. NECs 2001,
2002, 2008, and 9501 are associated with afloat security tours.
(7) Chief Master-at-Arms (CMAA). MACSs are normally assigned to LPDs. MA1s are normally
assigned to CGs and DDGs. These MAs manage the ATFP program, train and qualify the Ship’s Self-Defense
Force, conduct investigations and perform legal officer functions and assist the Commanding Officer in maintaining
good order and discipline. All MAs assigned to this duty type must qualify ESWS within a predetermined
timeframe established by the member’s command not to exceed 30 months from receipt at the command. NECs
2001 and 9501 are associated with Afloat Independent Duty CMAA tours.
MA CAREER PATH
SELECTED RESERVES (SELRES)
4
Revised: August 2019
(8) Military Working Dog (MWD). MWDs are assigned to Installation Security, DEVGRU, and
Strategic Weapons Facilities. MWD Handlers/ Kennel Masters may also be assigned to Naval Special Warfare
units. MAs may be assigned as MWD Handler, MWD Trainer, Kennel Master or perform Instructor duties. MWD
Teams routinely deploy in support of overseas contingency operations, Presidential/ Head of State missions and
other VIP/ special event missions. Duty type for MWD Handlers is commensurate with the unit to which they are
assigned. Duty rotation operates as a CONUS-OCONUS (or INUS/OUTUS) rotation. Since this is a closed loop
program, MWD Handlers do not have the opportunity for a warfare qualification. NEC 2005 or 2006 is required for
MWD tours. Warfare qualifications are available only at shipboard/sea-going commands (ESWS and EAWS) and
Type 2 or 4 designated NECC/ Naval Special Warfare (EXWS and EIWS) commands. For the SELRES community
unless you are coming off active duty, there is little to no opportunity in the MWD program.
(9) Protective Service Detail (PSD). MAs within a PSD are assigned to the Naval Criminal
Investigative Service (NCIS). MAs conducting PSD missions provide protection for designated High Risk
Personnel (HRP). These duties include site surveys, planning, and pedestrian/vehicle security. MAs assigned to
PSD missions do not have the opportunity for a warfare qualification. NEC 2009 is required for PSD tours. For the
SELRES community this is a special program the MAs are individually screened and selected for these types of
missions. SELRES MAs are encouraged to apply for mission critical billets when there is opportunity.
c. Other Tours. In addition to the main duty types, MAs conduct duties that support the NSF, the fleet and
other commands. These tours are diverse in nature and are considered SHORE DUTY.
(1) Instructor Duty. MAs are assigned to CENSECFOR and other training centers as instructors.
This duty is considered vital to the sustained health of the Naval Security Force (NSF). MAs assigned to Instructor
Duty have the opportunity to qualify as a Master Training Specialist.
(2) Staff Duty. MAs are assigned to various TYCOM, FLEET, COCOM and other staffs. These
MAs primarily conduct antiterrorism (AT) planning and assessments of subordinate units.
(3) Training and Assessment Teams. STAAT is a subordinate unit within the Naval Criminal
Investigative Service (NCIS). MAs assigned to STAAT conduct port, installation and airfield vulnerability
assessments to assist Fleet Commanders in anti-terrorism efforts. STAAT also provides Military Working Dog
Program assessments and provides Mobile Training Teams for installation security while assisting CNIC with
installation certification of security forces. Personnel assigned to STAAT do not have the opportunity for a warfare
qualification. MAs assigned to STAAT may be eligible for Master Training Specialist (MTS) and are required to
hold the 9501 NEC. CNIC Training and Assessment Teams conduct inspections and certifications on the Navy
Security Forces of Navy Installations.
(4) Independent Duty Master at Arms (IDMAA). MACSs and MACs may be assigned as IDMAA
to Transient Personnel Units, Nuclear School house billets, NAVIDFOR facilities or imbedded in certain deployable
units such a Special Warfare or Seabee Battalions. In these billets, the IDMAA will have a variety of roles similar to
the CMAA on ships. NECs 2002, 9501, and 90CS are associated with IDMAA tours.
5. Additional certifications available to MAs:
a) Small Arms Instructor NEC 0812 (SELRES)
b) Crew Served Weapons Instructor NEC 0814 (SELRES)
c) Chief Master-at-Arms NEC 2001
d) Command Investigator NEC 2002 (SELRES)
e) Harbor Security Patrol Supervisor ** NEC 2003
f) Harbor Security Boat Training Supervisor ** NEC 2004
g) Military Working Dog Handler NEC 2005
h) Military Working Dog Kennel Master NEC 2006
i) Corrections Specialist (Brig Afloat) NEC 2008
j) Protective Service Specialist NEC 2009
k) Nuclear Weapons Security Specialist (NWSS) NEC 2010
MA CAREER PATH
SELECTED RESERVES (SELRES)
5
Revised: August 2019
l) Anti-terrorism Training Supervisor NEC 9501 (SELRES)
m) Force Protection Boat Coxswain NEC 0190
n) Master Training Specialist No awarded NEC
o) Military Customs Inspector No awarded NEC
p) RAVEN No awarded NEC
q) VBSS No awarded NEC
r) ATO Level 2 No awarded NEC
s) SPeD (Security Professional Education Development program is the Department of Defense initiative
to professionalize the security workforce).
** New developments; NEC 2003 was established in order to identify Master-at-Arms who possess Harbor Patrol
Unit (HPU) experience, and training required for assignment to a HPU. Personnel possessing the 2003 NEC are
responsible for the tactical operation and training conducted within the HPU. NEC 2004 HSB TRASUP is
responsible for the planning, oversight, accessing and training of Force Protection Boat Coxswains at HPUs.
6. If attached to a NECC command, member should obtain a Warfare Qualification if time permits.
7. MA’s should try to obtain NEC’s when attached to NECC Units, Commissioned Unit and NSF Installations.
However, most RC MA’s may never have the opportunity to pursue a NEC throughout their career due to belonging
to small NOSC units.
8. All or a vast majority of RC MA’s should obtain at a minimum their Sentry PQS, Urinalysis Program
Coordinator (UPC) Certification and complete the MA Correspondence Course through NETC. Members of NSF
Units who obtain NEC’s as CMAA, CFL’s, CCC’s and SAMI should be looked favorably upon for advancement.
9. In addition to the above career path, a MA is advanced due to their proven leadership, performance, and
qualifications.
10. SELRES MA working as civilian law enforcement/corrections officers experience may be taken into account
based on skillsets and civilian rank equivalent to the MA’s career path matrix.
Considerations for advancement from E6 to E7
Prior to selection for E7, candidates should successfully complete one of the following: LPO tour, Watch
Commander, Mission Commander, Area Supervisor, AT Planner, Trainer, etc. for a minimum of 12 months
and have leadership bullets indicating this in their evaluations.
Candidate shall have the following qualifications: Sentry PQS and UPC Certification.
Excelling in primary duties. Sailors excelling under their lead (SOQ, JSOQ, BJOQ).
Shall have earned a warfare pin if assigned to a warfare platform, if time and availability permits.
Should have continued professional development, i.e. attending military schools, college courses,
completing correspondence courses (PME/SEJPME).
Should have active involvement in FCPOA
Shall have documented involvement in Sailor 360
Evaluation Block 39 should be rated at 4 or higher in the narrative.
For Senior MA1s they should have the following qualifications demonstrating technical expertise and
leadership: Patrolman and Watch Commander.
Considerations for advancement from E7 to E8
Prior to selection for E8, candidate should successfully complete a LCPO tour for a minimum of 12 months
or success in high profile position for paygrade, i.e. Assistant Security Officer, serving as
CMDCM/CMDCS in incumbent’s absence, etc.
Excelling in primary duties. Sailors excelling under their lead (SOY, JSOY, BJOY).
