Military Requirements for Petty Officers Third and Second Class

2011 JUNIOR SAILOR
ADVANCEMENT WORKSHOP
Military Requirements
for Petty Officers
Third and Second
Class
NAVEDTRA 14504
CHs 1-4
HM1 (SW/AW) T. Alburg
Chapter 1
LEADERSHIP, SUPERVISION,
AND TRAINING
The world has 3 types of People:
• Those who make things happen….
• Those who watch things happen….
• Those who don’t know what’s happening….
WHICH ONE ARE YOU?
Fundamentals of Leadership is
another term for…
Basic Principles of Leadership
These terms are used interchangeably
The publications that govern the rules and
regulations of the petty officer’s actions are:
• US Navy Regulations
• Manual for Courts-Martial
• Standard Organizational and Regulations of the US Navy
Question…
What term is interchangeable with Fundamentals
of Leadership?
Answer
Basic Principles of Leadership
The Navy definition of leadership:
“Leadership is the art of influencing people to
progress towards the accomplishment of a
specific goal.”
Personal Qualities of a Leader
• High Standards of performance
-believe anything worth doing is worth doing right
• Moral Courage
-stand up for what is right, even in the face of popular
disagreement
• Dedication to the Navy and the Nation
-are proud to part of the USN and be called American
• Enviable Example
-set an example above reproach (appearance, bearing)
Personal Qualities of a Leader cont..
• Initiative
-have an inward desire to excel
• Loyalty to the COC
-can be depended on to support all levels of
the COC
• Accountability
Followership
To lead, you must be able to follow:
for without followers, there can be no
leaders.
Leaders follow and lead at the same
time!
Question…
Which of the following traits is/are common to
all successful leaders?
• Initiative
• Dedication
• Accountability
• All of the above
Answer
Initiative, dedication and accountability are
traits that are common to all successful leaders
Human behavior
5 Groups or levels of needs:
-Survival (needed to sustain life i.e. O2, H2O,
sleep)
-Safety-Security
-Social-Belonging (need to be liked)
-Esteem
-Self Actualization (realization of your potential)
Question…
What level of human behavior is the most
important?
Answer
Survival consists of the basics we need to
sustain life, thus it is the most important level
of human behavior
5 Basic Guidelines to provide
performance feedback:
• Always praise good performance or correct poor
performance ASAP
• Praise in public and correct in private
• Look for a reason behind the action: why are they not
performing up to par
• If a problem exists, work with subordinates to solve it
• Try to be aware of what is going on with your workers
Remember, your workers are people!
Question…
What are the 4 major types of
advising and counseling?
4 major types of advising and
counseling….
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Personal
Career
Performance
Disciplinary
For the types of advising and
counseling's, you should:
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Perform it to solve a problem or fulfill a need
Determine an interview goal before meeting
Be a good listener
Keep the issue confidential
Not lose your self control
Not make promises
Not be quick to decide
Not forget to document Formal Counseling
Which of the following is not a type of
advising and counseling session?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Personal
Career
Performance
Improvement
not a type of advising and counseling
session…
5. Improvement
Remember….
Work smarter, not harder!
Command Training Team (CTT)
• Consists of personnel trained to present Navy Rights &
Responsibilities (NR&R) workshop.
-all personnel must attend NR&R within 90 days of
reporting to a new permanent duty station.
CTT
Command Size
50-100
101-200
201-300
301-above
# of CTT
2
3
4
5
Chapter 2
Military Justice and Bearing
U.S. NAVY REGULATIONS
GENERAL AUTHORITY
OF A
PETTY OFFICER
U.S NAVY REGULATIONS
• Article 1037 of U.S. Navy Regulations
-Authority of Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers & Petty
Officers
• Article 1020
-Exercise of Authority
gives you the right to exercise authority over all persons subordinate to you
• Article 1132
-Compliance with Lawful Orders
charges subordinates to obey their superiors
Authority
Includes the right to require action of others!
