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K Korean  conflict,  1-8  to  1-9 M Marine  Corps,  14-1  to  14-10 equipment,  14-6  to  14-8 Fleet  Marine  Force  (FMF),  14-3  to  14-6 Marine  Corps  Enlisted  Commissioning Education   Program,   (MECEP),   14-9 officer  training,  14-9  to  14-10 officers,  14-8  to  14-9 organization,  14-3  to  14-6 women  in,  14-6 Master  chief  petty  officer  of  the  Navy,  11-14 Medals  and  awards,  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 Medical  and  dental  care,  3-17  to  3-18 Military  courtesy,  7-1  to  7-18 N National  Security  Council,  11-3 Naval  Air  Reserve  Force  Program, Naval  aviation,  12-1  to  12-15 antiair  warfare,  12-10  to  12-13 15-6 antisubmarine  warfare,  12-13  to  12-15 fixed-wing  aircraft,  12-2  to  12-6 rotary-wing  aircraft,  12-6  to  12-8 Naval  heroes,  2-1  to  2-28 of  the  American  Revolution,  2-1  to  2-4 of  the  Civil  War,  2-11  to  2-14 of  the  Korean  conflict,  2-22 of  the  Persian  Gulf,  2-24  to  2-28 of  the  Spanish-American  War,  2-14 of  the  Vietnam  conflict,  2-22  to  2-24 of  the  War  of  1812,  2-8  to  2-11 of  the  War  with  France,  2-5  to  2-7 of  the  War  with  Tripoli,  2-7  to  2-8 of  World  War  I,  2-15  to  2-17 of  World  War  II,  2-17  to  2-22 Naval  Postgraduate  School,  10-10 Naval  presence,  1-14 Naval  Reserve,  15-1  to  15-6 composition  of,  15-2  to  15-4 Naval  Air  Reserve  Force  Program,  15-6 training,  15-4  to  15-6 Naval  Reserve  Officer  Training  Corps,  10-8  to 10-9 eligibility  requirements,  10-9 Naval  War  College,  10-11  to  10-12 Navy  Leader  Development  Program  (NAVLEAD), 5-13  to  5-14 Navy  Regulations,   6-1  to  6-6 Nonjudicial  punishment,  6-26  to  6-28 North  Atlantic  Treaty  Organization  (NATO), 1-20 to 1-21 Nuclear  deterrence,  11-4  to  11-5 Nuclear  weapons,  20-13 O Officer  Candidate  School,  10-9  to  10-10 Officer  of  the  deck,  4-2  to  4-3,  4-4  to  4-5 in  port,  4-4  to  4-5 underway,  4-2  to  4-3 Officer  procurement  programs,  3-3  to  3-4 Chief   Warrant   Officer   (CWO)   Program, 3-3  to  3-4 Enlisted   Commissioning   Program   (ECP), 3-4 Limited   Duty   Officer   (LDO)   Program, 3-4 Naval   Aviation   Cadet   (NAVCAD)   Pro- gram,  3-3 Officers,  3-1  to  3-22 appointment  process,  10-7  to  10-8 fitness  reports,  3-8  to  3-11 grades  and  titles,  9-2  to  9-5 mess,  3-19 microfiche,  3-4  to  3-7 promotions,  3-12  to  3-16 record,  3-4  to  3-11 service  record,  3-7  to  3-8 uniforms  and  corps  devices,  9-5  to  9-8 P Parenting,  single,  5-8  to  5-9 Passing  honors,  8-6  to  8-7 between  ships,  8-6 by  crew  at  quarters  on  entering  or  leaving port,  8-7 dispensing  with,  8-7 sequence  in  rendering  a,  8-7 to  officials  and  officers  embarked  in boats,  8-6 Pay  and  allowances,  3-16  to  3-17 allowances,  3-16  to  3-17 basic,  special,  and  incentive  pay,  3-16 INDEX-3

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