Shall have earned a warfare pin if assigned to a warfare platform, if time and availability permits.
MA CAREER PATH
SELECTED RESERVES (SELRES)
6
Revised: August 2019
Should have continued professional development, i.e. attending military schools, college courses,
completing correspondence courses, SEJPME/PPME, Senior Enlisted Academy (any service), Academic
achievements and degrees earned
Active CPOA involvement and documented mentoring of sailors and fellow Chiefs
Sailor 360 Phase I involvement and leading a committee, Phase II lead/co-lead.
Completion of an IA mobilization serving as an Operations/Department/Section/Military Investigator-
LCPO
Serve as an Officer in the Chief’s Mess or Committee member during Chief’s Initiation
Command level involvement with documentation.
Considerations for advancement from E8 to E9
Prior to selection for E9, candidate shall successfully complete a LCPO/SEL/SEA tour for a minimum of
12 months or success in high profile position for paygrade, i.e. Assistant Security Officer, serving as
CMDCM/CMDCS in incumbent’s absence, etc.
Candidates shall have completed SEA.
Excelling in primary duties. Sailors excelling under their lead (SOY, JSOY, BJOY).
Shall have earned a warfare pin if assigned to a warfare platform, if time and availability permits.
Should have continued professional development, i.e. attending military schools, college courses,
completing correspondence courses, PPME/SEJPME, Senior Enlisted Academy (any service), Academic
achievements and degrees earned
Active CPO/CPOA involvement and documented mentoring of sailors and fellow Chiefs.
Sailor 360 Phase I involvement and leading a committee, Phase II lead/co-lead.
Completion of an IA mobilization serving as an Operations/Department/Section/Military Investigator-
LCPO
Serve as an Officer in the Chief’s Mess or Committee member during Chief’s Initiation.
Command level involvement with documentation.
10. Acronyms:
a. NOSC Navy Operational Support Command
b. UPC- Urinalysis Program Coordinator
c. MOB Mobilization
d. IA Individual Augmentee
Master-At-Arms
Chief Petty Officer
(Master)
NAME:
SKILL TRAINING
(Schools, courses and assignments directly related to occupation)
REQUIRED SKILL TRAINING
Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID
Course
Length
Date Completed
See initial skills training from E1-E3 section
1 - Reserve opportunities may exist, contact Reserve Forces Code N7 for authorization.
RECOMMENDED SKILL TRAINING
Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE/ACE ID
Course
Length
Date Completed
Ammunition Supply Administration (814A)
San Diego, CA / Virginia
Beach, VA
A0410040 2 weeks
Anti-Terrorism Officer (ATO) Level II
San Diego, CA
Chesapeake, VA
J8300015 1 week
Customs Border Clearing Agent - Afloat
Various DHS
J5510050 16 hours
Naval Physical Security Course
NCIS MTT
S8300001 40 hours
Navy Security Force Officer (Ashore/Afloat)
CENSECFOR DET
Chesapeake
A7H0007 12 days
Non-Compliant Visit, Board, Search and Seizure Boarding Officer
CENSECFORLS’s
A2E0085 40 hours
1 - Reserve opportunities may exist, contact Reserve Forces Code N7 for authorization.
NAVY ENLISTED CLASSIFICATION CODE (NEC) OPPORTUNITIES
Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE/ACE ID
Course
Length
Date Completed
804A - Antiterrorism Training Supervisor (AT TRASUP)
Various Locations
A8300034 19 days
P02A - Military Police Investigator
FT Leonardwood, MO
A8320001 320 hours
P06A - Military Working Dog Kennel Master
Lackland AFB, TX
A8300009 160 hours
P09A - Protective Service Training & Antiterrorism Driving
FT LEONARD WOOD, MO
A8400001 176 hours
P01A - Chief Master-At-Arms (CMAA)
OJT and Various
J8300015and
J5510050
7 days
P03A - Harbor Security Patrol Supervisor
VA, NORFOLK (Course)
A0620049andOJT 12 days
P04A - Harbor Security Boat Training Supervisor (HSB TRASUP)
CENSECFOR LS LCRK
A0620049 12 days
805A - Navy Instructor Training Course (NITC)
Various Locations
A0120077 19 days
1 - Reserve opportunities may exist, contact Reserve Forces Code N7 for authorization.
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JOB DESCRIPTION
The MA rating provides the Navy with security specialists who perform antiterrorism, force protection, physical security, and
law enforcement duties on land and at sea. Due to the unique functions of the MA, strict adherence to eligibility criteria must
bemaintained.MAsaretheNavy’ssecurityandforceprotectionprofessionals.AnMAmayoperateaforceprotection
watercraft, direct an investigation, control a base access point, or supervise a K-9 asset. As an MAC, you will be called
upon to run and manage entire programs, and mentor and lead entire divisions and departments.
RECOMMENDED BILLET ASSIGNMENTS
As an MAC, look for challenging billets outside your skill area. Overseas security departments, NECC commands, or other
deployable units need your valuable leadership and management skills. Consider a command where you can earn a
second warfare qualification.
Other Opportunities:
Joint Assignments
GWOT Support Assignments
Recruiter
Instructor
RDC
DAPA
CAAC
Career Counselor
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PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
(Completed at reporting 60 day Career Development Board)
Command Address
QD Phone
Number:
Mobilization UIC:
Naval Reserve Activity:
Division Officer: Phone Number:
Leading Chief Petty Officer: Phone Number:
Leading Petty Officer: Phone Number:
Sponsor/Mentor: Phone Number:
Depart/Division Career
Counselor:
Phone Number:
Date of Initial Entry to Military Service (DIEMS): Date of Initial Entry Reserve Forces (DIERF):
Pay Entry Base Date (PEBD):
ADSD: Report Date: EAOS/EOS: PRD: SEA / SHORE: /
PAYGRADE E7 (3 Years time in service required to be eligible for advancement to E8)
Date Advanced: Eligible Advancement Date: Number of times up:
HYT Date: Security Clearance Level: Date Last updated:
Command INDOC complete:
CAREER DEVELOPMENT BOARDS:
Use OPNAVINST 1040.11(ser) & Career Counselor Handbook NAVPERS 15878
(E7) Reason for Convening/Discussion Items: (Upon completion update (CIMS) Career Information Management System)
Reporting (within 60 days for active duty or four drill weekends for SELRES) (Date Conducted):
24 Month: 48 Month: 60 Month:
Family Care Plan: Mil to Mil:
Sailor 360: Special Program: Member Request:
HYT 24 months (Date): HYT Waiver Date: Approve Disapprove
Transfer: Separation: Fleet Reserve Retirement Options:
Physical Fitness Test Failure: Career Status Bonus (election message received):
Overseas Tour Extension Incentives Program (OTEIP):
Advancement Center: Visit MNP Advancement & Promotion page located under the Career & Life Events Tab
(Items to collect/discuss: Bibliography for Advancement, Enlisted Advancement Exam Strategy Guide, Profile Sheets)
Advancement:
Enlisted to Officer Commissioning Program Application & Administration Manual OPNAVINST 1420.1(series):
Commissioning Programs Applications: (prior to submission, command endorsement):
Medical Enlisted Commissioning Program (MECP): Medical Service Corps In-service Procurement:
Officer Candidate School: Limited Duty Officer: Chief Warrant Officer:
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SELECTION BOARD CHECKLIST FOR CPO PROMOTION TO SCPO
Step 1 - Review your Official Record to see what documentation, qualifications, etc. may be missing or requiring an
update. This should be accomplished every six months after promotion to Second Class. However, it is imperative that
this is accomplished six months prior to a selection board. Check the following three major sections to verify your Official
Record:
a. BUPERS Online: BUPERS Online (https://www.bol.navy.mil) is your main tool to ensure your record is up to date
and helps you to be proactive in making the most of your promotion opportunity. You should review your:
1. Official Military Personnel File (OMPF): All active duty and reserve personnel having a BOL account, a CAC
(with appropriate certificates) and a CAC-enabled computer can now view their OMPF online by selecting the
OMPF option on the BOL main menu page. This is the preferred method of obtaining OMPF information to
eliminate the unnecessary time-lags caused by waiting days or weeks to receive a requested CD ROM.
