Over 19,000 sailors will advance this cycle as opportunities drop from historic highs.
Active-duty sailors were chosen to fill 18,729 quotas in the spring cycle, a drop of roughly four percent that officials say is due to high retention and continued over-manning in a handful of ratings like Seabees.
For active-duty E-6 spots, opportunity decreased 3.37 percent to 15.83 percent. At E-5, the chances dropped 5 percent to just under a 1-in-5 chance. And at E-4, the opportunity fell 5 percent to 35 percent, below the 10-year average.
E-4s competing for 7,128 chances for a second stripe, the overall opportunity dropped from 25.06 percent last fall to 19.89 percent, a decrease of 5.17 percent. At E-5, too, the chance is still above the historic 10-year average of 21.4 percent
Full-time support sailors will fill 496 quotas, and canvasser recruiters will get 38.
Click the links below to see the names of those advancing. Each list below also has a search function for ease of use.