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1 Military Requirements for Petty Officers Third and Second Class (NAVEDTRA 14504) CTT1(IDW/SW/AW) RICHARDS

2 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Chapters 1. Leadership, Supervision, and Training 8. Military Responsibilities and Duties NAVEDTRA 14504

3 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Chapter 1: Leadership, Supervision, and Training The world has three types of people... Those who make things happen Those who make things happen Those who watch things happen Those who watch things happen Those who don’t know what’s happening Those who don’t know what’s happening Focus on the first two, avoid the third NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

4 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Chapter 1: Leadership, Supervision, and Training Purpose: To help you build a base for self- development Section 1: Basics of leadership Section 1: Basics of leadership Section 2: Relationship between leadership and human behavior Section 2: Relationship between leadership and human behavior NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

5 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Learning Objectives: Identify the fundamentals of leadership Identify the fundamentals of leadership Recall Navy’s policy to provide leader development opportunities and training. Recall Navy’s policy to provide leader development opportunities and training. Recognize the relationships between leadership and people Recognize the relationships between leadership and people NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

6 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Fundamentals (basic principles) of leadership is the art by which a leader influences people to work toward a specific goal. –Reasoning ability –Experience –Personal example NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

7 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Where do leadership fundamentals come from? –We pattern our leadership behavior after people who are successful leaders –We learn from their successes and mistakes NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

8 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership What governs leadership actions? –U.S. Navy Regulations –Manual for Courts-Martial –Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy The petty officer’s job is to be sure his or her leadership actions conform to the rules and regulations governing the chain of command. NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

9 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Which of the following terms is interchangeable with fundamentals of leadership? 1. Total quality leadership 1. Total quality leadership 2. Motivational theory 2. Motivational theory 3. Basic principles of leadership 3. Basic principles of leadership 4. Principles of supervision 4. Principles of supervision NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

10 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Leader development is the responsibility of the individual, each Navy command, and the Navy training establishment (everyone in the Navy) The Navy has two categories of leadership training: –Leadership training courses and –Indoctrination training NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

11 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Leadership Training Courses Includes Sailors selected to E-5, E-6, E-7, and Command Master Chief/Chief of the Boat Includes Sailors selected to E-5, E-6, E-7, and Command Master Chief/Chief of the Boat Foundation of these courses include: Foundation of these courses include: –Values –Responsibility, authority, and accountability of leadership –Unity of command, Navy, and services –Total quality leadership NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

12 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Indoctrination Training Petty Officer Indoctrination Course (E-4 selectees) Petty Officer Indoctrination Course (E-4 selectees) Chief Petty Officer Indoctrination Course (E-7 selectees) Chief Petty Officer Indoctrination Course (E-7 selectees) Command Master Chief Course (4-day seminar within first 6 months after assignment) Command Master Chief Course (4-day seminar within first 6 months after assignment) Tailored leadership courses as part of the training for Recruit Company Commander (RCC) instructor and Navy recruiting force Tailored leadership courses as part of the training for Recruit Company Commander (RCC) instructor and Navy recruiting force Navy Command Indoctrination Program Navy Command Indoctrination Program These courses provide information to members either entering a new paygrade or being assigned to a new duty station. NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

13 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership When you realize you have made a wrong decision, admit your mistake, accept the responsibility, and When you realize you have made a wrong decision, admit your mistake, accept the responsibility, and 1. criticize others for the mistake 1. criticize others for the mistake 2. don’t let subordinates know of your mistake 2. don’t let subordinates know of your mistake 3. take steps to avoid repeating the error 3. take steps to avoid repeating the error 4. do nothing else 4. do nothing else NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

14 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership How do leadership fundamentals relate to people? The most important element of leadership IS people The most important element of leadership IS people An effective leader recognizes each person as an individual with different values and beliefs An effective leader recognizes each person as an individual with different values and beliefs NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

15 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Personal qualities of a leader High standards of performance High standards of performance Moral courage Moral courage Dedication to the Navy and the nation Dedication to the Navy and the nation Enviable example Enviable example Initiative Initiative Loyalty to the chain of command Loyalty to the chain of command Accountability Accountability NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

16 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Personal qualities of a leader Set standards for yourself that you expect from others Leadership by Example NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

17 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership FOLLOWERSHIP To lead, you must first be able to follow: for without followers, there can be no leaders. To lead, you must first be able to follow: for without followers, there can be no leaders. —Navy saying NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

18 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Fundamentals of Leadership Followership One point we often overlook concerning successful leaders is they were successful followers before they were successful leaders. Followership and leadership are not opposites Followership and leadership are not opposites Leaders perform both roles at the same time Leaders perform both roles at the same time Followership and leadership skills are similar Followership and leadership skills are similar NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

19 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Relationship Between Leadership & Human Behavior Learning Objective: Recognize the five basic levels of human need Leadership and human behavior are related Leadership and human behavior are related Study your personnel Study your personnel Try to get to know and understand them Try to get to know and understand them Keep the lines of communication open Keep the lines of communication open NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

