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Chapter 4 Military Duties of the Naval Officer
to  expect  the  Navy  to  work  for  their  benefit and   interest—and   the   Navy   will   always   do that. In return the Navy counts on every service family  to  do  its  part.  A  family  does  its  part  by taking   advantage   of   the   benefits   offered   and cooperating to contribute toward the betterment of  the  naval  organization  and  the  fulfillment  of its mission. REFERENCES “Officer   Promotions,”   All  Hands  Number  864 (March  1989):  43-47. Useful  Information  for  Newly  Commissioned Officers, NAVEDTRA 10802-AL, Naval Education   and   Training   Program   Manage- ment Support Activity, Pensacola, Fla., 1989. SUGGESTED  READING Mack,  W.  P.,  and  T.  D.  Paulsen,   The   Naval Officer’s Guide, 9th ed., Naval Institute Press, Annapolis,   1983. Naval   Military   Personnel   Manual   (MILPERS- MAN),  NAVPERS   15560A,   Naval   Military Personnel  Command,  Washington,  D.C., 1987. Navy  Pay  and  Personnel  Procedures  Manual (PAYPERSMAN), NAVSO    P-3050,    Navy Department, Office of the Comptroller, Naval Military  Personnel  Command,  Washington, D.C.,   1973. U.S.  Department  of  Defense,  The  Armed  Forces Officer,  DOD   Gen-36A,   American   Forces Information   Services,   Washington,   D.C., 1988. WARDROOM ABOARD  THE  18TH  CENTURY  BRITISH  SHIPS  THERE  WAS  A  COMPARTMENT CALLED THE WARDROBE, USED FOR STORING BOOTY TAKEN AT SEA. THE OFFICERS’  MESS  AND  STATEROOMS  WERE  SITUATED  NEARBY,  SO  WHEN  THE WARDROBE  WAS  EMPTY  THEY  CONGREGATED  THERE  TO  TAKE  THEIR  MEALS AND PASS THE TIME . WHEN  THE  DAYS  OF  SWASHBUCKLING  AND  PIRATING  HAD  ENDED,  THE WARDROBE  WAS  USED  EXCLUSIVELY  AS  AN  OFFICERS’  MESS  AND  LOUNGE. HAVING BEEN ELEVATED FROM A CLOSET TO A ROOM, IT WAS CALLED THE WARDROOM. 3-23

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