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  1. 1. OCCUPATION: ET, Electronics Technician (Surface) PRIMARY OCCUPATION: NAVY, ACTIVE: PETTY OFFICER SECOND CLASS, Pay Grade E-5 SEP 2006 - APR 2009 (2 Years 7 Months) NAVY, ACTIVE: PETTY OFFICER THIRD CLASS, Pay Grade E-4 JAN 2003 - SEP 2006 (3 Years 8 Months) NAVY, ACTIVE: SEAMAN/FIREMAN/AIRMAN/CONSTRUCTIONMAN, Pay Grade E-3 JUN 2002 - JAN 2003 (7 Months) NAVY, ACTIVE: SEAMAN/FIREMAN/AIRMAN/CONSTRUCTIONMAN APPRENTICE, Pay Grade E-2 FEB 2002 - JUN 2002 (4 Months) DUTY OCCUPATION: NAVY, ACTIVE: PETTY OFFICER SECOND CLASS, Pay Grade E-5 SEP 2006 - APR 2009 (2 Years 7 Months) NAVY, ACTIVE: PETTY OFFICER THIRD CLASS, Pay Grade E-4 JAN 2003 - SEP 2006 (3 Years 8 Months) NAVY, ACTIVE: SEAMAN/FIREMAN/AIRMAN/CONSTRUCTIONMAN, Pay Grade E-3 JUN 2002 - JAN 2003 (7 Months) NAVY, ACTIVE: SEAMAN/FIREMAN/AIRMAN/CONSTRUCTIONMAN APPRENTICE, Pay Grade E-2 FEB 2002 - JUN 2002 (4 Months) OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION FOR: ET (NER-ET-007, Exhibit dates MAR 2004 - OCT 2014) Performs maintenance on electronic equipment for surface ships, electronic air detection and tracking equipment, electronic recognition and identification equipment, aids to navigation, and electronic equipment and components used VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING 1. LAST NAME - FIRST NAME - MIDDLE NAME 2. PAY GRADE 3. YEAR(S) IN SERVICE FORDE VALENTINE ALEXANDER E-5 7 4. MILITARY SERVICE COMPONENT 5. DATE OF INFORMATION NAVY, ACTIVE 2014 OCT 01 6. EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING HISTORY (In reverse chronological order) AND RELATED INFORMATION EXPERIENCE HISTORY: VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 1 of 12
  2. 2. for communication, cryptography, and navigation; possesses a general working knowledge of electricity and electronics. PAY GRADES UP TO E-5 (ET2): Reads and interprets schematics and block diagrams; uses test equipment and hand tools; repairs electrical/electronic cables and connectors; localizes malfunctions and repairs or replaces faulty parts or subassemblies; aligns, adjusts, calibrates, and performs preventive maintenance on equipment; inventories tools and portable test equipment; completes maintenance data forms. Maintains radar transmitting equipment, radar receiving equipment, radar identification equipment, and air navigation equipment; localizes malfunctions to systems, subsystems, circuits, and parts; inventories installed equipment; completes maintenance reports. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION FOR: ET (NER-ET-007, Exhibit dates MAR 2004 - OCT 2014) In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in electric circuits (AC/DC), 2 in electronic test equipment laboratory, 3 in technical mathematics, 3 in microcomputer applications software, 2 in navigation equipment, 3 in digital circuits, 3 in microprocessors, 4 in electronic circuits, 3 in electronic systems troubleshooting and maintenance, and 2 in personnel supervision (3/06)(3/06). RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATIONS FOR: ET Data Processing Equipment Repairers (OES 85705) Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment (ONET 49-2094.00) Electronics Mechanic (DOT 828.261-022) Electronics Repairers, Commercial And Industrial Equipment (OES 85717) Radio Mechanic (DOT 823.261-018) Radio Mechanics (OES 85514) OCCUPATION: SA, Seaman Apprentice PRIMARY OCCUPATION: NAVY, ACTIVE: SEAMAN/FIREMAN/AIRMAN/CONSTRUCTIONMAN APPRENTICE, Pay Grade E-2 AUG 2001 - FEB 2002 (6 Months) OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE FILE FOR: SA (Description dates JAN 1982 - OCT 2014) This is an enlisted grade E2 in training for rating SN. RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATIONS FOR: SA Able Seaman (DOT 911.364-010) Able Seamen (OES 97514) Deckhand (DOT 911.687-022) _____________________________ VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 2 of 12
  3. 3. Ordinary Seaman (DOT 911.687-030) Ordinary Seamen And Marine Oilers (OES 97517) Sailors and Marine Oilers (ONET 53-5011.00) OCCUPATION: SN, Seaman DUTY OCCUPATION: NAVY, ACTIVE: SEAMAN/FIREMAN/AIRMAN/CONSTRUCTIONMAN APPRENTICE, Pay Grade E-2 AUG 2001 - FEB 2002 (6 Months) NAVY, ACTIVE: SEAMAN/FIREMAN/AIRMAN/CONSTRUCTIONMAN RECRUIT, Pay Grade E-1 JUN 2001 - AUG 2001 (2 Months) OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION FOR: SN (NER-SN-002, Exhibit dates JAN 1990 - OCT 2009) Performs all basic seamanship functions aboard ship that involve line or wire and rigging used to secure the ship to a pier, mooring, or anchor; is able to identify functions of navigation and shipboard equipment; lowers, raises, and launches lifesaving equipment; handles small boats; navigates by using several different types of compasses; keeps records by degrees or points; knows navigational