c. Watch stations
A2. To find a list of Navy TRAMANs, you would
refer to the Catalog of Nonresident Training
Courses on the web at http://www.cnet.navy.
A3. When youre learning a skill while working, you
are receiving on-the-job (OJT) training.
A4. Recruit training is General Military Training
(GMT) and a class R school.
A5. Different Navy schools include
a. Class R
b. Class A
c. Class C
d. Class F
e. Class P
f. Class V
A6. The Basic Skills Program offers Sailors a
chance to earn a high school diploma or improve
their skills and military performance.
A7. The Tuition Assistance Program is the Navys
financial program that helps Sailors with their
certification programs, operates an
independent study support system, and
provides other support and development
REVIEW 8 ANSWERS
A1. The Secretary of the Navy can appoint the
following enlisted personnel to the Naval
a. 85 Regular Navy or Regular Marine Corps
b. 85 Naval or Marine Corps Reserve (active
A2. The maximum time allowed to attend college
on the NROTC program is 40 months.
A3. The BOOST program was intended for Sailors
who meet all the requirements for the Naval
Academy or NROTC program except for
academics and people who have been
A4. The major requirement to be eligible for the
Enlisted Commissioning Program is the
candidate must be able to complete a
baccalaureate degree within 2 years.
A5. The two programs that can lead to an enlisted
member being commissioned are
a. Chief Warrant Officer
b. Limited Duty Officer
REVIEW 9 ANSWERS
A1. The five types of discharge are
c. Other than Honorable
d. Bad Conduct
A2. When getting out of the Navy with less than 8
years of service, you are separated from naval
service instead of discharged.
A3. Some advantages of having an honorable
discharge from the Navy include
a. Entitlements to various veterans benefits
b. Job preferences
c. Entry into a school or college