2. If Deployed: Click on "Request Record on CD" to order your Official Military Personnel File (OMPF). This
must be accomplished four to six months before a board convenes, which will allow time for delivery and
updating of your record if required.
3. Check your Performance Summary Record (PSR) and Enlisted Summary Record (ESR) on
https://www.bol.navy.mil, click on the "ODC, OSR, PSR, ESR" link.
b. Electronic Service Record (ESR) Self-Service ESR: This can be viewed at (https://nsips.nmci.navy.mil) or on the
Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) ESR server onboard ship.
c. Electronic Training Jacket (ETJ): Log in to My Navy Portal (MNP) and review your entire ETJ making sure that
each section is correct. If not, clicking on "Data Problems" at the bottom of each page which will guide you on how
to make corrections or updates.
d. US Navy Awards website: Log in to (https://awards.navy.mil/) to review any awards you may qualify for but were
unaware of. Note that this website is only available from a CAC enabled, NMCI machine.
e. Physical Readiness Information Management System (PRIMS): To log in to PRIMS, first log in to BUPERS
Online at https://www.bol.navy.mil. Then look half way down the page for the PRIMS login at
https://www.bol.navy.mil/bam/.
f. EOSH: The Federal Agency Employee Occupational Safety and Health (EOSH) Toolkit is available at
https://www.osha.gov/dep/fap/eosh_toolkit.html. It provides a one-stop-shop website that includes "just in time"
information about maintaining a safe and healthful workplace.
Step 2 - Submit appropriate missing documents to the selection board.
a. Selection board packages provide candidates the opportunity to submit any documents missing from the sections
of their records which are viewed by the selection boards. MILPERSMAN 1070-080 specifies which documents
from the enlisted permanent personnel record are provided to the selection board for review. Any documents the
member has verified as missing from those sections of their permanent personnel record may be submitted as a
selection board package.
b. For submissions directly to the board and for those circumstances where the eligible candidate cannot get their
official record updated and confirmed prior to the selection board convening date:
1. All correspondence should be on plain white paper for readability; paper clipped (no staples, binders, folders,
or tabs) and submitted under cover letter to the president of the board. Candidates must verify the correct
subject line and board number (see below) is on their cover letters to ensure their packages appear before
the proper board.
2. Correspondence must include your Full name and SSN, must be affixed and legible on all documents
submitted, and must be emailed encrypted to the address provided in the associated NAVADMIN or
postmarked not later than the date listed in the associated NAVADMIN addressed to:
NAVY PERSONNEL COMMAND CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER
PRESIDENT
FY-XX ACTIVE/RESERVE E8 ENLISTED SELECTION BOARD #XXX
5640 TICONDEROGA LOOP BLDG 768 RM E302
MILLINGTON TN 38055
(Active = 235 / SELRES = 205 / FTS = 206)
(Use of special handling mail (certified or registered) is not advised due to significant delays in handling.)
c. Ensure official record reflects any individual augmentation mission (awards, evals, NEC, etc).
d. Check https://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/boards/activedutyenlisted/Pages/GeneralInformation.aspx to verify
that the selection board has received your correspondence (if sent).
NOTE: It is highly recommended that if corrections or updates are made, review your OMPF; or if Deployed, re-
order your CD-ROM to confirm changes. (NOTE: Please allow 60 days for changes to take effect)
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Step 3 - After reviewing your service record - such as evaluations, awards, qualifications, etc. - start reviewing what you
can do to improve yourself, such as:
a. Request a Career Development Board (CDB) through your chain of command.
b. Take a good, hard look at the type of Collateral Duties you are assigned. Review your command collateral duties
instruction and talk with your COC and / or appear before the CDB. Take the tough command duties that provide
the most involvement in the command as a whole and that have direct Sailor support.
c. Review your current level of education to see how far along you are in earning a college degree and pursue non-
resident Navy courses to expand your level of knowledge. Complete the Navy e-Learning courses on MNP that
are recommended in this document. Check Navy COOL (https://www.cool.navy.mil/usn) for any related credentials
for which you may be qualified.
d. Check out OTHER Learning Opportunities to add to your service record, such as the CANTRAC Volume I
(Training Facilities) and CANTRAC Volume II (Course Descriptions) at
https://main.prod.cetars.training.navy.mil/cetars/main.html.
Step 4 - Review qualifications that your rating values or requires for advancement and create a plan to earn these
important pieces in the professional growth and advancement puzzle. Read the applicable NAVADMIN for additional
dates and information, and review previous selection board precepts.
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QUALIFICATIONS
Sea/Shore General Qualifications Watch Standing Qualifications Report Date
Completion
Date
(N/A if not required)
Ship Board Fire Fighting
Aviation Fire Fighting
Basic Damage Control
Advanced Damage Control
3M 303 Work Center Supervisor
3M 304 LCPO/Division Officer
Section Leader
Officer of the Deck (OOD) (In Port)
Command Duty Officer (CDO)
Junior Officer of the Deck (JOOD) (At Sea)
Officer of the Deck (OOD) (At Sea)
Personnel Qualification Standard
Military Training Network (MTN) approved Basic Life Support (BLS)
Explosive Handling Qual/Cert Program (As Required)
Mandatory warfare qualification for enlisted Sailors assigned to designated warfare qualifying commands:
Warfare qualification programs Report Date
Completion
Date
(N/A if not required)
Aviation Warfare Specialist
Diving and Salvage Warfare Specialist
Expeditionary Warfare Specialist
EWS-EOD Warfare Specialist
Fleet Marine Force Warfare Specialist
Information Warfare Specialist
Special Ops/Special Boat (SO/SB)
Seabee Combat Warfare Specialist
Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman
Submarine Warfare Specialist
Surface Warfare Specialist
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Rate Specific/Department Qualifications (Add) Report Date
Completion
Date
(N/A if not required)
Security Force Weapons (NAVEDTRA 43466 Series)
301 M9 Service Pistol Operator
305 M500 Shotgun Operator
308 M16 (Series) Rifle Operator
322 Clearing Barrel Supervisor
325 Small Arms Marksmanship Instructor (SAMI)
326 Crew Served Weapons Instructor (CSWI)
327 Grenadier Instructor
328 Range Safety Officer
(Other weapon systems as command mission dictates)
Small Weapon Qualification (9mm, Rifle, Shotgun)
Crew Served Weapons Qualification
Antiterrorism Common Core (NAVEDTRA 43387-2 Series)
303 Reaction Force Team Leader
304 Antiterrorism Training Supervisor
305 Chief of the Guard
306 Antiterrorism Training Team Member
307 Antiterrorism Officer
Non-Lethal Weapons (Baton / OC Spray / Subject Control Techniques)
Antiterrorism Tactical Watch Officer (NAVEDTRA 43385-9 Series)
301 Antiterrorism Watch Officer
Navy Security Forces Law Enforcement and Physical Security Operations (NAVEDTRA 43387 Series)
301 Emergency Vehicle Operator
303 First Responder
311 Patrol Supervisor
312 Security Force Trainer
313 Key & Lock Custodian
314 Customs Inspector
315 Investigator
316 Crime Prevention Officer
317 Physical Security Officer
318 Watch Commander
319 Chief Master-at-Arms
320 Security Operations Officers
Resume of Training and Experience for MWD and Handler (MWD Handlers Only)
Tactical Craft Operations (NAVEDTRA 43911-A)
304 Craft Coxswain (Tactical Craft)
305 Craft Patrol Leader
Shore Training Team Member/Leader (NAVEDTRA 43468-A)
301 Training Team Member (Shore)
302 Training Team Leader (Shore)
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Notes on Qualifications:
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CREDENTIALING
Navy Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (Navy COOL): Navy COOL assists Sailors (active & reserve) by funding the
certification & licensing exams that map their Navy education, training, experience, and competencies to industry/civilian-
recognized credentials and occupational equivalents. Sailors may obtain funding for credential examinations, renewals,
maintenance fees, and other mandatory examination administrative fees.
