EIDWS CC 104

EIDWS CC 104 EIDWS Common Core 104. Section 104 Covers Administration.
  
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104.1.a - Discuss the Responsibilities of the following: Commander In Chief
 
The commander in chief is charged with making specific strategic decisions regarding the U.S. armed forces and directing the overall course of military action.
104.1.b - Discuss the Responsibilities of the following: Secretary of Defense
 
To advise the President in formation and carrying out of defense policy and to run the Defense Department.
104.1.c - Discuss the Responsibilities of the following: Secretary of the Navy
 
Has statutory authority to conduct all the affairs of the Department of the Navy and is subordinate to the Secretary of Defense.
104.1.d - Discuss the Responsibilities of the following: Chief of Naval Operations
 
The Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) is the senior military officer of the Department of the Navy. The CNO is a four-star admiral and is responsible to the Secretary of the Navy for the command, utilization of resources, and operating efficiency of the operating forces of the Navy and of the Navy shore activities assigned by the Secretary.
104.1.e - Discuss the Responsibilities of the following: Fleet Commander in Charge
 
Responsible for the operation, resourcing and training of the ships, submarines and aircraft, and personnel.
104.1.f - Discuss the Responsibilities of the following: Type Commander
 
Coordinates with CNO to determine fleet requirements.
104.2.a - Discuss the Role of the MCPON
 
The Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) is the senior enlisted person in the Navy. The MCPON serves as the senior enlisted leader of the Navy, and as an advisor to the Chief of Naval Operations and to the Chief of Naval Personnel in matters dealing with enlisted personnel and their families.
104.2.b - Discuss the Role of the Fleet Master Chief
 
These are Master Chiefs who have virtually the same responsibility as Command Master Chiefs, but Fleet Master Chief Petty Officers (FLTCM) are responsible for larger fleet commands: e.g., U.S. Pacific Fleet, There are Five Fleet Master Chief positions in the Navy.
104.2.c - Discuss the Role of the Force Master Chief
 
Force Master Chief Petty Officers (FORCM) are responsible for larger force commands: e.g., Submarine Force U.S. Atlantic Fleet There are ten Force Master Chief positions in the Navy. Naval Education and Training, Bureau of Medicine, etc.
104.2.d - Discuss the Role of the Command Master Chief
 
The Command Master Chief is the senior enlisted person at a command and works as a liaison between the Commanding Officer and the enlisted ranks, serving as the senior enlisted leader. In this capacity the CMC assists the commanding officer in issues of quality of life, discipline, training, and morale.
104.3 - Define CCRI.
 
Command Cyber Readiness Inspection. A formal inspection process which holds commanders accountable for their respective security posture.
104.4 - State NAVCYBERFOR's role in CCRI.
 
To conduct readiness inspections ensuring all IA policies are enforced within a command.
104.5.a - State the purpose and contents of the following document: EDVR
 
Enlisted Distribution Verification Report(EDVR)
monthly statement of an activity's enlisted personnel account, a summary by distribution community of the present and future manning status of the activity, and a permanent historical record of an activity's enlisted personnel account
104.5.b - State the purpose and contents of the following document: ODCR
 
The OCDR is provided to assist administrative officers in determining proper action to take regarding personnel accounting events which occur in the normal course of business at naval activities.
104.5.c - State the purpose and contents of the following document: AMD
 
Activity Manpower Document (AMD) is the single official statement of funded and unfunded requirements (manpower authorizaitons or B/A) for each UIC.
104.6.a - State the purpose of the following: Evaluation Report
 
Provide a record of performance for enlisted personnel.
104.6.b - State the purpose of the following: Fitness Report
 
Provide a record of performance for commissioned officers.
104.6.c - State the purpose of the following: Concurrent Report
 
Concurrent reports provide a record of significant performance in an additional duty (ADDU) or temporary additional duty (TEMADD) status.
104.7 State the following portions of a service record:
a. Page 2
b. Page 4
c. SGLI
d. Page 13
 
a. Record of emergency data.
b. Qualifications History.
c. Deceased service members' life insurance policies.
d. Used for administrative remarks in a service record.
104.8 - Describe the purpose and categories of a SITREP
 
Situational report, used to identify where and when a incident happened, and who was involved.

Categories: PINNACLE OPREP 3 (Severe incident)
OPREP-3 NAVY BLUE (Minor but newsworthy)
UNIT SITREP (minor incidents the CO wants to lay out)
104.9 - Discuss the importance of the IG.
 
The Inspector General advises the Commander, conducts inquiries, inspections, investigations and responds to requests for assistance.
104.10 - State the purpose of the Navy Correspondence Manual
 
SECNACINST 5216.5DTo provide uniform standards for the management and preparation of correspondence.
104.11 - Explain the PTS program
 
Designed to balance the manning of specific ratings and provide Sailors with greater advancement opportunity.
104.12 - List the officer accession programs that are available to enlisted personnel
 
Naval Academy
STA-21
LDO/CWO Inservice Procurement Board
OCS
Medical Enlisted Commissioning Program
Medical Service Corps Program
Flying CWO Program
104.13 - Explain what the DLPT is.
 
The Defense Language Proficiency Test (or DLPT) is a battery of foreign language tests produced by the Defense Language Institute and used by the United States Department of Defense DoD). They are intended to assess the general language proficiency of native English speakers in a specific foreign language, in the skills of reading and listening.
104.14 - State the duties and responsibilities of the Command ESO
 
The basic job of the ESO is to help the executive officer administer educational programs for the command.
104.15 - Explain the purpose of the U.S. Navy's drug screening program
 
To establish a valid and reliable means of inspecting a Command’s personnel to assess the Command’s readiness to carry out its assigned mission.
104.16 - Describe the six programs of Brilliant on the Basics
 
1. Sponsorship:
2. Assign a Mentor:
3. Indoctrination:
4. Leadership: Career Development Boards (CDBs):
5. Ombudsman program:
6. Recognition:
104.17 - Explain the purpose of the PAO.
 
Public Affairs Officers are responsible for preparing information relative to unit participation in military operations, world events, and environmental matters.

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