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In reference to the following from BUPERSINST 1430.16F

Transfer to the FLTRES. Except for Fleet Reservists
recalled to active duty, E6, E7, and E8 members who have
submitted formal written requests for transfer to the FLTRES are
ineligible for further advancement consideration, unless the
request is HYT-mandated. Personnel who will be over established
HYT for their present paygrade on the first day of the
advancement cycle are ineligible for advancement and will not be
considered by selection boards.

So I'm active duty regular navy I put in my fleet reserve request in January 2017. I get out July 2018 (20 year mark). Does that mean I am ineligible to take the Chief/E-7 exam. There is a small division of opinion as to what that statement means. Some say yes I can take the exam but others say no. Help?

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