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    1. Seaman Recruit

      A seaman recruit has demonstrated their qualification to move on to the SEAL Assessment phase by sitting through an oral board review with HQ. They will have met all minimum mental & physical requirements to be given the opportunity to move to the basic weapons and land navigation assessment phase in which they must prove their readiness to enter BUDs. 

      0
      Promotion Points
      E-1
      SR
    2. Seaman Apprentice

      A seaman apprentice will have passed the SEAL Assessment phase with high scores by demonstrating proficiency in basic weapons operation, land navigation, and swimming. Furthermore, the seaman apprentice will successfully demonstrate quick comprehension of orders by fulfilling them accurately and with little difficulty.

      1
      Promotion Points
      E-2
      SA
    3. Seaman

      A seaman will have fulfilled all requirements for a seaman apprentice, plus they will have attended a minimum of three formal field operations with the team. During training and operation participation, a seaman will have proven their capability to be an effective member of their patrol and receive satisfactory feedback from their instructors and patrol leaders during such deployments.

      3
      Promotion Points
      E-3
      SN
    4. Petty Officer Third Class

      A Petty Officer Third Class has fulfilled all requirements for the seaman, plus they will have attended an additional two operations. Furthermore, the Petty Officer Third Class will have completed the BUD's training phase with satisfactory results and qualify to receive status as a full member of the unit and be awarded the SEAL trident. As a new NCO, it is expected of all Petty Officer Third Class's to further develop their skillset within the teams and seek new training opportunities through the professional development set of courses. To be recognized at this rank, the teams are looking for active communication, strong operational capability, and dedication to the safety of their patrol and swim buddy.

      7
      Promotion Points
      E-4
      SO3
    5. Petty Officer Third Class

      A Petty Officer Third Class has fulfilled all requirements for the seaman, plus they will have attended an additional two operations. Furthermore, the Petty Officer Third Class will have completed the BUD's training phase with satisfactory results and qualify to receive status as a full member of the unit and be awarded the SEAL trident. As a new NCO, it is expected of all Petty Officer Third Class's to further develop their skillset within the teams and seek new training opportunities through the professional development set of courses. To be recognized at this rank, the teams are looking for active communication, strong operational capability, and dedication to the safety of their patrol and swim buddy.

      7
      Promotion Points
      E-4
      SO3
    6. Petty Officer Second Class

      A Petty Officer Second Class will have fulfilled all requirements and expectations for the Petty Officer Third Class, plus have completed at least three SEAL Qualification Trainings and an additional ten formal operations within the unit. Furthermore, the Petty Officer Second Class will demonstrate leadership potential and consistently achieve success in their position within the patrol.

      Furthermore, it is expected of the Petty Officer Second Class to actively participate in mentoring new recruits within the unit and offer support, so they can successfully complete the BUD's training phase. To be recognized at this rank, the teams are looking for strong operational acumen and dependability, leadership capacity, and an individual that newer members can model and look to for support. Lastly, it is expected of this rank to be involved in the team's BUD's instruction course and unit recruitment, to be discussed with HQ on a case-by-case basis.

      15
      Promotion Points
      E-5
      SO2
    7. Petty Officer Second Class

      A Petty Officer Second Class will have fulfilled all requirements and expectations for the Petty Officer Third Class, plus have completed at least three SEAL Qualification Trainings and an additional ten formal operations within the unit. Furthermore, the Petty Officer Second Class will demonstrate leadership potential and consistently achieve success in their position within the patrol.

      Furthermore, it is expected of the Petty Officer Second Class to actively participate in mentoring new recruits within the unit and offer support, so they can successfully complete the BUD's training phase. To be recognized at this rank, the teams are looking for strong operational acumen and dependability, leadership capacity, and an individual that newer members can model and look to for support. Lastly, it is expected of this rank to be involved in the team's BUD's instruction course and unit recruitment, to be discussed with HQ on a case-by-case basis.