-written or oral orders
-must be lawful
-subordinates are required to follow lawful orders only
Article 15
CO’s NJP
Nonpunitive Measures taken by
Petty Officers
• Extra Military Instruction
-used to correct a deficiency; cannot be used on a Sabbath; usually 2 hrs or less daily
-E7 and above except when no CPO is available then Senior Petty Officers
• Withholding of Privileges
-a privilege is a benefit provided for the convenience or enjoyment of an individual
-special liberty, duty swaps, etc..
• Extension of Working Hours
-have personnel remain onboard outside of normal working hours to complete work
assignments, perform additional essential work, or maintain the required level
Question…
What is the purpose of Extra Military
Instruction?
Answer
Used to correct a deficiency
OPNAVINST 3120.32
Standard Organization of the US Navy
SORN
Question…
If an enlisted person violates a regulation in the
presence of both an officer and a petty officer,
who should correct the person?
Answer
The Petty Officer
Failing to correct the person could result in
reprimand!
Question…
The UCMJ is an appendix of
what?
Answer
Manual for Courts-Martial
Courts-Martial
How many types of courts-martial are there?
What are they?
Courts-Martial
There are 3 types of Courts-Martial.
Summary (SCM), Special (SPCM), and General
(GCM)
SEA-BAG INSPECTIONS
U.S. Navy Uniform regulations, NAVPERS 15665
-list the minimum numbers of uniform components required
-states that commanding officers shall require clothing of all E-1/E-2/E-3 personnel to
be inspected at regular intervals to ensure that each person possesses a complete sea
bag.
-Prior to transfer to another ship or station the sea bags of all E-1/E-2/E-3 personnel
shall be inspected, and the individual shall be required to have at least the items and
quantities indicated in tables found in the Uniform Regulations
-uniform components of E1-E6 shall have ownership markings (stencils ½”)
Rating Badges for Petty Officers
Can you describe what the Petty Officer Rating
Badge consists of?
Rating Badges for Petty Officers
A perched eagle with extended wings pointing
upward and its head facing right!
Men:
Women:
Measure 3¼” wide
Measure 2½” wide and their rating badge is 3/4s
the size of men
Men’s size rating badge is worn on all pea coats!
Rating Badges for Petty Officers
Rating badges are worn on the left sleeve of the
garment; centered vertically between the
shoulder seam and the elbow
Collar Devices
• Center the insignia 1 inch from the front and lower
edges of the collar and place the vertical axis of the
insignia along an imaginary line bisecting the angle
of the collar point
• The perched eagles face toward the front (inward)
GROOMING STANDARDS
There is a seeming difference between the
policy on grooming for male and female
members and it is simply recognition that there
is a difference between the sexes—mustaches
and sideburns for men, longer hair and
cosmetics for women
GROOMING STANDARDS FOR MEN
• Hair will be neat and clean and present a groomed appearance
• Hair above the ears and around the neck will be tapered from the lower
hairline upward at least 3/4 inch
• Hair on the back of the neck may not touch the collar
• Hair will be no longer than 4 inches and groomed so that it does not touch
the ears or collar, extend below the eyebrows when headgear is removed, or
interfere with proper wearing of the headgear
• Sideburns are permitted, but they are to be even width (not flared) and end
with a clean-shaven horizontal line
• Sideburns cannot extend below the middle of the ear
• Nothing shall be worn or carried exposed upon the uniform (cell phone
changes coming soon)
GROOMING STANDARDS FOR WOMEN
• Hair must be neatly arranged and styled to present a 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
• The only ornaments permitted in the hair are bobby pins (inconspicuously
arranged) and barrettes (two maximum) of a color that matches the hair
• Fingernails must not exceed 1/4 inch measured from the tip of the finger
Nail polish must be a soft shade, complementary to the skin tone
• Cosmetics should be of conservative color and applied sparingly
• Nothing shall be worn or carried exposed upon the uniform (cell phone
changes coming soon)
GROOMING STANDARDS FOR WOMEN
cont…
• Earrings must be the 6-mm ball (approximately 1/4 inch) type with a
brushed matte finish; either the screw-on or post type may be worn
• E-6 and below must wear silver earrings; CPOs and officers must wear
gold
• Small single pearl earrings are authorized for dinner or formal dress
uniforms
• The wearing of the maternity uniform is mandatory for all pregnant
women in the Navy when a uniform is prescribed and regular uniforms
no longer fit
Chapter 3
Quality of Life
“HONOR”
I am accountable for my professional and
personal behavior. I will be mindful of the
privilege I have to serve my fellow Americans.