20 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Relationship Between Leadership & Human Behavior Recognize the five basic levels of human need: -Survival-Safety-Security-Social-Belonging-Esteem-Self-Actualization NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

21 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Relationship Between Leadership & Human Behavior Five levels of human need (Maslow’s hierarchy of needs) NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

22 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills Learning Objective: Translate work requirements into assignments and specific tasks for work center subordinates. What makes a person a good supervisor? A good supervisor will first break a job down into individual tasks and then ensure all needed materials are available. He or she will then assign the tasks to the most appropriate persons. NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

23 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills For any given job: 1. Break the job into tasks 2. Assign tasks 3. Coordinate material and safety requirements 4. Use the proper tool for the job 5. Make progress checks 6. Report the job status 7. Provide performance feedback NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

24 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills PROGRESS CHECKS Answer these five basic questions before you begin: 1. What must be done? 1. What must be done? 2. Where should it be done? 2. Where should it be done? 3. When should it be done? 3. When should it be done? 4. How should it be done? 4. How should it be done? 5. Who should do it? 5. Who should do it? NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

25 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills When reporting the job status, use the four “B’s”: Be on time Be on time Be accurate Be accurate Be brief Be brief Be gone Be gone NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

26 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills When providing performance feedback: Provide POSITIVE FEEDBACK Command Letter of Appreciation (LOA) Command Letter of Appreciation (LOA) Command Letter of Commendation (LOC) Command Letter of Commendation (LOC) Flag LOA Flag LOA Flag LOC Flag LOC Navy Achievement Medal (NAM) Navy Achievement Medal (NAM) Navy Commendation Medal (NCM) Navy Commendation Medal (NCM) Sailor of the Month, Quarter, or Year Sailor of the Month, Quarter, or Year Even a Bravo Zulu (BZ) or a positive written counseling Even a Bravo Zulu (BZ) or a positive written counseling NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

27 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills When providing performance feedback: Provide CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK Guidelines: Always praise good performance or correct poor performance as soon as possible Always praise good performance or correct poor performance as soon as possible Praise in public, correct in private Praise in public, correct in private Look for the reason behind the action (Why is someone not performing to standards) Look for the reason behind the action (Why is someone not performing to standards) If a problem exists, work with the subordinate to solve the problem If a problem exists, work with the subordinate to solve the problem Try to be aware of what is going on with your workers Try to be aware of what is going on with your workers NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

28 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills Evaluating performance Be honest Be honest Put aside friendships and dislikes Put aside friendships and dislikes Don’t let personal feelings and attitudes blur your professional judgment Don’t let personal feelings and attitudes blur your professional judgment NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

29 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills Counseling A tool to help a person explore, better understand, and find solutions to a problem (and is also an instrument of conflict resolution) There are 4 major types: Personal Personal Career Career Performance Performance Disciplinary Disciplinary NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

30 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills Key counseling points Counsel to solve a problem or to fulfill a need Counsel to solve a problem or to fulfill a need Determine interview goal before meeting & review records Determine interview goal before meeting & review records Give individual the facts, both pleasant and unpleasant Give individual the facts, both pleasant and unpleasant Be a good listener and be fair Be a good listener and be fair Refer the individual to other resources for professional help Refer the individual to other resources for professional help Keep the individual’s problem confidential Keep the individual’s problem confidential Help the individual grow in self-understanding Help the individual grow in self-understanding NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

31 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills Counseling DON’TS DO NOT lose your self control DO NOT lose your self control DO NOT make promises you cannot keep DO NOT make promises you cannot keep DO NOT be quick to decide DO NOT be quick to decide DO NOT forget to document formal counseling and have the sheet signed DO NOT forget to document formal counseling and have the sheet signed NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

32 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills Personnel Qualification Standards (PQS) OPNAVINST (Additional information in Personnel Qualification Standards (PQS) Management Guide NAVEDTRA ) A PQS is a compilation of minimum knowledge and skills necessary to qualify for a specific watch station, maintain specific equipment, or perform as a team member within a unit. NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

33 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Leadership/Supervisory Skills Benefits of Continuous Improvement Increased pride of workmanship Increased pride of workmanship Increased readiness Increased readiness Improved sustainability because of extended time between equipment failures Improved sustainability because of extended time between equipment failures Better justification for budgets because of more efficient operations Better justification for budgets because of more efficient operations Streamlined maintenance and production processes Streamlined maintenance and production processes Total Quality Leadership is a practical application of “working smarter, not harder” NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