      15
      Promotion Points
      E-5
      SO2
    8. Petty Officer First Class

      A Petty Officer First Class will have fulfilled all requirements and expectations for the Petty Officer Second Class, plus have completed an additional two SEAL Qualification Trainings, two unit level training's(Team Leader training strongly recommended), and ten formal operations. Furthermore, the Petty Officer First Class will have shown leadership capability and consistently proven themselves to be a critical asset to the teams. Moreover, the Petty Officer First Class will prove their dependability and active communication with the teams.

      It is expected of the Petty Officer First Class to provide quality mentor-ship for all lower ranking personnel looking to further their skills and status within the teams by facilitating BUD level training's. Furthermore, as a staff level NCO, a Petty Officer First Class will take responsibility of at least one staff level duty within the teams involving coordination of a BUD's training course or unit recruitment is required. To be recognized at this rank, strong mentor ship acumen will be demonstrated through clear, concise communication during field operations, strong ability to lead teams in successfully accomplishing objectives accurately and precisely, and ability to translate orders correctly and think independently.

      25
      Promotion Points
      E-6
      SO1
    9. Petty Officer First Class

      A Petty Officer First Class will have fulfilled all requirements and expectations for the Petty Officer Second Class, plus have completed an additional two SEAL Qualification Trainings, two unit level training's(Team Leader training strongly recommended), and ten formal operations. Furthermore, the Petty Officer First Class will have shown leadership capability and consistently proven themselves to be a critical asset to the teams. Moreover, the Petty Officer First Class will prove their dependability and active communication with the teams.

      It is expected of the Petty Officer First Class to provide quality mentor-ship for all lower ranking personnel looking to further their skills and status within the teams by facilitating BUD level training's. Furthermore, as a staff level NCO, a Petty Officer First Class will take responsibility of at least one staff level duty within the teams involving coordination of a BUD's training course or unit recruitment is required. To be recognized at this rank, strong mentor ship acumen will be demonstrated through clear, concise communication during field operations, strong ability to lead teams in successfully accomplishing objectives accurately and precisely, and ability to translate orders correctly and think independently.

      25
      Promotion Points
      E-6
      SO1
    10. Chief Petty Officer

      A Chief Petty Officer will have fulfilled all requirements and expectations for the Petty Officer First Class, plus have completed an additional two professional development courses, two unit level training's, and fifteen formal operations. Furthermore, as a Senior NCO, the Chief Petty Officer will demonstrate very strong leadership ability through actively mentoring all new recruits and NCOs, capability in translating orders in the field and accomplishing complex objectives, provide consistent, quality education in the form of BUD level courses, and demonstrate an overall working knowledge within the teams.

      Moreover, a Chief Petty Officer will assume staff level responsibilities by performing SEAL Selection, managing BUD's courses, and facilitating professional development training's. To be recognized at this rank, quality of students coming out of BUD training will be exceptional, there is strong communication between senior ranking members of the teams with enlisted personnel, and clear operational and strategic capability will be demonstrated on the field. Additionally, staff functions will be performed with exceptional results and the teams consistently benefit from the input and contributions of this rank.

      40
      Promotion Points
      E-7
      SOC
    11. Chief Petty Officer

      A Chief Petty Officer will have fulfilled all requirements and expectations for the Petty Officer First Class, plus have completed an additional two professional development courses, two unit level training's, and fifteen formal operations. Furthermore, as a Senior NCO, the Chief Petty Officer will demonstrate very strong leadership ability through actively mentoring all new recruits and NCOs, capability in translating orders in the field and accomplishing complex objectives, provide consistent, quality education in the form of BUD level courses, and demonstrate an overall working knowledge within the teams.

      Moreover, a Chief Petty Officer will assume staff level responsibilities by performing SEAL Selection, managing BUD's courses, and facilitating professional development training's. To be recognized at this rank, quality of students coming out of BUD training will be exceptional, there is strong communication between senior ranking members of the teams with enlisted personnel, and clear operational and strategic capability will be demonstrated on the field. Additionally, staff functions will be performed with exceptional results and the teams consistently benefit from the input and contributions of this rank.

