BMR-Ch6 Naval Organization

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  1. 1. What is the element of administration which entails the orderly arrangement of materials and personnel
    • by functions in order to attain the objective of the unit?
    • Ans: Organization

    • 2. List the three functions that organizations establish.
    • Ans: Flow of work
    • Promotes teamwork
    • Working relationship among unit personnel
  2. 3. List the three factors that organizations identify of individuals within the unit.
    • Ans: Authority
    • Responsibility
    • Accountability
  3. 4. What instruction covers the Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy?
    Ans: OPNAVINST 3120.32C
  4. 5. What is the primary mission of the Navy?
    Ans: To support U.S. national interest
  5. 6. What is the mission of the Navy?
    Ans: to maintain, train, and equip combat-ready naval forces
  6. 7. List the two executive departments that originally managed the Armed Forces.
    • Ans: Department of War
    • Department of the Navy
  7. 8. What department was created by the United States as part of its security program?
    Ans: Department of Defense
  8. 9. When was the Department of Defense created by the United States as part of its security program?
    Ans: 1947
  9. 10. What departments were combined by the United States to form the Department of Defense? (2)
    • Ans: Department of War
    • Department of the Navy
  10. 11. List the three military departments that the Department of Defense consists of.
    • Ans: Army
    • Navy
    • Air Force
  11. 12. What department includes the Joint Chiefs of Staff?
    Ans: Department of Defense
  12. 13. What does each military department has to head the department?
    Ans: Secretary
  13. 14. Who heads the Department of Defense?
    Ans: Secretary of Defense
  14. 15. List the three executives that the Joint Chiefs of Staff consist of.
    • Ans: Chairman
    • Military Heads
    • Commandant of the Marine Corps
  15. 16. What department support and defend the constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign, and
    • domestic?
    • Ans: Department of Defense
  16. 17. What are secretaries of each department and defense, by law?
    Ans: Civilian Appointees
  17. 18. Who appoint the secretaries for each Department of Navy and Department of Defense?
    Ans: President
  18. 19. Where does the Department of the Navy receive its directions?
    Ans: Secretary of the Navy
  19. 20. How many main objectives do the Navy has?
    Ans: 2
  20. 21. What is the first objective of the Navy?
    Ans: To organize, train, equip, prepare, and maintain the readiness of the Navy
  21. 22. Where does the Secretary of the Navy receive its directions?
    Ans: Secretary of Defense
  22. 23. Where does the Secretary of Defense receive its directions?
    Ans: President
  23. 24. What department ensures timely and effective military action?
    Ans: Department of Defense
  24. 25. What is the second objective of the Navy?
    Ans: To support all military forces and departments
  25. 26. Who is responsible for conducting recruiting, organizing, supplying, equipping, training, and mobilizing,
    • and demobilizing?
    • Ans: Secretary of the Navy
  26. 27. How many uniform services does the Department of the Navy have?
    Ans: 2
  27. 28. List the two uniform services that the Department of the Navy consists of.
    • Ans: United States Navy
    • United States Marines
  28. 29. When was the Navy found?
    Ans: 13 October 1775
  29. 30. What department are reserve components apart of?
    Ans: Department of the Navy
  30. 31. When was the Department of the Navy established?
    Ans: 30 April 1798
  31. 32. Who established the Department of the Navy?
    Ans: John Adams
  32. 33. What department safeguards the internal security of the United States?
    Ans: Department of Defense
  33. 34. How many principal components does the Department of the Navy has?
    Ans: 3
  34. 35. List the three principal components of the Department of the Navy.
    • Ans: Navy Departments
    • Operating Forces
    • Shore Establishment
  35. 36. What are Operating Forces known as?
    Ans: The Fleet
  36. 37. Who provides support to the Operating Forces?
    Ans: Shore Establishment
  37. 38. Who is responsible for conducting all affairs of the Department of the Navy?
    Ans: Secretary of the Navy
  38. 39. What department ensures the possessions of the United States?
    Ans: Department of Defense
  39. 40. What organization is apart of the Department of the Navy, in time of war?
    Ans: U.S. Coast Guard
  40. 41. What department is the U.S. Coast Guard apart of during peacetime?
    Ans: Department of Transportation
  41. 42. List the two forces that Operating Forces primarily consist of.
    • Ans: Combat
    • Service
  42. 43. What department upholds and advances the national policies and interests of the United States?
    Ans: Department of Defense
  43. 44. What is the purpose of a unit’s organization?
