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Chapter 4 Personal Affairs
As     previously     mentioned,     we     strongly recommend  you  read Watch   Officer’s   Guide   and Division   Officer’s   Guide. These   books   contain invaluable information for all junior officers. PROTOCOL As a rule, senior officers do not immediately call attention  to  your  minor  faults  or  errors,  but  they  do note these things.   If you are slow in getting squared away, they might mention these deficiencies. After you become oriented and feel comfortable in  your  new  environment,  you  may  wish  to  have guests aboard for dinner, take a look around, and go to a movie.  That is an old naval custom, and an excellent one  if  it  does  not  become  an  everyday  occurrence. Usually a holiday evening meal or Sunday noon meal is a suitable time for guests. Clear  your  intention  to  have  guests  aboard  for  a meal  with  the  wardroom  mess  caterer.    The  caterer must ensure sufficient places are set and enough food is prepared to go around. When   your   guests   arrive   at   the   ship,   either accompany them or be on deck to meet them.   If your guest is a very important person (VIP), try to make an appointment for the person to see the captain for a few minutes. If  that  isn’t  possible,  at  least  inform  the captain that a VIP is aboard the ship. Introduce   your   guests   to   your   fellow   officers. When  they  have  guests,  help  keep  the  conversation going and be similarly helpful in other ways. 3-8

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