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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. CHAPTER  10 NAVAL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS LEARNING  OBJECTIVES Upon  completion  of  this  chapter,  you  should  be  able  to  do  the  following: Describe  the  historical  foundation  of  the  U.S.  6. Naval   Academy. Describe  the  appointment  process  to  the  Naval  7. Academy. Identify   the   eligibility   criteria   for   appointment   8. to  the  Naval  Academy. Identify  the  eligibility  requirements  for  entering  9. the   NROTC   Program. Describe   the   NROTC   organization   on   the   10. college  campus. Identify  the  purpose  and  curriculum  of  Of- ficer  Candidate  School. Identify  the  purpose  and  curriculum  of  Aviation Officer   Candidate   School. Identify  the  purpose  and  curriculum  of  the Naval  Postgraduate  School. List  the  degrees  offered  by  the  Uniformed Services  University  of  the  Health  Sciences. Identify  the  mission  and  historical  founda- tion  of  the  Naval  War  College. Career  Navy  officers  who,  after  being  com- missioned, feel that their academic life is over are sadly mistaken. Formal education is a recurring part  of  their  entire  career.  The  use  officers make  of  it  determines  to  a  great  measure  their success. The Navy places importance on formal officer education  for  two  primary  reasons.  First,  the overall  mission  of  the  Navy  and  the  personnel needed to accomplish this mission have increased tremendously in scope and complexity. Therefore, the   Navy   must   thoroughly   train   the   people primarily   responsible   for   this   mission.   The second—and  equally  important—reason  is  that every  career  officer’s  eventual  aim  is  to  command. Succession  to  command  presumes  a  sound knowledge  of  the  operations  of  the  unit  to  be commanded. In  this  chapter  we  will  look  at  some  of  the educational  institutions  used  to  train  naval officers.  We  will  discuss  both  commissioning source schools and continuing education schools You may have the opportunity to attend some of these  schools  during  your  naval  career. UNITED  STATES NAVAL   ACADEMY SIGNIFICANT   DATES 10  Dec.  1815 10 Oct. 1845 11 Jul. 1846 5  Feb.  1852 Navy  establishes  school  for  its officers. The  Naval  School  opens  at  An- napolis,  Maryland  (now  the Naval   Academy). First  Naval  Academy  graduate, Richmond  Aulick,  receives  com- mission as a passed midshipman. Navy  dedicates  chapel  built  at Annapolis,  Maryland;  first  to  be built  on  Navy  property. 10-1

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