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Policies and Procedures / United States Navy: Chain of Command
« Last post by J2001 on October 15, 2018, 09:21:58 AM »


United States Navy
Material Reference: Chain of Command

Headquarters, Department of the Navy (HQDON)
Chief of Naval Operations - CNO
Vice Chief of Naval Operations - VCNO
Director, Naval Staff - DNS
Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Manpower, Training & Education - DCNO MPTE
Naval Inspector General - NAVINSGEN
Chief of Naval Information - CHINFO
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy - MCPON
Commander, Naval Special Warfare - CNSW
Director, Naval Intelligence - DNI

Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERs)
Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Manpower, Training & Education - DCNO MPTE

Commanding Officer, Naval Staff - CO NS
Executive Officer, Naval Staff - XO NS *Not in use*

Fleet Command Master Chief Petty Officer, Bureau of Naval Personnel - FLTCM BUPERs
Command Senior Chief Petty Officer, Bureau of Naval Personnel - CMDCS BUPERs

Personnel Officer - PO (W-2 - O-10)
Personnel Specialist - PS (E-4 - E-9)

Naval Education and Training Command (NETC)
Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Manpower, Training & Education - DCNO MPTE

Commanding Officer, Naval Education and Training - CO NET
Executive Officer, Naval Education and Training - XO NET *Not in use*

Fleet Command Master Chief Petty Officer, Naval Education and Training - FLTCM NET
Command Senior Chief Petty Officer, Naval Education and Training - CMDCS NET

Naval Development Officer - NDO (W-2 - O-10)

Office of the Naval Inspector General (ONAVINSGEN)
Naval Inspector General - NAVINSGEN

Commanding Officer, Master-at-Arms - CO MA
Executive Officer, Master-at-Arms - XO MA *Not in use*

Fleet Command Master Chief Petty Officer, Master-at-Arms - FLTCM MA
Command Senior Chief Petty Officer, Master-at-Arms - CMDCS MA

Master-at-Arms - MA (O-1 - O-10)
Master-at-Arms - MA (E-4 - W-5)

Office of the Chief of Naval Information (OCHINFO)
Chief of Naval Information - CHINFO

Deputy Chief of Naval Information - DCHINFO
Commanding Officer, U.S. Navy Ceremonial Guard Drill Team - CO CGDT

Fleet Master Chief Petty Officer, Naval Information - FLTCM NI
Command Senior Chief Petty Officer, Naval Information - CMDCS NI

Mass Communication Specialist - MCS (O-1 - O-10)
Mass Communication Specialist - MCS (E-4 - W-5)

Naval Special Warfare
Commander, Naval Special Warfare - CNSW

Commanding Officer, U.S. Navy SEALs (CO SEALs)
Commanding Officer, U.S. Navy Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman (CO SWCC)

Fleet Master Chief Petty Officer, Naval Special Warfare - FLTCM NSW
Command Senior Chief Petty Officer, Naval Special Warfare - CMDCS NSW

U.S. Navy SEALs - SEALs (O-1 - O-10)
U.S. Navy SEALs  - SEALs (E-4 - W-5)
U.S. Navy Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman - SWCC (O-1 - O-10)
U.S. Navy Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman - SWCC (E-4 - W-5)

Naval International Programmes Office (NIPO)
Director, Naval International Programmes Office - DIRNIPO

Deputy Director, Naval International Programmes Office - Deputy DIRNIPO

Fleet Master Chief Petty Officer, Naval International Programmes Office - FLTCM NIPO
Command Senior Chief Petty Officer, Naval International Programmes Office - CMDCS NIPO

Naval International Programmes Office - NIPO (O-1 - O-10)
Naval International Programmes Office - NIPO (E-4 - W-5)

Naval Intelligence (NI)
Director, Naval Intelligence - DNI

Deputy Director, Naval Intelligence - Deputy DNI

Intelligence Operative - IO *People are kept unknown due to Operational Security*
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Policies and Procedures / United States Marine Corps: Uniform Regulations *Not in use*
« Last post by J2001 on March 02, 2018, 10:44:56 AM »


United States Marine Corps
Material Reference: Uniform Regulations

The United States Marine Corps has two different uniform classes, each for different occasions. The Marine Corps Combat Uniform (MCCU), is to be worn at all times when inside the headquarters of the United States Marine Corps, and is considered the day-to-day uniform of all active Marines. The Marine Corps Ceremonial Dress Uniform (MCCDU), is to be worn at all ceremonial occasions, including events such as a Meritorious Mast or a service held by a Chaplain.

Section I - Uniforms
Sub-Section I - Marine Corps Combat Uniform (MCCU)
The Marine Corps Combat Uniform (MCCU), is the uniform worn on a day-to-day basis by all Marines. All Marines are to wear a cover in this uniform when outdoors, or when holding a post of importance (e.g. when acting as sentry). The photographic representation indicates which Habbo VIP colors may be used with these uniforms. In the case of VIP black, a dark grey may be used by all individuals who do not have VIP. Ties may be worn by both VIP and those who lack it. The female shoe articles for those wearing an authorized skirt may wear high heels or flat shoes.


Article A - Enlisted Uniform (E-1 to E-3)
The male uniform entails a khaki short sleeved breast pocketed shirt, baby blue non-pocketed slacks, khaki duty belt and black service boots. The male alternative uniform entails a khaki long sleeved breast pocketed shirt, a khaki tie, baby blue non-pocketed slacks, khaki duty belt and black service boots. The female uniform entails a khaki short sleeve Asian swirl shirt, baby blue non-pocketed slacks, khaki duty belt and black service boots. The female alternative uniform entails a khaki Asian swirl shirt, a baby blue skirt and black high heels or flats. The uniform is authorized a white cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.


Article B - Non-Commissioned Officers & Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (E-4 to E-9)
The male uniform entails a khaki short sleeved breast pocketed shirt, baby blue pocketed slacks, khaki duty belt and black service boots. The male alternative uniform entails a khaki long sleeved breast pocketed shirt, a khaki tie, baby blue pocketed slacks, khaki duty belt and black service boots. The female uniform entails a khaki short sleeve Asian swirl shirt, baby blue pocketed slacks, khaki duty belt and black service boots. The female alternative uniform entails a khaki Asian swirl shirt, a baby blue skirt and black high heels or flats. The uniform is authorized a white cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.


Article C - Warrant Officers & Training Officer (W-1 to O-0)
The male uniform entails a khaki short sleeved breast pocketed shirt, navy blue pocketed slacks, khaki duty belt and black service boots. The male alternative uniform entails a khaki long sleeved breast pocketed shirt, a khaki tie, navy  blue pocketed slacks, khaki duty belt and black service boots. The female uniform entails a khaki short sleeve Asian swirl shirt, navy blue pocketed slacks, khaki duty belt and black service boots. The female alternative uniform entails a khaki Asian swirl shirt, a navy blue skirt and black high heels or flats. The uniform is authorized a white cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.


