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CHAPTER 1 NAVY  TRAINING INTRODUCTION The   primary   purpose   of   the   Navy   training   establishment   is   to   provide   the   operational   forces with   trained   personnel   who   can   maintain   a   high   degree   of   fleet   readiness.   Several   offices coordinate  with  each  other  to  plan  for  training  and  to  determine  the  purposes  of  training  within various   commands.   These   offices   are   the   Chief   of   Naval   Operations   (CNO),   Fleet   Commanders in   Chief   (FLTCINC’s),   System   Commands   (SYSCOMS),   Chief   of   Naval   Education   and Training   (CNET),   and   the   Commander,   Naval   Reserve   Forces   (COMNAVRESFOR). About  one-third  of  all  people  in  the  Navy  are  involved  in  some  kind  of  training  at  any  one time.  New  technical  developments  as  well  as  losses  of  trained  personnel  through  promotion, retirement,   discharge,   or   transfer   create   a   constant   need   for   training.   How   does   the   Navy perform  such  a  large  and  complex  training  task  with  changing  requirements  and  a  changing 1

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