START guide- US Navy DEP

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START guide- US Navy DEP
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START guide US Navy DEP

Start guide- US Navy DEP
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  1. E-6 Petty Officer First Class
  2. E-5 Petty Officer Second Class
  3. E-4 Petty Officer Third Class
  4. E-3 Seamon
  5. E-2 Seamon Apprentice
  6. E-7 Chief Petty Officer
  7. E-8 Senior Chief Petty Officer
  8. E-9 Master Chief Petty Officer
  9. W-2 Chief Warrant Officer
  10. W-3 Chief Warrant Officer
  11. W-4 Chief Warrant Officer
  12. W-5 Chief Warrant Officer
  13. O-1 Ensign (ENS)
  14. O-2 Lieutenant Junior Grade (LTJG)
  15. O-3 Lieutenant (LT)
  16. O-4 Lieutenant Commander (LCDR)
  17. O-5 Commander (CDR)
  18. O-6 Captain (CAPT)
  19. O-7 Rear Admiral Lower Half (RDML)
  20. O-8 Rear Admiral Upper Half (RADM)
  21. O-9 Vice Admiral (VADM)
  22. O-10 Admiral (ADM)
  23. Collar Device- 4 silver Stars

    Shoulder Board- One 2 inch gold stripe, three 1/2 inch gold stripes
    O-10 Admiral
  24. Collar Device- 3 Silver Stars

    Shoulder Board- One 2 inch gold stripe, two 1/2 inch gold stripes
    O-9 Vice Admiral
  25. Collar Device- 2 silver stars

    Shoulder Board- one 2 inch gold stripe, one 1/2 inch gold stripe
    O-8 Rear Admiral Upper Half
  26. Collar Device- 1 Silver Star

    Shoulder Board- One 2 inch gold stripe
    O-7 Rear Admiral Lower Half
  27. Collar Device- One silver spread eagle

    Shoulder Board- Four 1/2 inch gold stripes
    O-6 Captain
  28. Collar Device- One silver oak leaf

    Shoulder Board- Three 1/2 inch gold stripes
    O-5 Commander
  29. Collar Device- One gold oak leaf

    Shoulder Board- two 1/2 inch gold stripes, one 1/4 inch gold stripe
    O-4 Lieutenant Commander
  30. Collar Device- Two silver bars

    Shoulder Board- Two 1/2 inch gold stripes
    O-3 Lieutenant
  31. Collar Device- One silver bar

    Shoulder Board- One 1/2 inch gold stripe, one 1/4 inch gold stripe
    O-2 Lieutenant Junior Grade
  32. Collar Device- One gold bar

    Shoulder Board- one 1/2 inch gold stripe
    O-1 Ensign
  33. Collar Device- Silver bar, one horizontal blue line

    Shoulder Board- one 1/2 inch gold stripe, one horizontal line, one blue break
    W-5 Chief Warrent Officer
  34. Collar Device- Silver bar, 3 blue breaks

    Shoulder Board- one 1/2 inch gold stripe, one blue break
    W-4 Chief Warrent Officer
  35. Collar Device- Silver bar, 2 blue breaks

    Shoulder Board- One 1/2 inch gold stripe, 2 blue breaks
    W-3 Chief Warrent Officer
  36. Collar Device- Gold bar, 3 blue breaks

    Shoulder Board- one 1/2 inch gold stripe, 3 blue breaks
    W-2 Chief Warrent Officer
  37. Collar Device- Gold fouled anchor, silver super imposed USN, 2 silver stars

    Shoulder Board- Perched eagle, speciality mark, 3 chevrons, 1 rocker, 2 silver stars
    E-9 Master Chief Petty Officer
  38. Collar Device- Gold fouled anchor, silver super imposed USN, 1 silver star

    Shoulder Board- pearched eagle, speciality mark, 3 chevrons, 1 rocker, 1 silver star
    E-8 Senior Chief Petty Officer
  39. Collar Device- Gold fouled anchor, silver super imposed USN

    Shoulder Board- perched eagle, specialty mark, 3 chevrons, 1 rocker
    E-7 Chief Petty Officer
  40. Collar Device- pearched eagle, 3 chevrons

    Shoulder Board- perched eagle, specialty mark, 3 chevrons
    E-6 Petty Officer First Class
  41. Collar Device- Pearched eagle, 2 chevrons

    Shoulder Board- perched eagle, specialty mark, 2 chevrons
    E-5 Petty Officer Second Class
  42. Collar Device- pearched eagle, 1 chevron

