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Figure 11-4.—Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. of   Naval   Operations   has   the   following   specific responsibilities: To  organize,  train,  equip,  prepare,  and maintain the readiness of Navy operational forces To    determine    and    direct    the    efforts necessary   to   fulfill   current   and   future requirements  of  the  Navy  for  manpower, material, weapons, facilities, and services To exercise leadership in maintaining a high degree  of  competence  among  Navy  officers and enlisted and civilian personnel To maintain the morale and motivation of Navy   personnel   and   the   prestige   of   a Navy career To plan and provide health care for personnel of the naval service and their dependents To direct the organization, administration,  training,  and  support  of the Naval Reserve To monitor the Department of the Navy to determine and maintain efficiency, discipline, and readiness To   determine   the   need   for   and   to provide  for  the  conduct  of  research, development,  testing,  and  evaluation that     meets     long-range     objectives, immediate   requirements,   and   fiscal limitations To  formulate  Navy  strategic  plans  and policies and participate in the formulation of joint and combined strategic plans and policies To   budget   for   commands   and   offices assigned  to  the  command  of  the  Chief  of Naval Operations and other activities and programs as assigned As  shown  in  figure  11-4,  staff  assistants, the   Vice   CNO   and   the   Vice   CNO’s   assistant, Directors  of  Major  Staff  Offices  (DMSOs),  and Deputy Chiefs of Naval Operations  aid  the  CNO in carrying out these responsibilities. One of the 11-13

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