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5-4 PERSON ADDRESSED OR INTRODUCED TO MILITARY TO CIVILIAN INTRODUCE AS: ADDRESS AS: INTRODUCE AS: ADDRESS AS: COMMANDER or above COMMANDER (or appropriate rank) DOE COMMANDER (or appropriate rank) DOE COMMANDER1 (or appropriate rank) DOE COMMANDER (or appropriate rank) DOE LIEUTENANT COMMANDER or below LIEUTENANT COMMANDER (or appropriate rank) DOE COMMANDER2 DOE LIEUTENANT COMMANDER3 DOE MR. (Mrs., Miss, Ms.) DOE MEDICAL and/or DENTAL CORPS OFFICER DR. DOE4 DR. DOE4 LIEUTENANT DOE OF THE NAVY MEDICAL CORPS DR. DOE4 CHAPLAIN CORPS OFFICER CHAPLAIN DOE CHAPLAIN DOE CHAPLAIN DOE CHAPLAIN NAVY NURSE CORPS OFFICER COMMANDER(or appropriate rank) DOE COMMANDER DOE COMMANDER DOE OF THE NAVY NURSE CORPS COMMANDER (Mr., Mrs., Miss, Ms.) DOE CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER DOE CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER DOE CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER DOE MIDSHIPMAN MIDSHIPMAN DOE MIDSHIPMAN DOE MIDSHIPMAN DOE MR. (Miss, Ms.) DOE CHIEF PETTY OFFICER CHIEF5 DOE CHIEF or CHIEF DOE5 CHIEF YEOMAN5 (or rating title) DOE MR. (Mrs., Miss, Ms.) DOE AVIATION CADET AVIATION CADET DOE MR. DOE AVIATION CADET DOE MR. (Mrs., Miss, Ms.) DOE PETTY OFFICER PETTY OFFICER DOE PETTY OFFICER DOE PETTY OFFICER DOE MR. (Mrs., Miss, Ms.) DOE SEAMAN SEAMAN DOE DOE SEAMAN DOE MR. (Mrs., Miss, Ms.) DOE 1.  When not in uniform a captain or lieutenant would be introduced as “of the Navy” to distinguish the grade from other services. 2.  When addressing an officer whose grade includes a modifier (e.g., Lieutenant Commander) the modifier may be dropped. 3.  A suggested form of introduction is:  “This is LCDR Doe.  Mr. (Mrs., Miss, Ms.) Doe is now stationed here.”  This introduction 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. Table 5-1.—Introducing and Addressing Naval Personnel

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