aids, nautical rules of the road, and the buoys of inland waters of the US; knows the nomenclature of decks, superstructures, and parts of the hull; knows the purpose and limitations of first aid and the first aid treatments for electrical shock, simple and compound fractures, heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and burns; must be qualified as a swimmer, fourth class; knows how to determine the classes of fire hoses and how to use carbon dioxide, dry chemical, and water portable fire extinguishers; knows the function of the typical fire main system, fixed carbon dioxide system, water washdown system, and magazine sprinkling system; knows the difference between flooding and progressive flooding and the danger involved. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION FOR: SN (NER-SN-002, Exhibit dates JAN 1990 - OCT 2009) In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in nautical science (seamanship) and 3 in nautical science (navigation); if qualified as a swimmer, first class, 1 semester hour in swimming and additional credit in swimming on the basis of institutional evaluation (10/99)(10/99). RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATION FOR: SN Sailors and Marine Oilers (ONET 53-5011.00) OCCUPATION: SR, Seaman Recruit PRIMARY OCCUPATION: NAVY, ACTIVE: SEAMAN/FIREMAN/AIRMAN/CONSTRUCTIONMAN RECRUIT, Pay Grade E-1 _____________________________ _____________________________ VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 3 of 12
  4. 4. JUN 2001 - AUG 2001 (2 Months) OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE FILE FOR: SR (Description dates JAN 1982 - OCT 2014) This is an enlisted grade E1 in training for rating SN. RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATION FOR: SR Sailors and Marine Oilers (ONET 53-5011.00) NAVY: NAVY ENLISTED CLASSIFICATIONS: 1425 - Communications Equipment (WSC-3/UHF DAMA) Technician JUN 2007 - APR 2009, MAR 2003 - MAR 2007 (Description dates JAN 1986 - OCT 2014) Performs organizational level maintenance on the WSC-3 (V) SATCOM and LOS transceivers, OE-82 antenna, SRA-33 multicoupler, CV-9351/WSC control indicator, and WSC-3 equipment rack, OK-454(V)/WSC single DAMA, OK- 455(V)/USC dual DAMA and OS-9123/SRC UHF multicoupler. 1430 - AN/USC-38 (V)2, 3 Maintenance Technician APR 2004 - APR 2009 (Description dates JAN 1995 - OCT 2014) Performs start-up, initialization, shutdown, emergency procedures, equipment checkouts, and alignment procedures on the AN/USC-38(V). Also, performs preventive and corrective maintenance, calibration and assembly. 1570 - Air Traffic Control Communications Technician FEB 2007 - APR 2009 (Description dates OCT 2008 - SEP 2010) Performs organizational level maintenance on AN/FSC-127 ETVS, AN/FSC-104 ECS, CM-200 Transmitters/Receivers Group and the Flight Data Input/Output (FDIO system). 1460 - Communications Security (COMSEC) Maintenance Technician JUN 2002 - APR 2004 (Description dates JUL 1994 - SEP 2009) Performs organizational level maintenance on KY-57/58, AN/WSC-43 and KG-84A/C including inspections, servicing, removing and replacing faulty assemblies or chassis mounted components. Diagnosis faults by using prescribed _____________________________ ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATION(S): VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 4 of 12
  5. 5. procedures, Built-In-Test Equipment (BITs), Special and General Purpose Electronic Test Equipment (SPETE/GPETE) as required. ** Note: Experience history data not available prior to FY 75 ** ** Note: Description, Length, or Credit Recommendation will not be displayed for a course if that information is not available. MILITARY TRAINING:OCT 2007 - SEP 2008 ARMY COURSE: 081F31CLC, COMBAT LIFE SAVER COURSE (CLC) LENGTH: 1 Year. COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE: (Description dates DEC 2005 - OCT 2014) COURSE DESCRIPTION (ARMY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 081F31CLC) MILITARY TRAINING:AUG 2007 - AUG 2007 NAVY COURSE: A-500-0102, WCSLC LENGTH: 1 Week. COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE: (Description dates MAR 2006 - OCT 2014) The First Line Leadership Development Program (FLLDP) consists of two subsections. The first subsection is the classroom attendance of the Work Center Supervisor Leadership Course (WCSLC). The second subsection is the required e-learning assigned to support the First Line Leadership Development Program and the Work Center Supervisor Leadership Course. Completion of both subsections is required for credit in the First Line Leadership Development Program. The Work Center Supervisor Leadership Course (WCSLC) supports Sailors, E4-E5, assigned to the first leadership position within the chain of command and is responsible for the growth, development, and daily direction of subordinates. WCSLC attendance is required for personnel (E4-E5) assigned to any comparable first line leadership position. Previous completion of the FLLDP or PO2 LTC (CIN P-500-0025 or P-500-0055) satisfies the requirement for WCSLC position assignment. The Navy Leadership Competency Model (NLCM) assigns the following competencies to the First Line Leadership Development Program: Accomplishing Mission, Leading People, Leading TRAINING HISTORY: COURSES SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED _____________________________ _____________________________ VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 5 of 12