34 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Training Subordinates Responsibilities of a Training Petty Officer Assist in planning, developing, and coordinating training program Assist in planning, developing, and coordinating training program Develop monthly training schedules Develop monthly training schedules Provide and/or assign instructors to give training Provide and/or assign instructors to give training Provide training to assigned instructors in methods of instruction to be used for a lesson Provide training to assigned instructors in methods of instruction to be used for a lesson Oversee preparation of training materials. Assist in advancement training for personnel Oversee preparation of training materials. Assist in advancement training for personnel Observe training/instructors to ensure requirements are met. Observe training/instructors to ensure requirements are met. Maintain training records Maintain training records Keep personnel informed of PQS and training progress Keep personnel informed of PQS and training progress Inform personnel of fleet and service schools Inform personnel of fleet and service schools Provide information on Navy and DANTES courses, and aid in applying Provide information on Navy and DANTES courses, and aid in applying NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

35 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Training Subordinates Responsibilities of a Training Petty Officer Detailed information is available in the Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy, OPNAVINST Detailed information is available in the Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy, OPNAVINST NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

36 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Training Subordinates Instructional methods and techniques Lecture method Lecture method Discussion method Discussion method Demonstration method Demonstration method Related techniques (applicable to the above) Lesson summary Lesson summary Oral questioning Oral questioning Training aids Training aids NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

37 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Training Subordinates Command Training Team Support vital command-wide mandatory training Support vital command-wide mandatory training Fire fighting, safety, personal rights, responsibilities, and equal opportunity policies Fire fighting, safety, personal rights, responsibilities, and equal opportunity policies CTT personnel trained to present Navy Rights and Responsibilities (NR&R) CTT personnel trained to present Navy Rights and Responsibilities (NR&R) Minimum of 2 E-6 or above trained in NR&R (except commands with less than 50 personnel) Minimum of 2 E-6 or above trained in NR&R (except commands with less than 50 personnel) members Above 5 NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

38 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Training Subordinates Navy Rights and Responsibilities (NR&R) All personnel must attend an NR&R workshop within 90 days of reporting to a new permanent duty station. Commands must conduct training frequently enough to keep the class size below 20 people. NAVEDTRA Chapter 1

39 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS CHAPTER 8 MILITARY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES As a vision for the future, let me just say we will steer by the stars and not the wake. And I see four stars of equal magnitude in the constellation that will guide us: operational primacy, teamwork, leadership and pride. operational primacy, teamwork, leadership and pride. —Admiral J. Johnson Chief of Naval Operations NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

40 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MILITARY DUTIES OF THE PETTY OFFICER POOW is the primary enlisted assistant to the officer of the deck (OOD) when the ship is in port. The POOW assists the OOD in carrying out the ship’s daily routine and in ensuring the security and safety of the ship. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

41 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MILITARY DUTIES OF THE PETTY OFFICER As a petty officer, you need to be familiar with naval correspondence procedures. For details of naval correspondence, consult the Department of the Navy Correspondence Manual, SECNAVINST As a petty officer, you need to be familiar with naval correspondence procedures. For details of naval correspondence, consult the Department of the Navy Correspondence Manual, SECNAVINST NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

42 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MILITARY DUTIES OF THE PETTY OFFICER - You must master the art of writing short, concise, routine correspondence. In some situations, you will have to determine the type of correspondence to be drafted - If you turn out a confused, rambling, lengthy masterpiece, you only create an editing chore for the chop chain or you may wind up doing the whole thing over. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

43 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MILITARY DUTIES OF THE PETTY OFFICER When assigned as the POOW, you will have the following duties, responsibilities, and authority: Assist the OOD and the junior officer of the watch (JOOW) and supervise and instruct sentries and messengers. Assist the OOD and the junior officer of the watch (JOOW) and supervise and instruct sentries and messengers. Wear the prescribed uniform and ensure orderliness of watch- standing equipment during each morning watch. Wear the prescribed uniform and ensure orderliness of watch- standing equipment during each morning watch. Carry out the daily routine and orders as the OOD may direct. Carry out the daily routine and orders as the OOD may direct. Notify the OOD and the JOOW of any changes in the weather or changes in barometric pressure readings of 0.04 inch or more in any one hour. The quartermaster of the watch, when assigned, will assume this responsibility. Notify the OOD and the JOOW of any changes in the weather or changes in barometric pressure readings of 0.04 inch or more in any one hour. The quartermaster of the watch, when assigned, will assume this responsibility. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

44 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MILITARY DUTIES OF THE PETTY OFFICER In all classes of submarines, hourly observe and log draft readings. Ensure draft readings are reviewed periodically by the in-port duty officer. In all classes of submarines, hourly observe and log draft readings. Ensure draft readings are reviewed periodically by the in-port duty officer. Make entries in the deck log for all events of interest as directed by the OOD. Erasures should not be made in the deck log. The quartermaster of the watch, when assigned, will assume this responsibility. Make entries in the deck log for all events of interest as directed by the OOD. Erasures should not be made in the deck log. The quartermaster of the watch, when assigned, will assume this responsibility. Ensure the messenger makes the calls listed in the call book kept on the quarterdeck. The quartermaster of the watch, when assigned, will assume this responsibility. Ensure the messenger makes the calls listed in the call book kept on the quarterdeck. The quartermaster of the watch, when assigned, will assume this responsibility. Return salutes and carry out the watch routine for the OOD or the JOOW when neither is at the gangway. Return salutes and carry out the watch routine for the OOD or the JOOW when neither is at the gangway.Cont’d NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

