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TO MILITARY TO CIVILIAN PERSON ADDRESSED OR INTRODUCED INTRODUCED AS: ADDRESSED AS: INTRODUCED AS: ADDRESSED AS: COMMANDER    COMMANDER    COMMANDER   COMMANDER1   COMMANDER      or above (or appropriate rank) (or appropriate rank) (or appropriate rank) (or appropriate rank)        Smith Smith Smith Smith LIEUTENANT COMMANDER LIEUTENANT COMMANDER COMMANDER2 LIEUTENANT COMMANDER3           MR.               or above      (or appropriate rank)       SMITH                   SMITH (Mrs., Miss, Ms.)              SMITH       SMITH MEDICAL and/or LIEUTENANT SMITH DENTAL CORPS DR. SMITH4 DR. SMITH4                       OF THE DR. SMITH4    OFFICER NAVY MEDICAL CORPS CHAPLAIN CORPS CHAPLAIN CHAPLAIN CHAPLAIN CHAPLAIN         OFFICER      SMITH    SMITH      SMITH NAVY NURSE CORPS    COMMANDER COMMANDER COMMANDER SMITH    COMMANDER        OFFICER (or appropriate rank)       SMITH            OF THE          (Mr., Mrs., Miss, Ms.)      SMITH NAVY NURSE CORPS SMITH CHIEF WARRANT CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER           MR.      OFFICER      SMITH      SMITH      SMITH (Mrs., Miss, Ms.)        SMITH MIDSHIPMAN MIDSHIPMAN MIDSHIPMAN MIDSHIPMAN      MR.      SMITH       SMITH        SMITH ( Miss, Ms.)       SMITH CHIEF PETTY CHIEF5        CHIEF CHIEF YEOMAN5          MR.     OFFICER SMITH             or         SMITH (Mrs., Miss, Ms.) CHIEF SMITH5               SMITH AVIATION AVIATION CADET MR. SMITH AVIATION CADET           MR.     CADET          SMITH           SMITH (Mrs., Miss, Ms.)                   SMITH   PETTY PETTY OFFICER PETTY OFFICER PETTY OFFICER          MR. OFFICER         SMITH      SMITH       SMITH (Mrs., Miss, Ms.)              SMITH SEAMAN SEAMAN SMITH SEAMAN        MR.   SMITH   SMITH (Mrs., Miss, Ms.)            SMITH 1. When not in uniform a captain or lieutenant would be introduced as “of the Navy” to distinguish the grade from the other services. 2. When addressing an officer whose grade includes a modifier (i.e., lieutenant commander) the modifier may be dropped. 3. A suggested form of introduction is: “This is LCDR Smith , Mr. (Mrs., Miss, Ms.) Smith is now stationed here.” This indicates both (a) the officer’s     grade and (b) the form of address. 4. If a senior officer of the Medical or Dental Corps prefers to be addressed by title, such preference should be honored. 5. Prefixed by “Senior” or “Master” as appropriate. Figure 7-1.-Introducing and addressing naval personnel. Military   and   civilian   practices   differ   in   the introduction and address of enlisted personnel. Under military   conditions,   address   and   introduce   petty officers of the Navy by their respective title followed by  their  last  name.  Address  petty  officers  in  the paygrades   of   E-7,   E-8,   and   E-9   informally    as “Chief______”   prefixed   by   “Senior”   or   “Master,”   if appropriate. Introduce them formally as “Chief Petty Officer __________” prefixed by “Senior” or  “Master,”  if  appropriate.  Introduce  and  address petty  officers  in  paygrades  E-4  through  E-6  both formally and informally as “Petty Officer _____________.”  You  aren’t  required  to  change  the form of verbal address (by last name) of personnel in paygrades E-3 and below. However, when introducing    them,    precede    their    last    name    by “Seaman,” “Fireman,” “Airman,” “ Constructionman,” and so forth, as appropriate. 7-6

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