The following certifications and licenses are applicable to the MA-Master-At-Arms rating. They may require additional
education, training or experience.
For more information about these credentials, visit NAVY COOL at https://www.cool.navy.mil/usn/.
Target
Paygrade
Certifying Agency Credential Title
Date
Completed
E6 American Correctional Association (ACA) Certified Corrections Manager (CCM)
E4 American Correctional Association (ACA) Certified Corrections Officer (CCO)
E5 American Correctional Association (ACA) Certified Corrections Supervisor (CCS)
E4
American Education Certification Association
(AECA)
Certified Computer Skills Specialist
E6 American Jail Association (AJA) Certified Correctional Trainer (CCT)
E6 American Jail Association (AJA) Certified Jail Manager (CJM)
E4 American Jail Association (AJA) Certified Jail Officer (CJO)
E7 ASIS International Professional Certified Investigator (PCI)
Center for Development of Security Excellence
(CDSE)
Adjudicator Professional Certification (APC)
Center for Development of Security Excellence
(CDSE)
Due Process Adjudicator Professional Credential
(DPAPC)
E7
Center for Development of Security Excellence
(CDSE)
Industrial Security Oversight Certification (ISOC)
E6
Center for Development of Security Excellence
(CDSE)
Physical Security Certification (PSC)
E7
Center for Development of Security Excellence
(CDSE)
Security Asset Protection Professional
Certification (SAPPC)
E7
Center for Development of Security Excellence
(CDSE)
Security Fundamentals Professional Certification
(SFPC)
E7
Center for Development of Security Excellence
(CDSE)
Security Program Integration Professional
Certification (SPIPC)
E7
Center for Development of Security Excellence
(CDSE)
Special Program Security Certification (SPSC)
E3 Certiport IC3 Digital Literacy Certification (IC3)
E6 International Association for Identification (IAI) Certified Crime Scene Analyst (CCSA)
E6 International Association for Identification (IAI) Certified Crime Scene Investigator (CCSI)
E6 International Association for Identification (IAI) Certified Senior Crime Scene Analyst (CSCSA)
E6 International Association of Interviewers (IAI) Certified Forensic Interviewer (CFI)
E3 Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Microsoft
Access 2016
E3 Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Microsoft Excel
2016
E3 Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Microsoft Excel
2016 Expert
E3 Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Microsoft Office
2013
E3 Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Microsoft Office
2016
E3 Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Microsoft
Outlook 2016
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Target
Paygrade
Certifying Agency Credential Title
Date
Completed
E3 Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Microsoft
PowerPoint 2016
E3 Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Microsoft Word
2016
E3 Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Microsoft Word
2016 Expert
E4 Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
Transportation Worker Identification Credential
(TWIC)
E6
Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
(USD(I))
Intelligence Fundamentals Professional
Certification (IFPC)
E5 United States Coast Guard (USCG) National Master 100 NC
E5 United States Coast Guard (USCG)
National Operator of Uninspected Passenger
Vessel Less Than 100 GRT
Out of Rate Certifications and Licensure
AcademicDegrees–Youarenoweligibleforcredentialstowardsanearnedacademicdegree.
Cross-RatedSailors–Ifyouhavecross-rated,younowareeligibleforcredentialsrelatedtoyourpriorrating.
Off-DutyorCommand-SponsoredTraining–Youarenoweligibleforcredentialsfordocumentedtrainingthatfullypreparesyou
for a credential.
NavyReservists–Youmaynowbeeligibleforfundingofcredentialsrelatedtoyourcivilianoccupation.
Prior Other-Service Enlisted Occupation - If you are Navy enlisted (Active or Reserve), you may now be eligible for funding for
credentials related to prior other-Service (Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard) enlisted occupation.
Collateral Duty/Out of Rate Assignments - Credentials are also available in these collateral duties/out of rate assignments in
which you are serving in or have served in.
Credentials Earned & Maintained Prior to Joining the Navy - If you are Navy enlisted (Active or Reserve), you may now be
eligible for funding for credentials that were earned, and maintained, prior to your enlistment in the Navy. The certification or
license must have relevance to the needs of the Navy, and must appear on Navy COOL, although it does not need to show the
Navy Bucks icon to be funded.
* See the Additional Funding Opportunities section on any rating page on Navy COOL for further details.
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Leader Credentialing: The following certifications and licenses are applicable to enlisted Leaders (E4 and above). They may
require additional education, training or experience.
Certifying Agency Credential Title
Date
Completed
American Association for Lean Six Sigma Certification
(AALSSC)
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt
American Association for Lean Six Sigma Certification
(AALSSC)
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
American Education Certification Association (AECA) Certified Computer Skills Specialist
American Society for Quality (ASQ)
Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence
(CMQ/OE)
American Society for Quality (ASQ) Certified Quality Engineer (CQE)
American Society for Quality (ASQ) Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE)
American Society for Quality (ASQ) Master Black Belt Certification (MBB)
American Society for Quality (ASQ) Quality Auditor Certification (CQA)
American Society for Quality (ASQ) Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB)
Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) CompTIA Project+
Institute of Certified Professional Managers (ICPM) Certified Manager (CM)
Institute of Management Consultants Certified Management Consultant - Basic
International Association for Six Sigma Certification
(IASSC)
Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (ICBB)
International Association for Six Sigma Certification
(IASSC)
Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (ICGB)
International Association for Six Sigma Certification
(IASSC)
Certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt (ICYB)
Project Management Institute (PMI) Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)
Project Management Institute (PMI) PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)
Project Management Institute (PMI) PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)
Project Management Institute (PMI) PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP)
Project Management Institute (PMI) Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)
Project Management Institute (PMI) Program Management Professional (PgMP)
Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management Professional (PMP)
Resilience-Building Leader Program Resilience-Building Leadership Professional (RBLP)
United Services Military Apprenticeship Program (USMAP): USMAP is available to most active duty occupations and is
certified by the U.S. Department of Labor. This is the largest apprenticeship program operating in the U.S. and is recognized by
all 50 states. Completion of one of these programs would qualify you as a journeyman, which could mean a significantly higher
starting salary in the civilian work force. Most programs require 5-8 years to complete but are transferable if you decide to leave
the service prior to completion. USMAP opportunities also exist for SELRES with orders over 12 months.
The following USMAP apprenticeships are applicable to the MA-Master-At-Arms rating.
For more information about these apprenticeships, visit USMAP at https://usmap.netc.navy.mil/.
Rank Apprenticeship
Date
Completed
E1 - E9 Computer Operator
Correction Officer
Counselor (Professional & Kindred)
E1 - E9 Criminal Investigator
E1 - E9 Police Officer I (Government Service)
E1 - E9 Working Dog Handler
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POST MILITARY OCCUPATIONS
The following post military occupations are similar to the MA-Master-At-Arms Rating. For more information about these
occupations, visit NAVY COOL at https://www.cool.navy.mil/usn/.