      40
      Promotion Points
      E-7
      SOC
    12. Senior Chief Petty Officer

      A Senior Chief Petty Officer will have fulfilled all requirements and expectations for the Chief Petty Officer, plus have completed an additional three professional development courses, three unit level training's, and 25 formal operations. Furthermore, as a Senior NCO, the Senior Chief Petty Officer will demonstrate very strong leadership ability through actively mentoring all new recruits and NCOs, capability in translating orders in the field and accomplishing complex objectives, provide consistent, quality education in the form of BUD level courses, and demonstrate an overall working knowledge within the teams.

      Moreover, a  Senior Chief Petty Officer will assume staff level responsibilities by performing SEAL Selection, managing BUD's courses, and facilitating professional development training's. To be recognized at this rank, quality of students coming out of BUD training will be exceptional, there is strong communication between senior ranking members of the teams with enlisted personnel, and clear operational and strategic capability will be demonstrated on the field. Additionally, staff functions will be performed with exceptional results and the teams consistently benefit from the input and contributions of this rank.

      65
      Promotion Points
      E-8
      SOCS
    13. Senior Chief Petty Officer

      A Senior Chief Petty Officer will have fulfilled all requirements and expectations for the Chief Petty Officer, plus have completed an additional three professional development courses, three unit level training's, and 25 formal operations. Furthermore, as a Senior NCO, the Senior Chief Petty Officer will demonstrate very strong leadership ability through actively mentoring all new recruits and NCOs, capability in translating orders in the field and accomplishing complex objectives, provide consistent, quality education in the form of BUD level courses, and demonstrate an overall working knowledge within the teams.

      Moreover, a  Senior Chief Petty Officer will assume staff level responsibilities by performing SEAL Selection, managing BUD's courses, and facilitating professional development training's. To be recognized at this rank, quality of students coming out of BUD training will be exceptional, there is strong communication between senior ranking members of the teams with enlisted personnel, and clear operational and strategic capability will be demonstrated on the field. Additionally, staff functions will be performed with exceptional results and the teams consistently benefit from the input and contributions of this rank.

      65
      Promotion Points
      E-8
      SOCS
    14. Master Chief Petty Officer

      A  Master Chief Petty Officer will have fulfilled all requirements and expectations for the Senior Chief Petty Officer, plus have completed an additional two professional development courses, two unit level training's, and 35 formal operations. Furthermore, as a Senior NCO, the Chief Petty Officer will demonstrate very strong leadership ability through actively mentoring all new recruits and NCOs, capability in translating orders in the field and accomplishing complex objectives, provide consistent, quality education in the form of BUD level courses, and demonstrate an overall working knowledge within the teams.

      100
      Promotion Points
      E-9
      SOCM
    15. Chief Warrant Officer Two

      Warrant officers perform duties that are directly related to their previous enlisted service and specialized training. This allows the Navy to capitalize on the experience of warrant officers without having to frequently transition them to other duty assignments for advancement.

      120
      Promotion Points
      W-2
      CWO-2
    16. Chief Warrant Officer Three

      0
      Promotion Points
      W-3
      CWO-3
    17. Chief Warrant Officer Four

      0
      Promotion Points
      W-4
      CWO-4
    18. Chief Warrant Officer Five

      0
      Promotion Points
      W-5
      CWO-5
    19. Ensign

      0
      Promotion Points
      O-1
      ENS
    20. Lieutenant(Junior Grade)

      0
      Promotion Points
      O-2
      LTJG
    21. Lieutenant

      0
      Promotion Points
      O-3
      LT
    22. Lieutenant Commander

      0
      Promotion Points
      O-4
      LCDR
    23. Commander

      300
      Promotion Points
      O-5
      CDR
    24. Captain

      400
      Promotion Points
      O-6
      CAPT
    25. Rear Admiral(Lower Half)

      500
      Promotion Points
      O-7
      RDML
    26. Rear Admiral

      600
      Promotion Points
      O-8
      RADM
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