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  • 1. Naval Academy Preparatory School Indoctrination Day 23 Jul 2013
  • 2. Topics • Leadership • History • Mission / Demographics • Indoctrination Overview • Program Overview • Schedule of Important Dates • Summary and Questions
  • 3. Leadership • Commanding Officer CAPT Jim Cunha, USN • Executive Officer Major Andy Bourquin, USMC • Academic Dean Dr. Carl E. Crockett, PhD • Athletic Director Mr. Bryan Brouse • Command Services Director Mr. Mark Donahue, CAPT, USN (Ret) • Command Senior Chief HMCS (FMF/CAC) Beth Nilson, USN
  • 4. Baseball Coach (P/T) Staff Organization Superintendent USNA Commanding Officer NAPS Executive Officer Battalion OfficerAcademic Dean Math Dept Chemistry Dept Physics Dept English Dept Athletic Trainers (3) Lacrosse Coach Men’s Bball Coach Women’s Bball Coach Company Officers USMC O-3 USN O-3 USN O-3 Senior Enlisted Leaders USN E-7 USN E-7 USN E-7 Command Senior Chief Supply Officer BN DI E-7 Wrestling Coach Supply Clerk Football Coach (3) Learning Skills Athletic Director Info Tech Dept Command Services Director Admin Clerk 1st LT
  • 5. NAPS History • Informal classes 1915 • Formally established 1919 Signed by Under Secretary of the Navy Franklin D Roosevelt
  • 6. 1915 – 1920 Naval Station Newport Naval Station San Francisco 1921 – 1942 Naval Station Norfolk Naval Station San Diego 1942 – 1943 Naval Station Newport 1943 - 1949 NTC Bainbridge, MD 1949 - 1951 Naval Station Newport 1951 - 1974 NTC Bainbridge, MD 1974 – present Naval Station Newport NAPS History
  • 7. NAPS History 1915 – 1968 Fleet Sailors & Marines 1958 – 1961 Air Force C/Cs 1968 First “direct entries” 1976 First females 1979 – 2008 Coast Guard C/Cs 1991 – 2004 Merchant Marine M/Cs
  • 8. Distinguished Graduates Medal of Honor Recipients 2nd LT Robert D Reem, USMC Korean War USNA NAPS ‟44 1st Lt Frank S Reasoner, USMC Viet Nam War USMA NAPS ‟58 Capt Lance P Sijan, USAF Viet Nam War USAFA NAPS ‟61 Sijan Hall USAFA Arlington Cemetery Book and Movie
  • 9. Distinguished Graduates One USNA Superintendent VADM Edward C Waller, USN (Ret), ‟45 Two Naval War College Presidents VADM John T Hayward, USN (Ret), ‟26 RADM Edward F Welch, Jr, USN (Ret), ‟43 Commander, US Forces – Afghanistan Gen John Allen, USMC (Ret), „72 Astronauts Mercury 7 – Col Gordon Cooper, Jr, USMC (Ret), „46 Current – CDR Christopher J Cassidy, USN, ‟89 (500th person in space) Rhodes Scholar Capt Nicholas M Schmitz, USMC, „02
  • 10. Distinguished Graduates Military Leadership at USNA Captain Colonel William D Byrne, Jr, USN Bobbi Shea, USMC NAPS ‟83 NAPS „87 Commandant of Midshipmen Deputy Commandant
  • 11. ADM Samuel J Locklear, III, USN NAPS „73 Commander, U.S. Pacific Command 4 8 6 NAPS Alumni Active/Reserve Flag/General Officers
  • 12. “NAPS gave me all I needed not only to succeed at the Naval Academy, but also to become an officer of Marines. My NAPS experience would not only sustain me through the four demanding years of Annapolis, but would be a touch stone of values for many years thereafter. I cannot commend the program strongly enough.” General John Allen, USMC (Ret) NAPS „72 Commander, US Forces – Afghanistan NAPS Quote
  • 13. NAPS Mission To enhance Midshipman Candidates‟ moral, mental, and physical foundations to prepare them for success at the United States Naval Academy.
