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Menus, Days, Officers of the Watch, News Articles
DAYS=4 a/n track, 39 Ring Dance, 45 Grad.
• Chain of Command
Yourself - MIDN 4/C Skahen
Squad Leader - M/ENS Burkett
Platoon CDR - M/LTJG Dehnz
1) CO CDR – M/LT Cushanik
2) Batt CDR – M/LCDR Speckmann
3) Reg CDR – M/CDR Oddman
4) Brigade CDR – M/CAPT Rinehart
5) CO Officer – LT Fox
6) Batt Officer – CDR Proano
7) Commandant – CAPT Ledig
8) Superintendent – VADM Rempt
9) CNO – ADM Clark
10) Sec Nav – Honorable England
11) Sec Def – Honorable Rumsfield
12) Pres / CINC Bush
• Mission of USNA
To develop midshipmen morally, mentally, and physically and to imbue them with the highest ideals of duty, honor, and loyalty in order to provide graduates who are dedicated to a career of naval service and have potential for future development in mind and character to assume the highest responsibilities of command, citizenship, and government.
• Code of Conduct 1
I. I am an American, fighting in the forces which guard my country and our way of life. I am prepared to give my life in their defense.
• Code of Conduct 2
II. I will never surrender of my own free will. If in command I will never surrender the members of my command while they still have the means to resist.
• Code of Conduct 3
III. If I am captured I will continue to resist by all means available. I will make every effort to escape and aid others to escape. I will accept neither parole nor special favors from the enemy.
• Code of Conduct 4
IV. If I become a prisoner of war, I will keep faith with my fellow prisoners. I will give no information or take part in any action which might be harmful to my comrades. I f I am senior, I will take command. If not, I will obey the lawful orders of those appointed over me and will back them up in every way.
• Code of Conduct 5
V. When question, should I become a prisoner of war, I am required to give name, rank, service number, and date of birth. I will evade answering further questions to the utmost of my ability. I will make no oral or written statements disloyal to my country and its allies or harmful to their cause.
• Code of Conduct 6
VI. I will never forget that I am an American, fighting for freedom, responsible for my actions, and dedicated to the principles which made my country free. I will trust in my God and in the United States of America.
--Brigade Staff--
--Brigade Staff--
Midn CAPT RINEHART CDR
Midn CDR SCHERRER XO
Midn CDR OPEL CHIEF OF STAFF
Midn CDR CRONIN OPS
Midn LCDR TAN 1ST LT / ADMIN
Midn LCDR VONKRUEGER TRAINING
Midn LCDR CHIGWIDA ADJUTANT
Midn LCDR FLETCHER CONDUCT, APT.
Midn LCDR SMITH PMO
Midn LCDR GRAUKE SEA TRIALS CDR
-- 1st Reg --
Midn CDR ODDMAN CDR
Midn LCDR KANE XO
Midn LCDR MACCUMBEE OPS
-- 2nd Reg --
Midn CDR JIN CDR
Midn LCDR FLEISCHMANN XO
Midn LCDR GOW OPS
-- Honor Staff --
Midn CDR MARTIN CHAIRMAN
Midn LCDR KARNAZES VICE CHMN
Midn LCDR PEREZ VC EDUCATION
Midn LCDR SHOVLIN VC INVESTIGATIONS
Midn LT OBERMEYER COORDINATOR
Midn LT SULLIVAN SEC
-- Batt CDRs (LCDRs) --
LUTKE 1st Batt
SEIDEL 2nd Batt
SPECKMANN 3rd Batt
IVES 4th Batt
COOPER 5th Batt
PINKSTON 6th Batt
-- 3rd Batt --
Midn LT ROBERTS Batt XO
Midn LT FORSYTH Batt OPS
Midn LT STEHLIN Batt Training
• Captains
Baseball (M) Farmer
Basketball (F) Davidson
Basketball (M) Fernandez
Gymnastics (M) Langley
Heavyweight Crew (F) Diantonio
Heavyweight crew (M) Brayton
Intercollegiate Sailing Smith
Lightweight crew (M) Washburn
Rifle (Coed) Jung
Sqaush (M) Berry
Swimming (F) Schultz
Swimming (M) Boyd
Track (F, Indoor) Baker
Track (M, Indoor) Porter
Water Polo Donahue, Fox, Kepner, Miante
Wrestling (M) Barikian
Honor Concept: possible options upon witnessing an honor offense
Approach and Discuss (3)
1) If no violation, take no further action
2) Formally counsel
3) Report the offense to the Brigade Honor Chair
4) Take Immediate Action and report the offense to the Brigade Honor Chair
Naval Service Organization
: National Security Act 1947
(Also applies to Marine Corps, Air Force)
CinC, SecNav, SecDef, Numbered Fleets
• Officer/Enlisted Ranks
SEE CHART
• Officer Pipeline
SEE BOOK
• SSC&I – Surface, Surveillance, Comm, and ID Phase
1. Locate, Idenitfy, and Target hostiles
2. Approach (4 Steps)
• 1) Organize Surface Action Group (SAG)
• 2) Detach SAG
• 3) Give target info to fire control station (FCS)
• 4) Maintain emissions control (EMCON)
3. Attack – destruction req. multiple simultaneous weapon arrivals
• a) Determine Simultaneous Time-on-Top (STOT) or Designated TOT (DTOT)
• b) Missile Inventory
• c) # of missiles needed; designate shooters
• d) Uncertainty of info
• e) Probability of success
4. Post attack
• Battle Damage Assessment (BDA)
• Options
a. Attack Again
b. Withdraw
c. Detach another SAG
 General Rule: Shoot, Shoot, Look, Shoot, Shoot …
• Make up of carrier battle group
o Carrier Battle Group (1-2 of all ships except CVN)
 CVN – center; offense & defense support
 CG – fleet air defense; AEGIS & Standard Missile
 DDG - Same as CG … or … DD – no AEGIS, so ASU, ASub only
 FFG - screening platform, mainly anti-sub
 SSN – ASub, over-the-horizon targeting
 Support Vessel
• Weapons forward to aft on at least one ship … CG-47 Ticonderoga Class Cruiser
 Mk45 5in 54 Cal. DP Deck Gun
 Mk41 61-Cell VLS
 Mk16 Phalanx CIWS (1xPort, 1xStarboard)
 Helo Deck
 2xMk32 12.75” triple torpedo tubes
 Mk 41 61-Cell VLS
 Mk45 5in 54 Cal. DP Deck Gun
 2xMk141 Quad Harpoon Canisters
• Familiarization with VLS, SM2, Phalanx
o VLS – fires RUM-139B ASROC (Anti-Sub Rocket), SM-2, Tomahawk
o SM2 – primary SAM; medium range
o Phalanx – 6 x 20mm barrels; 4,500rpm; 100 round burst
• Composite Warfare CDR (CWC) Concept
central command authority; stationed on CVN
o Decentralized Command – Facilitates quick decisions and flexibility; Subordinates maintain tactical control
o Command by Negation – CWC can override subordinates at any time; frees CWC from micromanagement
Submarines (Fall – Week 5)
• Discuss mission capabilities
1. Peacetime Ops – Deployments, Combined Exercises, Port Visits
2. Surveillance / Intelligence / Reconnaissance – unseen eyes & ears of the task group
3. Special Operations – inserting small forces
4. Precision Strike – Tomahawk cruise miles
5. Sea Denial – denies access to high risk areas
6. Deterrence – nuclear or attack pressure with minial risk to US lives
• Strengths and weakness of subs
o Advantages: Good acoustic sensors, Mk48 ADCAP, Stealthy, “In the medium”
o Weaknesses: Difficult to contact underwater