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JOs assist public affairs officers (PAOs) and officers in command with public affairs. They prepare material contributing  to  the  Navy’s  Fleet  Hometown  News Program; write Navy news releases; and feature articles from personal interviews, examination of messages, and witnessing  of  events. JOs  also  prepare  histories, prepare  material  for  commercial  radio  and  television use, and serve on the staff of Armed Forces Radio and Television   stations. They  operate  Shipboard Information   Training   and   Entertainment   (SITE) systems  and  prepare  official  correspondence  and directives.  JOs  additionally  prepare  and  lay  out  Navy publications  such  as  newspapers,  command  information brochures, and cruise books, and assist in preparing speeches  and  presentations  on  naval  topics. Lithographer.— The insignia for the Lithographer (LI) rating is the symbol of a crossed litho crayon holder and  scraper. LIs   perform   graphic   reproductions   using lithographic processes and related equipment. They assist in determining the appropriate style or format for publications,  produce  and  strip  negatives  and  positives, and prepare line and halftone camera copy. LIs use darkroom  equipment;  process  lithographic  plates;  use desktop  publishing  equipment;  operate  process cameras, presses, and bindery equipment; and prepare camera-ready  copy.  They  also  perform  organizational maintenance  on  photolithographic  equipment. Photographer’s Mate.—The  insignia  for  the Photographer’s Mate (PH) rating is the replica of a lens pierced  by  light  lines. 2-24 PHs  provide  visual  information  and  documentation of air, surface, and subsurface events, using still and motion  media  formats,  as  required.  They  provide  visual documentation  of  combat,  combat  support  operations, and related peacetime training activities. PHs also plan and  produce  visual  information  productions  by combining motion media with sound in self-contained, complete  presentations  developed  according  to  plans  or scripts.   They   additionally   inspect   and   maintain film-based  and  electronic  still  and  motion  media cameras,  laboratory  equipment,  and  related  visual information  equipment  and  material. OCCUPATIONAL FIELD 18 (MUSIC).—  This occupational   field   consists   of   only   one rating—Musician (MU). The insignia for the Musician rating is the symbol of a lyre. MUs   perform   on   one   or   more   designated instruments to provide musical services on board ships and at armed forces bases to inspire patriotism, elevate esprit de corps, enhance retention, and foster pride in the naval service. MUs provide musical services off base that reinforce recruiting efforts. They provide musical services to the general public, therefore increasing community   awareness,   promoting   respect,   and enhancing  the  professional  reputation  of  the  Navy. OCCUPATIONAL  FIELD  19  (MASTER-AT- ARMS).— This occupational field consists of only one rating—Master-at-Arms (MA). The insignia for the Master-at-Arms rating is the symbol of a star embossed in a circle within a shield. MAs  perform,  conduct,  or  advise  appropriate personnel on matters of investigations, interrogations, apprehension, crime prevention, preservation of crime scenes  and  evidence,  enforcement  of  orders  and regulations,  shore  patrol, implement, develop, and and  crowd  control.  MAs conduct  physical  security

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