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Commissioning Programs

 
Commissioned Officers make up the leadership and management teams of the Navy and Navy Reserve. They hold positions in dozens of different career and job areas, from health care to engineering. Sailors interested in becoming a Commissioned Officer in the United States Navy can obtain program information from the Enlisted to Officer Commissioning Program Application Administrative Manual OPNAVINST 1420.1 series.

Officer Program Documents

“NOTE: The EDO IPP Board is set for 20 FEBRUARY 2023.  Application Deadline is 27 JANUARY 2023.
The EDO IPP provides a pathway to enhance upward mobility for enlisted personnel of the diving community
(Navy enlisted classifications (NEC) Diver Second Class (M2DV), Diver First Class (M1DV), or Master Diver (MMDV) to obtain a commission, designator 1460.”
 

“NOTE: The HR ISPP Board is set for 3 APRIL 2023.  Application Deadline is 17 FEBRUARY 2023.  This opens a pathway to a commission in the Active Component (AC) Human Resource Officer community for active-duty enlisted personnel who meet eligibility criteria.  
If necessary, please coordinate your interview with the AC HR OCM no later than January 27th, 2023.”


Seaman to Admiral 21 Program
Medical Enlisted Commissioning Program
Medical Service Corps Inservice Procurement Program  

United States Naval Academy
Officer Candidate School
**Note**

While transitioning to FlankSpeed, please send OCS applications to paul.l.celestin.civ@us.navy.mil
The completed application must be received before the due date in the following format:
 TWO PDF files:
     (1) File 1 is application documentation; file must be less than 10 MB.
     (2) File 2 is medical documentation; file must be less than 10 MB.
 
It would be wise to submit your application as early as possible as it needs to be viewed and edits may need to be sent back to you for re-submittal;
it is YOUR responsibility to submit a quality application.  In the case a waiver is required, YOU need to get YOUR application in TWO weeks before the due date OR your application will be pushed to the following board.  Any application submitted at the due date requiring corrections or a waiver will be pushed to the following board.
Limited Duty Officer / Chief Warrant Officer​           
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