Occupation (Civilian Employer)
Animal Trainers
Bailiffs
Correctional Officers and Jailers
Criminal Investigators and Special Agents
Crossing Guards
Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
Emergency Management Directors
First-Line Supervisors of Correctional Officers
First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives
Forensic Science Technicians
Gaming Surveillance Officers and Gaming Investigators
Intelligence Analysts
Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan
Office Clerks, General
Police Detectives
Police Identification and Records Officers
Police Patrol Officers
Private Detectives and Investigators
Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists
Retail Loss Prevention Specialists
Security Guards
Security Management Specialists
Security Managers
Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs
Training and Development Managers
Training and Development Specialists
Transit and Railroad Police
Transportation Security Screeners
Occupation (Federal Employer)
0006 - Correctional Institution Administration Series
0007 - Correctional Officer Series
0072 - Fingerprint Identification Series
0080 - Security Administration Series
0082 - United States Marshal Series
0083 - Police Series
0085 - Security Guard Series
0086 - Security Clerical and Assistance Series
1801 - General Inspection, Investigation, Enforcement, and Compliance Series
1802 - Compliance Inspection and Support Series
1805 - Investigative Analysis Series
1810 - General Investigation Series
1811 - Criminal Investigation Series
1881 - Customs and Border Protection Interdiction Series
1895 - Customs and Border Protection Series
1896 - Border Patrol Enforcement Series
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STAY NAVY
AC to AC and FTS to FTS - Continue Navy career on Active Duty.
REENLIST / EXTEND: Request Chit/Form:
MyNavy Assignments (MNA): Medical/Dental Screening:
Command Recommendation (evaluation): Bonus: Ceremony:
RC to AC/FTS
MILPERSMAN 1306-1505 states: E7 and above personnel who seek opportunities for component change outside of the
established C-WAY-TRANS module application process must contact BUPERS-32 (Enlisted Community Managers) directly.
RC to RC - Continue your Navy career as a Reservist.
Submit reenlistment request utilizing NAVRES 1160/1 Drilling Reservist Reenlistment Worksheet.
REENLIST / EXTEND: Request Chit/Form:
MyNavy Assignments (MNA):
Medical/Dental Screening:
Command Recommendation (evaluation): Bonus: Ceremony:
AC/FTS to CIP
The Career Intermission Program allows Officers and Enlisted Sailors to transfer out of the active component (AC/FTS) and into
the Individual Ready Reserve for a period of one to three years to pursue personal or professional obligations outside the Navy,
while providing a means for their seamless return to active duty.
For additional information, go to: https://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/career/reservepersonnelmgmt/IRR/Pages/CIP.aspx.
AC/FTS to Secretary of the Navy Tours with Industry
This program provides a venue for exceptional Sailors to experience innovative business practices. Navy fellows are fully
immersed in company practices and will be actively engaged in projects and company operations. Past fellows were assigned
to companies including VMware, Qualcomm, Apple, Incorporation, Boeing, Tesla, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, GE Digital,
Amazon, FedEx, Northrup Grumman, Space X, LinkedIn and USAA.
For additional information go to: https://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/career/talentmanagement/Pages/SNTWI.aspx.
AC/FTS TRANSFER:
15 Months 12 Months 9 Months 6 Months Orders Received
MNA MNA MNA Accept Orders Screening
Exception Family Member Exception Family Member Eval Reverse Sponsor Obligate
Mil to Mil Relocation (FFSC) Bonus
Family Care Plan Medical/Dental
Continuous Overseas Tours (COT)
Overseas Tour Extension Incentive Program (OTEIP)
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SELRES TRANSFER:
12 Months 9 Months 6 Months 3 Months Orders Received
MNA
(verify account access)
MNA
(extend in current field)
MNA
(apply for billets)
MNA
(apply for billets)
Sign Eval
Family Care Plan Start Eval
Mil to Mil Reverse Sponsor
Incentives/EOS opportunities
For additional assistance in transfer and relocation, go to the Military OneSource website:
https://www.militaryonesource.mil/ and visit your Fleet and Family Support Center on base.
SEPARATING/RETIRE*:
18 -12 months 6 months 90 days 30 days
TAP* MED/DEN Copy of Records Copy of Records
Complete DD 2648 Relocation Official Record CD PSD
Transition Planning Relocation Services (FFSC) Arrange Ceremony MED/DEN
Annual Statement of Service History
(ASOSH)
Reserve Only
Reserve Affiliation Request Leave / PTDY DD 214*
VA/DVA
*Upon demobilization, SELRES will need Transition Assistance Program (TAP) and DD-214; DD-214 is not required for
Reserve Retirements.
PHYSICAL FITNESS:
Participate in a year-round physical fitness program to meet Navy fitness and BCA standards. Review and verify accuracy of
PFA data in PRIMS within 60 days of the PFA cycle. (PRIMS is accessible through your BUPERS Online Account)
Height Weight If Required (AC BCA )
Last 2 PRT Cycles: Curl-ups / Push-ups / Run/Swim/Cardio /
Overall Score /
List date (if) any PRT/BCA failure(s) over the last 5 years /
List if any Medical Waiver(s) /
For more information on Navy Fitness, visit: http://www.navyfitness.org/
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PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION
(Resident and non-resident coursework designed to enhance a Sailor's general military professional knowledge and abilities)
EDUCATION: (Prior to considering any pursuit of off duty education or program enrollment call the
Navy College Virtual Education Center (NCVEC) 877-838-1659 or Visit your overseas Navy College Office.)
Education Plan Completed (Navy College Office/NCVEC)
Current Education Level
Degree Goal
** Various degree options are available in the Advanced Education section. **
Goal: Date: AA/AS BA/BS Master
(Credits to earn a degree - AA/AS: 60 SH/90 QH, BA/BS: 120 SH/180, QH, Master /Doctorate: Variable based on program)
Number of current credits American Council on Education (ACE) recommended credits
Joint Service Transcripts (JST)
HS Transcripts College Transcripts
Date Degree Obtained: AA/AS BA/BS Master Doctorate
For entry into JST, have your College/University send official transcripts to:
Naval Education and Training Command N644
JST Operation Center
6490 Saufley Field Road
Pensacola, FL 32509
Email: JST@DODED.mil
VOLUNTARY EDUCATION: Links to study guides, exam preparations, and practice tests
are located on the DANTES website http://www.dantes.doded.mil/
NCPACE CLEP DSST TA
MGIB MGIB-SR Post 9/11 GIB AEV
CPO REQUIRED NAVY PME:
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CPO REQUIRED NAVY PME:
Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID
Course
Length
Date
Completed
Chief Petty Officer Selectee Leadership Course Command Delivered 5 days
Chief Petty Officer Leader Development Course
Water front/
Flightline
NELD-06 5 days
Ethics Training Command Delivered
Required General Military Training Topics For FY 2020 (Delivery determined by command discretion)
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Awareness (SAPR) Command Delivered CPPD-GMT-SAPRA-1.0
Cyber Awareness Challenge MNP DOD-IAA-V16.0
Counterintelligence Awareness and Reporting
Command
Delivered/ MNP
DOD-CIAR-1.0
Privacy Act Command Delivered
Suicide Prevention Command Delivered CPPD-GMT-SAP-1.0
Antiterrorism Level I
Command
Delivered/ MNP
CENSECFOR-AT-010-1.0
1 - Verify GMT topics on MNP GMT web page
2 - Personnel with less than 3 years of time-in-service must also complete Antiterrorism Level 1 training. For personnel with greater than 3 years of time-
in-service, Antiterrorism Level 1 periodicity is now a triennial requirement and will be mandated for all hands in FY-22.