    Ans: To help accomplish the mission of that unit
  44. 45. What reference governs the coordination of evolutions and emergency procedures and the conduct of
    • personnel in the unit?
    • Ans: The Ship’s/Command’s Organization and Regulation Manual
  45. 46. Who is responsible for formulating and implementing policies and programs that are consistent with the
    • national security policies?
    • Ans: Secretary of the Navy
  46. 47. What reference is used as a guide for unit organization?
    Ans: The Standard Organizational and Regulations of the U.S. Navy, OPNAVINST 3120.32
  47. 48. What is the Standard Organizational and Regulations of the U.S. Navy usually referred to, aboard ships?
    Ans: Shipboard Organization and Regulations Manual
  48. 49. What two groups of personnel make up a ship’s wartime organization?
    • Ans: Officers
    • Enlisted
  49. 50. What department ensures the security of the United States?
    Ans: Department of Defense
  50. 51. How many elements are there to a ship’s organization?
    Ans: 2
  51. 52. List the two elements of the ship’s organization.
    • Ans: Battle Organization
    • Administration Organization
  52. 53. What reference describes the many aspects of the standard unit organization?
    Ans: The Standard Organizational and Regulations of the U.S. Navy, OPNAVINST 3120.32
  53. 54. What element of the ship’s organization contains a list of the numbers and specialties of the personnel a
    • unit will need to fulfill the wartime missions?
    • Ans: Battle Organization
  54. 55. List the three factors that the Unit's Battle Organization depends on.
    • Ans: Personnel
    • Armament
    • Equipment
  55. 56. What reference governs the unit’s administrative organization (including watches)?
    Ans: The Ship’s/Command’s Organization and Regulation Manual
  56. 57. Who is responsible for overseeing the construction, outfitting, and repair of naval ships, equipment and
    • facilities?
    • Ans: Secretary of the Navy
  57. 58. What element of the ship’s organization makes sure that the ship can fight or carry out its mission?
    Ans: Administration Organization
  58. 59. List the three functions that the Administration Organization covers.
    • Ans: Training
    • Maintenance
    • Routine Operations
  59. 60. Who is head of the Administration Organization?
    Ans: CO
  60. 61. What department ensures areas vital to its interest?
    Ans: Department of Defense
  61. 62. How many departments is each ship organized into?
    Ans: At least 5
  62. 63. List the five departments that each ship is organized into.
    • Ans: (1) Supply
    • (2) Navigation
    • (3) Operations
    • (4) Engineering
    • (5) Fifth Department (Weapons/Deck)
  63. 64. What reference serves the purpose of providing a ready source of information about the duties,
    • responsibilities, and authority of unit personnel?
    • Ans: The Ship’s/Command’s Organization and Regulation Manual
  64. 65. What department is responsible for the piloting of the ship?
    Ans: Navigation
  65. 66. What department is responsible for deck functions if the ship has a combat systems department but no
    • deck department?
    • Ans: Operation Department
  66. 67. What department is responsible for providing compressed air throughout the ship?
    Ans: Engineering Department
  67. 68. What department is responsible for preservation and cleanliness of the external areas of the ship if
    • doesn’t have a deck department?
    • Ans: Weapons Department
  68. 69. What department is responsible for maintaining the pay records of the crew?
    Ans: Supply Department
  69. 70. What department is responsible for conducting electronic warfare?
    Ans: Operation Department
  70. 71. What department is responsible for providing freshwater throughout the ship?
    Ans: Engineering Department
  71. 72. What department is responsible for the operation, care, and maintenance of navigation?
    Ans: Navigation
  72. 73. What department is responsible for gathering and analyzing intelligence information?
    Ans: Operation Department
  73. 74. What department is responsible for the operation, care, and maintenance of all propulsion machinery?
    Ans: Engineering Department

    • 75. What department is responsible for the use of ordnances, torpedoes, and missiles?
    • Ans: Weapon Department
  74. 76. What department is responsible for operating the general mess?
    Ans: Supply Department
  75. 77. What department is responsible for the control of damage resulting room fire, explosion, and collision?
    Ans: Engineering Department
  76. 78. What department is responsible for repairing electronic equipment?
    Ans: Operation Department
  77. 79. What department is responsible for providing ventilation throughout the ship?
    Ans: Engineering Department
  78. 80. What department is responsible for operating the ship’s store?
    Ans: Supply Department
  79. 81. What department is responsible for providing heat throughout the ship?
    Ans: Engineering Department
  80. 82. What department is responsible for launch and recovery of aircraft if the ship doesn’t have an air
    • department?
