ENLISTED PROGRAMS (CODE 33). Code 33
manages programs for enlistment and reenlistment in the
Regular and Reserve components of the Navy.
TRAINING AND FIELD SUPPORT (CODE
34). Code 34 manages programs for standardization of
all field training following Recruiting
Management Orientation (ROMO)/Enlisted Navy
Recruiting Orientation (ENRO). Code 34 writes the
enlisted RQS instruction, The Science and Art of Navy
Recruiting Manual, and makes major input to other
directives concerning enlisted recruiting.
Recruiting and Advertising Department (Code 40)
Code 40 plans, coordinates, and directs all
advertising for Navy recruiting. Code 40 develops,
procures, and distributes all advertising material used in
Navy recruiting. This department manages the Navy
Opportunity Information Center (NOIC)/National Lead
Tracking System (NALTS)/National Navy Recruiting
Information Center (NNRIC) activities and Public
Service Advertising (PSA) administration and analysis.
Code 40 also will provide personalized PSA radio
TV spots to local recruiters just for the asking.
Navy Awareness Department (Code 50)
Code 50 develops, plans, coordinates,
implements community/fleet relations programs
promotional plans programs. Code 50 provides public
affairs guidance to field elements of the command,
manages the Sea Power Presentation program, and
provides Navy awareness resources (exhibits, printed
material, audiovisual presentations) to recruiting field
activities. This department also maintains liaison with
medical, educational, vocational, and youth
PUBLIC AFFAIRS (CODE 51). Code 51 deals
with community relations and publishes the Navy
FIELD SUPPORT/EDUCATION (CODE 52).
Code 52 coordinates youth programs, referral support,
exhibits, and conventions.
Information Systems Department (Code 70)
Code 70 provides the command with automated data
processing (ADP) and office information systems to
support the management of recruiting functions in the
field and at headquarters.
COMMANDER NAVY RECRUITING AREA
The AC is responsible for fulfilling the recruiting
mission assigned to his or her Area. The AC organizes
efforts to make sure quantitative and qualitative goals
are met or exceeded. Figure 1-4 shows the Area
Area Deputy Commander
The Area deputy commander (ADC) assists the AC
in both enlisted and officer recruiting matters.
Area Command Master Chief
The ACMC is the senior enlisted advisor to the AC
in all matters concerning enlisted recruiting. The ACMC
trains the district CRs.
AREA TRAINING COORDINATOR. The Area
training coordinator (ATC) develops and carries out a
comprehensive and vigorous training plan on an
A R E A A S S I S T A N T T R A I N I N G
COORDINATOR. The Area assistant training
coordinator (AATC) assists the ATC in performance of
Area Recruiting District Assistance Council
The Area recruiting district assistance council
(ARDAC) members assist One-Navy recruiting by
joining together the many talents available in
Navy-related organizations, the civilian community, and
the Naval Reserve at the Area level.
Area Chief Staff Officer
The Area chief staff officer (ACSO) assists and
advises the AC on the overall functions, control, and
coordination necessary to carry out the assigned mission,
The ACSO acts as the AC in his or her absence.
AREA EDUCATION SPECIALIST. The Area
education specialist (AES) is the principal advisor on
liaison with the civilian education community. The AES
trains the district education specialists and acts as a
member of the STEAM team.
AREA SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR. The Area
systems administrator (ASYSAD) ensures the efficient