Article D - Commissioned Officer (O-1 to O-10)




Article E - Headquarters, Marine Corps (HQMC)
All Marines enlisted as members of the Headquarters, Marine Corps (HQMC) and the Directorate of the Joint Staff (DJS) are required to wear the appropriate uniform from the MCCU, under Section I, Sub-Section I, Article D. This must be worn at all times when the MCCU is required. The male uniform entails a navy blue tunic with gold buckles, navy blue pocketed slacks, navy blue duty belt and black service boots. The female uniform entails a navy blue tunic with gold buckles, navy blue pocketed slacks, navy blue duty belt and black service boots. The female alternative uniform entails a navy blue tunic with gold buckles, a navy blue skirt and black high heels or flats. The uniform is authorized a white cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.


Article F - Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps (SgtMajMC)
The Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps is required to wear the appropriate uniform from the MCCU, under Section I, Sub-Section I, Article D. This must be worn at all times when the MCCU is required. The male uniform entails a navy blue tunic with gold buckles, sky blue pocketed slacks, navy blue duty belt and black service boots. The female uniform entails a navy blue tunic with gold buckles, sky blue pocketed slacks, navy blue duty belt and black service boots. The female alternative uniform entails a navy blue tunic with gold buckles, a sky blue skirt and black high heels or flats. The uniform is authorized a white cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.


Article G - Drill Instructors (DI)
All Marines enlisted as Drill Instructors (DI) are required to wear the appropriate uniform from the MCCU, under Section I, Sub-Section I, Article E. This must be worn at all times when the MCCU is required. The male uniform entails a khaki short sleeve breast pocketed shirt, olive green slacks, dark grey service belt and black service boots. The male alternative uniform entails a khaki long sleeved breast pocketed shirt, a khaki tie, olive green slacks, dark grey service belt and black service boots. The female uniform entails a khaki Asian swirl shirt, olive green slacks, dark grey service belt and black service boots. The uniform is authorized a green cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.


Article H - Photographic Representation
Enlisted (E-1 - E-3)
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Junior Non-Commissioned Officer & Staff Non-Commissioned Officer (E-4 - E-9)
INSERT IMAGE

Warrant Officer & Training Officer (W-1 - O-1)
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Commissioned Officer (O-1 - O-10)
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Headquarters, Marine Corps (HQMC)
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Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps (SgtMajMC/SMMC)
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Marine Corps Ceremonial Dress Uniform
The Marine Corps Ceremonial Dress Uniform (MCCDU), is the uniform worn at all formal occasions by all Marines. The photographic representation indicates which Habbo VIP colors may be used with these uniforms. In the case of this section of Section I, there are no specialized uniforms for the Headquarters, Marine Corps (HQMC)), Directorate of the Joint Staff (DJS) or Drill Instructors (DI). In the case of VIP black, a dark grey may be used by all individuals who do not have VIP. Ties may be worn by both VIP and those who lack it. The female shoe articles for those wearing an authorized skirt may wear high heels or flat shoes.


Article A - Enlisted (E-1 to E-3)
The male uniform entails a navy tunic with gold buckles, navy blue non-pocketed slacks, navy blue duty belt, black service boots and a white cover. The female uniform entails a navy blue tunic with gold buckles, navy blue non-pocketed slacks, navy blue duty belt, black service boots and a white cover. The female alternative uniform entails a navy blue tunic with gold buckles, a navy blue skirt, black high heels or flats and a white cover.


Article B - Non-Commissioned Officers & Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (E-4 to E-9)
The male uniform entails a navy tunic with gold buckles, navy blue pocketed slacks, navy blue duty belt, black service boots and a white cover. The female uniform entails a navy blue tunic with gold buckles, navy blue pocketed slacks, navy blue duty belt, black service boots and a white cover. The female alternative uniform entails a navy blue tunic with gold buckles, a navy blue skirt, black high heels or flats and a white cover.


Article C - Warrants Officers & Commissioned Officers (W-1 to O-10)
The male uniform entails a navy tunic with gold buckles, navy blue pocketed slacks, navy blue duty belt, black service boots and a white cover. The female uniform entails a navy blue tunic with gold buckles, navy blue pocketed slacks, navy blue duty belt, black service boots and a white cover. The female alternative uniform entails a navy blue tunic with gold buckles, a navy blue skirt, black high heels or flats and a white cover.


Article E - Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps (SgtMajMC)
The male uniform entails a navy tunic with gold buckles, baby blue pocketed slacks, navy blue duty belt, black service boots and a white cover. The female uniform entails a navy blue tunic with gold buckles, baby blue pocketed slacks, navy blue duty belt, black service boots and a white cover. The female alternative uniform entails a navy blue tunic with gold buckles, a baby blue skirt, black high heels or flats and a white cover.


Article D - Photographic Representation
Enlisted (E-1 to E-3)

Non-Commissioned Officer & Staff Non-Commissioned Officer (E-4 to E-9)

Warrant Officers & Commissioned Officers (W-1 to O-10)

Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps (SgtMajMC/SMMC)


Section II - Grooming Standards
Sub-Section I - Skin Tones
Red - Indicates that the skin tone is not permitted in the U.S. Marine Corps.




Sub-Section II - Hair


Article A - Female Hair
Red - Indicates that the hair is not permitted in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Green - Indicates that the hair is permitted to be worn in all U.S. Marine Corps facilities, by female personnel.





Article B - Male Hair
Red - Indicates that the hair is not permitted in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Green - Indicates that the hair is permitted to be worn in all U.S. Marine Corps facilities, by male personnel.





Article C - Facial Hair
Red - Indicates that the facial hair is not permitted in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Green - Indicates that the facial hair is permitted to be worn in all U.S. Marine Corps facilities, by all personnel.
Blue - Indicates that the facial hair is permitted to be worn in all U.S. Marine Corps facilities, by only male personnel.





Section III - Accessories
Sub-Section I - Chest Accessories
Red - Indicates that the chest article is not permitted in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Green - Indicates that the chest article may be worn by all U.S. Marine Corps personnel.
Blue - Indicates that the chest article may be worn by all male U.S. Marine Cors personnel.
Teal - Indicates that the chest article may be worn by all Drill Instructors. (Dark Grey and Grey Only)
Orange - Indicates that the chest article may be worn by personnel who are apart of the OIGMC (Gold Only)
Yellow - Indicates that the chest article may be worn by personnel who have received a medal/decoration while enlisted at the U.S. Marine Corps.
Maroon - Indicates that the chest article may be worn with the evening dress uniform.