    Shoulder Board- pearched eagle, specialty mark, 1 chevron
    E-4 Petty Officer Third Class
  43. Collar Device- 3 diagonial stripes
    E-3 Seaman
  44. Collar Device- 2 diagonial stripes
    E-2 Seaman Apprentice
  45. Scuttlebutt
    Drinking foutain; a rumor
  46. Lifeline
    lines erected around the weatherdecks of a ship to prevent personnel from falling or being washed over the side
  47. aft-end
    near or towards the stern of the vessel
  48. General Order #5
    To quit my post only when properly relieved
  49. General Order #8
    To give the alarm in case of fire or disorder
  50. Mine Warfare Type Ships
    All ships whose primary function is mine warfare on the high seas
  51. flag officer
    any commissioned officer in paygrade O-7 or above
  52. Liberty
    Permission to leave base (Usually for no more than 48 hours)
  53. Combat logistics Type Ships
    Ships that have the capability to provide underway replenishment to fleet units
  54. General Order #9
    To call the officer of the deck in any case not covered by instructions
  55. General quarters
    Battle Stations
  56. Taps
    Time to sleep, end of day
  57. Sailor's Creed
    I am a United States Sailor, I will support and defend the constitution of the United States of America and I will obey the orders of those appointed over me. I represent the fighting spirit of the Navy and those who have gone before me to defend freedom and democracy around the world. I proudly serve my countrys Navy combat team with Honor, Courage, and Commitment. I am commited to excellence and the fair treatment of all.
  58. Passageway
  59. Amphibious Warfare Type Ships
    All ships having organic capability for amphibious assault and characteristics enabling long duration operations on the high seas
  60. General Order #3
    To report all violations of orders I am instructed to enforce
  61. General Order #6
    To recieve, obey, and pass on to the sentry who relieves me all orders from the commanding officer, command duty officers of the watch only
  62. bunk or rack
  63. Gear locker
    storage room
  64. Scullery
    Place to wash dishes
  65. All hands
    the entire ships company, both officers and enlisted
  66. Working aloft
    working above the higest deck; generally performing maintenance on the ships mast
  67. Aircraft Carrier Type
    All ships designed primarily for the purpose of conducting combat operations by aircraft that engage in attacks against airborne, surface, sub-surface and shore targets
  68. Adrift
    loose from moorings and out of control (applied to anything lost, out of hand, or left lying about)
  69. Rating
    A job specialty title
  70. Buoy
    An anchored float used as an aid to navigation or to mark the location of an object
  71. Surface Combatant Type
    large, heavily armed, surface ships that are designed primarily to engage enemy forces on the high seas
  72. Fast
    Snugly secured
  73. X
  74. Y
  75. Z
  76. RTC Chain of Command
    -President of the United States
    -Vice President
    -Secretary of Defense (SECDEF)
    -Secretary of Navy (SECNAV)
    -Chief of Naval Operations (CNO)
    -Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON)
    -Commander, Naval Education and Training Command (CNETC)
    -Naval Education and Training Command (NETC)
    -Naval Education and Training Command Force Master Chief Petty Officer
    -Commander, Naval Service Training Command (CNSTC)
    -Naval Service Training Command, Command Master Chief Petty Officer
    -Commanding Officer, Recruit Training Command (RTC)
    -Recruit Training Command, Command Master Chief Petty Officer
    -Executive Officer, Recruit Training Command
    -Military Training Director (MTD)
    -Fleet Commander
    -Fleet leading Chief Petty Officer
    -Ship's Officer
    -Ship's Leading Chief Petty Officer
    -Recruit Division Commander
  77. Topside
  78. Mission of the Navy
    The mission of the United States Navy is to protect and defend the right of the United States and our allies to move freely on the oceans and to protect our country against her enemies.
  79. Ensign
    National Flag; commissioned officer between the rank of Chief Warrant officer and Lieutenant Junior Grade
  80. Overhead
  81. Below
  82. aye-aye
    Reply to an order or command meaning "I understand and will comply"
  83. Reveille
    Wake-up, start a new day
  84. Quarters
    Assembling of all hands for muster, instruction, and inspection
  85. Chain Locker
    compartment in which anchor chain is stowed
  86. sickbay
    Hospital or Medical Clinic
  87. General Order #7
    To talk to no one except in the line of duty
  88. Galley
  89. General Order #11
    To be especially watchful at night, and during the time for challenging, to challenge all persons on or near my post, and to allow noone to pass without proper authority
  90. U
  91. V
  92. W
  93. General order #10
    To salute all officers and all colors and standards not cased
  94. Submarine Type
    All self-propelled submersible types regaurdless of whether employed as combatant, auxiliary, or research and development vehicles that have at least a residual combat capability
  95. Gangway
    An opening in a bulwark or lifeline that provides access to a brow or accommodation ladder; an order meaning to clear the way
  96. General order #2
    To walk my post in a military manner, keeping always on the alert and observing everything that takes place within sight or hearing
  97. Fixed wing
    -C: Cargo
    -E: Electronic Warfare
    -F: Fighter
    -M: Multi-purpose
    -N: Special Test, Permanent
    -P: Patrol
    -R: Reconnaissance
    -T: Trainer
    -U: Utility
    -X: Experimental
  98. Secure
    lock, put away or stop working
  99. Swab
  100. barracks
    building where sailors live
  101. General order #4
    To repeat all calls from posts more distant from the guardhouse than my own
  102. M
  103. N
  104. O
  105. P
  106. Deep Six
    To dispose of by throwing over the side
  107. General order #1