  6. 6. Change, Working With People and Resource Stewardship. Students will be applying leadership skill sets based on the content derived from the NLCM. Posted on the WCSLC tab on the Leadership page will also be the Navy e-leanings required to successfully complete the First Line Leadership Development Program. / THE PURPOSE OF THIS COURSE IS TO PROVIDE WORK CENTER SUPERVISORS AND PERSONNEL IN EQUIVALENT LEADERSHIP POSITIONS WITH THE REQUISITE NAVAL LEADERSHIP SKILLS NECESSARY TO FUNCTION AS EFFECTIVE LEADERS AND MANAGERS WITHIN THEIR JOB POSITIONS. (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: A-500-0102) MILITARY TRAINING:DEC 2006 - JAN 2007 NAVY COURSE: C-103-2017, AN/FSC-127 Enhanced Terminal Voice Switch Hardware Maintenance, class G1 LENGTH: 3 weeks (120 hours) COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION: (NV-1715-1924, Exhibit dates NOV 1999 - FEB 2007) Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform operational checks, alignments, preventive maintenance, and corrective maintenance on audio equipment. Instructions contains lecture, theory of audio system operation, on-hands troubleshooting of instructor-inserted malfunctions; and preventive maintenance. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (NV-1715-1924, Exhibit dates NOV 1999 - FEB 2007) In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 2 semester hours in electronic systems troubleshooting and maintenance (3/00)(3/00). (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: C-103-2017) MILITARY TRAINING:OCT 2006 - DEC 2006 NAVY COURSE: C-103-2118, AN/FSC-104(V) Standard Emergency Communication Systems, Class G1 LENGTH: 6 weeks (173 hours) COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION: (NV-1715-1761, Exhibit dates JUL 2000 - OCT 2014) Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform operational checks, alignment, preventive, and corrective maintenance on communications systems. _____________________________ _____________________________ VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 6 of 12
  7. 7. Audiovisual materials, practical exercises, classroom exercises, and lecture. General course topics include electrical and electronic systems communications systems and troubleshooting. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (NV-1715-1761, Exhibit dates JUL 2000 - OCT 2014) In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in communications systems operation, troubleshooting, and repair (3/09)(3/09). (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: C-103-2118) MILITARY TRAINING:OCT 2006 - OCT 2006 NAVY COURSE: C-103-2045, Air Traffic Control Maintenance Preparatory, Class G1 LENGTH: 1-2 weeks (76-77 hours) COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION: (NV-1704-0413, Exhibit dates APR 1993 - MAY 2011) Upon completion of the course, the student will be understand basic entry-level maintenance interface principles. Course includes lectures and laboratories in identifying electronic equipment safety precautions and air traffic control electronic equipment operations. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (NV-1704-0413, Exhibit dates APR 1993 - MAY 2011) Credit is not recommended because of the military-specific nature of the course (1/01)(1/01). (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: C-103-2045) MILITARY TRAINING:OCT 2006 - OCT 2006 NAVY COURSE: C-103-2065, FDIO MAINT LENGTH: 4 Days. COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE: (Description dates JUN 1955 - OCT 2014) Training is provided in the following areas: 1. Use and operation of appropriate test equipment 2. Troubleshoot to the lowest organizational level and repair A. RCU B. Peripheral Units 3. Align and adjust in accordance with the technical manual A. Power Supplies B. Peripheral Units 4. Perform scheduled maintenance as outlined on MRC's A. FDIO _____________________________ _____________________________ VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 7 of 12