Sub-Section II - Eye Wear
Red - Indicates that the eye wear is not permitted in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Green - Indicates that the eye wear may be worn by all U.S. Marine Corps personnel. (Black and White Only)
Purple - Indicates that the eye wear may be worn by personnel awarded with one or more Purple Heart





Sub-Section III - Ear Accessories
Red - Indicates that the ear wear is not permitted in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Pink - Indicates that the ear wear may be worn by all female U.S. Marine Corps personnel. (White Only)


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Policies and Procedures / Re: United States Navy: Uniform Regulations
« Last post by J2001 on February 28, 2018, 12:25:34 AM »


United States Navy
Material Reference: Uniform Regulations Update Thread

  • Rating Berets & Baseball cap colours
Naval Personnel Command: Gold
Naval Education and Training Command: Blue
Naval International Programmes Office: Green
Office of Chief of Naval Information: Light Brown
Office of Naval Inspector General: Red
Naval Intelligence: Purple
Naval Special Warfare Command: TBD

  • Gunbelts can be worn by all personnel*
*Colours must represent your paygrade
  • Military Hats can be worn by all personnel*
*Colours must represent your paygrade
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Welcome to the United States Navy! / Department of Defense: Rank Equivalents
« Last post by J2001 on February 20, 2018, 01:09:57 AM »


U.S. Department of Defense
Material Reference: Rank Equivalents

United States Army (USA)
E-1 Private (PVT)
E-2 Private (PV2)
E-3 Private First Class (PFC)
E-4 Corporal (CPL)/Specialist (SPC)
E-5 Sergeant (SGT)
E-6 Staff Sergeant (SSG)
E-7 Sergeant First Class (SFC)
E-8 Master Sergeant (MSG)/First Sergeant (1SG)
E-9 Sergeant Major (SGM)/Command Sergeant Major (CSM)
E-9 Sergeant Major of the Army (SMA)
W-1 Warrant Officer 1 (WO1)
W-2 Chief Warrant Officer 2 (CW2)
W-3 Chief Warrant Officer 3 (CW3)
W-4 Chief Warrant Officer 4 (CW4)
W-5 Chief Warrant Officer 5 (CW5)
O-1 Second Lieutenant (2LT)
O-2 First Lieutenant (1LT)
O-3 Captain (CPT)
O-4 Major (MAJ)
O-5 Lieutenant Colonel (LTC)
O-6 Colonel (COL)
O-7 Brigadier General (BG)
O-8 Major General (MG)
O-9  Lieutenant General (LTG)
O-10 General (GEN)

United States Navy (USN)

E-1 Seaman Recruit (SR)
E-2 Seaman Apprentice (SA)
E-3 Seaman (SN)
E-4 Petty Officer Third Class (PO3)
E-5 Petty Officer Second Class (PO2)
E-6 Petty Officer First Class (PO1)
E-7 Chief Petty Officer (CPO)
E-8 Senior Chief Petty Officer (SCPO)/Command Senior Chief Petty Officer (CMDCS)
E-9 Master Chief Petty Officer (MCPO)/Fleet Master Chief Petty Officer (FLTCM)
E-9 Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON)
W-2 Chief Warrant Officer 2 (CWO2)
W-3 Chief Warrant Officer 3 (CWO3)
W-4 Chief Warrant Officer 4 (CWO4)
W-5 Chief Warrant Officer 5 (CWO5)
O-1 Ensign (ENS)
O-2 Lieutenant Junior Grade (LTJG)
O-3 Lieutenant (LT)
O-4 Lieutenant Commander (LCDR)
O-5 Commander (CDR)
O-6 Captain (CAPT)
O-7 Rear Admiral Lower Half (RDML)
O-8 Rear Admiral Upper Half (RADM)
O-9 Vice Admiral (VADM)
O-10 Admiral (ADM)


United States Air Force (USAF)
E-1 Airman Basic (AB)
E-2 Airman (Amn)
E-3 Airman First Class (A1C)
E-4 Senior Airman (SrA)
E-5 Staff Sergeant (SSgt)
E-6 Technical Sergeant (TSgt)
E-7 Master Sergeant (MSgt)/First Sergeant (1stSgt)
E-8 Senior Master Sergeant (SMSgt)/First Sergeant (1stSgt)
E-9 Chief Master Sergeant (CMSgt)/First Sergeant (1stSgt)/Command Chief        Master Sergeant (CCM)
E-9 Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force (CMSAF)

No Warrant Officer's (WO1 - CWO5)

O-1 Second Lieutenant (2d Lt)
O-2 First Lieutenant (1st Lt)
O-3 Captain (Capt)
O-4 Major (Maj)
O-5 Lieutenant Colonel (Lt Col)
O-6 Colonel (Col)
O-7 Brigadier General (Brig Gen)
O-8 Major General (Maj Gen)
O-9 Lieutenant General (Lt Gen)
O-10 General (Gen)


United States Marine Corps (USMC)
E-1 Private (Pvt)
E-2 Private First Class (PFC)
E-3 Lance Corporal (LCpl)
E-4 Corporal (Cpl)
E-5 Sergeant (Sgt)
E-6 Staff Sergeant (SSgt)
E-7 Gunnery Sergeant (GySgt)
E-8 Master Sergeant (MSgt)/First Sergeant (1stSgt)
E-9 Master Gunnery Sergeant (MGySgt)/Sergeant Major (SgtMaj)
E-9 Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps (SgtMajMC)
W-1 Warrant Officer (WO)
W-2 Chief Warrant Officer 2 (CWO2)
W-3 Chief Warrant Officer 3 (CWO3)
W-4 Chief Warrant Officer 4 (CWO4)
W-5 Chief Warrant Officer 5 (CWO5)
O-1 Second Lieutenant (2ndLt)
O-2 First Lieutenant (1stLt)
O-3 Captain (Capt)
O-4 Major (Maj)
O-5 Lieutenant Colonel (LtCol)
O-6 Colonel (Col)
O-7 Brigadier General (BGen)
O-8 Major General (MajGen)
O-9 Lieutenant General (LtGen)
O-10 General (Gen)
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Welcome to the United States Navy! / United States Navy: Forum Rules & Regulations
« Last post by J2001 on February 20, 2018, 01:04:07 AM »


