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Spook

Good Morning Folks,

I had a question about how the selection board results are posted. I have received conflicting responses regarding the numbers located next to an individuals name on selection results.

I have heard two things:

  • The individuals are ordered by time in rate...with #1 having the most TIR.
  • The number is where the member fell in the rack/stack on the board.

Ex:

Smith John    004        Halsey Bull           005
Jones John    002        King Earnest        003
Nimitz Chest  006        Leahy William      001

Are there any previous board members out there who can help clarify this?

V/r

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Tony

Anyone? :huh:

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HawkISback
On 5/11/2017 at 2:19 PM, Tony said:

Anyone? :huh:

 

On 4/19/2017 at 8:22 AM, Spook said:

Good Morning Folks,

I had a question about how the selection board results are posted. I have received conflicting responses regarding the numbers located next to an individuals name on selection results.

I have heard two things:

  • The individuals are ordered by time in rate...with #1 having the most TIR.
  • The number is where the member fell in the rack/stack on the board.

Ex:

Smith John    004        Halsey Bull           005
Jones John    002        King Earnest        003
Nimitz Chest  006        Leahy William      001

Are there any previous board members out there who can help clarify this?

V/r

CTNCS

 

 

 

 

Senior, 

 

It is by seniority. The navy advances approximately three percent a month until the limiting date.  Sometimes with the bigger rates it's more. 

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