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Navy Reconvenes Active E-9 Selection board

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WASHINGTON (NNS) -- The Navy announced Monday that it has reconvened the FY-18 Active-Duty Advancement Selection Board for Master Chief Petty Officers in Millington, Tennessee.

The board was suspended April 12, after the Navy received a report that board deliberations may have been compromised. 

The eligibility list for the board remains the same and quotas that were released April 3, will be used.

There are a total of 506 quotas, an increase of 32 quotas from last year's board, and opportunity is above the 10-year opportunity average of 13.01 percent for E-8's to advance to E-9. 

The full list of Cycle 233 active duty E-9 quotas is available 
here -> http://www.navy.mil/ah_online/documents/1704_E9QuotasSheet.pdf

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