United States Navy
Material Reference: Forum Rules & Regulations

  • No real life topics.
  • ABSOLUTELY NO real life pictures and or videos.
  • No flaming, trashing, racism or hate speech of ANY type.
  • All information including images must be a "PG-13" rating.
  • If a Service Member retires or quits, comments regarding what he/she are doing currently (if they went to a new military) are encouraged to be posted, but keep your comments clean and no trashing.
  • No double posting.
  • Excessive use of foul language is strictly prohibited.
  • No forum signature bigger then 600 x 250. If your signature is bigger then the indicated size, it will be removed. If you are a repeat offender, you will face a demotion or possible termination.
  • .GIF's in a signature cannot flash more than one image per second.
  • On the Skylarking board do not start pointless threads. (Eg; counting)

Failure to abide to these rules could result in a demotion or possible termination.
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Welcome to the United States Navy! / United States Navy: Rules of Engagement
« Last post by J2001 on February 20, 2018, 01:00:40 AM »



United States Navy
Material Reference: Rules of Engagement

The follow Rules of Engagement are incorporated by sections and will govern all personnel. You agree by joining the U.S. Navy to abide by these terms. All persons neglectful to abide by these terms are subject to disciplinary action. Any and all conflicts encouraged with the following sections are to be brought directly to the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO).


Section I: Obey the Habbo Way
As a member of the U.S. Navy and a member of the Habbo Hotel community you are expected to follow and abide to the Habbo Way. You are also required to follow the Terms and Conditions of Habbo Hotel, which you agreed to when you first registered on the hotel. This means that you must be at least 13 years old to be in this military.

Section II: Do not spam, flood or advertise
Spamming, flooding, advertising or any alternative method for recruitment and/or recruitment disruption is strictly prohibited, with the exception of clearance by the VCNO or CNO. By doing any of these activities reflect negatively on the U.S. Navy. This applies to all rooms found on Habbo Hotel. If caught doing so you risk of  a demotion or a possible termination.

Section III: One military job
As a service person of the U.S. Navy you are only entitled to one job. One job includes and is not limited to: militaries, mafias, police forces, "CIAs", role playing, etc. By engaging in another military, one detracts from the progression of the U.S. Navy and its affiliates. The only exception is that of the INT MOS, which needs special permission from the CNO and VCNO.

Section IV: Do not ask for testing, promotions, rights or pay
The Officers of the USN as well as the CNO have a lot of duties and are very busy. Promotions and testing are given on the basis of hard work and dedication to the U.S. Navy and its departments. Asking and/or using other means to obtain a greater rank violates the values of the DoN. Rights are only give to Officers of the U.S. Navy for the purpose of room management.

Section V: Always be fully dressed in uniform/motto/badge when entering the headquarters
In order to show respect, as well as to ensure that the headquarters is running smoothly it is mandatory that you enter the headquarters and the headquarters of allies in full badge, uniform and motto. Lobby camping in the headquarters is strictly prohibited, this includes if the service person is on a leave of absence.

Section VI: All persons are required to make their Habbo homepage, including widgets on the page visible.
For security reasons all personnel of the U.S. Navy are required to have their homepage unblocked. This also required the placement of certain widgets on the homepage:
  • My Profile
  • My Rooms
  • /My Achievements
  • My Friends
  • My Badges

These widgets also must be un-obscured by any medium. Members of the U.S. Navy are also required to "appear online" at all times they are on Habbo.

Section VII: Do not use derogatory language/slander involving negative remarks, race, gender, sexual preference, religion or creed.
In accordance with the Habbo Way it is strictly prohibited to use derogatory language and/or slander to any person on the hotel. Swearing within the headquarters is permitted, but to be kept at a minimum. Excessive swearing may lead to discipline.

Section VIII: Respect all persons
In accordance with the Habbo Way, all persons are to be respected by all others. In an effort to maintain professionalism, any personal issues are to be dealt with outside the U.S. Navy property and work involving the U.S. Navy or its affiliates will be unbiased and respectful at all times.
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Policies and Procedures / United States Navy: Uniform Code of Military Justice
« Last post by J2001 on February 09, 2018, 01:27:22 PM »


United States Navy
Material Reference: Uniform Code of Military Justice

Index
Chapter 1 - General Provisions
Section 1.1 - Definitions
Section 1.2 - Persons Subject to the UCMJ
Section 1.3 - Jurisdiction
Section 1.4 - Amendments to the UCMJ

Chapter 2 - Non-Judicial Punishment
Section 2.1 - Enlisted/Warrant Officer Non-Judicial Punishment
Section 2.2 - Commissioned Officer Non-Judicial Punishment
Section 2.3 - Rights of the Accused
Section 2.4 - Letter of Admonition

Chapter 3 - Punitive Articles
Article 1 - Aiding the Enemy
Article 2 - Absence without Leave
Article 3 - Disrespect to Fellow Soldier/Superior
Article 4 - Insubordinate Conduct
Article 5 - Cruelty and Maltreatment
Article 6 - Desertion
Article 7 - Perjury
Article 8 - Riot or Breach of Peace
Article 9 - Violation of Sulake Terms and Agreement
Article 10 - Unstable Account Security
Article 11 - Malfeasance in Office
Article 12 - Operational Security Risk
Article 13 - Resignation to Avoid Punishment
Article 14 - General Article

Chapter 4 - Demotions and Discharges
Section 4.1 - Demotions
Section 4.2 - Honorable Discharge
Section 4.3 - General Discharge
Section 4.4 - Dishonorable Discharge

Chapter 5 - Appeals Process

Chapter 1 - General Provisions
Section 1.1 - Definitions
CNO - Chief of Naval Operations
VCNO - Vice Chief of Naval Operations
DNS - Director, Naval Staff
DCNO MPTE - Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Manpower, Training and Education
NAVINSGEN - Naval Inspector General
ONAVINSGEN - Office of the Naval Inspector General
AWOL - Absence without Leave
NJP - Non-Judicial Punishment
UCMJ - Uniform Code of Military Justice

Section 1.2 - Persons Subject to the UCMJ
All personnel of the United States Navy, whether on active duty or reserves.

Section 1.3 - Jurisdiction
The Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) is administered by the Office of Vice Chief of Naval Operations. The Naval Inspector General is solely responsible for the sustained enforcement of the UCMJ.

Section 1.4 - Amendments to the UCMJ
Amendments to the UCMJ are made by the Vice Chief of Naval Operations with consent and approval from the Chief of Naval Operations. The CNO may make changes to the UCMJ as needs of the United States Navy may change at any given notice. An announcement will be made following any amendments made to the UCMJ.

Chapter 2 - Non-Judicial Punishment
Non-Judicial Punishment, herein referred to as NJP, is any form of punishment prescribed by a commanding officer to any member of the United States Marine Corps without the need for further review by the NAVINSGEN and/or the CNO and/or VCNO and/or DNS.

