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State the 6 areas of naval doctrine.
Naval Warfare
Naval Intelligence
Naval Logistics
Naval Planning
Naval Operations
Naval Command & Control
naval warfare
describes inherent nature and enduring principles of naval forces.
naval intelligence
points the way for intelligence support in meeting the requirements of both regional conflicts and operations other than war
naval logistics
addresses the full range of logistical capabilities that are essential in support of naval forces.
naval planning
examines force planning and relationship between our capabilities and operational planning.
naval operations
develops doctrine to reaffirm the foundation of USN and USMC expeditionary maritime traditions
naval command & control
provides the basic concepts to fulfill the information needs of commanders, forces, and weapon systems.
state the 7 principles of naval logistics
Responsiveness
Economy
Flexibility
Simplicity
Attainability
Sustainability
Survivability
what was the first navy ship named after an enlisted man?
Osmand Ingram (DD 255)
launched 28 feb 1919
first enlisted man KIA in WWI, lost when Cassin (DD 43) was torpedoed in Oct 1917.
why do we dip the ensign?
for merchant ships "saluting" naval ships, they dip their ensign, and we answer by dipping our ensign.
what 3 classes of ships existed at the inception of the navy?
ships of the line, frigates, and sloops of war
describe ship-of-the-line
battleship of the sailing days
largest ships of the time
64-100 guns of various sizes.
describe frigates at inception of the navy
cruisers of the 18th century
smaller and faster than SotL
28-44 guns
describe sloop-of-war
small sailing warships
10-20 guns
what was the importance of the battle of coral sea?
7-8 May 1942
U.S. was alerted of a large japanese force moving to the coral sea to capture Port Moresby in an attempt to move towards australia by the breaking of the japanese navy code.
US sank Jap carrier - 7 May
US damaged Jap carrier, Jap sank lexington and damaged yorktown - 8 May
tactical victory for Japan
japan never again threatened australia
what was the importance of the voyage of the great white fleet?
left Hampton Roads, VA for a round the world cruise to demonstrate the strength of the US Navy.
what was the importance of the battle of normandy?
it was the largest amphibious operation in history.
what was the importance of the battle of the midway?
3-5 June 1942
turning point of the pacific war
Jap had 4 carriers and 11 battleships
US had 3 carriers at midway
US sank 3 Jap carriers, then the 4th on the next day
Jap sank Yorktown
Japan lost its bid for control of the pacific in one day.
what was the importance of the battle at the guadalcanal?
13-15 Nov 1942
an exception in the navy policy of family members being on different ships was made for the Sullivan brothers on the Juneau.
after limping off for repairs, Juneau was torpedoed and the sullivan brothers, along with 700 others, were lost.
Navy policy was reinstated to separate family members on ships.
what was the importance of the battle of leyte gulf?
23 Oct 1944
Japan sent a naval force to attack the US fleet in Leyte gulf. plan backfired and operation was complete failure.
this severed Japan from the phillipines, which was its main supply source.
what were the conditions that led to the formation of the US Navy?
due to issues with england during the mid-1700's, the Continental congress felt forced to act as a provisional government for the colonies.
Issued money, established a postal service, and created a continental Navy.
what qualities characterize the navy/MC team as instruments to support national policies?
readiness, flexibility, self-sustainability, and mobility
what are the 3 levels of war and explain.
Tactical - involves the details of individual engagements
Operational - concerns forces collectively in a theater
Strategic - focuses on supporting national goals

there are no precise boundaries in each level of war.
who is the commander in chief?
Pres. George W. Bush
who is the secretary of defense?
HON Robert M. Gates
who makes the policies and controls the DON organization, admin, ops and efficiency?
secretary of the navy
who is the navy rep of the joint chiefs of staff and keeps SECNAV informed of UCS activities and responsible to the President and SECDEF for external DON duties?
chief of naval operations (CNO)
what are the Fleet Commanders in Charge (CINC) responsibilities?
operating forces - ships, crafts classified and organized into command by type.
who is responsible for the ships that make up the operational numbered fleets?
type commander (TYCOM)
who is the Navy's senior enlisted member? serves as senior enlisted rep of the Navy and as senior enlisted adviser to the CNO in all matters pertaining to enlisted personnel and their families?
MCPON
Fleet Master Chief
he/she is the principal enlisted advisor to the Fleet CINC
Force Master Chief
Principal enlisted advisers to CO's.
responsibility of keeping the CO up to date on situations, procedures, and practices that affect the morale, welfare, and well being of enlisted crew
Command Master Chief
enlisted adviser to the CO.
keeps CO up to date on situations, procedures, and practices that affect the morale, welfare, and well being of enlisted crew and families
what is the function of the operational commands?