    • Ans: Weapons Department
  81. 83. What department is responsible for all radars, sonar, and communication equipment on the ship?
    Ans: Operation Department
  82. 84. What department is responsible for providing refrigeration throughout the ship?
    Ans: Engineering Department
  83. 85. What department is responsible for ordering and receiving stores, supplies, and spare parts for the ship?
    Ans: Supply Department
  84. 86. List the three assistances of the Engineering Officer.
    • Ans: Propulsion Assistance
    • Electrical Officer Main
    • Damage Control Assistance
  85. 87. What department is responsible for controlling aircraft?
    Ans: Operation Department
  86. 88. What department is responsible for providing power throughout the ship?
    Ans: Engineering Department
  87. 89. What department is responsible for just about everything that comes aboard the ship except people?
    Ans: Supply Department
  88. 90. What department is responsible for all decking seamanship operations if the ship doesn’t have a deck
    • department?
    • Ans: Weapons Department
  89. 91. What department is combat information center (CIC) apart of?
    Ans: Operation Department
  90. 92. What department is responsible for providing light throughout the ship?
    Ans: Engineering Department
  91. 93. What type of department do ships have with offense capabilities unrelated to ordnance?
    Ans: Deck Department
  92. 94. What department is responsible for all deck equipment if the ship doesn’t have a deck department?
    Ans: Weapons Department
  93. 95. What department is responsible for forecasting weather?
    Ans: Operation Department
  94. 96. What type of ship has a weapon or combat system department in addition to a deck department?
    Ans: Aircraft Carrier
  95. 97. What department is responsible for the operation, care, and maintenance of all auxiliary machinery?
    Ans: Engineering Department
  96. 98. Who is responsible for the safety, well-being, and efficiency of the command?
    Ans: CO
  97. 99. What department is responsible for the operation of the paint, sail, and boatswains’ lockers if the ship
    • doesn’t have a deck department?
    • Ans: Weapons Department
  98. 100. Who is responsible for approving or disapproving liberty or leave request?
    Ans: XO
  99. 101. What department is responsible for collecting and evaluating combat and operational information?
    Ans: Operation Department
  100. 102. What reference does ships/commands usually require all newly reporting personnel to read and sign a
    • statement to that effect?
    • Ans: The Ship’s/Command’s Organization and Regulation Manual
  101. 103. Who is responsible for maintaining copies of all division bills and orders?
    Ans: Division Officer
  102. 104. Who is ultimately responsible for the safe navigation of the ship?
    Ans: CO
  103. 105. How many articles in the Navy Regulations apply to the Commanding Officer?
    Ans: 70
  104. 106. What department is responsible for the inspection and maintenance of survival equipment if the ship doesn’t have a deck department?
    Ans: Weapons Department
  105. 107. Who is the direct representative of the Commanding Officer?
    Ans: XO
  106. 108. Who is a major link in your chain of command?
    Ans: Division Officer
  107. 109. What enlisted member acts as a liaison between the officer and enlisted community?
    Ans: Senior Enlisted Member
  108. 110. Who advises the CO and XO on all matters concerning the Navy’s drug and alcohol abuse program?
    Ans: DAPA
  109. 111. Who must exert every effort to maintain the command in a state of maximum readiness for war?
    • Ans: CO
    • 112. Who is responsible for training division personnel and preparing for battle?
    • Ans: Division Officer
  110. 113. Who give advice on enlisted polices and informs the CO about the health, welfare, and general well-being of the crew?
    Ans: Senior Enlisted Member
  111. 114. Who is responsible for arranging and coordinating all ship’s drills?
    Ans: XO
  112. 115. List the five assistance of the XO.
    • Ans: (1) DAPA
    • (2) Training Officer
    • (3) Personnel Officer
    • (4) Command Master Chief
    • (5) Education Service Officer
  113. 116. Who is the basic unit of the shipboard organization?
    Ans: Division Officer
  114. 117. Who is responsible for and reports to the CO about all matters that affect the department?
    Ans: Department Head
  115. 118. What enlisted member transmits ideas and recommendations directly to the CO?
    Ans: Senior Enlisted Member
  116. 119. Who is responsible to and, act as assistants to Department Head?
    Ans: Division Officer
  117. 120. Who directs the members of the crew in fighting during combat?
    Ans: CO
  118. 121. List the three officers that work directly under the XO.
    • Ans: Legal Officer
    • Safety Officer
    • Combat Cargo Officer
  119. 122. Who carries out command polices and personally sees that division tasks are completed in a timely manner?
