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that   will   carry   you   through   many   difficult situations.  Acts  of  respect  and  courtesy  are required of all members of the naval service; the junior  member  takes  the  initiative,  and  the  senior member  returns  the  courtesy. While  not  all-inclusive,  this  chapter  has  shown you  some  of  the  basic  guidelines  for  military courtesies and naval etiquette. As with all other endeavors, you must also apply a good measure of  common  sense. REFERENCES Accommodation  of  Religious  Practices,  SEC- NAVINST  1730.8,  Department  of  the  Navy, Office  of  the  Secretary,  Washington,  D.C., 1988. Chief  Petty  Officer  Indoctrination  Course,  NAV- EDTRA   10825-B,   Naval   Education   and Training  Program  Management  Support Activity,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  1987. HE  KNOWS WHEN WE SAY THAT SOMEONE Military   Requirements   for   Chief   Petty   Officer, NAVEDTRA  10047-A,  Naval  Education  and Training  Program  Management  Support Activity,   Pensacola,   Fla.,   1988. Military   Requirements   for   Senior   and   Master Chief  Petty  Officer,  NAVEDTRA  10048-A, Naval  Education  and  Training  Program Management  Support  Activity,  Pensacola, Fla.,  1988. United  States  Navy  Regulations,  1990,   Depart-. ment  of  the  Navy,  Office  of  the  Secretary, Washington,   D.C.,   1990. SUGGESTED  READING Bearden, Bill, and Bill Wedertz, The Bluejacket’s Manual,   21th  ed., United  States  Naval Institute  Press,  Annapolis,  Md.,  1990. Mack,  W.P.,  and  T.D.  Paulsen,   The   Naval Officer’s Guide, 9th ed, Naval Institute Press, Annapolis,   Md.,   1983. THE  ROPES KNOWS THE ROPES WE INFER THAT HE  KNOWS  HIS  WAY  AROUND  AT  SEA  AND  IS  QUITE  CAPABLE  OF HANDLING MOST NAUTICAL PROBLEMS. THROUGH THE YEARS THE PHRASE‘S  MEANING  HAS  CHANGED  SOMEWHAT.  ORIGINALLY,  THE STATEMENT  WAS  PRINTED  ON  A  SEAMAN’S  DISCHARGE  TO  INDI- CATE THAT HE KNEW THE NAMES AND PRIMARY USES OF THE MAIN  ROPES  ON  BOARD  SHIP.  IN  OTHER  WORDS,  "THIS  MAN  IS A NOVICE SEAMAN AND KNOWS ONLY THE BASICS OF SE AMAN SHIP.” 7-19

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