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Title: Summer Cruise 2005


1
Summer Cruise 2005
2
Travel Information
  • Maintain Packet that Sandi Issues You
  • Orders Mailed with Ticket
  • Medical/Dental Records
  • Travel Claims
  • Summer Training Handbook
  • LOI (Contact s, Names)
  • No Denied Boarding
  • Return Travel Via Ship
  • Customs (airport)

3
Travel Information
  • DO NOT PACK THE FOLLOWING
  • Travel orders
  • International certificate of vaccination
    (PHS-731)
  • Military ID card
  • Midshipmen summer training handbook
  • Travel voucher (DD form 1351-2)
  • Cruise questionnaire w/ instructions
  • LES
  • Medical or Dental Records

4
Travel Information
  • Orders Must be Endorsed Upon Arrival and
    Departure
  • All Midshipmen Must File Travel Claims
  • Use Your Head
  • Take some money in the form of Travelers Checks
  • No surprises!!!

5
CORTRAMID Lessons Learned
  • Swim Quals (No 2/C - No Jet Ride)
  • Bring ALL GEAR!!!
  • Break in Boots PRIOR TO ARRIVAL
  • Cleanliness (Room, Locker, Fridge)
  • No Underage Drinking
  • No Unauthorized Visitors
  • Subject to Inspection

6
CORTRAMID Lessons Learned
  • Dont Use BOQ Towels to Shine Shoes
  • Physical Training
  • Dont Show Up With Injuries
  • Bring insect repellant and sunblock for Marine
    week
  • Be ready to run the PRT when you get there

7
Shipboard Guidance
  • Colors
  • Boarding / Departing Ship
  • Space Cleanliness / Stowage
  • Wardroom Etiquette / Professionalism
  • Grooming Standards-Fleet grooming standards
  • Safety
  • Fraternization
  • Mail - ship FPO

8
Colors
  • At morning colors (0800 daily), Attention is
    sounded on the bugle or one blast of a whistle
    (usually over 1MC).
  • All officers and enlisted personnel topside face
    the ensign and render the salute required.
  • The salute terminates with the sounding of Carry
    On, usually 3 short blasts.
  • Same ceremonies observed at sunset

9
Coming Aboard/Departing Ship
  • Coming on board
  • Stop at the top of the accommodation ladder or
    gangway, face the colors, render a salute, after
    which the officer of the deck should be saluted
  • After saluting the officer of the deck, say I
    request permission to come aboard, sir.
  • Departing the ship
  • Same salutes rendered in the opposite order
  • Before leaving, salute the officer of the deck
    and say, I request permission to go ashore, sir.

10
Boat Etiquette
  • The junior always embarks first and disembarks
    last
  • When embarking, juniors always sit in the forward
    part of the boat

11
Cleanliness
  • Maintain your spaces
  • Properly stow your gear
  • Personal effects should be put away, clothing
    hung in lockers, shoes placed in drawers, desks
    clean or neatly stowed

12
Wardroom Etiquette
  • The wardroom is the officers seagoing home
  • Observe ordinary rules of propriety, common
    sense, good manners, etc
  • Always remove your cover upon entering the
    wardroom
  • Never place it on a table
  • If out of uniform do not lounge around

13
  • Be punctual for all meals
  • If an officer is late for a meal, an apology
    should be made to the senior officer at the table
    by stating, Request permission to join the mess,
    sir.
  • Never choose a place at the wardroom table until
    you are sure of seating arrangements (which seats
    are reserved for department heads, etc)
  • All officers should remain standing until all
    guests and the senior member of the mess are
    seated

14
  • Do not be boisterous or noisy in the wardroom
  • Do not loiter there during working hours
  • Be clear of the wardroom at least 30 minutes
    before the meal allow the MSs time to set up
    on time
  • Do not leave magazines or papers adrift, etc
  • Do not sleep in the wardroom. Additionally, no
    feet on the furniture, etc.

15
  • Clean up after yourself. The wardroom should
    always have a neat and orderly appearance. A
    messy wardroom reflects poorly upon the ship.
  • Always rise when the commanding officer, squadron
    commander, or a flag officer enters the wardroom,
    unless in the process of eating then follow the
    lead of the senior member at the wardroom table.
  • Observe good table manners
  • A junior pursues the correct course by being the
    best listener in the mess the senior officer, by
    setting the example in manners, consideration,
    and intelligent conversation.

16
Grooming Standards
  • Follow fleet regulations

17
Smoking
  • Forbidden in certain areas designated by the
    ship.
  • Typically have specifically designated smoking
    areas

18
Fraternization
  • Unduly familiar relationship that does not
    respect differences in rank and grade, etc
  • Examples Dating, sexual intimacy, private
    business partnerships, etc
  • Maintain thoroughly professional relationships AT
    ALL TIMES.
  • Social interaction with officers and enlisted
    personnel is expected and necessary. However,
    avoid fraternization at all costs.