  • 14. What is NAPS…Really? Academics and Learning Skills Development Fitness Improvement Mil Trng Character Development Maturing Process Motivational Whole Person Academic Development Year of growth & development Year of scholarship
  • 15. Men 205 77% Women 61 23% NAPS 2014 – Gender & Service USNR 203 76% USN 52 20% USMC 11 4%
  • 16. Multiple Races 20 – 8% African American 64 – 24% Hispanic 42 – 16% Asian American 15 – 6% American Indian 9 – 3% Nat Hawaiian /Pac Islands 3 – 1% White 113 – 42% NAPS 2014 – Race/Ethnicity Non White = 58% Battalion (153 of 266)
  • 17. NAPS 14 – Profile Non-English Languages Spoken at Home 27% Spanish (41) Korean (3) Mandarin (1) Tagalog (7) Vietnamese (2) Polish (1) French (6) Greek (1) Portuguese (1) German (5) Japanese (1) Russian (1) Attend College • First in Family to Attend College – 11% • First Generation in Family to Attend College – 17%
  • 18. NAPS 14 – Relative Profile Parent Graduated from Academy • USAFA 1 • USNA 9 (0 NAPSters) Siblings Who Graduated from Academy • USAFA 1 • USMA 1 • USNA 7 Siblings in Attendance at Academy • USMMA 1 • USNA 5
  • 19. NAPS 14 – Continental US
  • 20. NAPS 14 – Alaska
  • 21. NAPS 14 – Hawaii
  • 22. NAPS 14– Profile Student Athletes: 107 • Lightweight Crew 1 • M Baseball 5 • M Basketball 8 • M Cross Country 3 • M Football 46 • M Lacrosse 17 • M Rifle 2 • M Track 4 • M Wrestling 12 • W Basketball 3 • W Soccer 2 • W Track 3 • W Volleyball 1
  • 23. Retention Rate Comparisons NAPS • Classes of „04 – ‟13: 82% • Class of „13: 78% (200 of 256) USNA • NAPSters („04 – ‟13): 79% • Direct Entries („04 – ‟13): 85% Post-USNA * Class of „99 @ 10 year point • Direct Entries 43% • NAPSters 43%
  • 24. Ripley Hall
  • 25. Ripley Hall Dorm Room
  • 26. NAPS Indoctrination Introduction to the Navy and Marine Corps – Naval heritage and traditions – Military customs and courtesies – Team building and unit pride – Introduction to physical requirements – Safety & security – Administrative processing – 100% successful completion
  • 27. • Admin - Induction Day - Orientation - Admin Processing ID Cards, Medical, Dental - Academics Placement Testing Learning Skills Scheduling Indoctrination
  • 28. Military Regimen • Drill • Uniform • Core Values • Character Development • Life Skills Orientation • Team Building Indoctrination
  • 29. Physical Fitness • Wellness • Physical Training • Sports Practices Indoctrination
  • 30. Indoctrination Schedule 23 Jul Induction Day 27 – 30 Jul Academic assessments 28 Jul 1st phone calls (7:00 – 8:00 PM) 3 Aug Sports team practices begin 10 Aug NITRO 14 Aug 1st Day of classes
  • 31. 0430 Reveille 0500 Physical Training 0630 Breakfast 0700 Training 1100 Lunch 1230 Training / Admin 1500 Sport Period 1715 Dinner 1800 Drill 2000 Hygiene / Personal Time 2100 Taps Indoctrination – Sample Day
  • 32. • Morning-long, culminating event at the end of INDOC • Team building • Platoon competition • Intense series of stations which challenge M/Cs NITRO NAPS INDOC Team Readiness Operation
  • 33. NITRO Events • Zodiac Boat Race • Wet and Sandy • Pull Up Challenge • Relay Race • Log PT • Truck Pull • LZ Drills • Maneuver Under Fire • Trash Bag Rafts
  • 34. NITRO Events • Physical Fitness • Mental Agility • Geometric Puzzles • Boggle • Racquet Ball Launch • Brain Basher Bridges • Marine Corps Combat Skills • Team Building Exercises • Heritage Awareness • Battalion Run O ═ C ─ N ═ O │ H N H O ║ N ═ I ═ ═ ═ C
  • 35. NITRO Events Naval Warfare Briefs • Surface Warfare • Submarines • SEALS • Naval Aviation • Information Dominance • Marine Corps Infantry
  • 36. 23 Jul I-Day 23 Jul–10 Aug Indoctrination 14 Aug Classes Commence 21 Sep Boston Trip 11 – 14 Oct Parents‟ Weekend 23 – 27 Oct Battalion Trip to USNA 27 Nov–1 Dec Thanksgiving Break 14 Dec Army-Navy Football Game 20 Dec–5 Jan Winter Break 21–30 Mar Spring Break 8 May Pass in Review & Graduation Ball 9 May Graduation Ceremony AY14 Calendar
  • 37. Daily Schedule Time Mon – Fri 0600 – 0730 Breakfast 0740 – 0855 Class 1 0905 – 1020 Class 2 1030 – 1145 Class 3 1150 – 1255 Lunch 1300 – 1415 Class 4 1415 – 1530 EI – Extra Instruction 1600 – 1745 Physical Training / Varsity Sports 1730 – 1830 Dinner 1900 – 2200 Study Hours 2300 Taps
  • 38. • Weekly Curriculum  Mathematics 5  Chemistry 4  English 4  Physics 4  Lrng Skills (MP1) 1  SAT (MP1 & MP2) 1 • Classes: 75 min • Programs:  Foundation  Intermediate  Advanced Academic Structure