45 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MILITARY DUTIES OF THE PETTY OFFICER Call away boats in sufficient time to make sure that they are ready to leave the ship at the time prescribed in the boat schedule. Call away boats in sufficient time to make sure that they are ready to leave the ship at the time prescribed in the boat schedule. Keep a list of personnel (such as boat crews) expected to be absent on duty from the ship during meal hours. Notify the ship’s duty cook of the approximate number of personnel that will be absent and the time they will return for the meal. Keep a list of personnel (such as boat crews) expected to be absent on duty from the ship during meal hours. Notify the ship’s duty cook of the approximate number of personnel that will be absent and the time they will return for the meal. Assemble liberty parties in ample time for inspection by the OOD before departure of scheduled liberty boats. Assemble liberty parties in ample time for inspection by the OOD before departure of scheduled liberty boats. Perform other duties as directed by the OOD or JOOW Perform other duties as directed by the OOD or JOOW NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

46 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MILITARY DUTIES OF THE PETTY OFFICER Internal Communications. You should have a working knowledge of the mass communication (MC) systems— sound-powered telephones, voice tubes, pneumatic tubes, and ship’s service telephones. pneumatic tubes, and ship’s service telephones. Logs, Records, and Reports. As you stand the POOW, you will be required to maintain various logs, records, and reports. Logs, Records, and Reports. As you stand the POOW, you will be required to maintain various logs, records, and reports. Ex. If your ship is in port, you may have to maintain a weather log NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

47 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MILITARY DUTIES OF THE PETTY OFFICER SHIP’S DECK LOG.—Probably the most important log you will be maintaining is the ship’s deck log. The basic requirements for maintaining the ship’s deck log are contained in U.S. Navy Regulations and Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy. SHIP’S DECK LOG.—Probably the most important log you will be maintaining is the ship’s deck log. The basic requirements for maintaining the ship’s deck log are contained in U.S. Navy Regulations and Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy. The ship’s deck log is a complete daily record, by watches, of every circumstance and occurrence of importance or interest about the crewand the operation and safety of the ship. The ship’s deck log is a complete daily record, by watches, of every circumstance and occurrence of importance or interest about the crewand the operation and safety of the ship. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

48 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MILITARY DUTIES OF THE PETTY OFFICER A ship’s deck log has both historical importance and legal standing. It may be used at times in naval, admiralty, and civil courts. In an incident involving the ship, the log may be the only available evidence upon which to base a legal decision. At sea, the quartermaster of the watch keeps the ship’s deck log. In port, chronological entries are made, but these entries are made by the POOW. A ship’s deck log has both historical importance and legal standing. It may be used at times in naval, admiralty, and civil courts. In an incident involving the ship, the log may be the only available evidence upon which to base a legal decision. At sea, the quartermaster of the watch keeps the ship’s deck log. In port, chronological entries are made, but these entries are made by the POOW. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

49 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MILITARY DUTIES OF THE PETTY OFFICER Because the log may be used as evidence in legal proceeding, erasures are not permitted. If you make a mistake, draw a single line through the original entry (so that it remains legible), insert the correct entry, and place your initials in the left margin. The log is signed at the end of each watch by the OOD. The name of the OOD also must be printed beneath the signature. Because the log may be used as evidence in legal proceeding, erasures are not permitted. If you make a mistake, draw a single line through the original entry (so that it remains legible), insert the correct entry, and place your initials in the left margin. The log is signed at the end of each watch by the OOD. The name of the OOD also must be printed beneath the signature. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

50 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MILITARY DUTIES OF THE PETTY OFFICER - In keeping the log, remember two important points: (1) All entries must be clear, concise, and accurate; (1) All entries must be clear, concise, and accurate; (2) every entry must be preceded by the time of its occurrence or when the information becomes known. (2) every entry must be preceded by the time of its occurrence or when the information becomes known. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

51 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MILITARY DUTIES OF THE PETTY OFFICER - In keeping the log, remember two important points: (1) All entries must be clear, concise, and accurate; (2) every entry must be preceded by the time of its occurrence or when the information becomes known. The overall responsibility for the deck log belongs to the OOD. OODs must sign the deck log at the end of their watch to show relief of the watch and validity of entries The overall responsibility for the deck log belongs to the OOD. OODs must sign the deck log at the end of their watch to show relief of the watch and validity of entries NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

52 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MILITARY DUTIES OF THE PETTY OFFICER Examples of Ship Deck Log Entries PERSONNEL Mustered the crew at quarters for captain’s inspection (of personnel and upper decks) Secured from inspection. GETTING UNDER WAY Commenced preparations for getting underway. Set material condition ________ Stationed the special sea detail. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