    Ans: Division Officer
  120. 123. Who is responsible for making frequent inspections of division personnel, spaces, equipment, and supplies?
    Ans: Division Officer
  121. 124. What reference has an entire chapter covering the Commanding Officer duties?
    Ans: Navy Regulation
  122. 125. What officer assigned to the ship normally takes over if the XO becomes incapacitated?
    Ans: The Next Senior Line Officer
  123. 126. Who should be the last person to leave the ship according to custom and regulation for abandoning ship?
    Ans: CO
  124. 127. What reference specifies the basic organization requirement of an Aircraft Squadron?
    Ans: Standard Organization and Regulation of the U.S. Navy
  125. 128. List the four departments found in an Aircraft Squadron.
    • Ans: (1) Safety
    • (2) Operations
    • (3) Maintenance
    • (4) Administration
  126. 129. List the two departments that all Aircraft Squadrons have.
    • Ans: Administration
    • Safety

    • 130. List the two departments that most Aircraft Squadrons have.
    • Ans: Operations
    • Maintenance
  127. 131. List the three administration duties of the Administration Department within an Aircraft Squadron.
    • Ans: Directives
    • Personnel Records
    • All Official Correspondence
  128. 132. What are divisions on a ship divided into?
    • Ans: Watches
    • Sections
  129. 133. List the four additional offices of the Administration Department.
    • Ans: ESO
    • Legal
    • Personnel
    • Public Affairs
  130. 134. List the three departments that Aircraft Squadrons may have based on its mission.
    • Ans: Training
    • Intelligences
    • Photographic
  131. 135. How many parts is the Safety Department divided into?
    Ans: 3
  132. 136. List the two parts of the Safety Department.
    • Ans: NATOPS
    • Ground Safety
    • Aviation Safety
  133. 137. What division makes sure standardized procedures are followed in the operation of the squadron’s aircraft?
    Ans: Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardized Division (NATOPS)
  134. 138. List the four divisions of the Operations Department of an Aircraft Squadron.
    • Ans: Logs
    • Training
    • Records
    • Schedules

    • 139. Who has the power to impose limited punishment according to the UCMJ?
    • Ans: CO
  135. 140. What department of an Aircraft Squadron is responsible for operational readiness?
    Ans: Operations
  136. 141. What department of an Aircraft Squadron consists of Maintenance/Material Control Divisions?
    Ans: Maintenance
  137. 142. What are divisions in an Aircraft Squadron divided into?
    Ans: Branches
  138. 143. What department of an Aircraft Squadron is responsible for tactical efficiency of the squadron?
    Ans: Operations
  139. 144. What department does the First Lieutenant and Command Career Counselor work?
    Ans: Administration
  140. 145. What department of an Aircraft Squadron consists of Quality Assurance Divisions?
    Ans: Maintenance
  141. 146. List the five areas the affect the Chain of Command.
    • Ans: (1) Direction
    • (2) Responsibility
    • (3) Accountability
    • (4) Communication
    • (5) Work-Related Problems
  142. 147. How many types of accountabilities are there?
    Ans: 2
  143. 148. List the two types of accountabilities.
    • An: Job Accountability
    • Military Accountability
  144. 149. What types of accountability means you must answer to senior military personnel for your personal behavior and military appearance?
    Ans: Military Accountability
  145. 150. Who is responsible for ensuring the proper stationing of trained lookouts?
    Ans: CO
  146. 151. What is each branch of an Aircraft Squadron headed by?
    Ans: Branch Officer
  147. 152. What officer is the Branch Officer directly responsible to?
    Ans: Division Officer

    • 153. What department of an Aircraft Squadron consists of navigation divisions?
    • Ans: Operations
  148. 154. Who does the Master-At-Arms work directly under?
    Ans: XO
  149. 155. What department of an Aircraft Squadron consists of aircraft divisions?
    Ans: Maintenance
  150. 156. What officer will you have the most direct contact within an Aircraft Squadrons?
    Ans: Branch Officer
  151. 157. List the two elements that are essential for the Navy to carry out its assigned mission.
    • Ans: Good Leadership
    • An effective Chain of Command
  152. 158. What department of an Aircraft Squadron consists of communication divisions?
    Ans: Operations
  153. 159. What is the relationship of juniors and seniors within an organization called?
    Ans: Chain of Command
  154. 160. What is the ability of personnel to report every action taken?
    Ans: Accountability
  155. 161. Who is responsible for the preparation of the ship for battle?
