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Transcript: The Judge Advocate General’s Corps Brief History Provides legal and policy advice to the Secretary of the Navy in all legal matters concerning military justice, administrative law, environmental law, ethics, claims operational and international law, and legal assistance -Regionally concentrated, credible combat power -Naval Component of US Special Operations Command (SOCOM) -Continental Navy May 4-8, 1942 Putting Taxpayer Money to Good Use -Founded on October 13, 1775 -2007: "Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower" THE GLOBAL FORCE FORCE FOR GOOD Naval Special Operations Command Navy Reserves Operation Neptune Spear -Main Focus: "Strategy and Policy", "National Security and Decision Making", and "Joint Military Operations" HISTORY A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Sea Power STRUCTURE Seventh Fleet -Enlisted: 2-4 years (longer if trained more) -Globally distributed, mission-tailored maritime forces Nuclear Energy Requirements: Pre-enlistment medical screening Armed Service Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) Armed Forced Qualification Test (AFQT) Computerized-Special Ops Resilience Test (C-SORT) SEAL Physical Screening Test -First naval engagement in which the participating ships never sighted or fired directly at each other -Benefits Petty Officer (Second Class) Johnson Naval Recruiting Station 1239 North Clybourn Ave Chicago, IL 60611 -Bonuses for College Credits - $500 million project to dramatically increase the size of the Naval fleet World War I (1917-18) Yangtze Service (1926-27, 30-32) China Service (1937-39, 1945-57) World War 2 (1941-45) Cold War Korean Conflict (1950-54) Vietnam (1962-75) Desert Storm (1991) Somalia (1993) Iraq (2003-2011) Operation Enduring Freedom (2001-Present) -Education and research institution of the United States Navy that specializes in developing ideas for naval warfare and passing them along to officers and civil servants -Age -Citizenship -Family -Financial Obligations -Education -Drugs/Alcohol Policy -Physical, Medical, Moral, and Legal Requirements -First class of supercarriers -Underwater Demolition Teams http://www.navy.mil/navydata/nav_legacy.asp?id=146 Naval Academy -Bonuses First commissioned submarine LIFE, LIBERTY, AND THE PURSUIT OF ALL WHO THREATEN IT Nuclear Energy The inarguable first commandment of naval leadership, shown time and again by leaders young and old when their defining moment came: where principle is involved, be deaf to expediency. -Nuclear powered ships Intelligence: Top-secret information related to international policy and military strategy Decode internet chatter, spy reports and satellite images Operate underwater communications equipment Both Enlisted Sailors and Officers Requires special security clearance requirements Navy SEALs - Met the standard requirements for the Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corp Occupational v. Managerial positions SH-60 Seahawk Commitments and Benefits -Forward Presence -Deterrence -Sea control -Power projection -Maritime security -Humanitarian assistance/disaster response -Operational Swimmers of the OSS -Enlisted Bonus Source Rate Program (EBSRP) Domestic Hurricane Relief Efforts - Led to improvements to their carrier tactics and equipment, including fighter tactics, strike coordination, torpedo bombers, and defensive strategies. Also, further development of Radar. Fourth Fleet and Fifth Fleet -Navy SEALs and SWCC Area of Operations: Western Pacific and Indian Ocean Headquarters: Yokosuka, Japan 10 different task forces - Stealth Technology -Master of Arts Naval War College F/A 18 A-D Hornet -Difficult and stressful promotion culture Role in World War II Operational Structure Personnel The admirals of the greatest sea battles faced enormous decisions that had to be made on little information, with thousands of lives and indeed a nation in the balance 21st Century and Post-Cold War Navy Fleets -Pacific front: Battle of Okinawa, Battle of Midway “The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday” Conduct clandestine missions, capture enemy targets and intelligence, and resolve sea piracy problems. Established by JKF in 1962 Suited for all aspects of unconventional warfare Members train and work in all environments Operate in a tightly knit SEAL units Task units (32 man) Platoons (16-man) Squads (8-man) Teams (4-man) Swim buddy (2-man) Most deployments are 6-8 months - Physical geography of the sea creates a sense of self-reliance amongst sailors and how that self-reliance in turn colors their decision making Stage 1: Naval Special Warfare Prep School 5-9 weeks Great Lakes, IL Physical Screening test Stage 2: Basic Orientation, Intro to BUD/S 3 weeks San Diego, CA Stage 3: First Phase: Basic Conditioning 7 weeks San Diego, CA Stage 4: Second Phase: Combat Diving 7 weeks San Diego, CA Stage 5: Third Phase: Land Warfare Training 7 weeks San Diego, CA Stage 6: SEAL Qualification Training Problems Arising from Culture -Coordination between Marine Corps and Coast Guard Aviation Equipment Area of Operations: Eastern and

US NAVY

Transcript: Nik Tontić 4.PLT US NAVY The United States Navy is the naval warfare service branch of the United States Armed Forces and one of the seven uniformed services of the United States. US NAVY 7 uniformed services -US ARMY -US MARINE CORPS -US NAVY -US AIR FORCE -US COAST GUARD -US PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE COMMISSIONED CORPS -NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC COMMISIONED OFFICER CORPS 7 uniformed services The U.S. Navy is the largest, most capable navy in the world,with the highest combined battle fleet tonnage.The U.S. Navy has the world's largest aircraft carrier fleet, with ten in service, two in the reserve fleet, and three new carriers under construction.The service has 323,792 personnel on active duty and 108,515 in the Navy Reserve. It has 274 deployable combat vessels and more than 3,700 operational aircraft NUMBERS NUMBERS The history of the United States Navy divides into two major periods: the "Old Navy", a small but respected force of sailing ships that was also notable for innovation in the use of ironclads during the American Civil War, and the "New Navy", the result of a modernization effort that began in the 1880s and made it the largest in the world by the 1920s. HISTORY HISTORY Aircraft carriers Amphibious warfare vessels Cruisers Destroyers Frigates and Littoral combat ships Mine ships Patrol boats Submarines SHIPS SHIPS FLEET ADMIRAL ADMIRAL VICE ADMIRAL REAR ADMIRAL CAPTAIN COMMANDER LIUTENANT COMMANDER LIUTENANT LIUTENANT (JR GRADE) ENSIGN MIDSHIPMAN (OFFICER CANDIDATE) COMMISSIONED OFFICERS COMMISSIONED OFFICERS HISTORICAL SHIPS USS CONSTITUTION HISTORICAL SHIPS GREAT WHITE FLEET GREAT WHITE FLEET USS IDAHO USS IDAHO USS G. WASHINGTON USS G. WASHINGTON ASSAULT SHIP USS AMERICA USS AMERICA USS GABRIELLE GIFFORDS USS GABRIELLE GIFFORDS

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