53 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MILITARY DUTIES OF THE PETTY OFFICER The following are some of the logs that you may come in contact with while the POOW: - Security clearance list - Passdown log - Weapons custody log - Sounding and security log - Vehicle log - Visitors log NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

54 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MILITARY DUTIES OF THE PETTY OFFICER - You must master the art of writing short, concise, routine correspondence. In some situations, you will have to determine the type of correspondence to be drafted - If you turn out a confused, rambling, lengthy masterpiece, you only create an editing chore for the chop chain or you may wind up doing the whole thing over. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

55 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MILITARY DUTIES OF THE PETTY OFFICER TYPES OF CORRESPONDENCE.— Official correspondence in its true sense covers all recorded communications, including messages. The Department of the Navy Correspondence Manual covers naval messages, official letters and endorsements, memoranda, and even electronic correspondence. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

56 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS SIGNATUREAUTHORITY Commanding officer (CO), officer in charge (OIC), or person “acting” in either position must personally sign the following documents: Those which establish policy Those which establish policy Those which center on changes to the command’s mission and are addressed to higher authority Those which center on changes to the command’s mission and are addressed to higher authority Those which deal with certain aspects of military justice (The acting CO or acting OIC may sign these documents only if a staff legal officer finds that the commanding officer’s signature is unnecessary.) Those which deal with certain aspects of military justice (The acting CO or acting OIC may sign these documents only if a staff legal officer finds that the commanding officer’s signature is unnecessary.) Those required by law or regulation (e.g., ship’s deck log) Those required by law or regulation (e.g., ship’s deck log) NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

57 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS DELEGATING SIGNATURE AUTHORITY. The CO may delegate signature authority to military and civilian subordinates and may authorize those subordinates to further delegate signature authority. Subdelegated signature authority may be delegated to the lowest responsible person whose position is reasonably related to the function involved. The CO may delegate signature authority to military and civilian subordinates and may authorize those subordinates to further delegate signature authority. Subdelegated signature authority may be delegated to the lowest responsible person whose position is reasonably related to the function involved. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

58 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS DELEGATING SIGNATURE AUTHORITY. When subordinates sign documents under delegated authority, they usually sign “By direction.” The following are a few examples of signature authority that may be delegated to the leading petty officer: Signing or initialing of all service record pages except Page 1 (DD Form 4 or NAVPERS 1070/601) and DD Form 214 Signing or initialing of all service record pages except Page 1 (DD Form 4 or NAVPERS 1070/601) and DD Form 214 Signing of special request chits recommending or not recommending approval Signing of special request chits recommending or not recommending approval Signing of various 3-M documents, such as the weekly schedule, the automated work request (AWR), and requests for repair parts Signing of various 3-M documents, such as the weekly schedule, the automated work request (AWR), and requests for repair parts NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

59 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS DELEGATING SIGNATURE AUTHORITY. When subordinates sign documents under delegated authority, they usually sign “By direction.” The following are a few examples of signature authority that may be delegated to the leading petty officer: Signing or initialing of all service record pages except Page 1 (DD Form 4 or NAVPERS 1070/601) and DD Form 214 Signing or initialing of all service record pages except Page 1 (DD Form 4 or NAVPERS 1070/601) and DD Form 214 Signing of special request chits recommending or not recommending approval Signing of special request chits recommending or not recommending approval Signing of various 3-M documents, such as the weekly schedule, the automated work request (AWR), and requests for repair parts Signing of various 3-M documents, such as the weekly schedule, the automated work request (AWR), and requests for repair parts NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

60 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS SECURITY When you stand duty as the POOW, you play an important part in the security of your ship or unit. A list of personnel who are authorized to work in the various departments is kept in the quarterdeck area. These people may be shipyard personnel, civilian vendors, or even personnel attached to a repair facility. When you stand duty as the POOW, you play an important part in the security of your ship or unit. A list of personnel who are authorized to work in the various departments is kept in the quarterdeck area. These people may be shipyard personnel, civilian vendors, or even personnel attached to a repair facility. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

61 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS SECURITY What should you do when an unauthorized person gains entrance to your ship or unit? What should you do when an unauthorized person gains entrance to your ship or unit? You should sound the proper alarm and pass the word following instructions concerning unauthorized visitors aboard your unit or ship. Remember, if you are in doubt as to whether or not to sound an alarm and pass the word, do it. The unauthorized person may be a terrorist or an enemy agent. You should sound the proper alarm and pass the word following instructions concerning unauthorized visitors aboard your unit or ship. Remember, if you are in doubt as to whether or not to sound an alarm and pass the word, do it. The unauthorized person may be a terrorist or an enemy agent. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

62 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS SECURITY If an unauthorized person is found who cannot account for being in a space or tries to leave the area, an alarm should be sounded and appropriate action taken to apprehend the person. This action is a function of the Security Alert Team (SAT) aboard your ship If an unauthorized person is found who cannot account for being in a space or tries to leave the area, an alarm should be sounded and appropriate action taken to apprehend the person. This action is a function of the Security Alert Team (SAT) aboard your ship NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

