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Title: Military Requirements for Petty Officers 2nd and 3rd Class: Chapters 1-4


1
Military Requirements for Petty Officers 2nd and
3rd ClassChapters 1-4
2
Chapter 1 Leadership, Supervision, and Training
  • Fundamentals of Leadership
  • We need men and women who by their personal
    integrity, their sense of moral purpose, and
    their acceptance of the requirement for hard work
    will exemplify the best in leadership traditions
    of the Navy and our Country.
  • Admiral Arleigh A. Burke (USN RET)
  • (Former Chief of Naval Operations, 1955-1961)

3
Definitions
  • The Navy defines leadership as follows
  • Leadership is the art of influencing people to
    progress towards the accomplishment of a specific
    goal
  • The Petty Officers job is to be sure his or her
    leadership actions conform to the rules and
    regulations governed by the chain of command.
  • US Navy Regulations
  • Manual for Courts-Martial
  • Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S.
    Navy (SORN)

4
Qualities
  • Personal Qualities of a Leader
  • High Standard of Performance
  • Moral Courage
  • Dedication to the Navy and the Nation
  • Enviable Example
  • Initiative
  • Loyalty to the Chain of Command
  • Accountability
  • Followership
  • To lead, you must first be able to follow for
    without followers, there can be no leaders.
  • Navy Saying

5
Responsibility
  • Exercise of authority is inseparable from and
    acceptance of responsibility
  • Your responsibilities will extend both up and
    down the chain of command
  • You will be regularly and continually responsible
    for training
  • You will have the additional responsibility of
    working in coordination with others
  • As your responsibilities increase, your ability
    to communicate clearly and effectively also must
    increase
  • You will have the increased responsibility of
    keeping up with new developments

6
Human Behavior
  • Human behavior is the result of attempts to
    satisfy certain needs
  • Survival
  • Safety-Security
  • Social-Belonging
  • Esteem
  • Self-Actualization

7
Leadership/Supervisory Skills
  • Break the job into tasks
  • Assign tasks
  • Coordinate material and safety requirements
  • The proper tool for the job
  • Progress checks
  • Status reporting
  • Be on time
  • Be accurate
  • Be brief
  • Be gone
  • Performance feedback
  • Positive
  • Constructive

8
Leadership/Supervisory Skills (contd)
  • Evaluating performance
  • Conflict resolution
  • Counseling
  • Personal
  • Career
  • Performance
  • Disciplinary
  • Personal Qualification Standards
  • Personal Qualification Standards (PQS) Management
    Guide, NAVEDTRA 43100-1
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Work Smarter not harder

9
Training
  • Responsibilities of a Training Petty Officer
  • Instruction Methods and Techniques
  • Lecture
  • Discussion
  • Demonstration
  • Related Techniques
  • Lesson Summary
  • Oral Questioning
  • Training Aids
  • Command Training Team
  • Formed for the purpose of informing and keeping
    everyone up to date on areas such as fire
    fighting, safety, personal rights,
    responsibilities, and equal opportunity issues
    and policies

10
Chapter 2 Military Justice and Bearing
  • Petty Officers Authority
  • General Authority stems from U.S. Navy
    Regulations
  • Art. 1037 Authority of Warrant Officers,
    Non-Commissioned Officers and Petty Officers
  • Art. 1020 Exercise of Authority
  • Art. 1132 Compliance with Lawful Orders
  • Organizational Authority
  • Derived from assigned billets within command as
    designated by the Standard Organization and
    Regulations of the U.S. Navy

11
Lawful Orders
  • Any order imposing punishment outside the
    framework of the Uniform Code of Military Justice
    (UCMJ) is unlawful. Punishment may only be
    through the judicial process or nonjudicially
    through UCMJ Art. 15 (COs NJP)

12
Nonpunitive measures available to supervisors
  • Extra Military Instruction (EMI)
  • Approved by the Manual for Courts-Martial
  • Training device intended to improve efficiency of
    a command or unit
  • Withholding of Privileges
  • Final authority to withhold privileges rests with
    the authority that grants the privilege
  • Extension of Working Hours
  • Work must be essential, must have a readiness
    requirement, or must be work that should have
    been finished during the normal workday

13
Responsibility
  • SORN (OPNAVINST 3120.32) states
  • Authority should be delegated to the lowest
    level of the competence commensurate with the
    subordinates assigned responsibilities and
    capabilities. The principles of delegation,
    however recognize that officers at all levels
    must be accountable ultimately for the
    performance of their organizational segments even
    if they have charged subordinates with immediate
    authority for managing certain functions

14
Reporting Violations
  • Duty as a Petty Officer
  • 24/7 responsibility
  • Reporting of Offense Processing
  • Means letting the proper authority know about the
    apparent misconduct
  • Standard Navy report chit, Report and Disposition
    of Offense(s), NAVPER 1626/7

