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Discuss the dual chain of command (Administrative/Operational) for operating forces

Op: President, SECDEF, commander assigned op forces

Admin: SECNAV, CNO, Op forces

2

Discuss Unified/Specified as it applies to the Operational COC

Unified- Composed of units from two or more services
Specific- only one service

3

Discuss Fleet Commanders as they apply to the Operational COC

Each are in charge of their own designated fleets. (CINCPACFLT, CINCLANTFLT, CINCUSNAVEUR)

4

Discuss Task Force Commanders as they apply to the Operational COC

Each are in charge of a subdivision, or task force, of a fleet.

5

Discuss Task Unit Commanders as they apply to the Operational COC

Each are in charge of a subdivision of a Task Group, which is a subdivision of a task force.

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Discuss SECNAV as he applies to the Administrative COC

CEO of the Navy; appointed by POTUS; authority to conduct all the affairs of the DoN

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Discuss CNO as he applies to the Administrative COC

Chief of Naval Operations- senior military officer of the DoN; member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and as such an adviser to POTUS & SECNAV,

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Discuss Commander Fleet Forces and how it applies to the Administrative COC

Commands and controls fleets in an entire AOR

9

Discuss Naval Air Force Commander

Type Commander (TYCOM); in administrative and sometimes operational control of certain types of assets assigned to the Pac and Lant fleets

10

Discuss Functional Wing Commander

Usually a Captain; in command of a wing, which consists of several squadrons of aircraft (commodore)

11

Discuss Type Squadron Commander

Usually a Captain or Commander; in command of a specific squadron, reports to the Functional Wing Commander (CO)

12

Discuss the role of the MCPON

Serves as the liaison between all Navy Enlisted personnel and the CNO and Chief of Naval Personnel

13

Discuss the role of the Fleet Master Chief

Principal advisers to the Fleet CINC; bridges the gap between enlisted and commander of the fleet

14

Discuss the role of Force Master Chief

Principal advisers to the Force Group Commander; bridges the gap between enlisted and commander of the force

15

Discuss the role of Command Master Chief

Bridges the gap between the CO/XO and enlisted personnel; 3rd in charge of a squadron or command which has more than 250 sailors

16

State the geographic AOR of U.S. Fleet Forces Command

HQ Norfolk, oversees al

17

State the geographic AOR of 3rd Fleet & 7th Fleets

3rd = Eastern Pacific
7th = Western Pacific

18

State the geographic AOR of 5th Fleet

Arabian Gulf and Indian Ocean

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State the geographic AOR of 6th Fleet

Mediterranean

20

State the geographic AOR of MSC

Military Sealift command- USNS ships that follow fleets around the world

21

State the geographic AOR of 10th Fleet

cyber fleet. HQ is in Maryland

22

State the purpose and content of the Standard Organization and Regulations Manual (SORM) of the US Navy

Sets general standards and regulations for all hands

23

State the purpose and content of the Command's Organization and Regulations Manual (CORM)

Regulations for personnel in a specific command (i.e. Squadron SOP)

24

State the purpose for the UCMJ

Military's criminal code

25

State the purpose for the Code of Conduct

To set the standard for the way personnel should act when captured, according to the Geneva Convention

26

Who is the SECNAV

Honorable Raymond Mabus

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Who is the CNO

ADM Jonathan Greenert.

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Who is the MCPON

MCPON Michael D. Stevens