Lesson 8 Shipboard Organization

Lesson 8 Shipboard Organization - Slide 1 2001 By Default!...

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© 2001 By Default! A Free sample background from www.pptbackgrounds.fsnet.co.uk Slide 1 Shipboard Organization and Shipboard Organization and Military Duties of a Naval Military Duties of a Naval Officer Officer
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© 2001 By Default! A Free sample background from www.pptbackgrounds.fsnet.co.uk Slide 2 Learning Objectives Learning Objectives The student will know shipboard command The student will know shipboard command relationships and organizations for both relationships and organizations for both operational and administrative environments operational and administrative environments as follows: as follows: Identify the organization of shipboard battle, Identify the organization of shipboard battle, special operation, and peacetime routine watch special operation, and peacetime routine watch teams, in port, at anchor, underway, and the teams, in port, at anchor, underway, and the responsibilities, accountability, and duties of responsibilities, accountability, and duties of each watchstander. each watchstander.
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© 2001 By Default! A Free sample background from www.pptbackgrounds.fsnet.co.uk Slide 3 Learning Objectives Learning Objectives The student will know the shipboard The student will know the shipboard administrative organization, including the primary administrative organization, including the primary duties of the commanding officer (CO), executive duties of the commanding officer (CO), executive officer (XO), department heads (DH), and officer (XO), department heads (DH), and division officers (DO). division officers (DO). The student will know the various conditions of The student will know the various conditions of readiness. readiness. The student will know the purpose of the watch, The student will know the purpose of the watch, quarter, and station bill. quarter, and station bill.
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© 2001 By Default! A Free sample background from www.pptbackgrounds.fsnet.co.uk Slide 4 Learning Objectives Learning Objectives The student will know the purpose and The student will know the purpose and contents of the ship’s deck log and the contents of the ship’s deck log and the engineering log. engineering log. The student will know the duties and The student will know the duties and authority of naval officers. authority of naval officers.
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A Free sample background from www.pptbackgrounds.fsnet.co.uk Slide 5 Authority Authority U.S. Navy Regulations outlines the authority U.S. Navy Regulations outlines the authority of all naval personnel. Upon commissioning, of all naval personnel. Upon commissioning, the officer is granted the authority and the officer is granted the authority and responsibility to perform his/her duties. responsibility to perform his/her duties.
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