    To take charge of this post and all government property in view.
  108. Carry On
    An order to resume work or duties
  109. E
  110. F
  111. G
  112. H
  113. A
  114. B
  115. C
  116. D
  117. allotment
    an amount of money a member has coming out of his (or her) regular pay
  118. I
  119. J
  120. K
  121. L
  122. Rotary wing
    -A: Attack
    -C: Cargo
    -H: Rescue (Help)
    -M: Multi-Role
    -S: Anti-submarine Warfare
    -T: Trainer
    -U: Utility
    -V: VIP Transport
  123. Support Type Ships
    A grouping of ships designed to operate in the open ocean in a variety of sea states to provide general support to either combatant forces or shore based establisments (includes smaller auxiliaries which by the nature of their duties, leave inshore waters)
  124. RTC Maxim
    I will not lie, chear or steal nor tolerate those amoung us who do.
  125. Chit, Chit book
    Coupon or receipt book
  126. Patrol Combatant Type
    Combatants whose mission may extend beyond coastal duties and whose characteristics include adequate endurance and sea keeping, providing a capability for operations exceeding 48 hours on the high seas without support.
  127. Colors
    Raising or lowering of a national flag, ceremonies held at 0800 and sunset for hoisting and haulinlg down the nation ensign
  128. brightwork
    brass or shiny metal kept polished rather than painted
  129. Chowhall (Mess deck)
    Place to eat
  130. Cast off
    To throw off; to let go; to unfurl
  131. Fathom
    A unit of lenth equal to 6 feet- used for measuring the depth of water
  132. Tattoo
    5 minutes before Taps
  133. Mobile Logistics Type Ships
    Ships that have the capability to provide direct material support to other deployed units operation far from home base.
  134. Turn to
    Begin work
  135. Q
  136. R
  137. S
  138. T
  139. Anchors Aweigh
    Stand Navy out to sea,
    Fight our battle cry;
    We’ll never change our course,
    So vicious foe steer shy, y, y, y;
    Roll out the T.N.T.;
    Anchors aweigh;
    Sail on to victory,
    and sink their bones to Davy Jones hooray! Anchors aweigh, my boys, anchors aweigh.
    Farewell to foreign shores.
    We sail at break of day, day, day, day.
    Through our last night ashore.
    Drink to the foam.
    Until we meet once more.
    Here’s wishing you a happy voyage home.
    Ooh, rah, ___ (Division #)
    Go Navy!
    Smooth Sailing
  140. President of the United States
    Barack Obama
  141. Vice president
    Joseph Biden
  142. Secretary of Defense (SECDEF)
    Leon E. Panetta
  143. Secretary of Navy (SECNAV)
    Ray Mabus
  144. Chief of Naval Operations (CNO)
    Adm Jonathan W. Greenert
  145. Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON)
    MCPON (SS/SW) Rick D. West
  146. Commander Naval Education Training Command
    RDML Joseph F. Kilkenny
  147. NETC Force Master Chief Petty Officer
    (SS) John J. Snyder
  148. Commander, Naval Service Training Command
    RDML David F. Steindl
  149. NSTC Master Chief Petty Officer
    CMDCM (SW/AW) Brian A. Hughes
  150. Commanding Officer, Recruit Training Command
    CAPT Steven G. Bethke
  151. RTC Command Master Chief
    CMDCM (SS/SW) Richard S. Dodd
  152. Executive Officer, Recruit Training Command (XO, RTC)
    CDR Kathryn A. Scott
  153. Military Training Director
    CDR Neeley
  154. Fleet Leading Chief Petty Officer
    Master Chief Happily
  155. Ships Officer
    LT Mclaughlin
  156. Honor
    “I will bear true faith and allegiance…”
    Accordingly, we will:
    -Conduct ourselves in the highest ethical manner in all
    relationships with seniors, peers, and subordinates;
    -Be honest and truthful in our dealings with each other,
    and with those outside the Navy;
    -Be willing to make honest recommendations and to
    accept those recommendations from junior personnel;
    -Encourage new ideas and deliver the bad news, even
    when it is unpopular;
    -Abide by an uncompromising code of integrity, taking
    responsibility for our actions and keeping our word;
    -Fulfill or exceed our legal and ethical responsibilities
    in our public and personal lives 24 hours a day. Illegal
    or improper behavior or even the appearance of such
    behavior will not be tolerated. We are accountable for
    our professional and personal behavior. We will be
    mindful of the privilege we have to serve our fellow
  157. Courage
    “I will support and defend…” Accordingly, we will:
    -Have courage to meet the demands of our profession
    and the mission when it is hazardous, demanding, or
    otherwise difficult;
    -Make decisions in the best interest of the Navy and the
    nation without regard to personal consequences;
    -Meet these challenges while adhering to a higher
    standard of personal conduct and decency;
    -Be loyal to our nation by ensuring the resources
    entrusted to us are used in an honest, careful, and
    efficient way. Courage is the value that gives us
    the moral and mental strength to do what is right
    even in the face of personal or professional adversity
  158. Commitment
    “I will obey the orders…” Accordingly, we will:
    -Demand respect up and down the chain of command;
    -Care for the safety, professional, personal, and spiritual
    well-being of our people;
    -Show respect toward all people without regard to race,
    religion, or gender;
    -Treat each individual with human dignity;
    -Be committed to positive change and constant
    -Exhibit the highest degree of moral character, technical
    excellence, quality, and competence in what we have been
    trained to do. The day-to-day duty of every Navy man and
    woman is to work together as a team to improve the quality
    of our work, our people and ourselves. Your decision to
    become part of a proud organization with a rich,
    time-honored tradition is one of the most important you will
    ever make. You’ll be a member of a team that functions only
    as well as its people perform their duties and work toward
    common goals