  • 39. NAPS Academic Stars in USNA 2013 • Academic Excellence – USNA 13 – Logan K Baker – Aeronautical Engineering – Top 10% • 1st Regimental Commander (AY13, Fall Semester) • Exchange Program (USAFA) – Jamie L Vales – Systems Engineering – Top 15% – Stephanie M Flores – History – Top 20% – Joshua Hyland – History – Top 20% • Exchange Program (Russia) – Nathan M Swan – Quantitative Economics – Top 25% • Majors and Opportunities of Note – Exchange Program • 1 USAFA, 3 USMA • 1 China, 2 Jordan, 1 Morocco, 1 Russia – Dual Majors • Electrical Engr & Computer Engr – Russell J Keuling • Computer Sci & Information Tech – Matthew J Lassen – Majors • 10 Aeronautical Engr 2 Electrical Engr 7 Mechanical Engr • 2 Chemistry 1 Computer Science 3 Information Tech • 1 Physics 3 Arabic 1 Chinese
  • 40. Fall Football X Country Baseball Lacrosse Winter M Basketball W Basketball Wrestling Indoor Track Spring Baseball Lacrosse Outdoor Track Physical Education Weight Training, Strength & Conditioning, Physical Readiness Test / Body Fat, Swimming Varsity Sports Athletic Programs
  • 41. Athletic Programs
  • 42. • ENS Oscar Huntley, USN (wrestler) – USNA Men‟s Coaches‟ Calvert Award (Top 5 Ath Awards) (varsity letterwinner with leadership, consistent effort, loyalty & dedication. Took their ability beyond expectations of coach, peers, & themselves) • Midn 1/C Ray Borja (wrestling) & • Midn 3/C Mathew J Miller (wrestling) ̶ 2013 NCAA Championship qualifiers • Midn 1/C Teronda N Brown (tr & field) – Navy‟s Outdoor Shot Put Record (New Record: 14.47 m, Old Record: 14.30 m) • Midn 2/C Stephen Moore (baseball) ̶ First-Team All-Patriot League • Midn 2/C Anne C Foky (lacrosse) ̶ Patriot League Def Player of the Year ̶ 1st Team All-Patriot League – Goalkeeper • Ens Brijet N Mall (lacrosse) ̶ 1st Team All-Patriot League – Defense • Midn 1/C Matthew G Aiken (football) ̶ Football Co Captain for 2013 Season • 16 NAAA Blankets ̶ 3 Varsity Letters & 4 years in same sport Athletic Stars at USNA – AY13 NAPSters
  • 43. • Purpose. • Instill idea & role of naval service. • Introduce mission & history of naval service • Schedule. • Every other Friday during EI period • Topics. • Mission of the Navy • Fleet Officer Panel • Surface Warfare • Role of CPO/SNCO • Mission of the Marine Corps • Naval Aviation • Sub-Surface Warfare • Battle Study Military Training
  • 44. VADM Michael H Miller, USN USNA Superintendent RADM Terry J Benedict, USN Director, Strategic Systems Programs / NAPS ‟78 RADM John N Christenson, USN President, Naval War College RADM Earl L Gay, USN Commander, Navy Recruiting Command / NAPS „76 VADM Robert S Harward, USN Deputy Commander, U.S. Central Command / NAPS ‟75 ADM Samuel J Locklear, III, USN Commander, U.S. Pacific Command / NAPS ‟73 RDML Kevin M Sweeney, USN Commander, Carrier Strike Group TEN Col Arthur J Athens, USMC (Ret) Director, Stockdale Center for Ethics and Leadership Capt Nicholas Schmitz, USMC USNA Instructor, Rhodes Scholar / NAPS „02 Character Development Speakers
  • 45. • Purpose: – Provides for goods and services required for each Midshipman Candidate (M/C) such as textbooks and NAPS physical training gear. – Provides opportunities for structured extra-curricular involvement such as the New York City trip, Army Navy Game and the Graduation Ball. • Amount: – $2,100 per M/C – Paid through 8 monthly payroll deductions – Scholarship awards may be applied • Checks must be received from the awarding organization and made out to “NAPS BAF” – Unspent funds will be returned in form of “Yard Cards” during the fall of Plebe year Battalion Activity Fund (BAF)
  • 46. • Goals: – Provide mentorship and role modeling. – Promote growth and an understanding of the Navy‟s core values. • Sponsors: – Senior military or affiliated civilians with extensive DoD backgrounds. – Naval War College, surface warfare, aviators, submariners, JAGs, combat arms, etc. Sponsor Program
  • 47. Community Service • Battleship Cove • Special Olympics • Northeast Sailing Regatta • Ski Event • Olympic Games • Habitat for Humanity • Local Homeless Shelter • Women‟s Center
  • 48. Community Service
  • 49. • CQPA ≥ 2.2 • Improved / Sustained grades • Improved / Sustained SAT scores • Pass the Physical Readiness Test • Within Body Fat Standards (male – 20%, female – 30%) • Recommendation of NAPS Commanding Officer • Aptitude • Honor • Conduct USNA Appointment Requirements
  • 50. USNA ADMISSIONS Admission to the Class of 2018 • Another application for admission is not required, but consideration for admission still requires: • Update of personal information  Completed in spring by NAPSter • Admissions Board evaluation • Physical fitness evaluation • Medical qualificiation • Nomination
  • 51. USNA ADMISSIONS From NAPS to USNA • Nomination(s) – NAPSters receive Secretary of the Navy nomination by virtue of their enlistment to attend NAPS. – To meet Title 10 USC mandates, we require, every NAPSTER seek a nomination from Congressional sources.  Congressman/congresswoman  Senators  Vice President (online form) – Other sources – Presidential, etc. – It’s a win scenario with many congressional offices. – Not all will be successful – that is OK.
