OPNAV Instruction 1520.23C, Graduate Education
Department of the Navy
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Purpose: a. To implement the provisions of references (a) through (g) and provide policy and procedural guidance for the Navyâ s graduate education program for officers and enlisted personnel. b. This instruction provides updates to major changes in Navy graduate education policy, eligibility and selection, and service obligation; an updated responsibilities section; and additions including an enclosure on graduate education-related definitions, and academic program guidelines. Since the previous version, it has been completely rewritten and should be reviewed in its entirety.
OPNAVINST 1520.23C from the Chief of Naval Operations.
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