15
NAVPER 1626/7
  • Include
  • Date
  • Accuseds name, rate, SSN, branch of service, and
    division
  • Date and place of offense
  • Complete ID of all witnesses
  • Your Rate and signature
  • Dont worry about everything after the portion
    about Art. 31

16
Reporting Violations (contd)
  • Rights of the Accused
  • UCMJ Art. 31
  • Commanding Officer assigns junior officer or
    senior petty officer to investigate
  • Executive Officers Inquiry (XOI)
  • Captains Non-Judicial Punishment (COs Mast)
  • Redress of Grievances/Complaints of Wrongs
  • UCMJ Art. 138
  • U.S. Naval Regulations Art. 1150
  • Manual for the Judge Advocate General (JAGINST
    5800.7) Ch. 3

17
Courts-Martial
  • Summary (SCM)
  • 1 commisioned officer
  • Award any sentence given at mast as well as
    confinement for 1 month, hard labor with out
    confinement for 45 days, restriction for 2
    months, forfeiture of 2/3 pay per month for 1
    month
  • Special (SPCM)
  • No less than 3 members (may include 1 enlisted at
    request of Accused)
  • Accused may consult with defense counsel and
    request the court consist of only the military
    judge
  • Award any sentence given at SCM as well as
    bad-conduct discharge, confinement for 6 months,
    loss of 2/3 pay for 6 months, hard labor without
    confinement for 3 months
  • General (GCM)
  • No less than 5 members
  • Accused may consult with defense counsel and
    request the court consist of only the military
    judge
  • Can award any punishment not forbidden by the
    UCMJ, including death when specifically
    authorized for the offense

18
Uniforms
  • Covered under Uniform Regulations
  • Sea-bag inspections
  • Must maintain minimum uniform requirements as per
    U.S. Navy Uniform Regulations, NAVPERS 15665
  • Consult local instruction for procedures, but may
    include
  • Prescribe a time and place
  • Have current list of required items
  • Instruct person to present each item as you call
    it off
  • Check clothing for required stenciling
  • Have person sign inspection sheet when complete
    to acknowledge items missing, needing
    replacement, or maintenance

19
Grooming Standards
  • Men
  • Hair will be neat and clean and present a groomed
    appearance
  • Hair above ears and around neck will be tapered
    from the lower hairline upward at least ¾ inch,
    may not touch the collar, will not be longer than
    4 inches, and cannot touch the collar or ears
  • Sideburns permitted, but must be even and end in
    clean shaven horizontal line. Cannot extend past
    middle of the ear
  • Mustaches are permitted but must be neatly
    trimmed so that they dont appear ragged
  • Women
  • Hair must be neatly arranged and styled to
    present feminine appearance but may not fall
    below the lower edge of the uniform collar. No
    hair is to show under the front brim of the hat.
    Only ornaments permitted in hair are bobby pins
    (inconspicuously arranged) and barrettes (2 max)
    of a color that matched the hair
  • Fingernails may not exceed ¼ inch long. Polish
    must be a soft shade complimentary to the skin
    tone
  • Cosmetics should be of conservative color and
    applied sparingly
  • Earrings must be the 6-mm ball (approx. ¼ inch)
    with a brushed matte finish

20
Chapter 3 Quality of Life
  • Purpose of quality of life programs is to promote
    the effective use of the Navys human assets.
  • Includes the following major programs
  • Personal Excellence
  • Family Support
  • Equal Opportunity
  • Navy Alcohol and Drug Abuse
  • Health and Physical Readiness
  • Navy Family Housing

21
Personal Excellence Program
  • Promote personal development of Navy members in
    order to contribute to the self-satisfaction,
    morale, and quality of life
  • Includes
  • Education
  • Health/Fitness
  • Citizenship
  • Navy Personal Excellence Partnership Program

22
Family Support Program
  • Includes
  • Family Service Centers
  • The Family Advocacy Program
  • Family Home Care Programs
  • Casualty Assistance Calls Program

23
Health and Fitness
  • Navy Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program
  • OPNAVINST 5350.4B
  • Programs and Resources
  • Navy Alcohol and Drug Safety Action Program
    (NADSAP)
  • Drug and Alcohol Program Advisors (DAPAs)
  • Right Spirit Campaign
  • Alcohol Treatment Facilities (ATFs)
  • Navy Drug and Alcohol Counselors (NDACs)
  • Alcohol Rehabilitation Centers (ARCs)
  • Suicide Prevention

24
Health and Physical Readiness
  • Include
  • Exercise, physical fitness and weight control
  • Nutrition education
  • High blood pressure identification
  • Stress management
  • Smoking Education and Prevention
  • Lower Back Injury Prevention

25
Misc Programs
  • Military Cash Awards Program
  • MILCAP- 25,000.00 MAXIMUM AWARD
  • OPNAVINST 1650.8
  • Navy Family Housing Program
  • Equal Opportunity Program
  • OPNAVINST 5354.1D

