Armed Forces News

Yokosuka, Japan - Jan 2012: Chief Hospital Corpsman Huu Tran proctors the Navy-wide chief petty officer advancement exam at the base enlisted club at Fleet Activities Yokosuka. The exam assesses a Sailor's knowledge of in-rate training and professional military knowledge. (Navy photo by MCS 3rd Class Declan Barnes) 

More than 90,000 sailors who normally would find out by Memorial Day if they are being advanced in pay grade will have to wait until early next month.

Mitigations triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic has required the Navy expand the window of exam administrations, which in turn triggered the delayed release of results for candidates for advancement to E-4 through E-6.


The new release date is July 8, with profile sheets available online the following day.

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