Atlantic fleet - 2nd fleet
Pacific fleet - 3rd/7th fleet
Naval forces, Europe - 6th fleet
Military Sealift Command (MSC) - provides immediate sealift capability in the time of emergency.
what is the geographic AOR for:
2nd fleet
3rd/7th fleet
5th fleet
6th fleet
Military Sealift Command
2nd - atlantic ocean, headquarters in Norfolk, VA
3rd/7th - pacific ocean, 3rd fleet headquarters is San Diego, CA; 7th fleet headquarters is Yokosuka, Japan
5th - persian gulf, headquarters is Manama, Bahrain
6th - mediterranean gulf, headquarters is Gaeta, Italy
MSC - worldwide, headquarters is Washington DC
what is the purpose and content of the Standard Organization and Regulations of the US Navy (SORN)
to provide all units with the same basic organization, regardless of their mission.
what manual governs the coordination of evolutions and emergency procedures and the conduct of personnel in the unit, and also provides a ready source of info concerning the duties, responsibilities, and authority of unit personnel?
Ship's/Command's Organization and Regulations Manual
what is the inter-relationship between Naval Air Squadrons, Naval Surface Forces, Naval Sub-Surface Forces, and Naval Amphibious Forces?
Each may wage war on their own depending upon the mission, but more frequently each interfaces and coordinates with one another to conduct total war.
what is the function of the Naval Reserves?
to provide trained units and qualified individuals for active duty in time of war or national emergency and at other times required by national security.
what is the function of the Ready Reserves?
the total compliment of reservists in the SELRES, TAR, and IRR programs.
what is the function of the selected reserves?
subject to involuntary recall for war or national emergency, or by the president up to 90 days to support operational requirements without the declaration of national emergency.
what is the function of the TAR?
serve on full-time active duty in support of the Naval Reserves.
what is the Individual Ready Reserves?
subject to involuntary recall for war or national emergency. members not required to train.
responsibilities of the CO
absolute control of the command until relieved by competent authority.
responsible for overall safety and efficiency of the entire command.
has power vested by the UCMJ to impose limited punishment, but this power cannot be delegated.
responsibilities of the XO
direct rep of the CO in maintaining military and general efficiency of the ship.
all dept heads, other officers, and enlisted personnel are under the XO's orders in all matters pertaining to operation and maintenance of the ship.
XO is head of the planning board for training.
responsibilities of the Dept Head.
direct representative of the CO in all matters pertaining to the dept.
reports to the CO for the operational readiness of the dept.
reports to the XO for admin matters and keeps the XO informed of reports made to the CO.
responsibilities of the CMC.
principal enlisted adviser to the CO.
responsible for keeping the CO up to date on situations, procedures, and practices that affect the morale, welfare, and well being of the enlisted crew.
responsibilities of the DivO.
responsible under the dept head for the proper performance of the subordinates in the division.
enlisted person's major link in the chain of command.
responsibilities of the LCPO.
senior PO assigned to the division/dept.
assists the div/dept in administration, supervision, and training of the div/dept.
responsibilities of the WCS.
senior PO in charge of a maintenance group.
responsible to the dept head via the divo for 3-M operation within the WC.
responsibilities of the DCPO.
responsible for DC functions of the division and related equipment.
responsibilities of the CCC.
responsible for career info, training, and assisting the crew in conversions and career paths.
responsibilities of the ship's 3-M coordinator.
responsible to the CO for the completion of all maintenance, as well as training and testing of all maintenance men.
responsibilities of the ombudsman.
liaison between the CO and the family of all personnel.
responsibilities of the financial specialist.
advises crewmembers in budgeting, savings, and basic money management.
responsibilities of the DAPA.
advises CO/XO on all matters concerning the Navy Drug & Alcohol Program.
provides onboard screening, education, prevention, counseling, aftercare, and referrals.
responsibilities of the QA coordinator.
assigned to assure the prevention of defects in maintenance and work.
responsibilities of medical dept.
responsible for the health and well being of the crew and embarked personnel.
responsibilities of the safety officer.
responsible to the CO for identifying safety problems and training the crew on proper safety procedures for all evolutions.
investigates all mishaps and provides a mishap report to NAVSAFCEN via the CO.
responsibilities of the divisional safety PO.
responsible to the safety officer for identifying safety problems and completing safety mishap reports.
responsibilities of the security manager.
responsible for the safe handling of all sensitive material.