Section 2.1 - Enlisted/Warrant Officer Non-Judicial Punishment
The following are the types of NJP able to be imposed on enlisted and warrant officer personnel:

Letter of Admonition (Infraction Slip)
Removal of AIT's
Temporary reduction of rank for no more than 7 days
Permanent reduction of one rank

Section 2.2 - Commissioned Officer Non-Judicial Punishment
The following are the types of NJP able to be imposed on commissioned officer personnel:

Letter of Admonition (Infraction Slip)
Removal of AIT's

Section 2.3 - Letter of Admonition
A letter of admonition (also known as an infraction slip) is given to a subordinate ranking member by a superior commissioned officer, or by a member of the ONAVINSGEN (Military Police). Master-at-Arms officers have the obligation to submit letters of admonition to any ranking member of the United States Navy, regardless of rank. A letter of admonition will be distributed for every offense against the UCMJ that is committed. The handling of letters of admonition will be charted by members of the ONAVINSGEN.

Chapter 3 - Punitive Articles
Art. 1: Aiding the enemy; any person who, without proper authority, knowingly harbors, protects, or gives intelligence to, or communicates/corresponds with, or holds any intercourse with the enemy.
First offence: dishonorable discharge

Art. 2: Absence without leave; any person who, without authority, withdraws or remains absent from his duties as a soldier for seven (7) or more days.
First offence: general discharge; see HQDON, DCNO MPTE, or BUPERs staff for reinstatement.

Art. 3: Disrespect toward fellow sailor/superior; any person subject to this article who behaves with disrespect toward his subordinate(s) or superiors shall be punished.
First offence: verbal warning up to letter of admonition, depending on severity of offense
Second offence: temporary demotion (7 days), promotion lock x1 month.
Third offence: dishonorable discharge

Art. 4: Insubordinate conduct; any person subject to this article who wilfully disobeys a lawful, dutiful command of a superior.
First offence: letter of admonition
Second offence: demotion by one rank (temporary demotion may be utilised with discretion of the officer in relation to the severity of the offence)
Third offence: dishonorable discharge

Art. 5: Cruelty and maltreatment; any person subject to this article who is cruel toward, or provides maltreatment, towards any other member.
First offense: letter of admonition with temporary demotion (7 days), promotion lock x1 month.
Second offence: dishonorable discharge

Art. 6: Desertion; any person who seeks out and accepts a position in another place of employment in addition to the United States Marine Corps shall be punished.
First offence: general discharge (pardon request not necessary for return)

Art. 7: Perjury; any marine who in a judicial proceeding or in a course of justice wilfully and corruptly, upon a lawful oath, or in any form allowed by law to be substituted for an oath, gives any false testimony material to the issue or matter of inquiry.
First offence: dishonorable discharge

Art. 8: Riot or breach of peace; any person who causes or participates in any riot or breach of peace shall be punished.
First offense: letter of admonition with demotion by three ranks, promotion lock x1 month.
Second offence: dishonorable discharge

Art. 9: Violation of Sulake terms and agreement; any person found guilty of violating the “Habbo Way,” shall be punished.
All punishments are based on discretion of the officer.

Art. 10: Unstable account security; any member who poses a security risk by means of allowing access to their account(s) (e.g. Habbo account, forum account) by a third party without consent of the CNO/VCNO/DNS/NAVINSGEN.
First offence: letter of admonition and demotion by two ranks
Second offence: dishonorable discharge

Art. 11: Malfeasance in office; any member who uses their rank, position or title to abuse their authority in a conduct unbecoming manner towards personnel, civilians, or members of foreign agencies; or, the commission of an unlawful act, done in an official capacity, which affects the performance of official duties.
First offense: letter of admonition with demotion by one rank and removal from command position.
Second offence: dishonorable discharge

Art. 12: Operational security risk; any member who intentionally promotes, releases, exploits, or advertises files and/or directives pertaining to operational security (OPSEC), shall be punished.
First offence: dishonorable discharge

Art. 13: Resignation to avoid punishment; any member who intentionally submits a letter of resignation as a form of avoiding a punishment served by a superior.
First offence: dishonorable discharge

Art. 14: General article; though not specifically mentioned previously, all disorders and neglects to the prejudice of good order and discipline in the United States Navy, all conduct of a nature to bring discredit upon the United States Navy, and crimes and offences not capital, of which persons subject to this article may be guilty, shall be taken cognisance of by a general, special, or summary court martial, according to the nature and degree of the offence, and shall be punished.

All punishments are based on discretion of the officer, but shall include a letter of admonition.

Chapter 4 - Demotions and Discharges
Section 4.1 - Demotions
All demotions must be carried out by a sailor’s commanding officer. For conduct that violates the UCMJ that is observed by a superior who is not the sailors's commanding officer, said behavior must be documented and submitted via Complaint Form (CF) to the commanding officer of the sailor in violation. The commanding officer shall review the CF and distribute punishment as appropriate, following the guidelines set forth by the UCMJ. Any commissioned officer may deliver a demotion to a sailor who does not belong to a military occupational specialty. All permanent demotions must be documented using the appropriate Dishonorable Discharge & Demotion Record Form on the Personnel Tracking System (PTS).

Section 4.2 - Honorable Discharge
Honorable discharges are granted by members of Bureau of Naval Personnel. To receive an honorable discharge, a sailor must have received a good rating for their service and have served in the United States Navy for no less than sixty (60) days. The sailor’s direct commanding officer must affirm that the marine requesting the honorable discharge served admirably.  If a member who received an honorable discharge wishes to return to the United States Navy, said member may return at the same rank he or she was honorably discharged with in accordance with the Time-in-Grade table.

Section 4.3 - General Discharge
General discharges are granted by members of Bureau of Naval Personnel. To receive a general discharge, a sailor must have received a satisfactory rating for their service and have served in the United States Sailor for no less than ten (10) days. The sailor’s direct commanding officer must affirm that the sailor requesting the general discharged served with satisfaction. A sailor with more than sixty days of service may also receive a General Discharge if their service within the United States Navy was less than honorable. If a member who received a general discharge wishes to return to the United States Navy, said member may return with a -1 rank demotion in accordance with the Time-in-Grade table.

Section 4.4 - Dishonorable Discharge
A dishonorable discharge can be delivered by any commissioned officer of the United States Navy for any reason listed under Chapter 3 of the UCMJ, or for any reason deemed appropriate by the Headquarters, Department of the Navy. Dishonorable discharges will also be administered to those resigning from the United States Marine Corps with less than ten (10) days served.  If a member who received a dishonorable discharge wishes to return to the United States Marine Corps, said member must submit a pardon request to the ONAVINSGEN. The pardon request will be investigated and reviewed to determine whether the request will be granted or denied.