19
Mail
  • Use the ships FPO address ask when you get to
    the ship.

20
Other Dos and Donts
  • Use proper titles when addressing personnel (CPOs
    and POs)
  • Exhibit competent and good military bearing AT
    ALL TIMES
  • Just because youre off watch doesnt mean youre
    in the rack
  • Go to Nav briefs, pre-fire briefs, Sea and Anchor
    detail, watch UNREPS, etc
  • This is your time to learn and ask questions

21
Safety
  • If you try to go down a ladder without using the
    handrails, it may be your last trip
  • Read and heed all warning signs, alarms, and
    instructions
  • NEVER enter unmarked spaces or voids alone
  • Dont turn valves, push buttons, or flip switches
    unless it is part of your watch duties and youve
    been trained and understand what you are doing.
  • If you dont know what it is, dont touch it.

22
  • NEVER venture onto the weather-decks at night
    while underway or in heavy seas.
  • It could be your last time to do it.
  • Know how to get to your GQ station or first aid
    station in complete darkness. Know all the exits
    for emergency egress. Know your way to the
    weather-decks.
  • Know where your personal emergency gear is
    located (EEBD, Mark V gas masks, EAB).
  • In an emergency, a cool head and common sense
    will prevail. If in doubt, ask your running mate.

23
  • Recognize and know the meaning of yellow Caution
    tags and red Danger tags. These are placed on
    equipment that is out of commission or
    malfunctioning.

24
  • In engineering spaces and during firefighting
    training, wear long-sleeved shirts and steel-toed
    safety shoes.
  • Corfram shoes and 100 polyester clothing items
    are not permitted in certain spaces aboard ships,
    as those materials will melt when exposed to
    flame or intense heat

25
Other Items
  • Shipboard stowage is limited
  • Bring the bare minimum of personal gear
  • Leave behind the guitars, hair dryers, golf
    clubs, huge suitcases, etc
  • DO NOT remove classified materials from the ship
  • Use your handbook it will be in your cruise
    packet
  • Read it BEFORE you leave on cruise

26
  • POVs are discouraged
  • Bring adequate money
  • Travelers checks and major credit cards are
    encouraged
  • Be flexible

27
Shipboard Guidance
  • Ambassadors of the Unit, the Navy, and the United
    States of America
  • Behavior and liberty clothing should be
    appropriate
  • Operational Security
  • Inbrief Upon Arrival
  • Email , Cell Phones, Cameras
  • Terrorism
  • Inbrief Upon Arrival
  • Travel in Groups
  • Follow Guidance Promulgated by Command

28
Significant Comments
  • My ship didnt know midshipmen were onboard
  • It was great, we got about 20 hours of sleep
    every day
  • We were told that the ships store would have
    all of the necessary toiletries

29
Other Issues
  • Drug abuseDont do it. Dont even think about
    it. The consequences are _at_ing HEINOUS.
  • Bring appropriate civilian gear
  • Do not wear pro-sports gear overseas!

30
Issues
  • 80 advanced training pay will be directly
    deposited into your account
  • If you want the remaining 20, return your
    medical/dental records, orders, travel claim,
    etc. immediately upon returning from cruise
  • You can bring them in or mail them

31
  • Contents of cruise package
  • Medical/dental records
  • Midshipman Summer Training Handbook
  • Travel claim (sample 2 blank forms)
  • Instructions for meeting the MEDT for your cruise
    also see handbook
  • Envelope stamped and addressed to NROTC unit to
    return all items
  • Pick up your cruise package NLT 13 May. Bring
    your ID card (and passport, if appropriate).

32
  • CORTRAMID
  • Have your bank info with you when you report.
    They will file your travel claim and will need to
    know where the funds are to be deposited.
  • The day prior to your flight, call the airline
    and verify your departure time
  • Be at the airport early. If there are any
    problems, call the unit or the MEDT officer.
  • KEEP PEOPLE INFORMED.
  • When you report in, ensure your original orders
    are endorsed. (If not, no remaining 20) Same
    thing when you detach.

33
  • Keep all receipts
  • Dont need for meals, etc because receiving per
    diem
  • Need them for filing travel claim
  • Have your bank info with you (i.e., routing )
  • WITHIN 3 DAYS OF YOUR RETURN, MAIL OR BRING IN
    ORDERS, TRAVEL CLAIM, AND MEDICAL/DENTAL RECORDS.

34
  • NOTE If you fail to submit the travel claim,
    the government will dock your paycheck (i.e. your
    stipend) until they have collected the entire
    amount of your advance travel pay (the initial
    80).

35
  • Summer Training Travel Questionnaire
  • Bring to ADMIN NLT 28 April.
  • This provides information for the location from
    which you will be departing and to which you will
    be returning
  • List your summer address, phone number, and
    e-mail
  • If we need to get in touch with you, it is
    critical that we have the proper info.

36
Conclusion
  • Evals and Debriefs
  • Dont Forget to Think
  • Phone s
  • Orders / Documentation
  • Safety
  • Gear
  • Alcohol
  • Fraternization

37
  • Bottom line A successful cruise is your
    responsibility. It will only be a valuable
    experience if you make it one.
  • Ask questions.
  • Get involved.
  • If you want to see or do something, talk to your
    running mate and the midshipman training
    officer.
  • This is your discernment process.
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