Define Responsibilities and Accountability
All of the above
Commander In Chief
One (1), but only on the dress uniform
Two parallel gold bars
A silver eagle
Two parallel silver bars
A gold oak leaf
Sunrise and sunset
Sunrise and 2000hrs
0800hrs and sunset
0730hrs and sunset
Stop walking, face the officer, salute, and say nothing.
Stop walking, face the officer, salute, and say "By your leave, Sir/Ma'am"
Keeping walking, salute when about 6 paces away, and greet them with the appropriate greeting for the time of day, such as; "Good Morning Sir".
Turn and walk the other way so as to avoid having to salute.
Guide the actions of members of the military who are captured by enemy forces during time of war and peace.
Create the Navy's system of Core Values
Define rules and regulations for sailors with regards to their conduct on liberty
None of the above
Take responsibility and learn from our mistakes and move on.
Leave the important decisions to those who make them best.
Take your time in making decisions, regardless of deadlines.
Remain committed to the decision no mater how right or wrong it was.
Adhere to moral principles
Set a good example
Develop and administrative ability
All of the above
USS Bon Homme Richard
USS United States
Oliver Hazard Perry
John Paul Jones
Serves as screening and protection of fast carrier task forces against surface, air, and submarine attacks.
Primarily used for anti-submarine warfare
Carry, launch; retrieve, and handle combat aircraft quickly and effectively
Reconnaissance patrol supports special operation teams
Officer of the Deck
Command Duty Officer
Quartermaster of the Watch
Junior Officer of the Watch (JOOW)
Command Duty Officer (CDO)
Engineering Officer of the Watch (EOOW)
Damage Control Watch Officer (DCWO)