“COURAGE”
Is the value that give me the moral and mental
strength to do what is right, with confidence
and resolution, even in the face of temptation
and adversity.
“COMMITMENT”
The day-today duty of every man and woman in
the DON is to join together as a team to
improve the quality of our work, our people
and ourselves.
OPNAVINSTs
OPNAVINST 1740.5
• Personal Financial Management
OPNAVINST 1754.1A
• Family Support Program
OPNAVINST 1752.3
• Family Advocacy Program
OPNAVINST 1740.4
• DON Family Care Policy
CACP
Casualty Assistance Calls Program
1. Supports Next of Kin of members involved in a casualty
2. Casualty Assistance Calls Officer (CACO)
-Officer with 2 years AD service or qualified Senior Enlisted E7 or above
MILCAP
• Military Cash Awards Program
• OPNAVINST 1650.8
Equal Opportunity Program
• OPNAVINST 5354.1D
• Guarantees the right of equality of opportunity
and treatment for all, regardless of race,
ethnicity, religion, gender or national origin
within constraints of the law.
Equal Opportunity
• Command Management Equal Opportunity
(CMEO)
-ensures equal opportunity exists at the unit level.
• Command Assessment Team (CAT)
-mandatory members: XO , at least one department head and the CMC or
equivalent.
-command personnel trained to plan and conduct command assessment and
analyze data collected.
Sexual Harassment
• SECNAVINST 5300.26C defines sexual
harassment as:
“A form of sex discrimination that involves
unwelcome sexual advances, requests for
sexual favors, and other verbal or physical
conduct of a sexual nature.”
OPNAVINST 5370.2
Fraternization
• Term used to identify personal relationships
that cross the usual bounds of acceptable
senior-subordinate relationships.
Chapter 4
Career Information
NAVPERS 18068, SECTION II
Official reference for the NEC:
Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and
Personnel Classifications and Occupational
Standards
Petty Officer Quality Control Program
• Found in MILPERSMAN, article 3410180
• Focus was to provide centralized oversight of
career petty officers with identified
performance or behavior deficiencies, to
provide guidance to improve those
deficiencies, and to monitor their performance
for improvement.
General Categories of Performance
Are considered by the CO & if needed, board:
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Financial responsibility
Sobriety
Leadership
Military/personal conduct
Performance of duty
Willful racism, sexism, or acts that deny equal opportunity to others
Appearance and compliance with Navy fitness standards (PFA)
Function of Review Board
If it is determined performance is below standard
the Review Board will:
1. Advise the petty officer that it would be to his or her personal benefit to request a
transfer to the Fleet Reserve, Navy Retired List, or Naval Reserve Retired List.
2. Process the petty officer for administrative separation.
3. Enter a letter of warning into the permanent service record of the petty officer. (The
member would then require approval from the Chief of Naval Personnel before
reenlistment or extension of current service or before other appropriate
administrative action.)
4. Recommend denial of reenlistment. (The member would then require approval
from the Chief of Naval Personnel before reenlistment or extension of current
service or before other appropriate administrative action.)
Question…
What is the main purpose of the Petty
Officer Quality Control Program?
Answer
The Petty Officer quality Control Program is an
effort by the Navy to ensure that those
personnel with problems that effect the Navy
adversely are counseled and given help to
resolve those problems
SPECIAL PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS
DUTY ASSIGNMENTS
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Law Enforcement
Brig Staff Duty
U.S. Naval Ceremonial Guard
Navy Aircrew Program
Navy Special Warfare & Explosive Ordinance
Disposal Programs
• Chief Warrant Officer & Limited Duty Officer
Programs
Chief Warrant Officer Program
To be eligible…
• Be a US citizen
• Be serving on Active duty as E7-E9 on Navy,
Navy Reserve, or Training and Administration
of Reserves (TAR)
• Have completed 12 years but not more then 24
years of active service on 16 January of the
year of the application
Limited Duty Officer Program
To be eligible…
• Be a U.S. citizen
• Be serving on active duty in the regular Navy, Naval Reserve, or TAR
Program at the time of application. If selected, personnel must remain on
active duty until appointment is tendered.
