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Navy Suspends High-Year Tenure for most Sailors


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The Navy announced a two-year suspension of enlisted high-year tenure Dec. 22 to improve Navy retention efforts and Fleet readiness.  

“This suspension means more of our talented and experienced Sailors can stay in the Navy,” said Rear Adm. James Waters III, director, Military Personnel Plans and Policy Division, N13, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. “By removing this barrier to retaining career-minded Sailors, the Navy is broadening career progression opportunities for Sailors and allowing them the opportunity to advance to the next higher paygrade.”

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