A new application for mobile devices to allow Sailors to calculate their final multiple score (FMS) is available. The app is designed to provide Sailors with quick, easy access to both resources about advancement and FMS elements as a tool to aid in the advancement process. The app is targeted primarily at active duty and reserve enlisted service members. Included in the app are links to specific policy and guidance manuals, such as the Naval Advancement Manual and the current naval administrative message (NAVADMIN) on advancement. The FMS App is a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) tool designed to work on personal devices outside of the NMCI domain. Users can download the FMS app from the App Store and Google Play Store at no cost. To find the free Navy FMS app, search "Final Multiple Score Calculator" or "FMS" in app stores or in your Web browser.
New Navy FMS App
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