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Persian  Gulf,  1-9  to  1-10,  2-24  to  2-28 Power   projection,   1-14 Propulsion  plants,  17-6  to  17-9 R Rates  and  ratings,  9-11  to  9-13 Research  and  development,  13-11  to  13-13 Retirement,  3-20  to  3-21 benefits,  3-21 Rio  Treaty,  1-20 S Salute,  7-11  to  7-18 Sea Sea formal  occasions  requiring,  7-16  to  7-18 proper  manner  of  rendering,  7-11  to  7-12 when  not  to,  7-15  to  7-16 when  to,  7-12  to  7-15 control,  1-13  to  1-14 Power,  1-1  to  1-21 during during during during during during Civil  War,  1-4  to  1-5 Korean  conflict,  1-8  to  1-9 Persian  Gulf,  1-9  to  1-10 Vietnam  conflict,  1-9 World  War  I,  1-6 World  War  II,  1-6  to  1-8 history  of,  1-2  to  1-5 in  modern  times,  1-5  to  1-10 in  the  defeat  of  the  spanish  armada,  1-3 of  the  Continental  navy,  1-3  to  1-4 Secretary  of  Defense  (SECDEF),  11-4 Security,  13-8  to  13-10 Sexual harassment, 5-10 Sexual  responsibility,  5-10 Shipboard  organization,  16-1  to  16-7 functional,  16-5  to  16-7 logs,  16-6  to  16-7 shipboard  departments,  16-2  to  16-5 watch,  quarter,  and  station  bill,  16-6 Ships,  17-1  to  17-12,  19-1  to  19-21 basic  structure  of,  17-1  to  17-6 combatant,  19-2  to  19-21 compartmentation,  17-4  to  17-6 damage  control,  17-9  to  17-12 design  and  engineering,  17-1  to  17-12 identification  of,  19-1  to  19-2 propulsion  plants,  17-6  to  17-9 types  and  characteristics  of,  19-1  to  19-21 watertight  integrity  of,  17-4  to  17-5 Soviets’,  1-14  to  1-21 international ties, 1-19 to 1-21 navy,  1-16  to  1-19 navy  personnel,  1-17  to  1-19 Standard  Organization  and  Regulations  of  the U.S.  Navy  (SORN),  6-28  to  6-31 Armed  Forces  Identification  Cards  and leave  papers,  6-29 leave  and  liberty,  6-30 Strategic deterrence, 1-13 Supply  Corps,  13-4  to  13-5 Survivor’s  benefits,  3-21  to  3-22 T Telecommunications,  12-17  to  12-20 U U.S.  Navy  Regulations,  6-1  to  6-6 Uniform  Code  of  Military  Justice  (UCMJ), 6-6  to  6-28 courts-martial,  6-28 nonjudicial  punishment,  6-26  to  6-28 Uniformed  Services  University  of  the  Health Sciences,  10-10  to  10-11 Uniforms,  9-5  to  9-11,  9-13  to  9-18,  9-26  to 9-27 enlisted  personnel,  9-13  to  9-18 mail-order  uniforms,  9-27 modifications  authorized,  9-26  to  9-27 officer  personnel,  9-5  to  9-11 United  States  Naval  Academy,  10-1  to  10-8 appointment  process,  10-7  to  10-8 V Vietnam  conflict,  1-9,  2-22  to  2-24 W Warfare,  12-10  to  12-17 amphibious  12-15  to  12-17 antiair, 12-10 to 12-13 antisubmarine,  12-13  to  12-15 Watch,  quarter,  and  station  bill,  16-6 Watch  standing,  4-2  to  4-5 combat  information  center  watch  officer (CICWO),  4-3 command  duty  officer  (CDO),  4-4 engineering  officer  of  the  watch  (EOOW), 4-3  to  4-4 officer  of  the  deck  in  port,  4-4  to  4-5 officer  of  the  deck  underway,  4-2  to  4-3 INDEX-4

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