  • 52. USNA ADMISSIONS From NAPS to USNA • Medical – A new medical evaluation is not required – DODMERB examination is good for 2 years. – Must maintain good health. – A waiver may be required if medical status at NAPS changes.
  • 53. NAPS ADMISSIONS BOARD • NAPS Admissions Board – Comprised of senior leaders from both USNA and NAPS staff – “Whole Person” concept  Look at moral, mental and physical development at NAPS – Make appointment recommendations to the Superintendent who is the final authority for admission
  • 54. Parent‟s Weekend Friday, 11 October to Monday, 14 October Friday 1000 Pass-in-Review 1130 Liberty Saturday 0900 Cross-Country 1200 Baseball (doubleheader) 1300 Liberty expires 1400 Football (mandatory) 1600 Liberty Monday 1830 Liberty expires
  • 55. NAPS Breaks Thanksgiving Wednesday, 27 November 1230 Liberty PVD flights no earlier than 1530 BOS flights no earlier than 1730 Sunday, 1 December 1830 Liberty expires
  • 56. NAPS Breaks Winter Break Friday, 20 December 1630 Leave period begins PVD flights no earlier than 1930 BOS flights no earlier than 2130 Sunday, 5 January 1830 Leave period ends
  • 57. NAPS Breaks Spring Break Friday, 21 March 1230 Leave period begins PVD flights no earlier than 1530 BOS flights no earlier than 1730 Sunday, 30 March 1830 Leave period ends
  • 58. Frequently Asked Questions • Should sons/daughters be included in our auto and health insurance policies? • How can one request a letter of enrollment? POC: Steve Arendt arendt@naps.edu 401.841.3488 • Is admission to the USNA automatic?
  • 59. Frequently Asked Questions • Does NAPS send a grade report to parents? • What is the legal age for drinking alcoholic beverages? • Will parents be informed if any unsatisfactory honor, conduct or academic issue occurs? • Are there opportunities to attend religious services?
  • 60. Frequently Asked Questions • How and when can I make contact with a NAPS staff member? Command Duty Officer (24/7) 401.641.0752 M/Cs‟ Company Officer 401.841.XXXX • Is NAPS connected with social media? NAPS Websites: www.usna.edu/NAPS/ Facebook – NAPS NAVAL ACADEMY PREPARATORY SCHOOL Facebook – Parents NAPS CLASS OF 2014 PARENTS
  • 61. Frequently Asked Questions • How and when can I contact my candidate? – Address for Midshipman Candidates: M/C John Paul Jones Naval Academy Preparatory School Company (1/2/3), Platoon (1/2) 440 Meyerkord Ave Newport, RI 02841-1519 • Cell Phone contact – How frequently should I call my candidate? – When is the best time to call? – How long should the call take?
  • 62. Frequently Asked Questions • How and when can I visit my candidate? – Availability during week & weekends • What are the arrangements to get on Naval Station Newport? – Weekend visit with son or daughter – NAPS Athletic Event Who is the POC for the BAF (Battalion Activities Fund)? CAPT Mark Donahue, USN (Ret) donahue@naps.edu (401) 841-1340
  • 63. TRANSITION “RESPONSES” • Mom / Dad . . . Its really hard . . . • Words of encouragement: Effort Caring Development Energy Discipline Planning Teamwork Use of Time Maturity High Ground Thinking Sacrifice Perspective Innovation Consideration Learning • I‟m so proud of your effort / energy / perseverance / work ethic…
  • 64. Summary • NAPS will be: – First exposure to the military – Challenging experience – Meant to develop esprit de corps • It‟s a Team Effort ! ! !
  • 65. Questions?