  8. 8. System B. Peripheral Units 5. Observe all personnel and equipment safety procedures and regulations. / To provide the theory and technical skills necessary to operate and perform preventive and corrective maintenance on the Flight Data Input/Output Communications System. (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: C-103-2065) MILITARY TRAINING:FEB 2004 - MAR 2004 NAVY COURSE: A-101-0269, Navy EHF Satellite Communications Program AN/USC-38 (V) 2/3 Ship/Shore Maintainer LENGTH: 5-7 weeks (200-280 hours) COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION: (NV-1715-2017, Exhibit dates OCT 1996 - JUL 2004) Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to operate, maintain, and repair an extremely high frequency communications system, including alignment, adjustment, and calibration procedures. Instruction is group paced with lectures and practical exercises covering high-power amplification, transformers, antenna groups, and alignment and calibration procedures. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (NV-1715-2017, Exhibit dates OCT 1996 - JUL 2004) In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in electronics systems troubleshooting and repair (7/01)(7/05). (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: A-101-0269) MILITARY TRAINING:NOV 2002 - FEB 2003 NAVY COURSE: A-101-0138, Ultra High Frequency Systems Maintenance Technician LENGTH: 11 weeks (400-440 hours) COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION: (NV-1715-1776, Exhibit dates SEP 1997 - MAY 2004) Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the operational characteristics and capabilities of the communications set, including antenna groups, be able to perform preventive and corrective maintenance, and be familiar with shipboard UHF communications in general. Lectures and hands-on experiences on the operation, troubleshooting, and corrective maintenance of communications _____________________________ _____________________________ VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 8 of 12
  9. 9. systems including antenna groups and subsystems. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (NV-1715-1776, Exhibit dates SEP 1997 - MAY 2004) In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in electronics systems troubleshooting and repair (7/01)(8/05). (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: A-101-0138) MILITARY TRAINING:MAY 2002 - MAY 2002 NAVY COURSE: A-160-0116, Communications Security COMSEC Maintenance Technician LENGTH: 2 weeks (80 hours) COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION: (NV-1715-2011, Exhibit dates JUN 1993 - JUL 2003) Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to describe safety and operational procedures and perform maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of the KG-84 cryptographic family, data transfer devices, and ancillary equipment. Instructional method is group-paced consisting of equal time in lectures and laboratories covering cryptographic equipment and data transfer devices. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (NV-1715-2011, Exhibit dates JUN 1993 - JUL 2003) In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in introduction to electronics (7/01)(7/05). (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: A-160-0116) MILITARY TRAINING:JAN 2002 - MAY 2002 NAVY COURSE: A-100-0146, Electronics Technician Communications Strand, Class A LENGTH: 14 weeks (553 hours) COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION: (NV-1715-1863, Exhibit dates FEB 1997 - DEC 2003) Upon completion of the course, the student will comprehend the principles, rules, and concepts of communications _____________________________ _____________________________ VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 9 of 12
  10. 10. which are necessary to troubleshoot transmitters and receivers; state how electromagnetic interference affect radio wave propagation; explain the operating principles of transmission lines; describe the characteristics of an antenna in terms of polarization, gain, and radiation resistance; and describe the operational characteristics and subsections of a radar receiver. Includes lecture, demonstrations, and performance exercises on radio receivers, radio transmitters, fault isolation and repair of faults, antenna systems, radar power distribution, and phase-lock loops. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (NV-1715-1863, Exhibit dates FEB 1997 - DEC 2003) In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 4 semester hours in communications (with radar endorsement) (10/97)(10/97). (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: A-100-0146) MILITARY TRAINING:JAN 2002 - JAN 2002 NAVY COURSE: P-500-0047, P O INDOC / TRA LENGTH: 3 Days. COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE: (Description dates JAN 1984 - OCT 2014) To familiarize and indoctrinate newly advanced Third Class Petty Officers with tools and skills necessary for good leadership. / This course will familiarize the student with the following: 1. Roles and responsibilities of a Petty Officer. 