    Ans: CO
  156. 162. What requires that an individual be accountable for the performance of assigned tasks within an organization?
    Ans: Responsibility
  157. 163. What department of an Aircraft Squadron consists of airframes divisions?
    Ans: Maintenance
  158. 164. Who makes inspections of branch personnel, spaces, equipment, and supplies of Aircraft Squadrons?
    Ans: Branch Officer
  159. 165. Who is responsible for investigating matters affecting the discipline and conduct of the crew?
    Ans: XO
  160. 166. What serves several purposes in the accomplishment of the Navy’s mission?
    Ans: Chain of Command
  161. 167. What supports an effective Chain of Command?
    Ans: Good Leadership
  162. 168. What department of an Aircraft Squadron consists of maintenance administration divisions?
    Ans: Maintenance
  163. 169. What is the ability of personnel to explain every action taken?
    Ans: Accountability
  164. 170. Who is responsible for arranging and coordinating all ship’s work?
    Ans: XO
  165. 171. What is the action of seniors informing juniors about matters that affect the juniors, and the action of juniors informing seniors of existing problems?
    Ans: Effective Communications
  166. 172. What is the ability of personnel to justify every action taken?
    Ans: Accountability
  167. 173. Who makes sure branch tasks are completed in a timely manner?
    Ans: Branch Officer
  168. 174. Who prepares and conducts exercises and drills needed to prepare the ship for battle?
    Ans: XO
  169. 175. What provides direction and smooth communications?
    Ans: Chain of Command
  170. 176. What supports good leadership?
    Ans: An effective Chain of Command
  171. 177. How does the Chain of Command provides direction?
    Ans: In the assignment of duties
  172. 178. What are situations that affect a person’s job performance?
    Ans: Work-Related Problems
  173. 179. Who assigns Division Officers of the ship’s organization?
    Ans: CO
  174. 180. What defines responsibility and identifies accountability?
    Ans: Chain of Command
  175. 181. What department of an Aircraft Squadron consists of avionics/armament divisions?
    Ans: Maintenance
  176. 182. What type of officer does an Aircraft Squadron’s Chain of Command includes?
    Ans: Branch Officer
  177. 183. Who is the aide to the Commanding Officer?
    Ans: XO
  178. 184. What does the Chain of Command includes for watch-standing assignments?
    Ans: Section Leader
  179. 185. What types of accountability means you must answer to senior in the Chain of Command the way in which you carry out an assigned task?
    Ans: Job Accountability
  180. 186. What type of problem could be a situation that a person feels mistreated by a senior?
    Ans: Work-Related Problems
  181. 187. Who is responsible to each Navy member for solving work-related problems?
    Ans: Chain of Command
  182. 188. Who is responsible for policing and inspecting the ship?
    Ans: XO
  183. 189. Who makes watch assignments for all personnel assigned to the section?
    Ans: Section Leader
  184. 190. What should you always use when seeking solutions to work-related problems?
    Ans: Chain of Command
  185. 191. Who is responsible for the condition and appearance of the material and personnel?
    Ans: CO
  186. 192. What type of problem could be a situation that a person needs to leave or liberty because of an illness in the family?
    Ans: Work-Related Problems
  187. 193. Who should you inform of situations that may affect your availability for watch assignments?
    Ans: Section Leader
  188. 194. What office can you ask someone about the Chain of Command in your organization?
    Ans: Administrative Office
  189. 195. Who is responsible for arranging and coordinating all ship’s exercise?
    Ans: XO
  190. 196. Who is the Commanding Officer responsible to in a typical Chain of Command?
    Ans: Type Commander
  191. 197. Who is the Type Commander responsible to in a typical Chain of Command?
    Ans: Force Commander
  192. 198. Who is the Force Commander responsible to in a typical Chain of Command?
    Ans: Fleet Commander
  193. 199. Who is the Fleet Commander responsible to in a typical Chain of Command?
    Ans: CNO
  194. 200. Who is the CNO responsible to in a typical Chain of Command?
    Ans: Secretary of the Navy
  195. 201. Who is the Secretary of the Navy responsible to in a typical Chain of Command?
    Ans: Secretary of Defense
  196. 202. Who is the Secretary of Defense responsible to in a typical Chain of Command?
    Ans: President
  197. Chain of Command
    • President
    • Secretary of the Defense
    • Secretary of the Navy
    • CNO
    • Fleet Commander
    • Force Commander
    • Type Commander
    • Commanding Officer
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