In the tradition of The Bluejacket's Manual, this new guide serves as qmentorq to the U.S. Navy's Chief Petty Officers and qgougeq to those who aspire to be CPOs. It is the result of an extensive review process by a select board of CPOs, including those assigned to the Senior Enlisted Academy in Newport, Rhode Island. The book provides extensive guidance in the four major skills areas deemed essential for today's successful CPO: leading, communicating, developing, and supporting. Among the sixteen useful chapters are qThe Moral Compass, q qWritten Communications, q and qAdvancement and Professional Development, q and there is specific guidance in topics unique to being a chief, including the conduct of CPO initiations, living in the Chief's Mess, and wearing khakis. Both textbook and reference work, the guide is mandatory reading for all E-6s and above.u-shape configuration, 154 U.S. Navy or Military Sealift Command (MSC), 245 Utah, USS, 436 values, 29. ... 158 Walker, Robert J., 242, 440-41, 448 The War Instructions for the Navy, 26 warrant officer (CWO) programs, 210-12 Wasbie, Jacob, 425 Washingtona#39;s tomb, ... Navy.mil, 227; wwwcfs. cnet.Navy.mil/pqs/, 239 ; www.courses.cnet.Navy. mil, 225; www.Navycollege. Navy.mil/index.cfm, 225; www.
|Title||:||The Chief Petty Officer's Guide|
|Author||:||John Hagan, J. F. Leahy|
|Publisher||:||Naval Institute Press - 2004|