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INDEX B A Aircraft,  12-2  to  12-14 fixed  wing,  12-2  to  12-6 rotary  wing,  12-6  to  12-8 Amphibious  warfare,  12-15  to  12-17 Anchors,  18-1  to  18-2 ANZUS  Security  Treaty,  1-20 Armed  Forces  of  the  United  States,  11-1  to 11-17 Assistance  programs,  3-19  to  3-20 Casualty  Assistance  Calls  Program,  3-19 Family  Services  Centers,  3-19 legal assistance, 3-19 Navy  chaplains,  3-20 Navy  Mutual  Aid  Association,  3-19  to 3-20 Navy  Relief  Society,  3-19 Aviation  Officer  Candidate  School,  10-10 Awards  and  medals,  9-20  to  9-26 marksmanship,  9-22 military  societies  and  other  organizations, 9-23 order  of  precedence,  9-20  to  9-22 wearing  of,  9-23  to  9-26 Benefits,  3-17  to  3-22 assistance  programs,  3-19  to  3-20 commissary  and  exchange  privileges,  3-18 dependent  schooling,  3-18  to  3-19 medical  and  dental  care,  3-17  to  3-18 officers’   mess,   3-19 retirement, 3-20 to 3-21 survivor’s,  3-21  to  3-22 Boats  and  survival  equipment,  18-2  to  18-4 Breast  insignia  and  identification  badges,  9-18 to  9-19 Bridge  equipment,  18-4  to  18-6 Bureau  of  Medicine  and  Surgery  (BUMED), 13-5 to 13-6 C Ceremonies,  honors,  anniversaries,  and  solem- nities,  8-1  to  8-13 ceremonies  for  national  holidays,  8-11 change-of-command   ceremony,   8-13 funerals,  8-12 gun  salutes,  8-3  to  8-6 honors  to  national  anthems  and  national ensigns,  8-1  to  8-3 national  holidays,  8-10  to  8-11 passing  honors,  8-6  to  8-7 ship  commissioning  ceremony,  8-12  to 8-13 ships passing the USS  Arizona  memorial, 8-11  to  8-12 ships  passing  Washington’s  Tomb,  8-11 special  ceremonies,  anniversaries,  and solemnities,  8-10  to  8-13 Chaplain  Corps,  13-6 Chief  of  Naval  Operations,  11-11  to  11-14 Civil  Engineer  Corps,  13-2 Close-in  weapon  system  (CIWS),  20-3 Coast  Guard,  11-9  to  11-11 Code  of  Conduct,  5-11  to  5-13 Combat  information  center  watch  officer (CICWO),  4-3 Combatant  ships,  19-2  to  19-21 auxiliary  and  support  ships,  19-18  to 19-21 warships,  19-2  to  19-18 Command   duty   officer   (CDO),   4-4 Commander  in  Chief,  11-3 Commissary  and  exchange  privileges,  3-18 Compasses,  18-6  to  18-7 Courts-martial,  6-28 D Damage  control,  17-9  to  17-12 damage  control  central,  17-10 fire  and  fire  fighting,  17-11 organization,  17-9  to  17-10 preventive,  17-11  to  17-12 INDEX-1

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