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Anyone else waiting on this? I just saw the quotas were released, but it doesn't show how many for each group are eligible for it.

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You can go into the Navy Advancement Center, look at the cycle statistics, and pull up Cycle 225, Nov 2014. That lists the numbers for each category (Active, FTS, Reserve) and all 3 ranks (E7-E9).

KnockoutTrish: What is your rate? I have a print out of the stats.

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Guest KnockoutTrish

You can go into the Navy Advancement Center, look at the cycle statistics, and pull up Cycle 225, Nov 2014. That lists the numbers for each category (Active, FTS, Reserve) and all 3 ranks (E7-E9).

KnockoutTrish: What is your rate? I have a print out of the stats.

Looking for MM Group 3 (nuke submarine MM).

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Looking for MM Group 3 (nuke submarine MM).

MMCM (group 3) had 38 candidates listed in November. I don't think that number captures any person that may have gotten out due to the continuation board from January.

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