63 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS SECURITY A bomb threat is a message delivered by telephone or letter. A bomb incident is the detonation/ignition of a bomb, discovery of a bomb, or receipt of a bomb. Each requires the petty officer to act appropriately for the situation. In the case of a bomb threat, information is the key to disarming and avoiding catastrophe. Information such as who, what, when, and most certainly where should be obtained. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

64 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS WATCH STANDING WEAPON SAFETY The following safety rules should never be forgotten when you are standing any kind ofwatch with a pistol: The following safety rules should never be forgotten when you are standing any kind ofwatch with a pistol: 1. Keep the pistol in its holster except when the watch is relieved or circumstances require you to use the pistol. NEVER engage in horseplay with any weapon—it can be deadly and always must be treated as such. 1. Keep the pistol in its holster except when the watch is relieved or circumstances require you to use the pistol. NEVER engage in horseplay with any weapon—it can be deadly and always must be treated as such. 2. Never surrender your pistol to any unauthorized person. 2. Never surrender your pistol to any unauthorized person. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

65 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS WATCH STANDING WEAPON SAFETY The following safety rules should never be forgotten when you are standing any kind ofwatch with a pistol: 3. The pistol normally is carried unloaded aboard ship with one or more loaded clips (magazines) in pouches attached to the pistol belt. Leave the clips in their pouches. If the practice aboard your ship is to carry the pistol loaded, NEVER have a round in the chamber. 3. The pistol normally is carried unloaded aboard ship with one or more loaded clips (magazines) in pouches attached to the pistol belt. Leave the clips in their pouches. If the practice aboard your ship is to carry the pistol loaded, NEVER have a round in the chamber. 4. When being relieved, always unload the pistol and inspect it for a clear chamber.With the pistol pointed in a safe direction, release the slide and snap the trigger. 4. When being relieved, always unload the pistol and inspect it for a clear chamber.With the pistol pointed in a safe direction, release the slide and snap the trigger. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

66 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS WATCH STANDING WEAPON SAFETY The use of a firearm comes under the term deadly force. The use of a firearm comes under the term deadly force. Deadly force is that force which a person uses with the purpose of causing—or which they know, or should know, would create a substantial risk of causing—death or serious bodily harm. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

67 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS WATCH-TO-WATCH WEAPONS TURNOVER Usually there are three magazines with your pistol. Two of the magazines, each containing five rounds, are in pouches attached to the pistol belt. The third magazine is empty and is in the pistol to protect internal parts of the pistol from the weather, dirt, and dust. Usually there are three magazines with your pistol. Two of the magazines, each containing five rounds, are in pouches attached to the pistol belt. The third magazine is empty and is in the pistol to protect internal parts of the pistol from the weather, dirt, and dust. If the pistol has a lanyard attached to it, keep the lanyard around your neck until your relief has positive control of the pistol. Then remove the lanyard from around your neck and place it around the neck of your relief. This effort prevents the pistol from being dropped and damaged If the pistol has a lanyard attached to it, keep the lanyard around your neck until your relief has positive control of the pistol. Then remove the lanyard from around your neck and place it around the neck of your relief. This effort prevents the pistol from being dropped and damaged NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

68 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Drills and Emergencies In the Navy you have been taught that training pays off. The more you train, the better you perform. The same is true with drills. In the Navy you have been taught that training pays off. The more you train, the better you perform. The same is true with drills. Injury or incapacity of one individual should not significantly reduce the effectiveness of any damage control function. For example, repair party personnel must be “jacks-of-all-trades.” They should be able to do each other’s jobs, and this can be done only by cross training in each other’s skills. In an emergency, widespread capability may be needed to save a ship. Injury or incapacity of one individual should not significantly reduce the effectiveness of any damage control function. For example, repair party personnel must be “jacks-of-all-trades.” They should be able to do each other’s jobs, and this can be done only by cross training in each other’s skills. In an emergency, widespread capability may be needed to save a ship. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

69 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Safety Precautions One of your most important jobs is safety. Safety is not yours alone, but a responsibility of all hands. The greatest killer of our people is a disregard for safety when doing a task. As you perform your duties, you should watch for violations of safety rules. One of your most important jobs is safety. Safety is not yours alone, but a responsibility of all hands. The greatest killer of our people is a disregard for safety when doing a task. As you perform your duties, you should watch for violations of safety rules. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

70 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS FLAGS AND PENNANTS As POOW, you should be alert for the display of significant flags and pennants from other ships and flag displays on boats. The Navy uses many different flags and pennants to identify persons, ships, and events and to communicate information to others. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

