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What are the three chains of command for supply management?
Operational
Administrative
Shore/Support
What is the Navy's mission?
To maintain, train and equip combat ready naval forces, capable of winning wars deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas.
The top Navy official is a civilian appointed by the president and approved by congress. Who is he?
SECNAV
Who is the senior military officer in the Navy and a member of the joint chiefs of staff?
CNO, ADM. Roughhead
Who prepares the Navy budget?
Assistant SECNAV
Top 5 SM priorities
warfighting
jointness
naval character
people
leadership and accountability
Who is the most recognized assistant to the CNO?
MCPON, Joe Campa Jr.
What are the basic codes within the Navy?
N1-N8
N1
N2
N3
N4
manpower and personnel
intelligence
operations
logistics
N5
N6
N7
N8
plans and policies
command and control
interoperability
force structure
Who is the Supply Corps boss?
NAVSUP
What branch of NAVSUP handles detailing and billet assignment?
Dept. of Supply Corps, OP
Who is the head supply officer?
Chief of the Supply Corps, ADM. Thompson
Top four goals of NAVSUP
People
Combat capability
Quality of Service
Joint logistics
Who has complete authority over the department of defense and reports directly to the president?
SECDEF
Who are the principal military advisors to the president, SECDEF, and National Security Council?
Joint Chief of Staff