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Military  Requirements  for  Petty  Officer  First Class, NAVEDTRA  12046,  Naval  Education and Training Program Management Support Activity,  Pensacola,  Fla.,  1992. Navy   Affirmative   Action   Plan   (NAAP),   OP- NAVINST   5354.3B,   Office   of   the   Chief   of Naval  Operations,  Washington,  D.C.,  1989. Navy  Equal  Opportunity  (EO)  Manual,   OP- NAVINST   5354.1C,   Office   of   the   Chief   of Naval  Operations,  Washington,  D.C.,  1989. Navy   Fraternization   Policy,   O P N A V I N ST 5370.2,  Office  of  the  Chief  of  Naval  Opera- tions,   Washington,   D.C.,   1989. Sexually  Transmitted  Disease  (STD)  Clinical Management  Guidelines,   NAVMEDCOM- INST 6222.1, Department of the Navy, Naval Medical  Command,  Washington,  D.C.,  1987. SUGGESTED  READING Mack,  W.P.  and  T.D.  Paulsen,   The   Naval Officer’s Guide, 9th ed., Naval Institute Press, Annapolis,   Md.,   1983. Noel,  J.V.,   Division  Officer’s  Guide,   8th  ed., Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, Md., 1986. M A S T E R - A T - A R MS THE MASTER-AT-ARMS RATING  IS BY NO MEANS A MODERN INNOVATION. NAVAL RECORDS SHOW THAT THESE “SHERIFFS OF THE SEA” WERE KEEPING ORDER AS EARLY AS THE REIGN OF CHARLES I OF ENGLAND. AT THE TIME, THEY WERE CHARGED WITH KEEPING THE SWORDS, PISTOLS, CARBINES, AND MUSKETS IN GOOD WORKING ORDER AS WELL  AS  ENSURING  THAT  THE  BANDOLIERS  WERE  FILLED  WITH  FRESH  POWDER  BEFORE COMBAT. BESIDES BEING CHIEFS OF POLICE AT SEA, THE SEA CORPORALS, AS THEY WERE CALLED IN THE BRITISH NAVY, HAD TO BE QUALIFIED IN CLOSE ORDER FIGHTING UNDER  ARMS  AND  ABLE  TO  TRAIN  SEAMEN  IN  HAND-TO-HAND  COMBAT. IN THE DAYS OF SAIL, THE MAAs WERE TRULY “MASTERS AT ARMS. “ THE MASTER-AT-ARMS IN THE U.S. NAVY CAN TRACE THE BEGINNING OF THIS RATE TO THE UNION NAVY OF THE CIVIL  WAR. 5-15

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