Chapter 5 - Appeals Process
Any member who has received a punishment may request a punishment appeal if he or she feels as though the punishment is unjust. The ONAVINSGEN will investigate the appeal request and render it granted or denied within five (5) days of appeal submission.

If the ONAVINSGEN appeal review is not accepted by said member, he or she may request a review by the CNO/VCNO. The CNO/VCNO will investigate the appeal request and render it granted or denied within seven (7) days of appeal submission. This is the final appeal stage.
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Policies and Procedures / United States Navy: Uniform Regulations
« Last post by J2001 on February 03, 2018, 09:21:27 PM »


United States Navy
Material Reference: Uniform Regulations

The United States Navy has four different uniform classes, each for different occasions. The Naval Service Uniform (NSU), is to be worn at all times when inside the headquarters of the U.S. Navy and is considered the day-to-day uniform of all active Sailors. The Naval Ceremonial Dress Uniform (NCDU), is worn at all ceremonial occasions, including events such as a Meritorious Mast or a service held by a Chaplain. The Naval Sword Dress Uniform (NSDU), is to be worn at all outdoor activities, when a formal uniform is required.

Section I - Uniforms
Sub-Section I - Naval Service Uniform (NSU)
The Naval Service Uniform (NSU), is the uniform worn on a day-to-day basis by all Sailors. All Sailors are to wear a cover in this uniform when outdoors, or when holding a post of importance (e.g. when acting as sentry). The photographic representation indicates which Habbo VIP colors may be used with these uniforms. In the case of VIP black, a dark grey may be used by all individuals who do not have VIP. Ties may be worn by both VIP and those who lack it. The female shoe articles for those wearing an authorized skirt may wear high heels or flat shoes.

Article A - Enlisted (E-1 to E-3)
The male uniform entails a khaki short sleeved breast pocketed shirt, dark grey pocketed slacks, black duty belt and black service boots. The male alternative uniform entails a khaki long sleeved breast pocketed shirt, a khaki tie, dark grey pocketed slacks, black duty belt and black service boots. The female uniform entails a khaki short sleeve Asian swirl shirt, dark grey pocketed slacks, black duty belt and black service boots. The female alternative uniform entails a khaki Asian swirl shirt, a dark grey skirt and black high heels or flats. The uniform is authorized a black cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.

Article B - Non-Commissioned Officers & Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (E-4 to E-9)
The male uniform entails a khaki short sleeved breast pocketed shirt, dark grey pocketed slacks, black duty belt and black service boots. The male alternative uniform entails a khaki long sleeved breast pocketed shirt, a khaki tie, dark grey pocketed slacks, black duty belt and black service boots. The female uniform entails a khaki short sleeve Asian swirl shirt, dark grey pocketed slacks, black duty belt and black service boots. The female alternative uniform entails a khaki Asian swirl shirt, a dark grey skirt and black high heels or flats. The uniform is authorized a black cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.

Article C - Warrant Officers & Midshipmans  (W-2 to O-0)
The male uniform entails a khaki short sleeved breast pocketed shirt, khaki pocketed slacks, khaki duty belt and black service boots. The male alternative uniform entails a khaki long sleeved breast pocketed shirt, a khaki tie, khaki pocketed slacks, khaki duty belt and black service boots. The female uniform entails a khaki short sleeve Asian swirl shirt, khaki -pocketed slacks, khaki duty belt and black service boots. The female alternative uniform entails a khaki Asian swirl shirt, a khaki grey skirt and black high heels or flats. The uniform is authorized a khaki cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.

Article D - Commissioned Officers (O-1 to O-10)
The male uniform entails a white short sleeved breast pocketed shirt, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt and white service boots. The male alternative uniform entails a white long sleeved breast pocketed shirt, a white tie, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt and white service boots. The female uniform entails a white short sleeve Asian swirl shirt, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt and white service boots. The female alternative uniform entails a white Asian swirl shirt, a white grey skirt and white high heels or flats. The uniform is authorized a white cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.

Article E - Office of the Chief of Naval Operation (OPNAV)
All Sailors enlisted as members of the Office of Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV) are required to wear the appropriate uniform from the NSU, under Section I, Sub-Section I, Article D. This must be worn at all times when the NSU is required. The male uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt and white service boots. The female uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt and white service boots. The female alternative uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, a white skirt and white high heels or flats. The uniform is authorized a white cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.

Article E - Recruit Division Commanders (RDC)
All Sailors enlisted as Recruit Division Commanders (RDC) are required to wear the appropriate uniform from the NSU, under Section I, Sub-Section I, Article E. This must be worn at all times when the NSU is required. The male uniform entails a navy blue short sleeve breast pocketed shirt, navy blue pocketed slacks, dark grey service belt and black service boots. The male alternative uniform entails a navy blue long sleeved breast pocketed shirt, a navy blue tie, navy blue pocketed slacks, dark grey service belt and black service boots. The female uniform entails a navy blue Asian swirl shirt, navy blue pocketed slacks, dark grey service belt and black service boots. The uniform is authorized a black cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.

Article F - Photographic Representations
Enlisted (E-1 to E-3)



Non-Commissioned Officers & Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (E-4 to E-9)



Warrant Officers & Midshipmans (W-2 to O-0)



Commissioned Officers (O-1 - O-10)



Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV)



Recruit Division Commanders (RDC)




Sub-Section II - Naval Ceremonial Dress Uniforms (NCDU)
The Naval Ceremonial Dress Uniform (NCDU), is the uniform worn at all formal occasions by all Sailors. The photographic representation indicates which Habbo VIP colors may be used with these uniforms. In the case of this section of Section I, there are no specialized uniforms for the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV) or Recruit Division Commanders (RDC). In the case of VIP black, a dark grey may be used by all individuals who do not have VIP. Ties may be worn by both VIP and those who lack it. The female shoe articles for those wearing an authorized skirt may wear high heels or flat shoes.

Article A - Enlisted (E-1 to E-3)
The male uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white non-pocketed slacks, white duty belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white non-pocketed slacks, white duty belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female alternative uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, a white skirt, white high heels or flats and a white cover.

Article B - Non-Commissioned Officers & Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (E-4 to E-9)
The male uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female alternative uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, a white skirt, white high heels or flats and a white cover.

Article C - Warrants Officers & Commissioned Officers (W-2 to O-10)
The male uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female alternative uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, a white skirt, white high heels or flats and a white cover.

