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2013 CCTI Theme
Chief Petty Officers shall be guided by the U.S. Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer mission, vision, and guiding principles.
Provide leadership to the enlisted force and advice to Coast Guard leadership to create mission-ready maritime forces and guardians of the sea.
A senior enlisted force that serves first and foremost as deck-plate leaders committed to developing Coast Guardsmen and enforcing standards; remains responsive, aligned and well-connected to both leadership and the men and women that serve this nation; and conduct itself in a consistently professional, ethical and traditional manner.
What are the CPO Guiding Principles?
Deck-plate leadership, Institutional and technical expertise, Professionalism, Character, Loyalty, Active Communication, & Sense of Heritage
Chiefs are visible leaders who set the tone. We will know the mission, know our people, and develop them beyond our expectations as a team and as individuals.
Institutional and Technical Expertise
Chiefs are the experts in their field. We will use experience and technical knowledge to produce a well trained enlisted and officer team.
Chiefs will actively teach, uphold, and enforce standards. We will measure our self by the success of those we lead. Change is constant, and Chiefs enable the Coast Guard's success by helping to lead and manage change. We will remain invested in the Coast Guard through self-motivated military and academic education and training and will provide proactive solutions that are well founded, toughly considered, and linked to mission execution.
Chiefs abide by an uncompromising code of integrity. We live by our core values of honor, respect, and devotion to duty, and take full responsibility for our actions. This will set a positive tone for the command, unify the mess, and create spirit de corps.
Chiefs remember that loyalty must be demonstrated to seniors, peers, and subordinates alike, and that it must never be blind. Few things are more important than people that have moral courage to question the appropriate direction in which an organization is headed and then the strength to support whatever final decisions are made.
Chiefs encourage open and frank dialog, listen to the crew, and energize the communication flow up and down the chain of command. This will increase unit efficiency, mission readiness, and mutual respect.
Sense of Heritage
History defines our past and guides our future. Chiefs will use heritage to connect Coast Guardsmen to their past, teach values, and enhance pride in service to our country.
From Aztec Shore to Artic Zone
To Europe and Far East
The flag is carried by our ships
In times of war and peace;
And never have we struck it yet
In spite of foemen's might
Who cheered our crews and cheered again
For showing how to fight/
We're always ready for the call,
We place our trust in Thee.
Through surf and storm and howling gale,
High shall our purpose be,
"Semper Paratus" is our guide
,Our fame, our glory, too.
To fight to save or fight and die!
Aye! Coast Guard, we are for you.
"Surveyor" and "Narcissus,
"The "Eagle" and "Dispatch,
"The "Hudson" and the "Tampa,
"These names are hard to match;
From Barrow's shores to Paraguay,
Great Lakes or Ocean's wave,
The Coast Guard fights through storms and winds
To punish or to save.
Aye! We've been "Always Ready"
To do, to fight, or die!
Write glory to the shield we wear
In letters to the sky.
To sink the foe or save the maimed
Our mission and our pride.
We'll carry on 'til Kingdom Come
Ideals for which we've died.
Most Honorable Master Chief
More Honorable Senior Chief
Introduction (Part 1)
____may I please have the privilege of introducing my humble self. I am boot Chief Petty Officer Mark Phillips. The Commandant has selected me to be advanced to paygrade E-7.
Introduction (Part 2)
Whereas, I realize,_______ one, that I am not yet wise enough to be called chief not to become a member of the United States Coast Guard Chief Petty Officers.
Introduction (Part 3)
I ask of you and your honorable brothers and sisters that you indulge me with teachings from your vast storehouse of knowledge on all worldly things, so that I may be mentally prepared to walk near your side.
Introduction (Part 4)
I also ask that you document charges against my request to become a Chief, _____ would you please do me the honor of making an entry into my Charge Book?
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