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CHAPTER  13 SUPPORTING ELEMENTS OF THE NAVY LEARNING  OBJECTIVES Upon  completion  of  this  chapter,  you  should  be  able  to  do  the  following: 1.   Identify   the   function   of   Civil   Engineer   Corps   5. officers. 6. 2.   Identify   the   function   of   Supply   Corps officers. 7. 3.  Identify  the  function  and  composition  of  the Bureau  of  Medicine  and  Surgery. 8. 4.  Identify  the  function  of  Navy  chaplains. Identify  the  function  of  officers  of  the  Judge Advocate   General’s   Corps. Describe  the  purpose  of  the  Navy’s  security program. Describe the purpose of the Naval Intelligence Command. Describe the organization and areas of research of  the  Navy’s  Research  and  Development Program. SIGNIFICANT   DATES 3 Feb. 1795 9  Mar.  1798 30  Oct.  1799 26 Feb. 1811 2  Mar.  1867 3 Mar. 1871 9  Jun.  1880 Congress  establishes  the  Navy Supply  Corps. George  Balfour  is  appointed  as the   first   surgeon   in   the   U.S. Navy. William  Balch  is  commissioned as  the  Navy’s  first  chaplain. A   congressional   act   provides Navy  hospitals. Congress  establishes  the  Civil Engineering  Corps. Congress  establishes  the  Pay Corps. William   B.   Remey,   USMC,   is appointed  as  the  first  Judge Advocate   General. SIGNIFICANT   DATES 4  Apr.  1898 Mordecai  T.  Endicott,  the  first Civil Engineer Corps officer, is appointed  Chief,  Bureau  of Yards  and  Docks. 17 Jun. 1898 The   Hospital   Corps   is   estab- lished. 13 May 1908 The  Nurse  Corps  is  established. 22  Aug.  1912 The  Dental  Corps  is  established. Certain supporting elements and branches of the  Navy  are  required  to  accomplish  the  Navy’s mission.  This  chapter  discusses  the  functions  of some  of  these  elements  and  various  Navy branches.  In  many  cases,  the  functions  of  these supporting   elements   are   essential   to   mission accomplishment  while  at  other  times  they  only provide assistance they  fit  into  the structure. for  particular  needs.  Overall, team  concept  of  the  naval 13-1

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