2 edition of naval officer found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Captain Marryat.|
|Series||The Naval and military library of entertainment ; v. 1-3|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.M349 Nav, PR4977 Nav|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||77363629|
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The Naval Officer's Guide is a collection of information and advice intended primarily for officers in the US Navy, but it also provides a valuable introduction to the sea services for officers of other uniformed services, members of the U.S.
interagency community, naval history buffs, and anyone interested in learning more about the Navy. Completely revised and updated, this edition reflects the significant /5(7). The Naval Officer's Guide, intended primarily for commissioned officers in the U.S. Navy, is also a valuable introduction to the sea services for officers from other uniformed services, the U.S.
interagency community, and anyone interested in learning more about the Navy. Completely revised and updated, this edition reflects recent changes in the organization and policies of the Department of Defense and. The Navel Officer's Guide, United States Navel Institute, Navy, Navy Book, Naval Book, Traditions, Military Guide, Navy Customs, Saluting, militarybooksandstuf $ Free shipping Favorite.
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Chief of Information Attn: US Navy Navy Pentagon Washington DC The commanding officer and the individual officer are jointly responsible for ensuring that the OMPF is complete and contains information pertinent to the officer’s career. Officers should familiarize themselves with enclosures 1 and 2 of BUPERSINST for information concerning documents placed in their record.
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The official message on the Navy reading list updates can be found in NAVADMIN / To summarize the message: Updates released in conjunction with the Navy’s th Birthday.
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