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4-3 assigned to special warfare operations as underwater demolition/sea-air-land (UDT/SEAL) team operators or to explosive ordnance disposal operations as explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) technicians. Personnel who request this type of duty must meet the qualifications listed in the TRANSMAN, chapter 9. Personnel who successfully complete training may receive specialty pay and assignment to an appropriate billet. REVIEW 2 QUESTIONS Q1. Why were special programs and projects duty assignments established? Q2. Where can you find information about special programs? REQUIREMENTS FOR ENLISTED WARFARE SPECIALIST DESIGNATION Learning  Objective:  Recall   the   requirements   for enlisted warfare specialist designations. The  purpose  of  the  enlisted  warfare  specialist designation is to recognize through a formal qualification program exceptional achievement, initiative, and professional qualifications of enlisted personnel. To qualify as an enlisted warfare specialist, you must complete a qualification program that is part of the personnel qualification standards (PQS). The qualification program consists of general knowledge requirements   of   the   overall   mission,   engineering capabilities, combat systems and other mission-essential systems, and basic equipment involved in the particular warfare specialty. WARFARE DESIGNATORS The  Navy  has  four  enlisted  warfare  specialist designations:   Enlisted   Surface   Warfare   Specialist (ESWS), Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist (EAWS), Enlisted  Submarine  Specialist  (ESS),  and  Enlisted Seabee Combat Warfare Specialist (ESCWS). Figures 4- 1 through 4-4 show the designated pins to be awarded after all qualifications have been met and approved. Figure 4-1.—Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist insignia. Figure 4-2.—Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist insignia. Figure 4-3.—Enlisted Submarine Specialist insignia. Figure 4-4.—Enlisted Seabee Combat Warfare Specialist insignia. QUALIFICATIONS For  details  and  the  most  up-to-date  eligibility requirements, consult the following community-specific instruction.   The   instructions   are   Enlisted   Surface Warfare  Specialist  Qualification,  OPNAV  1414.1; Enlisted  Aviation  Warfare   Specialist   Qualification Program, OPNAV 1414.2; Enlisted Requirements for Submarine Qualification, COMSUBLANT/COMSUBPACINST  1552.16;  and Seabee Combat Warfare Qualification, OPNAV 1410.1. The general qualifications to receive a warfare specialist designation are as follows:



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