CPO REQUIRED COMMUNITY PME:
Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID
Course
Length
Date
Completed
Antiterrorism Level I Awareness Training Navy e-Learning CENSECFORAT 0101.0
1 hour
Self-
paced
Training and Readiness- The Active Shooter Navy e-Learning CNICTRTAS1.1 1 hours
1
2
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CPO RECOMMENDED NAVY PME:
Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID
Course
Length
Date
Completed
ADAMS for Leaders Various S-501-0130 8 hrs
Primary Enlisted Professional Military Education (PEPME) Navy e-Learning Military DON/ PME 60 hrs
Block 1 Primary EPME - Introduction Navy e-Learning NWC-PPME-SENL-B1
Block 2 Primary EPME - The Culture of the Navy Navy e-Learning NWC-PPME-SENL-B2
Block 3 Primary EPME - Governance of the Navy Navy e-Learning NWC-PPME-SENL-B3
Block 4 Primary EPME - How the Navy Thinks About War Navy e-Learning NWC-PPME-SENL-B4
Block 5 Primary EPME - How the Navy Plans its
Operations
Navy e-Learning NWC-PPME-SENL-B5
Block 6 Primary EPME - Technology in the Maritime
Domain
Navy e-Learning NWC-PPME-SENL-B6
Block 7 Primary EPME - PME Conclusion Navy e-Learning NWC-PPME-SENL-B7
Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) War College Military DON/ PME 40 hrs
Senior Enlisted Academy Newport RI P-920-1300
9 weeks
(DL) / 3
weeks
(F2F)
Demonstrating Ethical Leadership Navy e-Learning NCSC-ILC-01-0004
Culture Navy e-Learning Foreign Language and Culture 45 hrs
Recommended General Military Training Topics For FY 2020 (Delivery determined by command discretion)
Alcohol, Drug, and Tobacco Awareness Command Delivered CPPD-GMT-ADTA-1.0
Combating Trafficking in Persons General Awareness
Command
Delivered/ MNP
DOD-CTIP-3.0
Domestic Violence Prevention and Reporting Command Delivered CPPD-GMT-DV-1.1
Electromagnetic Warfare
Command
Delivered/ MNP
NAVIFOR-FEWC-EMW-01.01
Energy Policy Command Delivered OPNAV-GMTE-1.0
Equal Opportunity/Sexual Harassment/Grievance Procedures Command Delivered CPPD-GMT-EOSH-1.0
Hazing Policy and Prevention Command Delivered CPPD-GMT-HPP-1.0
Operational Risk Management (ORM) Command Delivered CPPD-GMT-ORMTC-1.0
Operations Security
Command
Delivered/ MNP
NOST-USOPSEC-3.0
Personal Financial Management Command Delivered CPPD-GMT-PFM-1.0
Records Management
Command
Delivered/ MNP
DOR-RM-010-1.2
Sexual Health and Responsibility Command Delivered CPPD-GMT-SHR-1.0
Stress Management Command Delivered CPPD-GMT-SM-1.0
Traumatic Brain Injury Command Delivered
Financial Management Command Delivered
1 - Verify GMT topics on MyNavy Portal GMT web page
2 - Does not have a mandatory periodicity but is required at career touch points per CNO WASHINGTON DC/191539ZJUL16.
1
2
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Courses with Recommended Reserve Points:
Commander Navy Reserve Forces (CNRF) N7 determines the number of reserve points awarded for completion of a course
taken on Navy e-Learning. This listing should only be used as a guide and is subject to change by direction of CNFR N7.
Navy e-Learning has no control over how many, if any, reserve points are eventually awarded for the completion of a course. All
questions concerning the award of reserve points should be directed to CNFR N7.
CPO RECOMMENDED RESERVE PME:
Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID
Course
Length
Date
Completed
Navy Reserve Unit Management (E7-E9)
NRPDC New
Orleans
R-7A-0031 5 days
Reserve Senior Enlisted Management (E7-E9)
NRPDC New
Orleans
R-551-0001 12 days
Navy Reserve Fundamentals Course (E1-E9) Navy e-Learning NAVRESFOR-NRF-3.0
Navy Reserve Order Writing System/Reserve Defense Travel
System (E1-E9)
NRPDC New
Orleans
R-510-5514 5 days
Reserve Medical Administration (E1-E7)
NRPDC New
Orleans
R-500-0007 5 days
Reserve Pay and Personnel Management (E1-E9)
NRPDC New
Orleans
R-500-0020 5 days
Reserve Supply and Fiscal Support NEC S05A (E5-E7)
NRPDC New
Orleans
R-551-0010 12 days
Reserve Career Information (E5-E8)
NRPDC New
Orleans
R-501-0005 12 days
Naval Reserve Center Commanding Officer (E7-E9) Navy e-Learning CNRFC-COOIC-1.0 /DoN 8 hrs
Guidance for Mobilization Navy e-Learning CNRFC-GMB-1.1 /DoN 4 hrs
Military Sealift Command 101 Navy e-Learning CNRFC-MSC101 /DoN 1.1 24 hrs
For more details or to check for updates please check CANTRAC or the NRPDC Sharepoint page (CAC required):
https://private.navyreserve.navy.mil/NRPDC/Pages/NRH_Default.aspx
CPO RECOMMENDED COMMUNITY PME:
Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID
Course
Length
Date
Completed
An Introduction to Exercise FEMA IS120.c 5 hours
National Response Frame Work, Intro FEMA IS800.c 3 hours
Antiterrorism Planning Navy e-Learning CSFATP0103.0
Personal Firearm Safety Navy e-Learning CSFPFS010 2 hours
Shore Installation Management Navy e-Learning CNET9272 3 hours
Emergency Management (EM) Governing Documents Navy e-Learning CNICEMGD1.0 2 hours
Training and Readiness - The Active Shooter Navy e-Learning CNICTRTAS1.1 1 hour
Ready Navy Emergency Preparedness Navy e-Learning CNICRNEP0001 2 hours
Assistant - Leading Risk Management Integration Navy e-Learning CPPDORMLRMI1.0 1 hour
Operational Stress Control - Senior Enlisted Navy e-Learning CPPDOSCSE1.0 2 hours
Naval Explosives Safety Managers/Supervisors Orientation
AMMO-49
Navy e-Learning NOSSANESMSOAMMO492.0 3 hours
Certified Anti-Corruption Specialist (CACS)
Center for Security
and Emergency
Management
(C4SEM)
Online 72 hours
Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)
Project
Management
Institute (PMI)
Online 24 hours
Certified Chief Security Officer (CCSO)
Center for Security
and Emergency
Management
(C4SEM)
Online 192 hours
Certified Corrections Officer/Provisional (CCO/P)
American
Correctional
Association (ACA)
Online 2 hours
Certified Footwear Examiner
International
Association for
Identification
Online 1 hour
Certified Fraud Examiner
Association of
Certified Fraud
Examiners
Online 5 days
International
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Course Title Course Location CIN/CSE ID
Course
Length
Date
Completed
Certified Law Enforcement Analyst (CLEA)
Association of
Crime Analysts
(IACA)
Online 2 hours
Certified Manager (CM)
Institute of Certified
Professional
Managers (ICPM)
Online 5 days
Explosive Detection (EDC)
Eastern States
Working Dog
Association
1 day
Forensic Artist Certification
International
Association for
Identification
Online 200 hours
Forensic Photography Certification
International
Association for
Identification
Online 1 day
Narcotic Detection (NDC)
Eastern States
Working Dog
Association
1 day
Police Service Dog (PSDC)
Eastern States
Working Dog
Association
1 day
Project Management Professional (PMP)
Project
Management
Institute (PMI)
Online 2 hours
Tenprint Fingerprint Certification
International
Association for
Identification
Online 2 hours
Trailing Dog (TDC)
Eastern States
Working Dog
Association
1 day
Security Program Integration Professional Certification
(SPIPC)
Center for
Development of
Security Excellence
Online 2 hours
Security Asset Protection Professional Certification (SAPPC)
Center for
Development of
Security Excellence
Online 1 day
Security Enterprise Professional Certification (SEPC)
Center for
Development of
Security Excellence
Online 1 day
Security Fundamentals Professional Certification (SFPC)
Center for
Development of
Security Excellence
Online 1 day
Military Resources in Emergency Management FEMA IS75 2 hours
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NAVY PROFESSIONAL READING PROGRAM (PRP)
The purpose of the Chief of Naval Operations Professional Reading Program (CNO PRP), maintained by CNO PRP program
managers at the U.S. Naval War College, is to facilitate the professional and personal development of all Sailors. For additional
information on the CNO PRP visit https://www.navy.mil/ah_online/cno-readingprogram/index.html
ESSENTIAL READING
Navy Power (First 5 offerings) Completed
Visit http://www.navy.mil/ah_online/cno-readingprogram/navalpower.html for complete list.