purpose of a shipboard battle organization in relation to:
command and ship control
operations control
weapons control
engineering control
damage control
primary flight control
mine countermeasures control
debarkation control
command and ship control - provide central decision making point and orderly movement
operations control - provide capability for detection, comms, EW, ECC, and ship handling/maneuvering
weapons control - offensive/defensive weapons capability
engineering control- propulsion and maneuverability
DC- damage repair capability
prifly- provide capability for off/def actions, emergency situations, or debark of troops
mine countermeasures control- provide standards for combating mines
debark control- provide orderly debark of troops/equipment
purpose of following bills:
Administrative
Operational
Emergency
Special
Battle
Watch quarter and station bill
admin- establishes uniform policy for assignment of personnel, recalls, and zone inspections
ops- sets policies/procedures for boat bill, cold weather, darken ship, EMCON, etc.
emergency- provide and organize prescribed procedures for controlling emergency situations
special- assign responsibility for special circumstances, IE swimmer attack, evac, POW
battle- assign personnel and stations necessary to fight the ship
watch quarter and station bill- shows personnel assignments
what is the purpose of the 8/12 o'clock reports?
8 O'clock- reports rcv'd shortly before 1830 (U/W) by the XO from dept heads
12 O'clock- reports rcv'd by the OOD (inport) and delivered by MOOW prior to 1200. includes aviation, fuel, boat, chronometer, draft, fuel & water, magazine temp, muster report.
what is the purpose and general rules for counseling?
to reward positive actions or mark negative actions.
rules are:
1. based on factual info
2. discuss solutions to problem areas
what types of discharges are there?
honorable, general, other than honorable, bad conduct & dishonorable
what are the general advancement requirements?
proper time in rate
same grouping (FN, SN, AN)
advancement courses
pars
military requirements
CO's recommendation
how are good conduct awards presented?
every 3 years starting 01 Jan 96
hash marks still counts 4 years each.
what are the types of duty assignments?
type 1- conus shore
type 2- conus shipboard
type 3- overseas shore but counted sea for rotation purpose
type 4- overseas shipboard
type 6- preferred overseas shore
explain the use of a naval message
use for all messages and correspondence regarding official matters.
purpose of the following pages of your service record:
page 2
page 4
page 13
page 2- dependent info
page 4- awards & quals
page 13- admin remarks
purpose of the EDVR.
lists all personnel assigned to the unit and prospective gains/losses. 12 sections.
purpose of a Report and Disposition of Offenses
also called the court memorandum (page 7 of service record)
used to record court-martials and NJP's that affect pay.
what is "in the line of duty" in regards to a personal misconduct determination?
drunk driving and service member suffered injury causing them to miss 3 months of military duty and may have incurred a permanent disability.
what is "not in the line of duty, not due to member's own misconduct" with regards to a personal misconduct determination?
injury or disease contracted not due to member's misconduct, such as injury while lawfully crossing the street while member is UA.
what is "not in the line of duty, due to member's own misconduct" with regards to a personal misconduct determination?
a determination of "misconduct" always requires a determination of "not in the line of duty"
what is the purpose of the CMEO program in relation to the command training team?
every command with 50 or more permanently assigned personnel is required to have a CTT to present command specific training, navy rights & responsibilities workshops, annual sexual harassment training, and other EO training.
what is the purpose of the CMEO program in relation to the command assessment team?
every command with 50 or more permanently assigned personnel is required to have a CAT to conduct command assessments.
XO chairs the CAT, which includes the CMC, CCC, PO, LO, CMEO officer, CTT leader and at least one dept head.
what is the purpose of the CMEO program in relation to the navy rights and responsibilities workshop?
conducted by CTT for all personnel within 90 days of checkin and annual refreshers in conjunction with command assessment.
what is the purpose of the CMEO program in relation to the command assessment?
command assessments are required within 6 months of a change of command and at minimum annually thereafter.
what is the purpose of the CMEO program in relation to the plan of action and milestone?
personnel are routinely informed of the status resulting from annual command assessment.
what is the purpose of the CMEO program in relation to the immediate superior in command?
ISICs are required to inspect EO as a special interest item during subordinate command inspections.
what is ORM?
decision making tool used by people at all levels to increase operational effectiveness by anticipating hazards and reducing the potential for loss.
what is identifying hazards as it applies to ORM?
begins with outline chart of major steps in the operation, then conduct a preliminary hazard analysis.
what is assessing hazards as it applies to ORM?
for each hazard identified, determine the degree of risk in terms of probability and severity.
what is making risk decisions as it applies to ORM?
develop risk control options.
what is implementing controls as it applies to ORM?
engineering controls, administrative controls, and PPE.
what is supervising as it applies to ORM?
conduct follow-up evaluations of the controls to ensure they remain in place and have the desired effect.