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Navy advancement exams are developed by E7 and above rating subject matter experts. Chiefs who get selected to represent their rating will be funded for Temporary Assigned Duty to the Navy Advancement Center in Pensacola, Fla. Selected rating experts will serve as panel members for an Advancement Readiness Review (AERR) event based on the schedule below (SlideShare link). AERRs are one to two weeks in duration, and give attendees an opportunity to have a unique and impactful influence on a rating. During the AERR, rating chiefs will develop test plans and test content, verify reference material, review exam bank questions and write new questions. It's a tough and rewarding TAD. Go to NAC's NKO portal to learn how to apply for your rating's AERR!


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