Article D - Photographic Representations
Enlisted (E-1 to E-3)



Non-Commissioned Officers & Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (E-4 to E-9)



Warrants Officers & Commissioned Officers (W-2 to O-10)


Article E - Authorized Color Usage



Sub-Section III - Naval Sword Dress Uniform (NSDU)
The Naval Sword Dress Uniform (NSDU), is the uniform worn at all ceremonial occasions by all Sailors. The photographic representation indicates which Habbo VIP colors may be used with these uniforms. In the case of this section of Section I, there are no specialized uniforms for the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV) or Recruit Division Commanders (RDC). In the case of VIP black, a dark grey may be used by all individuals who do not have VIP. Ties may be worn by both VIP and those who lack it. The female shoe articles for those wearing an authorized skirt may wear high heels or flat shoes.

Article A - Enlisted (E-1 to E-3)
The male uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white non-pocketed slacks, white service belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white non-pocketed slacks, white service belt, white service boots and a white cover.

Article B - Non-Commissioned Officers & Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (E-4 to E-9)
The male uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white service belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white service belt, white service boots and a white cover.

Article C - Warrant Officers & Commissioned Officers (W-2 to O-10)
The male uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white service belt, white service boots and a white cover. The male alternative uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white sword belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white service belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female alternative uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white sword belt, white service boots and a white cover.

Article D - Photographic Representations
Enlisted (E-1 to E-3)



Non-Commissioned Officers & Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (E-4 to E-9)



Warrants Officers & Commissioned Officers (W-2 to O-10)




Section II - Grooming Standards
Sub-Section I - Skin Tones
Red - Indicates that the skin tone is not permitted in the U.S. Navy.



Sub-Section II - Hair

Article A - Female Hair
Red - Indicates that the hair is not permitted in the U.S. Navy.
Green - Indicates that the hair is permitted to be worn in all U.S. Navy facilities, by female personnel.



Article B - Male Hair
Red - Indicates that the hair is not permitted in the U.S. Navy.
Green - Indicates that the hair is permitted to be worn in all U.S. Navy facilities, by male personnel.



Article C - Facial Hair
Red - Indicates that the facial hair is not permitted in the U.S. Navy.
Green - Indicates that the facial hair is permitted to be worn in all U.S. Navy facilities, by all personnel.
Blue - Indicates that the facial hair is permitted to be worn in all U.S. Navy facilities, by only male personnel.



Section III - Accessories
Sub-Section I - Chest Accessories
Red - Indicates that the chest article is not permitted in the U.S. Navy.
Green - Indicates that the chest article may be worn by all U.S. Navy personnel.
Blue - Indicates that the chest article may be worn by all male U.S. Navy personnel.
Teal - Indicates that the chest article may be worn by all Recruit Division Commanders. (Dark Grey and Grey Only)
Orange - Indicates that the chest article may be worn by personnel who are apart of the ONAVINSGEN (Gold Only)
Yellow - Indicates that the chest article may be worn by personnel who have received a medal/decoration while enlisted at the U.S. Navy.
Maroon - Indicates that the chest article may be worn with the evening dress uniform.



Sub-Section II - Eye Wear
Red - Indicates that the eye wear is not permitted in the U.S. Navy.
Green - Indicates that the eye wear may be worn by all U.S. Navy personnel. (Black and White Only)
Purple - Indicates that the eye wear may be worn by personnel awarded with one or more Purple Heart



Sub-Section III - Ear Accessories
Red - Indicates that the ear wear is not permitted in the U.S. Navy.
Pink - Indicates that the ear wear may be worn by all female U.S. Navy personnel. (White Only)

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Policies and Procedures / United States Navy: Medals and Decorations
« Last post by J2001 on February 03, 2018, 02:34:38 PM »


United States Navy
Material Reference: Medals and Decorations

Bracket I - Medal of Honor
Meritorious Mast Limit - 1

Medal of Honor
The Medal of Honor is the United States of America's highest military honor, awarded for personal acts of valor above and beyond the call of duty. It is presented to those who distinguish themselves by an outstandingly exceptional term of servie far beyond those of his or her peers. The individual should have contributed an extraordinary amount of dedication and work to the U.S. Navy whtether in peace or in war.
Device: Valor device denotes additional awards.

Bracket II - Special Operations Medals
Meritorious Mast Limit - At the discretion of the CNO, VCNO

Navy Cross
The Navy Cross may be awarded to any member of the U.S. Department of Defense while serving with the United States Navy, who distinguishes himself or herself in action by extraordinary heroism not justifying an award of the Medal of Honor. The act(s) to be commended must be perform in the presence of great personal risk and must be perform in such a manner as to render the individual highly conspicuous among others of equal grade, rate, experience or position of responsibility.
Device: Gold and Silver Star devices denote additional awards.


Silver Star
The Silver Star is awarded for gallantry not justifying the award of the Navy Cross. The gallantry displayed must have taken place while in action against an enemy of the U.S. Navy while engaged in military operations involving conflict with an opposing force, or while serving with friendly foreign forces engaged in an armed conflict against an opposing armed force in which the U.S. Navy is not a belligerent party.
Device: Bronze and Silver Oak Leaf devices denote additional awards.


Bronze Star
The Bronze Star is awarded for gallantry not justifying the Silver Star. It is awarded to those who have performed in special operations will gallantry and have distinguished themselves at a higher level of performance those those of their peers.
Device: Bronze and Silver Oak Leaf devices denote additional awards.


Purple Heart
The Purple Heart is awarded to any member of the Armed Forces of the United States, who wile serving under competent authority in any capacity with one of the branches of the U.S. Navy has received a ban of any type.
Device: Gold and Silver Star devices denote additional awards.


Navy Presidential Unit Citation
The Navy Presidential Unit Citation is awarded in the name of the President of the United States to units of the U.S. Navy that have committed an extraordinary high amount of time and work into their unit. Awarded to all members of the specified unit at the time of the operations peak.
Device: Sold and Silver Star devices denote additional awards.

Bracket III - Command Commendation Medals
Meritorious Mast Limit - 2


Defense Distinguished Service Medal
The Defense Distinguished Service Medal is awarded only while assigned to a joint activity. Normally, such responsibilities deserving of the Defense Distinguished Service Medal are held by the most senior officers such as the Chief and Vice Chief of Naval Operations, Commanders and Deputy Commanders of the Combatant Commands and OPNAV, etc, in addition, the medal may also be awarded to other service members whose direct and individual contributions to National security or National defense are recognized as being so exceptional in scope of value as to be equivalent to contributions normally associated with positions encompassing broader responsibilities.
Device: Bronze and Silver Oak Leaf devices denote additional awards.


Navy Distinguished Service Medal
The Navy Distinguished Service Medal is bestowed upon members of the Navy who distinguish themselves by exceptionally meritorious service to the U.S. Navy in duty of great responsibility. To justify this decoration, exceptional performance of duty must be clearly above that normally expected, and contributes to the success of a major command or project.
Device: Gold and Silver Star devices denote additional awards.