26
Chapter 4 Career Information
  • Navy Enlisted Classification Structure (NECS)
  • Basic Military Requirements, NAVEDTRA 14325
  • Supplement the enlisted rating structure
  • Manual of Navy Enlisted and Personnel
    Classification and Occupational Standards,
    NAVPERS 18068, Section II
  • Petty Officer Quality Control Program
  • MILPERSMAN, Art. 3410180
  • Professional Development Boards (PDB)
  • Est. by BUPERSINST 1040.5

27
Special Programs and Projects Duty Assignments
  • Law Enforcement
  • Includes Law Enforcement, Physical Security,
    Permanent Shore Patrol, Armed Forces Duty
    Detachments, and Navy Absentee Collection Units
  • Brig Staff Duty
  • U.S. Navy Ceremonial Guard
  • Navy Aircrew Program
  • Navy Special Warfare and Explosive Ordinance
    Disposal Programs (SPECWAR, EOD, SEAL)
  • Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer

28
Enlisted Warfare Specialist Designations
  • Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist (ESWS)
  • OPNAV 1414.1
  • Enlisted Submarine Warfare Specialist (ESS)
  • COMSUBLANT/COMSUBPACINST 1552.16
  • Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist (EAWS)
  • OPNAV 1414.2
  • Enlisted Seabee Combat Warfare Specialist (ESCWS)
  • OPNAV 1410.1

29
Enlisted Service Records
  • Official history of a persons career
  • NAVPERS 1070/600
  • Specific Order
  • Right-hand side order in which these forms are
    filed has led to their being referred to as pages
  • Left-hand side- includes a separator (Career
    Performance Data, NAVPERS 1070/617)
  • Beneath separator are evaluation reports and
    counseling records, commendations, and award
    correspondence.
  • All papers are filed above the separator are
    filed in chronological order, the most recent on
    top

30
Enlisted Service Records (contd)
  • Dependency Application/Record of Emergency Data,
    NAVPERS 1070/602
  • Aka Page 2
  • Enlisted Qualification History
  • NAVPERS 1070/604
  • Aka Page 4

31
Retirement
  • Categories
  • Fleet Reserve
  • Regular Navy Retired List
  • Naval Reserve Retired List
  • Retired Reserve
  • Temporary Disability Retired List
  • Permanent Disability Retired List

32
QUESTIONS
33
What instructions govern Naval leadership?
  • U.S. Navy Regulations
  • Manual for Courts-Martial
  • Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S.
    Navy

34
What are the two types of performance feedback?
  • Positive
  • Constructive

35
What are the four areas a sailor can be counseled
in?
  • Personal
  • Career
  • Performance
  • Disciplinary

36
Name the three instruction methods?
  • Lecture
  • Discussion
  • Demonstration

37
Where does a Petty Officer derive his/her
authority?
  • Navy Regulations
  • Art. 1037
  • Art. 1020
  • Art. 1132
  • Organizational Authority
  • SORN

38
What article of the UCMJ covers COs Non-judicial
Punishment (NJP)?
  • Art. 15

39
What are some non-punitive measures available to
the chain of command?
  • Extra Military Instruction (EMI)
  • Withholding Privileges
  • Extention of Working Hours

40
What is a NAVPERS 1626/7?
  • Report and Disposition of Offense(s) (Navy
    Report Chit)

41
Article 31 of the UCMJ covers what?
  • Rights of the Accused

42
What are the different types of Courts-Martials
and what are the differences?
  • Summary (SCM)
  • 1 commissioned officer
  • Award any sentence given at mast as well as
    confinement for 1 month, hard labor with out
    confinement for 45 days, restriction for 2
    months, forfeiture of 2/3 pay per month for 1
    month
  • Special (SPCM)
  • No less than 3 members (may include 1 enlisted at
    request of Accused)
  • Accused may consult with defense counsel and
    request the court consist of only the military
    judge
  • Award any sentence given at SCM as well as
    bad-conduct discharge, confinement for 6 months,
    loss of 2/3 pay for 6 months, hard labor without
    confinement for 3 months
  • General (GCM)
  • No less than 5 members
  • Accused may consult with defense counsel and
    request the court consist of only the military
    judge
  • Can award any punishment not forbidden by the
    UCMJ, including death when specifically
    authorized for the offense

43
What is the maximum length allowable for a female
sailors nails?
  • ¼ inch

44
What instruction controls the Navy Alcohol and
Drug Abuse Program?
  • OPNAVINST 5350.4B

45
What is the MILCAP program and what is the
maximum reward associated with it?
  • Military Cash Awards Program
  • 25,000.00

46
What is NAVPERS 1070/602?
  • Dependency Application/Record of Emergency Data
  • Page 2

47
What is NAVPERS 1070/604?
  • Enlisted Qualification History
  • Page 4
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