From Navy Personnel Command Public Affairs Office
MILLINGTON, Tenn. (NNS) -- The board results have been approved by the chief of naval personnel, and Navy Personnel Command (NPC) is notifying commanding officers of Sailors who have not been selected for continuation.
Once notifications are complete, all results will be posted on BUPERS Online at https://www.bol.navy.mil where individuals may check their results personally, similar to advancement results.
"Commands have been directed to notify the Sailors not being continued and report back to us that it's been completed; we'll then release the full list on BUPERS Online," said Capt. Leo Falardeau, Navy Personnel Command assistant commander for career progression.
The Senior Enlisted Continuation Board is a performance-driven review of master chiefs, senior chiefs and chiefs with more than 19 years of service and three years' time-in-grade. It serves as a force stabilization measure, like Perform to Serve, allowing the Navy to retain the best Sailors.
The Senior Enlisted Continuation Board convened Sept. 20 at NPC. The board reviewed 9,096 active duty, full-time support, and Reserve records including 5,740 chiefs, 2,343 senior chiefs, and 1,013 master chiefs.
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