Sea Power by Admiral James Stavridis
Toward a New Maritime Strategy by Peter D. Haynes
The Rules Of The Game by Andrew Gordon
Sea Power by Geoffrey Till
Red Star Over The Pacific by Toshi Yoshihara and James R. Holmes
Fast Learning (First 5 offerings) Completed
Visit http://www.navy.mil/ah_online/cno-readingprogram/fastlearning.html for complete list.
Democracy by Condoleezza Rice
A World in Disarray by Richard Haass
Our Robots, Ourselves by David A. Mindell
On Writing Well by William Zinsser
The Innovator's Dilemma by Clayton M. Christensen
Navy Team (First 5 offerings) Completed
Visit http://www.navy.mil/ah_online/cno-readingprogram/navyteam.html for complete list.
The Accidental Admiral by James Stavridis
Team of Teams by Stanley Mc Chrystal
Navigating the Seven Seas by Melvin G. Williams, Sr. and Melvin G. Williams, Jr.
Leadership on the Line by Ronald A Heifetz and Marty Linsky
A Vietnam Experience by James Stockdale
Partnerships (First 5 offerings) Completed
Visit http://www.navy.mil/ah_online/cno-readingprogram/partnernetwork.html for complete list.
Partnerships for the Americas by James Stavridis
The Accidental Superpower by Peter Zeihan
Asia's Cauldron by Robert D. Kaplan
World Order by Henry Kissinger
At Ease by Dwight Eisenhower
Reading, discussing, and understanding the ideas found in the CNO PRP will not only improve our critical thinking skills, but will
also help us become better Sailors, citizens, and most importantly, leaders. This list is not intended to limit professional reading
or learning in any way, but merely to provide easy access to a few of the many titles that will benefit our service.
The Chief of Naval Operations' tenets and Lines of Effort: Strengthening Naval Power at and from the Sea; Achieving Fast
Learning at Every Level; Strengthening Our Navy Team for the Future; and Expanding and Strengthening our Network of
Partners. These LOEs have themes common to all Sailors - Integrity, Accountability, Initiative, and Toughness.
The books are organized by the Lines of Effort, but there are several other categories as well. A Design for Maintaining Maritime
Superiority is included in addition to a section of books - Fundamentals for the Naval Professional - that contains canonical
books about warfighting, diplomacy, and strategy. Many books on both lists are available as e-books through the Navy General
Library Program.
The entire list of over 140 book summaries and additional information is available at https://www.navy.mil/ah_online/cno-
readingprogram/azlist.html
CPO RECOMMENDED COMMUNITY READING
Title Completed
One Minute Manager by Ken Blanchard
Fighting Today's Wars: How America's Leaders Have Failed Our Warriors by David G. Bolgiano, James Michael Patterson
Turn the Ship Around! A True Story of Turning Followers Into Leaders by L. David Marquet
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ALL PAYGRADES
VOLUNTARY EDUCATION
Note: Prior to considering any pursuit of off duty education or program enrollment contact the Navy College Virtual
Education Center (NCVEC) or visit your Overseas Navy College Office.
You must complete the Tuition Assistance Training before your first course will be approved.
Complete the online courses at the Navy College Website: http://www.navycollege.navy.mil/
How do I get started?
You already have. All your training up to this point is part of your Master-At-Arms Roadmap. Now that you have made the first
steps you will need to sit down and formulate a plan. This plan will work best if you start out discussing your options with your
Leading Chief Petty Officer, Leading Petty Officer, Mentor, or Career Counselor. They will help you understand all of the basics.
Then your next step is to contact the Navy College Virtual Education Center or visit your Overseas Navy College Office. Then
your counselors will be able to help you formalize your plan and make sure that it makes sense for both you and the Navy. To aid
you in your conversation with these professionals, here are a few questions that you may want to ask.
What credits do you have? What non-college courses have you taken? Where do you want to go? What field of study, or what
kind of degree? What program will help me get there: Traditional or Online? What are my next steps: Transfer credits, take
exams, have experience evaluated, or sign up for new courses?
RECOMMENDED OCCUPATIONAL-RELATED ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE FOR MA
Recommended Associates' degrees for the Seaman
Administration of Justice
Business Administration-Criminal Justice Administration
concentration
Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice - Economic Crime
Criminal Justice Administration
Criminal Justice Corrections Specialization
Emergency Disaster Services
Emergency Management
Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement Technology
Legal Studies
Military Specialty Related Majors
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RECOMMENDED OCCUPATIONAL-RELATED BACCALAUREATE/MASTERS DEGREE FOR MA
Recommended Bachelors/Masters degrees for the
Seaman
Administration of Justice
Business Administration, Legal Studies
Business Administration-Criminal Justice Administration
Computer & Digital Forensics
Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice - Corrections Management
Criminal Justice - Homeland Security
Criminal Justice - Police Science
Criminal Justice Administration
Criminal Justice Studies
Criminal Justice-Forensic Science concentration
Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement concentration
Criminology
Emergency and Disaster Management
Emergency Disaster Services
Emergency Management
Fire & Emergency Services Administration
General Studies (Justice Studies)
General Studies (Rate Related Military Specialty)
Homeland Security
Investigations
Justice Studies
Law and Society
Legal Studies
Organizational Security and Management
Public Administration - Law Enforcement
Public Safety and Criminal Justice
Public Safety and Homeland Security
Security
Security Administration
Security Management
Sociology - Criminology
Sociology, Criminology - Corrections
Sociology, Criminology - Law Enforcement
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GENERAL INFORMATION ON VOLUNTARY EDUCATION
The Navy College Program & Web Page:
The Navy College Program (NCP) provides opportunities to Sailors to earn college degrees by providing academic credit for
Navy training, work experience, and off-duty education. The NCP mission is to enable Sailors to obtain a college degree while
on active duty. In support of the four R's - Recruiting, Readiness, Retention, and Respect - the NCP signifies Navy's commitment
to education by improving enlistment appeal; demonstrating Navy service and achieving a college degree are compatible;
helping Sailors apply themselves to new situations and challenges and better preparing them for advancement; building up
Sailors' self-image; and producing higher quality Sailors.
More information is available online at: https://www.navycollege.navy.mil
Tuition Assistance (TA):
NAVADMIN 114/19 limit changes as of 1 October 2019: TA provides funds for eligible active-duty personnel to attend approved
educational institutions on an off-duty basis to earn a high school diploma, vocational/technical certificate, or college degree. TA
pays for tuition. TA will pay for the following amount per career: 120 semester hours, or 180-quarter hours or 1800 clock hours or
a combination of semester, quarter and clock hours. TA will pay the following amounts per fiscal year: 12 semester hours, not to
exceed $250/credit for semester hours or 18-quarter hours not-to-exceed $166.67/credit for quarter hours or, 180 clock hours
not-to-exceed $16.67/clock hours or a combination of semester, quarter and clock hours.
More information is available online at: https://www.navycollege.navy.mil
Joint Service Transcripts (JST)
JSTs are official military transcripts which are used by colleges to validate your actual credited training. Every Sailor has a
transcript already and access to it is free.
More information is available online at: https://jst.doded.mil/
The American Council on Education (ACE)
ACE has reviewed every course listed in the OCCUPATIONAL Roadmap and determined what type of collegiate level credit is
recommended. The ACE identifier, listed with each course, is a source to validate the information and to check for changes as
they occur.
