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Unformatted text preview: Page of 1 FINLEY, JOE DANIEL XXX-XX-1005 06/30/2009 ** PRIVACY ACT INFORMATION ** 5 FINLEY, JOE DANIEL XXX-XX-1005 Machinist's Mate, Second Class FINLEY, JOE DANIEL Transcript Sent To: Name: SSN: Rank: SAILOR/MARINE AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION REGISTRY TRANSCRIPT A-661-0103 Military Course ID: Nuclear Machinist's Mate, Class A Course: 18-NOV-1994 Date Taken: 07-APR-1995 Description: Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the theory and operation of a steam power plant; perform basic arithmetic operations; operate tools, test equipment, and system components; read blueprints; practice rigging techniques; and perform maintenance procedures. ACE Credit Recommendation: ACE Identifier: NV-1710-0154 **INDIVIDUAL COPY** To Military Course Completions Nuclear Power Training Command Orlando, FL X-777-7770 22-AUG-1994 31-OCT-1994 NV-2202-0165 Recruit Training Upon completion of the course, the recruit will demonstrate knowledge of general military and Navy protocol, first aid, personal health, safety, basic swimming, fire fighting, and water survival skills and will meet prescribed standards for physical fitness. In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour in personal fitness/conditioning, 1 in personal/community health, and 1 in first aid and safety (3/92). Courses: Date Taken: Description: ACE Credit Recommendation: ACE Identifier: Military Course ID: To Separated Status: Page of 2 FINLEY, JOE DANIEL XXX-XX-1005 06/30/2009 ** PRIVACY ACT INFORMATION ** 5 X-444-4444 S-501-0020 P-500-0025 Military Course ID: Military Course ID: Military Course ID: Navy Substance Abuse Prevention Program Enlisted Navy Recruiting Orientation/Recruiter Canvasser (ENRO) First Line Leadership Development Program Course: Course: Course: 14-APR-1995 17-JUL-2000 03-JAN-2006 Date Taken: Date Taken: Date Taken: 20-APR-1995 18-AUG-2000 09-JAN-2006 Description: Description: Description: To provide instruction on alcoholism and drug abuse with emphasis on personal health and responsibility. Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform as a Navy recruiter, displaying competence in sales, prospecting, paperwork processing, marketing, communications, recruit incentives, Navy benefits, problem solving and basic computer operations. Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to identify basic principles of leadership including the use oral and written communication in professional relationships; the role of motivation, empowerment, and counseling in development of subordinate; and ways to manage human resources, teams, and stress to create a quality organizational climate. In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in technical mathematics (including algebra II), 3 in mechanical physics, and 3 in steam plant operations (turbines, condensers, heat exchangers, and system components) (8/99)....
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