To provide a personnel management program to
control rating manning, reduce advancement
stagnation, and meet end strength requirements
To i s s u e r e e n l i s t m e n t c r i t e r i a f o r t h e
Reenlistment Quality Control Program
To establish terms of years an individual may
reenlist based upon Career Reenlistment
Objective (CREO) group of his/her rating and
years of service at the time of reenlistment
To establish standardized professional growth
points or high-year tenure (HYT) by paygrade
To establish procedures by which personnel may
request consideration for reenlistment/extension
beyond established professional growth points
All first-term Sailors in paygrades E-1 through E-6
requesting reenlistment must be approved through the
Enlisted Navy Career Options for Reenlistment
(ENCORE) Program. E-1/E-2 cannot reenlist unless
involved in special programs, such as the 2YO program,
and approval is granted through ENCORE. Personnel
serving in paygrade E-3 are eligible to reenlist/extend
provided they have met the professional growth criteria
and have been approved through ENCORE.
The Reenlistment Quality Control Program uses
reenlistment codes to indicate whether you have met
professional growth criteria. Reenlistment codes reflect
the quality control category and the status of personnel
who separate from the Navy. If you dont reenlist at your
end of active obligated service (EAOS), your Certificate
of Release/Discharge from Active Duty (DD214)
indicates your reenlistment code. If you decide to
reenlist later on, the reenlistment code indicates
whether or not youre qualified to reenlist. The
reenlistment codes are as follows:
R E - R 1 R e c o m m e n d e d
f o r
P r e f e r r e d
RE-1Eligible for Reenlistment
RE-R3Eligible for Probationary Reenlistment
RE-4Not Eligible for Reenlistment.
STATE AND NATIONAL VOTING
Learning Objective: When you finish this chapter, you
will be able to
Identify the procedures for state and national
voting to include absentee ballots.
Democracy depends on its members access to vote.
Department of the Navy policy is to ensure its members,
their spouses, and their dependents may register and
vote in all elections within their home districts.
The Chief of Naval Personnel directs and
supervises the Navys voting program. The voting
program makes sure all ships and stations receive voting
information pamphlets, posters, and materials. All
eligible personnel receive in-hand delivery of the
Federal Post Card Application for Absentee Ballot
(FPCA), SF Form 76, and revised 1987, for all federal
elections. They receive the ballots well in advance of the
November election. The recommended delivery time
for overseas areas is 15 August and for stateside
personnel 15 September.
REVIEW 8 QUESTIONS
Q1. Describe why the Navy has a fraternization
Q2. What is the function of the ombudsman?
Q3. How does the ombudsman communicate with
Q4. List some the agencies or organizations
ombudsman works with.