Defense Superior Service Medal
The Defense Superior Service Medal is awarded to members of the U.S. Navy who have rendered superior meritorious service while serving in a position of great responsibility. This service must be as part of a joint activity. Service members assigned to or attached to a Joint Task Force as individuals not members of a specific military service's unit, can be eligible for the DSSM.
Device: Bronze and Silver Oak Leaf devices denote additional awards.


Legion of Merit
The Legion of Merit is awarded to members of the U.S. Navy, awarded without reference to degree. It is awarded for exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services and achievements. The performance must have been such as to merit recognition of key individuals for service rendered in a clearly exceptional manner.
Device: Valor device denotes additional awards.

Bracket IV - General Commendation Medals
Meritorious Mast Limit - 2


Meritorious Service Medal
The Meritorious Service Medal is awarded to personnel who have distinguished themselves to an extraordinary high degree of service in their work among their peers; should consistently show leadership and expertise not only in their own departments, but in HQ as well and who are members of an MOS will be awarded a Meritorious Service Medal, unless a person without a MOS has performed to a higher degree than all service members.
Device: Bronze and Silver Oak Leaf devices denote additional awards.


Navy Commendation Medal
The Navy Commendation Medal is a mid-level U.S. Navy decoration which is presented for sustained acts of heroism or meritorious service. For valorous actions in direct contact with an enemy force, but of a lesser degree than required for the Bronze Star Medal.
Device: Gold and Silver Star devices denote additional awards.


Navy Achievement Medal
The Naval Achievement Medal is awarded to personnel who have distinguished themselves to a respectable degree in their work among their peers beyond that minimally required of them. In addition, awarded to personnel who have distinguished themselves far beyond their peers in HQ work including recruiting, training, sentrying and act as the CoG or OOD.
Device: Gold and Silver Star devices denote additional awards.

Bracket V - Joint Commendation Medals
Meritorious Mast Limit - 1


Defense Meritorious Service Medal
Awarded for the same stipulations as outlined in the Joint Service Commendation Medal but to an exceptionally higher degree and for notably longer term of service.
Device: Bronze and Silver Oak Leaf devices denote additional awards.


Joint Service Commendation Medal
Awarded for two different occasions. (1) Awarded to those members who actively and willingly participate in two MOS for an extended period of time.
Device: Bronze and Silver Oak leaf devices denote additional awards.

Bracket VI - Standard Medals
Meritorious Mast Limit - Awarded upon meeting requirements


Navy Recruit Training Service Ribbon
Awarded to Sailors upon completion of a successful Recruit Division Commander tour of duty; additional devices awarded based upon the number of Recruits trained throughout your tour.
Device: Bronze device denotes 50 trained recruits. Gold device denotes 100 trained recruits. Silver device denotes 150+ trained recruits.


Navy Good Conduct Medal
Awarded to all Sailors ranked Petty Officer First Class and higher for their commitment to the United States Navy.
Device: Bronze and Silver Star devices denote additional awards.


National Defense Service Medal
Awarded to all personnel ranked Petty Officer Third Class and higher upon completion of 3 month terms of continuous active duty.
Device: Gold Star device denotes additional awards.


Combat Action Ribbon
Awarded to all personnel Captain and above who have served in the Naval Special Warfare Development Group.
Device: Gold Star device denotes additional awards.


Navy Recruiting Service Ribbon
Enlisted assigned to recruiting duty will be eligible to receive the ribbon upon completion of a successful tour of duty ending with promotion to E-6. A service member who extends beyond the basic tour of duty will be eligible for the award upon completion of the extension period. Service members returning for subsequent tours will be eligible for subsequent awards upon completion of each tour. A service member's date of detachment from recruiting duty is considered the end of a qualifying tour of duty.
Device: Bronze and Silver Star devices denote additional awards.

Device Guide
Gold Star Device - awarded when Sailor has received same medal 2 times.
Silver Star Device - awarded when Sailor has received same medal 6 times.
Bronze Oak Leaf Device - awarded when Sailor has received same medal 2 times.
Silver Oak Leaf Device - awarded when Sailor has received same medal 6 times.
Valor Device - awarded when Sailor has received same medal 2 times.
Bronze Device - denotes 50 recruits trained. (Navy Recruit Training Service Ribbon)
Gold Device - denotes 100 recruits trained. (Navy Recruit Training Service Ribbon)
Silver Device - denotes 150 recruit trained. (Navy Recruit Training Service Ribbon)
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Policies and Procedures / United States Navy: Customs & Courtesies
« Last post by J2001 on February 02, 2018, 07:53:41 PM »


United States Navy
Material Reference: Customs & Courtesies

Section I.
Chain of Command:

Procedure of communication in which all marines are required to follow. When a marine acquires assistance, he/she is required to following the chain of command as follows:

  • Staff Non-Commissioned Officer
  • Warrant Officer
  • Commissioned Officer
  • HQDON
  • DNS
  • VCNO
  • CNO
When addressing fellow sailors please use this as a format:
  • Address all Officers higher than you in rank as Sir/Ma'am formally. An example of a formal situation is when reporting.
  • Address all sailors as [Rank] [Name] informally.
Section II.
Attention Procedure:
Sailors will stand one space in front of their seats at attention in the following occurrences:
  • Out ranking officer has entered headquarters past the interior gate.
  • "Attention on Deck!" is called.
  • Remain standing until "Rest," "Carry on," "As you were," is called.
Section III.
Saluting Procedure:
The salute is not simply an honor exchange, it is a privileged gesture of respect. It is done by one single Habbo wave, and is obligated in the following occurrences:

  • Sailors will salute when ordered to report.
  • The Sentry will salute all allied officers.
  • All Sailors will stand saluting during the National Anthem.
Section IV.
Reporting Procedure:
Reporting is used as the method for disciplinary actions as well as promotions. The following steps are to be taken when ordered to report:

  • Walk and stand directly in front of, and facing, the ordering officer.
  • Salute the officer, wait for a returning salute."
  • Say: "Sir/Ma'am, <Rank Name> reporting as ordered, Sir/Ma'am!"
  • When dismissed, salute the officer again, wait for a returning salute.
  • Finally, return to your previous place at attention.
Section V.
Cover Regulations:
Cover is usually worn when being ordered or in participation of Sentry Duty. Cover is also worn by all Recruit Division Commanders and Naval Education and Training Command Officers. Usually When the following occur:

  • Reporting for Active Sentry Duty.
  • Outside of HQ, authorizing and retaining to recruitment.

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