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Navy advancement results released early

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The chief of naval personnel officially released the fall petty officer advancement list Friday to command leadership, allowing notification of sailors to start days earlier than had been planned.

"It's a little earlier than expected," said Vice Adm. Bill Moran to sailors at Riverine Group One here. "Due to some technical difficulties we made the decision to push the results to command triads today."

The early release is due to the results already being updated in some sailor's individual personnel files, which prompted Moran to approve the release to commands.

The release, he told Navy Times, was not intentional nor due to any potential misconduct. The public release of the list of the 23,072 new petty officers is set for Monday. Check back with Navy Times for the full list of active-duty, reserve and Full Time Support. "This morning we inadvertently released the fall advancement results to individual sailors ahead of our planned release schedule, said CNP spokesman Cmdr. Chris Servello.

"We will push command advancements this morning via [BUPERS online] to COs, XOs and CMCs.

"In spite of this error we still want to provide command triads an opportunity to notify their sailors of the results — we regret the inconvenience."

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Navy releases advancement results for E-4, E-5 and E-6

The Navy has released active duty and full-time support advancement results for E-4, E-5 and E-6.

Navy Personnel Command shared the advancement quotas for the promotion cycle earlier this month. Among active-duty sailors, there was a 30 percent chance of being promoted to E-4, a 17 percent of being promoted to E-5, and an 11 percent chance of being promoted to E-6.

That means that there were a total of 19,620 sailors considered for 5,824 E-4 spots, 33,118 sailors considered for 5,637 E-5 spots and 27,624 sailors considered for 3,029 E-6 spots.

For full time support sailors, there was a 96 percent chance of making E-4, a nearly 26 percent chance of making E-5, and a 17 percent chance of making E-6. That’s 166 sailors considered for 160 E-4 spots, 543 sailors considered for 141 E-5 spots, and 930 sailors considered for 159 E-6 spots.

• Active-duty results here

• Full-time support results here

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Navy Releases Advancement Results for E4, E5, E6

WASHINGTON -- The names of more than 21,000 active duty, 1,800 Reserve and 500 Full Time Support (FTS) Sailors selected for advancement to E4, E5, and E6 have been released.

"Congratulations to all the Sailors who advanced this cycle," said Fleet Master Chief of Manpower, Personnel, Training, and Education April Beldo. "You earned this through hard work and dedication to the Navy, and it demonstrates your ability to step into greater positions of leadership."

Commands may view results on the Navy Enlisted Advancement System (NEAS) website and Sailors may view their profile sheets on Navy Knowledge Online (NKO).

Use the following links to view the names of Sailors selected for advancement: 

Click here for Active Duty Petty Officer Results

Click here for Reserve Petty Officer Results

Click here for Full Time Support Petty Officer Results

Click here for Recruiter Canvasser Petty Officer Results

"After every exam we ask leadership, our Chief's Mess and our first classes to sit down with those petty officers who didn't advance," said Beldo. "Through career development boards we look at their test scores, evals and performance and help them develop a plan to keep moving forward. We want to make sure these Sailors understand there is still an opportunity to stay Navy and advance." 

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COVID-19 delays petty officer advancement results — again

Sailors are going to have to wait a little bit longer to receive the E-4 to E-6 advancement results.

While the advancement results are typically available on Memorial Day, that’s not going to happen for the second year in a row — thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. The delay impacts roughly 90,000 active duty and Reserve sailors who are eligible to be promoted to E-4, E-5 and E-6.

Reservists may access the results on the Navy Enlisted Advancement System (NEAS) website on June 25, while active duty sailors will be able to access them on July 9, according to the Navy.

There are several reasons for the delays, according to the Navy.

“Typically you have a single exam administration date, but now that is a two-week window of testing for each paygrade [due to COVID-19],” Updike said. “Exam answer sheet returns are mostly delayed until the end of the [30-day] administration windows.”

Likewise, commands may administer substitute exams for those who were unable to take the exam on the original date.

“The exam scoring process requires we get back all substitute answer sheets as well,” Updike said. “Substitute exams administered aboard fleet units in the Indian Ocean take much longer to receive than answer sheets express-mailed from San Diego or Norfolk.”

The next step is for the Naval Education and Training Professional Development Center to craft an advancement plan, which delineates how many sailors from each rating have passed the exam. That is then pushed to enlisted community managers to determine quotas.

“The primary goal of NEAS is that no Sailor is disadvantaged in the advancement processes, Updike said. “Another delay in our cycle results due to COVID is only acceptable when we know that every Sailor was given a fair opportunity to compete for advancement.”

The chief of naval personnel determines the advancement result schedule.

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COVID-19 delays petty officer advancement results — again

Sailors are going to have to wait a little bit longer to receive the E-4 to E-6 advancement results.

While the advancement results are typically available on Memorial Day, that’s not going to happen for the second year in a row — thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. The delay impacts roughly 90,000 active duty and Reserve sailors who are eligible to be promoted to E-4, E-5 and E-6.

Reservists may access the results on the Navy Enlisted Advancement System (NEAS) website on June 25, while active duty sailors will be able to access them on July 9, according to the Navy.

There are several reasons for the delays, according to the Navy.

“Typically you have a single exam administration date, but now that is a two-week window of testing for each paygrade [due to COVID-19],” Updike said. “Exam answer sheet returns are mostly delayed until the end of the [30-day] administration windows.”

Likewise, commands may administer substitute exams for those who were unable to take the exam on the original date.

“The exam scoring process requires we get back all substitute answer sheets as well,” Updike said. “Substitute exams administered aboard fleet units in the Indian Ocean take much longer to receive than answer sheets express-mailed from San Diego or Norfolk.”

The next step is for the Naval Education and Training Professional Development Center to craft an advancement plan, which delineates how many sailors from each rating have passed the exam. That is then pushed to enlisted community managers to determine quotas.

“The primary goal of NEAS is that no Sailor is disadvantaged in the advancement processes, Updike said. “Another delay in our cycle results due to COVID is only acceptable when we know that every Sailor was given a fair opportunity to compete for advancement.”

The chief of naval personnel determines the advancement result schedule.

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