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will keep its bond to the oath; it expects no less from its officers. Our  nation  never   seeks   war;   but   by   staying prepared  and  vigilant,  our  enemies  know  we  will retaliate to any act of  aggression.  As  a  result,  naval officers’ responsibilities in the uneasy times in which we  live  are  impressive.  Naval  officers  are  charged with doing everything in their power to maintain and increase  national  strength.  They  accomplish  that  by being    proficient    in    professional    skills,    properly training    and    guiding    their    subordinates,    and developing   improved   devices   and   methods.   Our nation relies on its naval officers to exercise the most exacting  and  diligent  care  of  the  men,  women,  and materials placed in their trust. In   considering   the   demands   of   the   nation, military officers are entitled to ask what benefits they will  reap  from  a  naval  career.  First,  career  officers may   expect   the   gratitude   of   their   nation.   That gratitude  is  expressed  in  tangible  ways.  Their  pay and  allowances  are  established  and  maintained  by law.  In  the  event  of  sickness  or  disablement,  their welfare   is   ensured.   By   virtue   of   their   status   as officers,  they   are   held   in   respect   by   their   fellow citizens and have an inherent prestige that few other professions can equal. Second, officers will find in their tours of duty a varied and challenging way of life. Their active duty often   takes   them   to   many   parts   of   the   world. Regardless of their position as  a  line  or  staff  officer, they will be called upon to perform a great number of different    tasks.    Their    educational    opportunities enhance  their  naval  career  as  well  as  any  future career they might have upon their return to civilian life.  They  serve  and  become  comrades  of  an  almost infinite variety of men and women. They encounter a minimum  of  personal  favoritism.  That   provides   a continuing opportunity for them to advance based on their own merits and abilities. In short, their lives are seldom  routine  and  never  dull.  They  do  not  live  a haphazard  existence,  despite  its  intriguing  variety. Their lifestyle  is  balanced  by  their  membership  in  a competently administered, well-organized professional Navy. Figure 3-1.-A number of programs serve as the Navy's source for procuring trained officers. 3-2

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