71 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS SIDE HONORS Side honors, rendered to officers and officials boarding and departing the ship, are part of the honors stipulated for an official visit. The honors consist of parading the proper number of side boys and piping the side by the honors boatswain’s mate. Side boys are not paraded on Sunday or on other days between sunset and 0800 or during meal hours of the crew, general drills and evolutions, and periods of regular overhaul, except in honor of civil officials and foreign officers. Side boys are not paraded on Sunday or on other days between sunset and 0800 or during meal hours of the crew, general drills and evolutions, and periods of regular overhaul, except in honor of civil officials and foreign officers. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

72 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Special Evolutions Special evolutions involve many out of the normal routine events that may occur aboard ship. The following are some of these special evolutions: Weapons handling Weapons handling Hazards of electromagnetic radiation to ordnance (HERO) restrictions Hazards of electromagnetic radiation to ordnance (HERO) restrictions Diving operations Diving operations Man aloft Man aloft Refueling and defueling Refueling and defueling Working over the side Working over the side NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

73 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS HEAVY WEATHER BILL There is no weather bill to follow if the weather is nonthreatening. As the POOW, you may be required to keep the weather log at the quarterdeck area. If you notice that the barometer has fallen 0.04 inch or more in 1 hour, notify the OOD, as this is the first indication of an approaching storm. Most of our weather information today comes from local sources, and they tell us of approaching storms NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

74 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS HEAVY WEATHER BILL The heavy weather bill will be placed in effect during periods of actual or forecasted high wind and seas, hurricanes, typhoons, tidal waves, and so forth. You may be assisting the OOD with some of the following responsibilities: You may be assisting the OOD with some of the following responsibilities: Keeping informed of the weather condition in effect and ensuring that proper preparations are being taken Keeping informed of the weather condition in effect and ensuring that proper preparations are being taken Stationing personnel to tend lines as appropriate Stationing personnel to tend lines as appropriate Requesting tugs to clear any ships from alongside Requesting tugs to clear any ships from alongside Ensuring that all service lines not actually required are removed from the ship Ensuring that all service lines not actually required are removed from the ship NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

75 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS United States Storm Warning Signals The combinations of flags and pennants, are hoisted at the National Weather Service and other shore stations in the United States to indicate the presence or future presence of unfavorable winds Small craft warning: One red pennant displayed by day and a red light over a white light at night to indicate that winds up to 38 miles per hour (33 knots) and/or sea conditions dangerous to small craft operations are forecast for the area. Small craft warning: One red pennant displayed by day and a red light over a white light at night to indicate that winds up to 38 miles per hour (33 knots) and/or sea conditions dangerous to small craft operations are forecast for the area. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

76 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS United States Storm Warning Signals Gale warning: Two red pennants displayed by day and a white light above a red light at night to indicate that winds ranging from 39 to 54 miles per hour (34 to 47 knots) are forecast for the area. Gale warning: Two red pennants displayed by day and a white light above a red light at night to indicate that winds ranging from 39 to 54 miles per hour (34 to 47 knots) are forecast for the area. Storm warning: One square red flag with a black center displayed during daytime and two vertical red lights at night to indicate that winds 55 miles per hour(48 knots) and above. If the winds are associated with a tropical cyclone (hurricane), the storm-warning display indicates that winds within the range of 55 to 73 miles per hour (48 to 63 knots) are forecast. Storm warning: One square red flag with a black center displayed during daytime and two vertical red lights at night to indicate that winds 55 miles per hour(48 knots) and above. If the winds are associated with a tropical cyclone (hurricane), the storm-warning display indicates that winds within the range of 55 to 73 miles per hour (48 to 63 knots) are forecast. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

77 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS United States Storm Warning Signals CONT’D Hurricane warning (displayed only in connection with a tropical cyclone or hurricane): Two square red flags with black centers displayed at daytime and a white light between two vertical red lights at night to indicate that winds 74 miles per hour (64 knots) and above are forecast for the area. Hurricane warning (displayed only in connection with a tropical cyclone or hurricane): Two square red flags with black centers displayed at daytime and a white light between two vertical red lights at night to indicate that winds 74 miles per hour (64 knots) and above are forecast for the area. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

78 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Environmental Protection As the POOW, you should be concerned with pollution of all kinds. While on watch, take note of any vessel, civilian or Navy, including your own, that is polluting the harbor or river. If you notice anyone polluting, notify the OOD, who will, in turn, take proper action and notify the responsible personnel. Anytime polluting is noted, be sure to log all the facts, times, and actions taken As the POOW, you should be concerned with pollution of all kinds. While on watch, take note of any vessel, civilian or Navy, including your own, that is polluting the harbor or river. If you notice anyone polluting, notify the OOD, who will, in turn, take proper action and notify the responsible personnel. Anytime polluting is noted, be sure to log all the facts, times, and actions taken NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

79 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS MOORED - When your vessel is moored to a pier or buoy, it is normally highly visible and safe from a collision with another vessel during daylight hours. However, special precautions must be taken after sunset. You will be required to make sure the anchor lights and the aircraft warning lights are turned on at sunset and turned off at sunrise. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

