Several factors affect your Navy careeryour
NECs, your varied assignments, and enlisted warfare
specialist designations. Other factors such as evaluations
are discussed in Basic Military Requirements.
Basic Military Requirements, NAVEDTRA 12018,
Naval Education and Training Professional
Development and Technology Center, Pensacola,
Enlisted Transfer Manual, NAVPERS 15909F, Bureau
of Naval Personnel, Washington, DC, October
Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel
Classifications and Occupational Standards,
NAVPERS 18068F, Bureau of Naval Personnel,
Washington, DC, 1990.
Naval Military Personnel Manual, NAVPERS 15560C,
Bureau of Naval Personnel, Washington, DC,
REVIEW 1 ANSWERS
The three NEOCS subsystems are enlisted rating
structure, Navy enlisted classification (NEC)
structure, and special qualifications.
The NEC identifies special knowledge and skills
not provided by rates and ratingskills that
are not rating-wide requirements.
REVIEW 2 ANSWERS
The Navy established special programs and
projects duty assignments to take care of those
tasks not assigned to a specific rating or NEC.
Information about special programs can be found
in chapter 9 of the Enlisted Transfer Manual
(TRANSMAN), NAVPERS 15909.
REVIEW 3 ANSWERS
The qualification program is part of the personnel
qualification standards (PQS).
True. You must obtain a page 13 entry in your
service record in order to receive a warfare
REVIEW 4 ANSWERS
False. The enlisted service record is the property
of the Navy.
Application/Record of Emergency Data.
The list of navy service school/military training
courses a service member has completed can be
found on the Enlisted Qualifications History,
NAVPERS 1070/604, page 4 of the service