Some of the factors a detailer weighs in when matching Sailors to jobs include the Sailor's desires, qualifications, career progression, cost to the Navy, command's needs, PRD's, high year tenure (HYT), number of dependants for certain areas, PTS approval, paygrade, spouse collocation, EFM program and SSF, just to name a few.
What does HYT stand for?
HYT stands for High Year Tenure
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 4 other meanings of HYT in our Acronym Attic
- Hyperspectral Infrared Imager (US NASA)
- Hybrid Single-Particle Lagrangian Integrated Trajectory
- Helping Young Smokers Quit (Chicago, IL)
- Have You Seen This
- Have Your Stuff Together (emergency preparations)
- Hua Yuan Science Technology Association (Silicon Valley, CA)
- Hydrographic Sounding, Tracking and Recording System
- Hypersonic Systems Technology Program
- Hydraulic System Test and Repair Unit
- Hydrographic Survey and Charting System
- High Yield Technology (Pacific Scientific; Sunnyvale, CA)
- Highest Yoga Tantra
- Hold Your Tongue
- Hot Young Thing
- Hungry Young Talent Media and Entertainment (marketing, consulting, and production)
- Holmes Youthful Trainee Act (Michigan)
- Hybrides Teilnehmer-Anschluss-System (Deutsche Telekom)
- Hawaii Youth Triathlon Club (Honolulu, HI)
- Hypertext Environment for Authoring (Esprit)
- Hydrogen Thermo-Electrochemical Converter
Samples in periodicals archive:
High year tenure for E5s changed as well, and so have many other changes that affected your opportunities.
Dropping the Selective Reenlistment Bonus for most ratings, stepping up the Perform to Serve program (PTS), initiating numerous opportunities to entice Sailors to leave the Navy early, and the change to High Year Tenure (HYT) for our Second Class Petty Officers are a few of those initiatives.
My next item of interest involves the high year tenure (HYT) for Second Class Petty Officers.