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wearing  them,  which  is  contained  in  Uniform Regulations.  This   publication   is   discussed further  in  chapter  10. MANUAL   OF   ADVANCEMENT T h e   M a n u a l o f     A d v a n c e m e n t, BUPERSINST   1430.16,   is   published   by C H N A V P E R S    t o provide for the administration  of  the  advancement  system.  It supports  and  enlarges  on  the  basic  policies  for a d v a n c e m e n t    as o u t l i n e d    i n the M I L P E R S M A N    a n d    f u r t h e r    p r o v i d es instructions  for  determining  eligibility requirements  for  advancement;  preparation  of necessary   forms; ordering,   custody,   and disposition of   Navywide examinations; administration of   all   examinations   for advancement;  changes  in  rate  or  rating;  and procedures   for   effecting   advancements. DEPARTMENT   OF   THE   NAVY STANDARD   SUBJECT IDENTIFICATION    CODES CNO   is   responsible   for   preparing   the Department  of  the  Navy  Standard  Subject Identification  Codes   (SSIC),   SECNAVINST 5210.11,  and  for  preparing  and  providing  for changes  and  presenting  them  to  the  Secretary of   the   Navy   for   signature. The   SSIC   is prescribed  for  use  in  classifying  subjects  and identifying  correspondence  directives,  blank forms,   and   reports   (assigning   report   control symbols);  setting  up filing  and  retrieval systems;  routing  computer  messages;  and  for use  with  any other  documents  to  which reference  is  made  by  subject.  This  publication is  discussed  further  in  chapter  5. STANDARD   NAVY DISTRIBUTION   LIST The  Standard  Navy  Distribution  List (SNDL)  is  published  by  CNO  to  provide  for the  proper  addressing  and  distribution  of  mail to  all  activities  of  the  DON,  and  to  provide  a central  distribution  system  for  directives  and correspondence.  The  SNDL  is  published  in two  parts;  each  part  is  issued  separately. Part  1  lists  the  Operating  Forces  of  the Navy,  Unified  and  Specified  Commands,  U.S. Elements   of   International   Commands,   and Military  Sealift  Command  USNS  Ships.  Part 1   has   been   formatted   especially   to   aid distribution  to  fleet  units. Part 2 contains addresses of Department of the  Navy  officially  established  shore  activities and   staff   officer;   Chief   of   Naval   Operations (OP-09B)   established   detachments;   Secretary of   Defense   and   Department   of   Defense agencies   and miscellaneous non-Navy activities  with  naval  personnel  assigned. DEPARTMENT   OF   THE   NAVY CORRESPONDENCE   MANUAL T h e   D e p a r t m e n t     o f     t h e Navy Correspondence   Manual,   S E C N A V I N ST 5216.5,  is  prepared  in  the  Office  of  CNO  and approved  by  the  Secretary  of  the  Navy.  It contains   instructions   for   preparing   letters, endorsements,   memorandums,   and   messages. Instructions  cover  all  parts  of  correspondence such as address, subject, references, paragraphing,  and  signature,  together  with directions   for   assembling   correspondence   for signature  and  mailing. Changes  to  the  Correspondence   Manual are  prepared  by  CNO  and  signed  by  the Secretary   of   the   Navy.   This   publication   is discussed  further  in  chapter  3. NAVAL    TELECOMMUNICATIONS PROCEDURES   AND   USERS   MANUAL T h e   N a v a l      T e l e c o m m u n i c a t i o ns Procedures  and  Users  Manual,   NTP-3,  was developed  under the   direction   of   the Commander, Naval C o m p u t e r    a nd Telecommunications   Command   and   was designed to explain procedures for the drafting and  preparation  of  naval  messages. This publication  is  further  discussed  in  chapter  3. 2-6

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