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EIWS COMMON CORE (104 Administration)


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104.1 Discuss the responsibilities of the following:
Commander in Chief: President of the United States. The head of the Armed Forces as mandated by the Constitution and is responsible for initiating military action in support of our national interests

Secretary of Defense: Senior advisor on military affairs. Principal defense advisor to President. Responsible for the formulation of general defense policy and policy related to Department of Defense

Secretary of the Navy: Responsible to the President for all matters pertaining to the operations and readiness of Navy Forces

Chief of Naval Operations: Responsible to the Secretary of the Navy and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for operational commitments and readiness of the Navy

Numbered Fleet Commander: Overall responsible for assets within their respective Area of Readiness

Type Commander: Overall responsible for the operations of their specific platform
104.2 Discuss the role of the following
MCPON - Senior Enlisted Sailor in the Navy the direct representative to the CNO on all enlisted matters

Fleet Master Chief - Senior Enlisted Sailor in the Fleet who is the direct representative to the Fleet Admiral on all Enlisted matters

Force Master Chief - Senior Enlisted Sailor who is the direct representative to the Force Admiral on all enlisted matters

Command Master Chief - Senior Enlisted Sailor in the Command who is the direct representative to the CO on all enlisted matters
104.3 State the purpose and contents of the following documents
EDVR - Enlisted Distribution Verification Report. Listing of all enlisted personnel in the command and their NECs. Helps commanders determine shortfalls with their manning

ODCR - Officer Distribution Control Report. Listing of all officers and their assigned billets within the command

AMD - Activity Manpower Document. Lists what billets and how many should be in your specific command
104.4 State the purpose of the following
Evaluation report: Evaluate the performance of Enlisted Personnel and determine advancement or special program eligibility

Fitness report: Evaluate the performance of officer Personnel

Concurrent report: Used for deployed personnel to ensure continuity in their EVAL/FITREPcycle
104.5 State what is found in the following portions of a service record
Page 2: Dependency Data Information

NAVPERS 1070/880 and 881: Awards, Training, Education, and Qualifications

SGLI: Serviceman's Group Life Insurance Beneficiaries

Page 13: Administrative data on specific topics
104.6 Describe the purpose and categories of an SITREP
A SITREP is a message transmitted by any unit CO, officer in charge, or other commander to notify appropriate operational commanders and seniors in the chain of command of a significant event or incident

Categories: OPREP-3, Navy Blue, Unit SITREP, and Pinnacle
104.7 Discuss the importance of the IG
The Inspector General Conduct, supervise, monitor, and initiate audits, evaluations, and investigations relating to programs and operations. The IG will also investigate any complaints of wrong from individual Sailors as well as any possible misappropriation of funds
104.8 State the purpose of the Navy Correspondence Manual
To prescribe uniform standards for the management and preparation of correspondence
104.9 Explain the PTS program
Perform to Serve is a centralized reenlistment and extension reservation system which gives Sailors avenues to pursue success. Designed primarily with fleet input to meet fleet readiness needs, Perform to Serve offers Sailors in ratings with stalled advancement opportunity the chance to reenlist and retrain in a rating where advancement is better and the fleet most needs skilled people
104.10 List the officer accession programs that are available to enlisted personnel
1. U.S. Naval Academy (USNA) and Naval Academy Preparatory School (NAPS) Programs
2. Officer Candidate School (OCS) Program
3. Medical Enlisted Commissioning Program (MECP)
4. Medical Service Corps In-service Procurement Program (MSC IPP)
5. Limited Duty Officer (LDO) and Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) Programs
6. Seaman to Admiral-21 (STA-21) Program
104.11 Explain what the DLPT is.
Defense Language Proficiency Test is a test designed to test the proficiency of foreign language ranked from 0+ to 4. 0+ being a basic knowledge and 4 being fluent
104.12 State the duties and responsibilities of the Command ESO
Services Officer is responsible to the CO for all educational programs. Ensures advancement exams are administered and is a direct representative with the Navy College Program.
104.13 Explain the purpose of the U. S. Navy's Drug Screening Program
To help enforce the Navy's "Zero Tolerance" program on drug abuse. To identify those individuals who have been abusing drugs
104.14 Describe the six programs of Brilliant on the Basics
1. Sponsorship/ First 72 Hours
2. Indoc
3. Career Development Board
4. Ombudsman Program
5. Mentorship
6. Recognition Programs
104.15 Explain the purpose of the PAO
The Public Affairs Office is a direct liaison with the public and any news collecting agencies. Will clear any information to be released for public discrimination