  159. Attention is the most basic of all military positions. When
    you stand at Attention you are indicating that you are
    alert and ready to receive instructions. When called to
    Attention you will bring the heel of your left foot to the
    heel of your right foot. At Attention, you stand straight
    with your heels together. Your feet will form a 45-degree
    angle and your head and body will be erect, hips and
    shoulders level, and your chest will be lifted. Your arms
    will hang naturally with your thumbs aligned with the
    seam of your trousers or skirt. Your fingers will be joined
    and allowed to curl naturally. Your legs will be straight,
    but do not lock your knees. Your head and eyes should
    be directed forward. Your mouth should be closed and
    your chin should be tucked in slightly.
  160. The command “Parade Rest” is only given when the
    formation is at attention. In a single movement, bring your
    left foot out to shoulder width and join your hands, right over
    left, palms facing away from your body, at the small of your
  161. At Ease
    When given the command “At Ease” you may relax and move about. While at ease your right foot must remain in place. While in this position you are not allowed to talk
  162. Fall Out/Fall In
    This command is not the same as Dismissed. “Fall Out” means you are free to break ranks, but you must remain nearby. When given the command “Fall In” return to your place in ranks and come to Attention.
  163. Uncover
    Some ceremonies and inspections will require you to
    remove your cover. The command “Uncover Two” is used to
    direct this action. When you hear the command “Uncover”,
    raise your hand as you would during the hand salute
    but grab the brim of your cover instead of touching your
    forehead. When you hear the command “Two” lift your hat a
    bit to avoid messing up your hair and then return your hand
    to your side in a direct manner. Do not use a sweeping
    gesture that is exaggerated. On the command “Cover”,
    grasp your hat with both hands and place it firmly on your
    head. Drop your left hand, leaving your right hand holding
    the brim of the cover until you hear the command “Two”.
    You may now drop your right hand to your side
  164. Right or Left Face
    “Right (left) Face”. At the command “Face”
    slightly raise the left heel and right toe. Face the right,
    turning on the right heel, putting pressure on the ball of the
    foot and holding the left leg straight. Then place the left foot
    smartly beside the right one.

  165. On the command “Dress Right, Dress”, all division members
    except the right flank member turn their heads and look
    and align themselves to the right. At the same time, each
    division member except the flank member lifts their arm
    shoulder high (normal interval), or places their left hand
    on their hip (close interval). The right flank member holds
    position (stands fast) and looks to the front. The other
    division members use the right flank member as a guide
    and take short steps as necessary to align themselves
    and to achieve the proper interval. Once the alignment is
    complete, division members hold their position until the
    “Ready, Front” command is given. At this time, division
    members snap back to the Attention position.
  166. Allignment
    The leader has the choice of two commands when he or
    she wants the members to align themselves with each
    other. The first, “Dress Right, Dress” (normal interval) aligns
    members at arm’s length while the second, “At a Close
    Interval, Dress Right, Dress” cuts the distance between
    members in half.
  167. Command: “About Face”. At the command, place the toe
    of the right foot about half-foot to the rear and slightly to
    the left of the left heel without moving the left foot. Put the
    weight of the body mainly on the heel of the left foot, right
    leg strait. Then turn to the rear, moving to the right on the
    left heel and the ball of the right foot. Place the right heel
    beside the left to complete the movement.