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Department  of  Defense  (DOD),  11-4 Department  of  the  Air  Force,  11-8  to  11-9 Department  of  the  Army,  11-8 Department  of  the  Navy,  11-11  to  11-17 Chief  of  Naval  Operations,  11-11  to 11-14 Navy  Department,  11-11 Departments,  shipboard,  16-2  to  16-5 Discipline  and  leadership,  5-1  to  5-14 leadership  qualities,  5-3  to  5-7 punishment,  5-3 Division  officers,  4-5  to  4-7 inspections,  4-5  to  4-6 qualifications  4-6  to  4-7 training,  4-6 E Educational  institutions,  10-1  to  10-12 Aviation  Officer  Candidate  School,  10-10 Naval  Postgraduate  School,  10-10 Naval  War  College,  10-11  to  10-12 Officer  Candidate  School,  10-9  to  10-10 Uniformed  Services  University  of  the Health  Sciences,  10-10  to  10-11 United  States  Naval  Academy,  10-1  to 10-8 Engineering  officer  of  the  watch  (EOOW),  4-3 to  4-4 Enlisted  personnel,  9-11  to  9-19 rates and ratings, 9-11 to 9-13 uniforms,  9-13  to  9-18 Equal  opportunity,  5-8 Equipment,  shipboard,  18-1  to  18-7 boats  and  survival,  18-2  to  18-4 bridge,  18-4  to  18-6 compasses,  18-6  to  18-7 external,  18-1  to  18-7 ground  tackle,  18-1  to  18-2 Etiquette, 7-1 to 7-11 between  juniors  and  seniors,  7-2  to  7-4 between  officers  and  enlisted  persons,  7-4 to 7-5 boat,  7-10 conduct  in  foreign  countries,  7-10  to  7-11 forms  of  address,  7-5  to  7-7 quarterdeck,  7-7  to  7-8 social  calls,  7-10 wardroom,  7-8  to  7-10 F Fire  and  fire  fighting,  17-11 Flag  display,  8-7  to  8-10 afloat  pennant,  8-10 commands  ashore,  8-9 dipping  the  national  ensign,  8-9 dress  and  full-dress  ship,  8-10 ensign  and  union  jack,  8-9 ensign  in  boats,  8-9 insignia  for  boats,  8-9  to  8-10 Fleet  Marine  Force  (FMF),  14-3  to  14-6 Fraternization,  5-9 G Ground  tackle,  18-1  to  18-2 Gun  salutes,  8-3  to  8-6 returning,  8-5  to  8-6 to  senior  officer  present,  8-5 by  ships  and  stations,  8-3 to  officers  and  officials,  8-6 Guns,  20-2  to  20-4 H Helm,  18-4  to  18-5 Honors  and  ceremonies,  8-1  to  8-13 gun  salutes,  8-3  to  8-6 honors  to  national  anthems  and  national ensigns,  8-1  to  8-3 passing  honors,  8-6  to  8-7 special  ceremonies,  anniversaries,  and solemnities,  8-10  to  8-13 I Insignia  and  awards,  9-5  to  9-27 breast  insignia  and  identification  badges, 9-18  to  9-19 medals  and  awards,  9-20  to  9-26 Intelligence, 13-10 to 13-11 International ties, 1-19 to 1-21 ANZUS  Security  Treaty,  1-20 North  Atlantic  Treaty  Organization (NATO),  1-20  to  1-21 Rio  Treaty,  1-20 J Joint  Chiefs  of  Staff  (JCS),  11-6  to  11-8 Judge  Advocate  General’s  Corps,  13-6  to  13-8 INDEX-2

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