Navy Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (COOL) has announced a new waiver that affects E-6 Sailors who will reach high year tenure (HYT) at 20 years and senior enlisted who plan to retire at 20 years. The waiver now allows E-6 Sailors and senior enlisted who have completed 19 years of service and will end their careers at the 20-year mark to use Navy COOL's services, including possible funding, to earn civilian credentials. These Sailors must be able to complete the requirements no less than 60 calendar days prior to their separation. Navy COOL also offers waivers for Sailors who are being discharged due to combat-related injuries, and Sailors who are approaching the end of their enlistment and are waiting for a reenlistment or extension to go through. For more information about Navy COOL, visit the Navy COOL website or call (850) 452-6683.
Navy Expands COOL Eligibility
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