Updates can be found at http://www.acenet.edu/news-room/Pages/Military-Guide-Online.aspx.
Vocational Certificates
Vocational Certificates are available from most community colleges. Most of your military training can be counted toward their
degree programs, but they will still require residency credits and approximately 40-75 credit hours. These certificates can be as
valuable as the apprenticeship program in the civilian work force.
College credits by Testing CLEP, DSST
Testing can replace the requirement to attend most of the college courses listed in the Occupational Roadmap. Base Education
Centers offer CLEP and DSST exams for active duty military at no cost. They also offer a comprehensive list of "credit-by-exam"
tests. Additionally, many of the tests have study guides available. These tests are available at the base education center or
through the base library system. For specific testing locations visit the DANTES website.
Navy College Program: https://www.navycollege.navy.mil/information-for-sailors/pre-college-testing-and-college-credit.htm
DANTES: http://www.dantes.doded.mil/examinations/earn-college-credit/earn-college-credit.html
College Entrance Exams Testing ACT, SAT
The ACT and SAT are both standardized tests that help colleges evaluate candidates. Many colleges require that students
submit test results as part of the admission application process. Since Sailors are considered transfer students, these tests are
not generally required for admission. However, some Sailors must take the tests to enter specific military programs.
Navy College Program (ACT SAT): http://www.navycollege.navy.mil/information-for-sailors/college-entrance-exams.htm
DANTES (ACT SAT): http://www.dantes.doded.mil/examinations/college-admissions/act.html
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SAMPLE DEGREE PLAN
REFERENCES
Navy Enlisted Learning and Development Programs:
Learning and Development Roadmap for Enlisted Sailors, OPNAVINST 1500.77(series)
Navy Enlisted Retention and Career Development Program, OPNAVINST 1040.11(series)
Career Counselor Handbook, NAVPERS 15878L
Command Sponsor and Indoctrination Programs OPNAVINST 1740.3(series) (Sponsor assigned
within 10 days of orders received / Indoctrination completed as soon as possible and practicable
but NLT 90 days)
Command Sponsorship of Dependents at Overseas Duty Stations MILPERSMAN 1300-150 to
1300-210
Navy Enlisted Warfare Qualification Programs OPNAVINST 1414.9 (series)
Master Training Specialists (MTS) Program NETCINST 1500.2(series)
Command Master Chief Program OPNAVINST 1306.2 (series)
Reenlistments and Extensions:
Agreement of Enlisted Naval Reservist, and Fleet Reservists Inductees to Remain on Active Duty
MILPERSMAN 1160-060
Extension of Enlistments MILPERSMAN 1160-040
Overseas Tour Extension Incentives Program (OTEIP) MILPERSMAN 1306-300
Consecutive Overseas Tours (COT) Leave Travel Entitlement Policy MILPERSMAN 1050-410
Career WayPoints - Reenlistment MILPERSMAN 1160-140
Reenlistment Ceremony MILPERSMAN 1160-020
Leave of Military Personnel MILPERSMAN 1050-040
Required Counseling Upon Enlistment and Reenlistment MILPERSMAN 1160-031
Selective Reenlistment Bonus (Use Latest SRB NAVADMIN)
Selective Training and Reenlistment (STAR) Program MILPERSMAN 1160-100
Assignment to School as a Reenlistment Incentive MILPERSMAN 1306-1006
Fleet Reserve and Retirements:
Casualties and Survivor Benefits (SBP) MILPERSMAN 1770-010 to 1770-280 OPNAVINST
1750.5(Series)
Disability Retirement MILPERSMAN 1850-010 to 1850-040
Fleet Reserve and Retirement MILPERSMAN 1800-010 to 1800-070
Privately Owned Vehicle (POV) Shipment Entitlement Policy and Household Goods (HHG)
Shipment and Storage Entitlement Policy MILPERSMAN 4050-010 to 4050-020
Permissive Temporary Duty (PTDY) Authorization for Job/House Hunting MILPERSMAN 1320-220
Transition Assistance Program (TAP) OPNAVINST 1900.2(series) (Initiate a DD-2648E-1 NLT 90
Days Prior to Separation and attend workshop 12 months prior to separation/Fleet
Reserve/Retirement date)
Enlisted Administrative Separations:
Separation by Reason of Alcohol Rehabilitation Failure MILPERSMAN 1910-152
Separation by Reason of Misconduct -Drug Abuse MILPERSMAN 1910-146
Separation by Reason of Convenience of the Government -Early release to further education
MILPERSMAN 1910-108
Administrative Separation (ADSEP) Policy and General Information MILPERSMAN 1910-010 to
1910-812
Fraudulent Enlistment MILPERSMAN 1910-134
High Year Tenure (HYT) MILPERSMAN 1160-120
Misconduct (various reasons) MILPERSMAN 1910-138/140/142
Department of the Navy (DON) Policy on Parenthood and Pregnancy SECNAVINST
1000.10(series) & MILPERSMAN 1910-124
Separation by Reason of Convenience of the Government -Personality Disorder MILPERSMAN
1910-122
Separation by Reason of Physical Fitness Assessment (PA) Failure MILPERSMAN 1910-170
Separation by Reason of Misconduct - Commission of a Serious Offense MILPERSMAN 1910-142
Separation by Reason of Unsatisfactory Performance MILPERSMAN 1910-156
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Advancement & Service Schools:
Advancement Manual for Enlisted Personnel of the U.S. Navy and U.S. Navy Reserve
BUPERSINST 1430.16(series)
Accelerated Advancement of Recruit Training Class "A" School Graduates, and Ceremonial Guard
MILPERSMAN 1430-010
Enlisted to Officer Commissioning Program Application & Administration Manual OPNAVINST
1420.1(series)
Service Schools MILPERSMAN 1306-600/602/604/608
Class "A" School & Rating Entry Requirements MILPERSMAN 1306-618
Retesting with Armed Forces Classification Test (AFCT) version of the Armed Services Vocational
Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) MILPERSMAN 1236-010
Professional Apprenticeship Tracks Program (PACT) NAVADMIN 318/07
Education:
Joint Chiefs Professional Military Education (PME) Manual 1805.01
Voluntary Education (VOLED) for Navy Sailors OPNAVINST 1560.9(series)
Navy Voluntary Education Program NETCINST 1560.3(series)
Navy Credentialing Programs OPNAVINST 1540.56
Administration of the United Services Military Apprenticeship Programs (USMAP) OPNAVINST
1560.10(series)
Other Quick References:
Awards Manual (SECNAVINST 1650.1(Series)
Change in Rating MILPERSMAN 1440-010 to 1440-040
Department of the Navy Correspondence Manual (SECNAV M-5216.5
Navy Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Control OPNAVINST 5350.4(series)
Exchange of Duty (SWAPS) MILPERSMAN 1306-700
First-Term Personnel Assignment Policy MILPERSMAN 1306-126
Individual Augmentation (IA) Policy and Procedures OPNAVINST 1001.24(series)
Military Couple and Single Parent Assignment Policy MILPERSMAN 1300-1000
Military Pay MILPERSMAN 7220-010 to 7220-410
Navy Performance Evaluation System BUPERSINST 1610.10 (Series)
Overseas Extensions MILPERSMAN 1300-310
Physical Readiness Program OPNAVINST 6110.1(series) / MILPERSMAN 6100-6199
Reassignment for Humanitarian Reasons (HUMS) MILPERSMAN 1300-500
Standardization Policy and Procedures for the Active Duty for Special Work (ADSW) Program
OPNAVINST 1001.20(series)
Operational Risk Management OPNAVINST 3500.39C
Personnel Qualification Standards (PQS) Catalog NAVEDTRA 43100-6M
Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards
NAVPERS 18068F Volume 1 & 2
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