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U.S. Navy"s Delayed Entry Program

Rafael E. Matos

U.S. Navy"s Delayed Entry Program

effects of its length on DEP loss and first term attrition

by Rafael E. Matos

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States,
  • Attrition (Military science)

  • About the Edition

    The United States Navy Recruiting Command (NAVCRUITCOM) manages the Navy"s most important procurement process, the acquisition of personnel to man all Navy activities. In this process, NAVCRUITCOM policies allow potential recruits to delay their accession date for up to 365 days from the time the recruiting contract is signed through the Delayed Entry Program (DEP). One of the major disadvantages of the DEP is that an individual may decide not to enlist, becoming a "DEP Loss". This study investigates the relationship between the time an individual spends in DEP and the risk of becoming a DEP loss or leaving the service during the first two years of enlistment; log-linear regression models are discussed and recommendations are made using conditional probabilities. It was found that, on the average, DEP attrition is directly proportional to the length of DEP, while first term attrition decreases with DEP length for DEP time of eight months or less. The time an individual spends in the DEP has a larger effect on attrition during the DEP itself than it does on attrition after the contract accesses. It was also found that Non-High School Graduate males have the highest attrition proportions after completing DEP than any other group.

    Edition Notes

    Statement Rafael E. Matos
    The Physical Object
    Pagination72 p. ;
    Number of Pages72
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25498625M

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      The Delayed Entry Program, also called the Delayed Enlistment Program or—in the Army—the Future Soldiers Program, is a program whereby individuals going into active duty in the United States Armed Forces enlist first in the DEP before they ship out to Basic Training, or "boot camp."While those who join the DEP have signed an enlistment agreement to report on a certain date for training   Congressional Research Service Summary In December , the Navy released a force-structure goal that calls for achieving and maintaining a fleet of ships of certain types and numbers. The ship goal was made U.S. policy by Section of the FY National Defense Authorization Act (H.R. /P.L. of Decem ).


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U.S. Navy"s Delayed Entry Program by Rafael E. Matos Download PDF EPUB FB2

Being a part of the Navy delayed entry program offers a smooth transition from civilian to military life. For most, going straight from one to the other quickly after enlistment can be too overwhelming and cause a great deal of anxiety.

For those who feel they need the extra time, the delayed entry program Navy is certainly the right way to :// U.S. Navy's Delayed Entry Program: effects of its length on DEP loss and first term Attrition [Rafael E. Matos] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying :// The Delayed Enlistment Program (sometimes called the Delayed Entry Program) is also called the Future Soldiers Program in the Army.

Individuals going onto active duty, enlist first into the DEP. This is an actual enlistment into the inactive reserves, with an agreement to report for active duty (to ship out to boot camp) at a specific time in HM3 Lawson – Delayed Entry Program Training Plan & Study Guide - PQS.

NAVY Delayed Entry Program (DEP) Training Plan Over the course of this training, Future Sailors will be expected to learn and complete a series of at-home assignments consisting of various material they will be expected to know before they arrive at Recruit Training Study Guide and Training Plan pdf.

The U.S. Navy is an elite force of highly trained professionals dedicated to protecting our freedom and ensuring a secure future for America.

For more than years, Navy men and women have stood tall for the principles that make America the greatest nation on earth.

In the Navy Most Navy enlistees spend several weeks or months in the service's delayed entry program (DEP) before heading to boot camp.

Ambitious Navy enlistees waiting in the service's DEP can achieve promotion to E-3 by referring qualified applicants who subsequently enter the Navy as well.

While you're in Navy DEP you can achieve promotion to E-3 if you   Logging in, please ://   A, title V, §title X, § (j)(1), Dec. 2,Stat., directed the Secretary of the Army to establish a pilot program, known as the “Army College First” program, to be in effect from Oct.

1,to Sept. 30,to assess whether the Army could increase the number and qualifications of persons entering the Army   Delayed entry is a program were you can be enlisted (completed physical, all paper work signed including taking the enlistment oath) person waits to a set time frame to start Boot Camp.

Sometimes this is to give a ‘time aid’ to the person enlisting, ?qid=AARR0g3. (Rev ) Start BALTIMORE (NNS) -- About 30 Delayed Entry Program (DEP) Sailors came aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS McFaul (DDG 74) during a port visit in Baltimore Feb.

18, to experience a DEP Day in ?story_id=   The CC will teach you military drill, which includes marching, handling the M-1 Garand rifle, and showing you the ropes of U.S.

Coast Guard life. After you enter the Delayed Entry Program (DEP), you will receive a copy of the Helmsman, a recruit guidebook. Study the entire book. There is a lot of very important information in   Navy Core Values The U.S. Navy is an elite force of highly trained professionals dedicated to protecting our freedom and ensuring a secure future for America.

For more than years, Navy men and women have stood tall for the principles that make America the greatest nation on earth. In the Navy, these unchanging principles — Honor, Technically, the contract you signed is legally binding, and the Marine Corps and Dept. of Defense could force you to fulfill the terms of your enlistment; however, current DoD policy (as prescribed in DoD Directive ) is to allow any person in the Delayed Entry Program to   OCS Delayed Entry Program Guide – Provides information on OCS, Navy Core Values, general information, rank and insignia, qualification standards, and physical fitness standards.

All selected Officer Candidates are strongly encouraged to review this guide in its entirety and begin memorizing the information provided in the Gouge ://   Joining the Navy Reserve requires its own set of unique qualifications and time commitment for people who have never served before in the military.

CITIZENSHIP. In order to join the Navy Reserve, you must: Be a U.S. citizen, U.S. naturalized citizen or a The computer system that handles Navy jobs and boot-camp assignment will also be shut down – this means there will be no new accessions, changes in Delayed Entry Program (DEP) status, nor will requests for changes/modifications in job guarantees be accomplished.

And finally, nobody will be leaving for boot-camp during the ://   Learn to "Speak the Language" Navy Lingo & Slang 0'dark hundred - Pronounced "oh dark". Referring to some point really early in the morning, like (which would be prounced oh-two-hundred) 0'dark thirty - One half hour after 0'dark hundred (used in the same context as 0'dark hundred) 1MC - One of many communication circuits aboard a ship, this is probably the most widely :// The Delayed Entry Program (DEP) is in place to give incoming servicemen and women the ability to join the military without necessarily shipping out to basic training immediately.

DEP is a common solution for those who decided in advance what military occupation they wanted to pursue, but happened to be competitive to get   RECORD OF DELAYED ENTRY PROGRAM (DEP) MEETING/DEP FLEX EVENT Author: Last modified by: CNRC Created Date: 1/18/ PM Company: NMCI Other titles: RECORD OF DELAYED ENTRY PROGRAM (DEP) MEETING/DEP FLEX   Web view.

Delayed enlistment, often referred to as the delayed entry program (DEP), is a program utilized by the U.S. military to prepare new recruits for service; it provides a set amount of time between enlisting and actually reporting for considering joining the military often use delayed enlistment to hold their spot in training, while giving them time to gradually adjust to military ://U.S.

Navy's Delayed Entry Program: effects of its length on DEP loss and first term attrition. By Rafael E. Matos. Download PDF (4 MB) Abstract. The United States Navy Recruiting Command (NAVCRUITCOM) manages the Navy's most important procurement process, the acquisition of personnel to man all Navy activities.

recruits to delay their "Vietnam Era GI Bill (38 U.S.C. Chap enacted by Public Law ). To be eligible, an individual must have entered active duty before January 1,or must have contracted for enlistment under a delayed entry program before January 1,been assigned to a reserve component at that time and entered active duty before January 2,