Featuring the latest information and updates regarding your Navy Career Tools.
Mobile Apps that support Your Navy Career!
MyNavy Portal-MyRecord (Updated DEC 2019) – Provides Sailors secure access to their personnel and training information from their own mobile devices, using commercial grade multi-factor authentication instead of their Common Access Card (CAC).
Professional Military Knowledge Eligibility Exam (PMK-EE) (Updated NOV 2019) – One of the most popular apps developed by the SeaWarrior program, PMK-EE is a convenient way to prepare for and complete required exams of the enlisted advancement process for E4/5/6/7 paygrades.
Navy Tools (New! NOV 2019) – Safe, effective use and care of commonly used hand and measuring tools are highlighted to help Sailors select the right tools to do their work quickly and accurately.
MyNavy Family (Updated NOV 2019) – Access to new content on family financial planning, survivors resources and information for parents and family members have been added to this popular app developed for Navy spouses and Sailors' families.
VCNO Standards of Conduct
(Updated OCT 2019) – This mobile version of the Vice Chief of Naval Operations Standards of Conduct outlines official guidance, along with information and tools that cover frequently encountered ethics topics.
(Updated SEP 2019) – This mobile app calculates projected Final Multiple Scores (FMS) for E3 through E6 Sailors eligible for advancement to pay grades E4 through E7. MyNavy Financial Literacy
(Updated AUG 2019) – In-depth information and resources to help Sailors achieve their personal financial goals, as well as meet requirements for Navy financial literacy education.Navy College Program
(Updated AUG 2019) – Provides information to help Sailors make informed decisions for their personal and professional development, throughout their Navy careers.
(Updated JUL 2019) – Updated and expanded in 2019, this app provides all Sailors with the necessary information and guidance to properly wear all Navy uniforms, components and accoutrements.
Career Tools for Afloat Sailors
1. The Career Tools Afloat (CTA) page simplifies Sailor access to personnel and training applications that reside on NIAPS, NSIPS or the Internet. Afloat Sailors should look for the CTA page in order to find Navy eLearning (NeL) Afloat, Electronic Service Record (ESR) Afloat, Electronic Training Jacket (ETJ) Afloat, and FLTMPS Afloat.
2. Maintenance Upgrade 1B-5, or MU1B-5, gave afloat Sailors and Training Officers a way to know for sure if Navy eLearning Afloat on NIAPS is working reliably or not. It also provided new functionality to the Electronic Training Jacket Afloat and FLTMPS Afloat.