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ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATION READINESS REVIEW 1ST AND 2ND QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 2023 SCHEDULE AND IDENTIFICATION OF FLEET SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS


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SUBJ/ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATION READINESS REVIEW 1ST AND 2ND QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 
2023 SCHEDULE AND IDENTIFICATION OF FLEET SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS// 
 
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NARR/REF A IS NAVADMIN 229/17, REALIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR RECRUITMENT 
AND SELECTION OF FLEET SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS FOR ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATION 
READINESS REVIEWS.   
REF B IS MILPERSMAN ARTICLE 1401-020, ADVANCEMENT EXAM READINESS REVIEW 
(AERR).// 
 
RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN announces the Advancement Examination Readiness 
Review (AERR) schedule from October 2022 to April 2023.  AERR events 
provide an opportunity for selected Fleet subject matter experts (FSME) 
from Fleet and shore-based commands to impact their respective ratings 
by updating and validating the examination question bank.  Selected 
chief, senior chief, and master chief petty officers on Active Duty, 
Training and Administration of the Reserves, and Reservists currently 
on Active Duty for Operational Support may take part in the process. 
AERRs enable the Navy to advance the most qualified and rating- 
knowledgeable Sailors. 
 
2.  AERRs are held at Naval Education and Training Professional 
Development Center (NETPDC) in Pensacola, FL.  Temporary duty travel 
(TDY) in support of AERR events is considered mission critical and is 
flag officer approved.  All costs pertaining to TDY are funded by 
NETPDC.  All travel will be in line with Department of the Navy 
regulations at the time of the scheduled AERR. 
 
3.  In line with reference (a), type commanders (TYCOM) and rating 
sponsors will recruit rating FSMEs, select AERR attendees plus two 
alternate members, and provide names and contact information to NETPDC 
via e-mail at NETPDC_AERR_mailbox(at)navy.mil with a subject line of 
AERR selectees.  Provide above information no less than 45 days prior 
to the AERR convening date with the exception of the 16 - 29 October 
convening which requires the above information no less than 30 days 
prior. 
 
4.  The following AERRs are scheduled from October 2022 through March 
2023 and are subject to change.  AERR schedule is in the following format: 
 
Convene Date:                  Rating (number of FSMEs required) 
16 - 29 October                ABH (6), EMN (6), ITS(EW) (6), YN (6) 
27 November - 10 December      LS (6), PS (6) 
4 - 17 December                TM (6) 
22 - 28 January                STG (6) 
22 January - 4 February        EOD (6), RP (6), HT (6) 
5 - 11 February                AWS (6), BM (6) 
26 February - 4 March          AG (6) 
26 February - 11 March         AWR (6), LN (6), SW (6), EN (6) 
5 - 11 March                   EM (6), IS (6) 
5 - 18 March                   AE (6) 
12 - 18 March                  ITS(RM) (6), MMA (6) 
19 March - 1 April             CE (6), MM (6) 
26 March - 1 April             AZ (6), STS (6) 
 
5.  In line with reference (b), nomination waivers with accompanying 
justification must be approved by NETPDC prior to TYCOM or rating 
sponsor selections.  Due to financial constraints, applications from 
outside the continental United States will not be approved at this 
time. 
 
6.  To view the most up-to-date AERR schedule, locate a specific rating 
selection point of contact and download the AERR nomination package, 
log into MyNavy Portal at https://www.mnp.navy.mil/ and select 
Professional Resources/Navy Advancement Center (NAC)/AERR. 
 
7.  Point of contact for this matter is the NETPDC Fleet Liaison, (850) 
473-6169/DSN 753 or NETPDC_AERR_MAILBOX(at)navy.mil. 
 
8.  Released by Rear Admiral J. P. Waters, Acting N1B.// 
 
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