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Figure 1-4.-Navy Recruiting Area Organizational Chart
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Figure 1-5.-Navy Recruiting District Organizational Chart
AREA PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER.– The  Area public affairs officer (APAO) coordinates and advises on Area  and  district  internal,  community,  and  media relations  programs. AREA SUPPLY/FISCAL OFFICER.–  The Area supply/fiscal  officer  (ASFO)  is  responsible  for  the proper budgeting, accounting, and administration of the operating  budget  for  the  Area.  The  ASFO  manages distribution  of  vehicles  to  NRDs  and  Area  staff  and manages the recruiting facilities program. AREA  CHIEF  ADMINISTRATOR.–  The  Area chief   administrator   (ACA),   as   the   administrative department head, is responsible for preparation and control  of  correspondence  and  effective  use  of  assigned officer  personnel  and  equipment. AREA  YOUTH  PROGRAMS  OFFICER.–  The Area youth programs officer (AYPO) is responsible for creating an awareness among organized youth groups of the career opportunities available through voluntary service in the Navy or Naval Reserve. NAVY RECRUITING DISTRICT ORGANIZATION As  with  any  Navy  command,  the  CO  has  total responsibility for the personnel, logistics, and mission of the   organization.   Figure   1-5   shows   the   district organizational  structure. Campus Liaison Officer The  campus  liaison  officer  (CLO)  is  responsible  for liaison with the minority college community to obtain minority  officer  accessions.  The  CLO  also  helps  create awareness   of   Navy   occupational   and   educational opportunities  and  promotes  relations  between  Navy recruiters  and  minority  prospects.  CLOs  should  be minority faculty members of 2- or 4-year colleges or universities.  They  are  commissioned  officers  in  the Inactive Naval Reserve. Recruiting  District  Assistance  Council RDAC  members  assist  One-Navy  recruiting  by joining  talents  available  in  Navy-related  organizations, the civilian community, and the Naval Reserve. They provide  direct  referrals,  help  increase  Navy  awareness, provide  inroads  to  centers  of  influence  (COIs),  and  assist in promotion and support of special events and local media access. The RDAC chairman reports to the NRD CO  and  maintains  liaison  with  the  national  RDAC coordinator  and  program  manager,  as  well  as  the  Area RDAC  chairman  (if  assigned). Executive  Officer In  addition  to  acting  as  the  CO  in  his  or  her absence,  the  executive  officer  (XO)  provides  for  the effective use of district personnel and coordinates all headquarters  analysis  efforts. EDUCATION  SPECIALIST.–  The   education specialist  (EDSPEC)  conducts  liaison  with  civilian education and manpower officials, organizes educator orientation visits (EOVs), and serves as district STEAM coordinator.   The   EDSPEC   gathers,   analyzes,   and maintains  educational  marketing  data;  coordinates marketing, scheduling, and results of Armed Services Vocational  Aptitude  Battery  (ASVAB)  testing;  and administers  American  College  Test  (ACT)  tests.  When designated in writing, the EDSPEC conducts Nuclear Field  (NF)  and  Defense  Language  Aptitude  Battery (DLAB)  testing. OFFICER IN CHARGE, “A” STATION.– There are  only  two  actual    “A”  Stations,  one  located  in Honolulu, Hawaii, and one in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The officer in charge (OIC) organizes and supervises the efforts of the personnel assigned to the class “A” station to  ensure  the  proper  and  efficient  processing  of applicants. The OIC ensures the attainment of enlisted recruiting goals through the supervision of assigned personnel and application of resources. The OIC of a class “A” station acts as both EPO and DNRPS for those assigned. OFFICER  PROGRAMS  OFFICER.–  The  officer programs  officer  (OPO)  is  the  department  head  for  the officer  programs  department,  responsible  for  all  officer recruiting  goals.  The  OPO  department  includes  the district  minority  recruiting  coordinator  (DMRC),  officer recruiters  (ORs),  officer  processing  division  supervisor (OPDS),  officer  processing  assistant  (OPA),  and  the medical  programs  petty  officer  (MPPO). L E A D S     T R A C K I N G     C E N T E R SUPERVISOR.– The  local  effective  accession  delivery system  (LEADS)  tracking  center  supervisor  (LTCS) supervises  the  generation  of  leads  through  newspaper advertising and direct mail. The LTCS processes and tracks local and national leads. 1-14

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