80 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS ANCHORED - When your ship is at anchor, you must be extremely alert. Other ships moving about the harbor can see your ship during the day, but how do they know you are at anchor? - They are alerted by an anchor ball displayed in the forward part of your ship. The ball is black in color and a minimum of 2 feet in diameter. In addition, the ensign and union jack are flown during the day. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

81 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Duty Section Leader - Depending on the size or class of the ship, you may not be assigned as a section leader until you become a second class petty officer. Aboard larger ships with large sections you may have to wait until you become a first class petty officer. Therefore, being assigned as a section leader depends upon the size of command and number of personnel in your section. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

82 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Police Petty Officer (PPO) The PPO’s duties encompass areas such as cleanliness of divisional berthing and stowage areas, holding reveille, maintaining silence after taps, and maintaining order. In addition to these duties, PPOs stand their regular watches and perform their normal duties. Sometimes they may be required to augment the MAA force in details such as searching the ship and provisioning for new personnel The PPO’s duties encompass areas such as cleanliness of divisional berthing and stowage areas, holding reveille, maintaining silence after taps, and maintaining order. In addition to these duties, PPOs stand their regular watches and perform their normal duties. Sometimes they may be required to augment the MAA force in details such as searching the ship and provisioning for new personnel NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

83 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Master-At-Arms (MAA) -The chief master-at-arms (CMAA), often called the sheriff, is responsible to the executive officer for maintaining good order and discipline. Personnel of the MAA rating usually fill this billet on larger ships. -If you are not part of the MA rating and are assigned to the MAA force, your tour of duty usually will be 6 months. -Remember, an MAA is much like a police officer and, as such, must be courteous and friendly and must enforce regulations without favor to anyone NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

84 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Shore Patrol Shore Patrol Mission and Duties: Shore Patrol (SP) is another collateral duty that you may be assigned to. This duty is usually 24 hours or less. Your primary duty is to preserve good order among other members of the armed forces who are in liberty status. Shore Patrol Mission and Duties: Shore Patrol (SP) is another collateral duty that you may be assigned to. This duty is usually 24 hours or less. Your primary duty is to preserve good order among other members of the armed forces who are in liberty status. The Secretary of the Navy has delegated the authority to create the shore patrol. You have to be an E-4 or above to be a member of the SP. When standing patrol duties you normally have no jurisdiction over civilians. When you are shore patrol never solicit favors or gifts. The Secretary of the Navy has delegated the authority to create the shore patrol. You have to be an E-4 or above to be a member of the SP. When standing patrol duties you normally have no jurisdiction over civilians. When you are shore patrol never solicit favors or gifts. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

85 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Shore Patrol Duties in US and its Terrorities 1. They perform court liaison functions with civilian law enforcement agencies and courts in the immediate area. 2. They receive courtesy turnovers. Courtesym turnovers are limited to those individuals whose behavior and attitude are acceptable and who desire to be returned to the custody of their parent command. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

86 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS Shore Patrol Duties Overseas Apprehension- When taking a person into custody. Apprehension- When taking a person into custody. Apprehending Officers: Only when the situation offers no other alternative should an enlisted SP apprehend an officer. Apprehending Officers: Only when the situation offers no other alternative should an enlisted SP apprehend an officer. Apprehending the opposite sex: Physical contact should be avoided. If force is necessary for restraining a person or taking the member to headquarters utmost care must be used. Apprehending the opposite sex: Physical contact should be avoided. If force is necessary for restraining a person or taking the member to headquarters utmost care must be used. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

87 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS CLOSE-ORDER DRILL On occasion you will be required to take charge of a group of Sailors ashore and march them to a work detail, to the dispensary, or to and from classes at a training command. You also may have to take charge of such a group to prepare them for a parade or ceremony and observing military courtesies. When you are in charge of such a unit, you must give the proper commands at the right time to ensure that the unit moves with precision and smartness. On occasion you will be required to take charge of a group of Sailors ashore and march them to a work detail, to the dispensary, or to and from classes at a training command. You also may have to take charge of such a group to prepare them for a parade or ceremony and observing military courtesies. When you are in charge of such a unit, you must give the proper commands at the right time to ensure that the unit moves with precision and smartness. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

88 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS CLOSE-ORDER DRILL - Close-Order Drill Squad: Full strength, normally consists of 12 persons. - Platoon: Consists of 2 squads, a platoon headquarters, and a guide. - Company: consists of two or more platoons NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

89 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS CLOSE-ORDER DRILL - Quick time is cadence at 120 steps (12, 15, or 30 inches in length) per minute. Usually, the tallest person will be on your left as you face the formation. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

90 MILITARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PETTY OFFICERS THIRD AND SECOND CLASS CLOSE-ORDER DRILL - Quick time is cadence at 120 steps (12, 15, or 30 inches in length) per minute. Usually, the tallest person will be on your left as you face the formation. NAVEDTRA Chapter 8

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