What is MILPERSMAN 1306-110?
MILPERSMAN 1306-110 is a Navy regulation that covers the enlisted duty preference, which allows sailors to express their preferences for specific duty assignments.
Who is eligible to request duty preferences under MILPERSMAN 1306-110?
All active duty enlisted sailors are eligible to request duty preferences under MILPERSMAN 1306-110.
How often can I submit a duty preference request?
You can submit a duty preference request once every 24 months under MILPERSMAN 1306-110.
How do I submit a duty preference request?
You can submit your duty preference request via electronic means using the Career Management System-Interactive Detailing (CMS-ID) or through your command's personnel office.
Can I request a specific billet or location under MILPERSMAN 1306-110?
Yes, you can request a specific billet or location under MILPERSMAN 1306-110. However, the availability of specific assignments is subject to Navy needs.
Will my request for duty preference always be granted?
No, there is no guarantee that your request for duty preference will be granted. Decisions are based on the needs of the Navy and the availability of assignments.
Can I change or cancel my duty preference request after submitting it?
Yes, you can change or cancel your duty preference request anytime before the selection process. Once the selection process has started, changes or cancellations may not be possible.
What factors are considered when determining duty assignments under MILPERSMAN 1306-110?
Factors such as rank, rate, NEC (Navy Enlisted Classification), time in service, sea/shore rotation, and exceptional qualifications are considered when determining duty assignments.
How long does it typically take to receive a duty assignment after submitting a preference request?
The timeframe for receiving a duty assignment after submitting a preference request can vary. It depends on the availability of assignments, the selection process, and the needs of the Navy.