• Be serving as a petty officer first class or CPO/SCPO on 16 January of the
year in which application is made. If a PO1, the applicant must have served
in that capacity for at least 1 year as of 16 January of the year in which
application is made.
Warfare Designators
The Navy has 4 enlisted warfare specialist
designations:
Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist
(ESWS)
OPNAV 1414.1
Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist
(EAWS)
OPNAV 1414.2
Enlisted Submarine Specialist
(ESS)
COMSUBLANT/COMSUBPACINST
1552.16
Enlisted Seabee Combat Warfare Specialist
(ESCWS)
OPNAV 1410.1
Warfare Designators
• The general qualifications to receive a warfare specialist
designation are as follows:
• Be assigned to a command authorized to award a warfare specialist
designator
• Be attached for a specific length of time
• Maintain an overall performance mark set by specific instruction
• Pass a written and/or oral examination
• Be recommended by the chain of command
• Be approved by the commanding officer
• Obtain a page 13 entry in your service record
Enlisted Service Record (ESR)
NAVPERS 1070/600
• The enlisted service record is the official
history of a person’s Navy career
• The information contained in the service
record starts when you apply for enlistment
and is added to throughout your naval service
What’s in the ESR…
• Dependency Application/Record of Emergency
Data, NAVPERS 1070/602, commonly known as
page 2
• Enlisted Qualifications History, NAVPERS
1070/604, is page 4 of the service record
-Education experience level
-Classification/Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery
(ASVAB) testing qualifications
-Designators (special warfare, etc.) and more…..
There are 6 different categories of
retirement….
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The Fleet Reserve
The Regular Navy Retired List
The Naval Reserve Retired List
The Retired Reserve
The Temporary Disability Retired List
The Permanent Disability Retired List
The Fleet Reserve
• The Fleet Reserve was established to provide experienced personnel for the
first stages of mobilization during an emergency or in time of war
• you are eligible for transfer to the Fleet Reserve upon the completion of at
least 20 years of active service in the armed forces
• After you have completed 30 years of service (which includes active-duty
and Fleet Reserve time combined), you will be transferred to the retired list
The Regular Navy Retired List
• Any enlisted member of the regular Navy who has
completed at least 30 years of active federal service may be
retired upon application
• Unlike transfer to the Fleet Reserve, the 30-year retirement
is a right guaranteed by law
• You may be ordered to active duty in time of war or
national emergency at the discretion of the Secretary of the
Navy but not under any other conditions without your
consent
The Naval Reserve Retired List
• The Naval Reserve Retired List is composed of members of
the Naval Reserve who are entitled to receive retired pay
• Retired members of the Naval Reserve may be ordered to
active duty without their consent. However, this may be
done only if the Secretary of the Navy, with the approval of
the Secretary of Defense, determines that the Navy does not
have enough qualified reservists in an active status
The Retired Reserve
• The Retired Reserve consists of reservists who
have been transferred to the Retired Reserve
List without pay
The Temporary Disability Retired
List
• The Temporary Disability Retired List consists
of members who are temporarily unable to
perform the duties of their rank or rating
because of a physical disability
The Permanent Disability Retired
List
• The Permanent Disability Retired List consists
of members who are permanently unable to
perform the duties of their rank or rating
because of a physical disability
Question…
As a retired member with 30 years of service
you may be ordered to active duty by which of
the following personnel?
1. Chief of Naval Operations
2. Vice President of the United States
3. Secretary of the Navy
4. Vice Chief of Naval Operations
Answer
A retired member with 30 years of service may
be ordered to active duty without his or her
consent only by the Secretary of the Navy.
Questions………..
HM1 (SW/AW) T. Alburg
[email protected]
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