2. Basics of leadership and management. 3. Concepts of human behavior. 4. Communication skills. 5. Standards in the Navy. 6. The Petty Officers role in counseling. 7. The four essential areas of discipline. 8. Military Justice System. 9. Pride, Professionalism and Personal Excellence in Today's Navy. (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: P-500-0047) MILITARY TRAINING:SEP 2001 - JAN 2002 NAVY COURSE: A-100-0148, Advanced Electronics Technical Core LENGTH: 12 weeks (480 hours) COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION: (NV-1715-1930, Exhibit dates NOV 1996 - SEP 2003) Upon completion of this computer based learning experience, the student will demonstrate a sound knowledge of DC _____________________________ _____________________________ VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 10 of 12
  11. 11. theory, AC theory, solid state theory, digital logic, and communications systems; identify, troubleshoot, and correct problems to the component level in a variety of electronic systems; use and interpret equipment technical manuals; apply electronic test equipment, and display a knowledge of the planned maintenance system. Instruction in this computer based program, with instructor interface, covers an introduction to computer assisted instruction; introduction to electricity; electronics theory; troubleshooting circuits with test equipment such as the multimeter, signal generator, and oscilloscope; solid state electronics, digital logic circuits, and basic communications systems. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (NV-1715-1930, Exhibit dates NOV 1996 - SEP 2003) In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in DC circuits, 1 in DC laboratory, 3 in AC circuits, 1 in AC laboratory, 3 in solid state electronics, 1 in solid state laboratory, 3 in digital logic circuits and systems, 1 in digital logic circuits laboratory, 2 in communication receivers, and 1 in communication receivers laboratory (7/99)(7/99). (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: A-100-0148) MILITARY TRAINING:SEP 2001 - SEP 2001 NAVY COURSE: A-950-0080, PFM LENGTH: 2 Days. COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE: (Description dates MAR 2001 - OCT 2014) This course will train all new boot camp graduates on the principles of sound financial management prior to attending A- school. The course will provide new Sailors with the basic skills, tools and values to keep them financially sound and out of harms way. The course combines knowledge, skills and values to assist Sailors with starting their navy careers off on a sound financial base. / This course is 16 hours of classroom instruction on a variety of basic skills and values from understanding their pay and allowances; building a budget; selecting a proper bank and reconciling a checking account; buying a car; the understanding; and proper use of credit. (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: A-950-0080) MILITARY TRAINING:JUN 2001 - SEP 2001 NAVY COURSE: A-950-0001, Recruit Training LENGTH: 8-10 weeks (122-169 hours) _____________________________ _____________________________ VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 11 of 12
  12. 12. COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION: (NV-2202-0165, Exhibit dates JAN 1995 - JUL 2002) Upon completion of the course, the recruit will demonstrate knowledge of general military and Navy protocol, first aid, personal health and safety, basic swimming, fire fighting and damage control, seamanship, water survival skills, and will meet prescribed standards for physical fitness. Course includes lectures, demonstrations, and performance exercises in military protocol and drill, seamanship, fire fighting, first aid, safety, health, and physical conditioning. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (NV-2202-0165, Exhibit dates JAN 1995 - JUL 2002) In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour in personal fitness/conditioning, 1 in personal community health, and 1 in first aid and safety (3/92)(8/99). (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: A-950-0001) ** Note: Limited training history is available prior to FY 84 (ARMY); FY 78 (NAVY); FY 70 (AIR FORCE); FY 67 (MARINE CORPS) END OF AUTOMATED MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING HISTORY DATA ** Note: This history includes only the centrally automated experience and training information that the services maintained on your military record ** LEGEND CODE: DOT: Dictionary of Occupational Titles published by the Department of Labor OES: Occupational Employment Statistics published by the Office of Personnel Management ONET: Occupational Information Network DD FORM 2586, JAN 2010 PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 12 of 12

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