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103.1 Discuss the responsibilities of the following:
a. Commander in Chief (President)
a. Commander in Chief (President) George W. Bush
a. Commander in Chief (President)
is the head of the Armed Forces as mandated by the Constitution. He is responsible for initiating military action in support of our national interests. He can submit to Congress the intent to declare war which Congress must approve in order to actually wage war.
103.1 Discuss the responsibilities of the following:
b. Secretary of Defense
b. Secretary of Defense:
Robert Gates
Principal defense advisor to President. Formulation of general defense policy and policy related to DOD.
103.1 Discuss the responsibilities of the following:
c. Secretary of the Navy
c. Secretary of the Navy
Dr. Donald Winter
Policies and control of DON organization, admin, ops and efficiency.
103.1 Discuss the responsibilities of the following:
d. Chief of Naval Operations (CNO)
d. Chief of Naval Operations (CNO)
Admiral Michael Mullen
Navy rep of JCS. Keeps SECNAV informed of UCS activities and responsible to the President and SECDEF for external DON duties.
103.1 Discuss the responsibilities of the following:
e. Fleet Commander In Charge (CINC)
e. Fleet Commander In Charge (CINC)

Operating forces - ships, crafts classified and organized into command by type
103.1 Discuss the responsibilities of the following:
f. Type Commander (TYCOM)
f. Type Commander (TYCOM)

Responsible for the ships that make up the operational numbered fleets.
There are five of them under each CINC
103.2 Discuss the role of the following:
a. MCPON
a. MCPON
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.
103.2 Discuss the role of the following:
b. Fleet Master Chief
b. Fleet Master Chief
He or she is the principal enlisted advisor to the Fleet CINC.
103.2 Discuss the role of the following:
c. Force Master Chief
c. Force Master Chief
Principal enlisted advisers to commanding officers. Have the responsibility of keeping the CO up to date on situations, procedures, and practices that affect the welfare, morale, and well-being of the enlisted crew.
103.2 Discuss the role of the following:
d. Command Master Chief - CMC
d. Command Master Chief - CMC

Enlisted adviser to CO. Keeps the CO up to date on situations, procedures, and practices that affect the welfare, morale, and well-being of the enlisted crew and their families.
103.3 Discuss the function of the following operational commands:
a. Atlantic Fleet- 2nd fleet
a. Atlantic Fleet- 2nd fleet
The Commander, Second Fleet (COMSECONDFLT), under the Commander in Chief, US Fleet Forces Command (CUSFFC), plans for, and when directed, conducts battle force operations in the Atlantic command in support of designated unified or allied commanders. The Commander, Second Fleet directs movements and exercises operational control of USFFC assigned units to carry out scheduled ocean transits and other special operations as directed by in order to maximize fleet operational readiness to respond to contingencies in the Atlantic command area of operations.
103.3 Discuss the function of the following operational commands:
b. Pacific Fleet- 3rd & 7th fleets
b. Pacific Fleet- 3rd & 7th fleets
The mission of Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet, is to support the U.S. Pacific Command's theater strategy, and to provide interoperable, trained and combat-ready naval forces to USPACOM and other U.S. unified commanders.
103.3 Discuss the function of the following operational commands:
c. Naval Forces, Europe- 6th fleet
c. Naval Forces, Europe- 6th fleet
Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe (COMUSNAVEUR) provides overall command, operational control, and coodination of U.S. Naval Forces in the European Command area of responsibility. As the Navy component in Europe, COMUSNAVEUR, plans, conducts, and supports naval operations in the European theater during peacetime, contingencies, in general war and as tasked by Commander, U.S. European Command
103.3 Discuss the function of the following operational commands:
d. Military Sealift Command
d. Military Sealift Command
(MSC)- Provides immediate sealift capability in the time of emergency.
103 .4 State the geographic Area of Responsibility (AOR) for the following:
a. 2nd Fleet
b. 3rd and 7th Fleets
c. 5th Fleet
d. 6th Fleet
a. 2nd Fleet- Atlantic ocean. Headquarters is in Norfolk, Virginia.
b. 3rd and 7th Fleets- Pacific and Indian oceans. 3rd fleet headquarters is in San Diego, California while 7th fleet is in Yokosuka, Japan on the USS Blue Ridge.
c. 5th Fleet-Persian gulf. Headquarters is in Manama, Bahrain.
d. 6th Fleet-Meditterenean. Headquarters is in Gaeta, Italy on the Mount Whitney.
103.5 State the purpose and content of the following:
a. Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy
a. Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy
To provide all units with the same basic organization, regardless of their mission.
103.5 State the purpose and content of the following:
b. Ship’s/Command’s Organization and Regulations Manual
b. Ship’s/Command’s Organization and Regulations Manual

Governs the coordination of evolutions and emergency procedures and the conduct of personnel in the unit. Purpose is to provide a ready source of info concerning the duties, responsibilities, and authority of unit personnel.
103.6 Discuss the inter-relationship between the following:
a. Naval Air Squadrons
b. Naval Surface Forces
c. Naval Sub-Surface Forces
d. Naval Amphib Forces
Each is responsible for waging war in the air, on the sea, under the sea, and in land from the sea. 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.
103.7 Discuss the following:
a. Naval Reserve
a. Naval Reserve
Mission is 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.
103.7 Discuss the following:
b. Ready Reserve
b. Ready Reserve

The total compliment of reservists in the SELRES, TAR, and IRR programs.
103.7 Discuss the following:
c. Selected Reserve
c. Selected Reserve

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.
103.7 Discuss the following:
d. TAR
d. TAR

Serve on full-time active duty in support of the Naval Reserve.
103.7 Discuss the following:
e. Individual Ready Reserves
e. Individual Ready Reserves

Subject to involuntary recall for war or national emergency. Members are not required to train.