Presentation on theme: "USNSCC Organization/Chain of Command. Field Organization NSCC Executive Director CAPT James E. Monahan, USN (Ret.) NHQ Representative RON BAKER, USNR."— Presentation transcript:
USNSCC Organization/Chain of Command
Field Organization NSCC Executive Director CAPT James E. Monahan, USN (Ret.) NHQ Representative RON BAKER, USNR (RET) Senior/Regional Director Unit Commanding Officer
NATIONAL CHAIRMAN Mr. James H. Erlinger DEPUTY DIRECTOR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FIELD REPRESENTATIVE CAPT HENRY NYLAND, III, USNR (RET.) James E. Monahan, Capt, USN (Ret) SOUTH EAST – CAPT RON BAKER, USNR (RET.) Regional Director Assistant to Regional Director STARR, Alan M., LCDR LEIBOWITZ, Jeffrey S., LCDR
Unit Organization Commanding Officer Executive Officer Training Officer Operations Officer Administrative Officer Personnel Officer Supply Officer Recruiting/PAO Officer Chaplain Medical Assistant
Training Officer – Responsible for maintaining the appropriate degree of training and professional conduct for staff and recruits. The TO will ensure that all company-level training (close order drill, uniform appearance, barracks appearance, watch standing, general orders, etc) is being taught in accordance with the SOP (standard operating procedures)
Operations Officer – Ensures compliance with the SOP and POD. The OPSO will observe each company individually and the battalion as a whole, as well as staff officers and cadets to optimize the allotted time and maintain an high standard of efficiency for the duration of the training evolution.
Administrative Officer – Calculate and produce necessary statistics and reports for NHQ and the training command as well as manage and maintain personnel jackets and computer records.
Medical Officer – Professionally trained medical person(s) who are responsible for all matters of physical safety from proper hydration and first aid to more severe injuries. The MO will distribute any and all medications and will arrange an emergency medical plan with the local hospital and fire dept. prior to training.
Division Officers (4) – Work directly under the Training Officer and are responsible for the day-to-day operations of their respective companies. They are to ensure safety and welfare of the recruits and staff assigned to their command.
Cadet Organization LPO ALPO Squad leaders LCLPO ALCLPO Drill Team Commander ADTC Color Guard Commander CorpsmanMAA
Lead Petty Officer (LPO) – Must be PO2 or above, have completed POLA, participated in a previous AT, and have previous experience as a staff cadet. This cadet must also have a recommendation from his or her unit CO.
Asst. Lead Petty Officer (ALPO)– Must be PO2 or above, have completed POLA, participated in a previous AT, and have previous experience as a staff cadet. ALPO must also have a recommendation from their unit CO.
Company Commander (CC) (4) – Must be PO3 or above, have completed POLA, participated in a previous AT. The CC is responsible to the Division Officer and directs the day-to-day training of recruits in his/her company.