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    • Officer Recruiter 1
    •  Mission of Officer Training Command, Newport, RI (OTCN) Overview of ◦ Direct Commission Officer Indoctrination Course (DCOIC) ◦ Officer Development School (ODS) ◦ Officer Candidate School (OCS) Physical Fitness Training Requirements Common to All Programs 08/29/12 2
    •  Mission ◦ To develop civilians, enlisted, and newly commissioned personnel morally, mentally, and physically and imbue them with the highest ideals of honor, courage, and commitment in order to prepare graduates for service in the fleet as Naval Officers.
    •  ODS & OCS: ◦ Per the Joint Federal Travel Regulations,  Members travel entitlement is duty station to duty station.  Students should have already completed all preparations for their permanent change of station to their ultimate duty station prior to reporting to OTC, Newport.  Members will only be authorized travel entitlement from Newport, RI to their Ultimate Duty Station.
    • Officer Recruiter 5
    •  Course Number ◦ Q-9B-0024 Title ◦ Direct Commission Officer Indoctrination Location ◦ Officer Training Command Newport, RI  Length ◦ 12 Days Student UIC ◦ 66949 Students MUST obtain a quota from Officer Training Command DCO Quota Controller. ◦ STUDENTS WITHOUT QUOTAS WILL BE SENT HOME. 08/29/12 6
    • Direct Commission Officer’s Indoctrination Course(DCO) is an intensive 2 week course designed toprepare students for their future as a commissionedofficer by providing the basic knowledge of thenavalprofession and its relatedmilitary subjects. It willprovide moral, mental andphysical development, andInstill the highest ideals ofduty, honor and loyalty.
    • 90 hours of instruction in Naval Leadership, Naval Administration, Naval Organization, Sea Power, Military Law, Military Indoctrination, Third ClassSwim, with time allotted for Physical Conditioning. 08/29/12 8
    •  Military Indoctrination: ◦ Basic military customs and courtesies, basic uniform assembly and requirements, inspection procedures and training requirements. Naval Leadership: ◦ Subjects include leadership qualities, motivational theories, team building, management skills, decision making, goal setting and action planning, communication processes and public speaking skills. Practical applications to demonstrate leadership skills. 08/29/12 9
    •  Physical Training: ◦ There are two Physical Fitness Assessments (PFA), the Indoctrination PFA and the Out-PFA. Room & Locker Inspection (RLP): ◦ A Officer’s room is subject to inspection anytime. To ensure cleanliness and maintain standards, room inspections occur at regular intervals in lieu of zone inspections. Rooms are to be maintained in accordance with the daily room standards. Personnel Inspection (PI): ◦ Each Officer will be inspected for proper uniform, haircut, shave, knowledge, hygiene and general military appearance. 08/29/12 10
    •  Drill: ◦ Approximately 5 hours are spent learning and practicing drill. Officer’s also march to and from every evolution. Graduation Ceremony: ◦ The final exercise as an Officer is the Graduation Ceremony. ◦ Performed in Callaghan Hall. 08/29/12 11
    •  Division Officer: ◦ Subjects include military rank structure, performance evaluations, educational programs, enlisted records, classified material handling, naval correspondence, officer designations, promotions, pay and allowances, junior officer administrative duties and advancement. Military Law: ◦ Subjects introduced include the Military Code of Conduct, The Geneva Convention, the Uniform Code of Military Justice, investigations, non- judicial punishment, court-martial procedures, apprehensions, jurisdiction, pretrial restraints, administrative discharges and claims. 08/29/12 12
    •  Naval Warfare: ◦ Subjects include; Studying equipment, shipboard spaces and weapons used in various operations. Amphibious, Mine, Strike, Electronic, Submarine, Surface and Air warfare tactics will be studied. The class will also examine the problems of detection and learn the weapons systems used in various types of combat. Special Emphasis Program: ◦ Subjects include suicide awareness and prevention, Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor (DAPA), Human Resources and Safety Programs, counterespionage and AIDS briefings. It also covers programs such as Tricare, Military Benefits Association, Navy Marine Corps Relief Society and the Montgomery GI Bill. 08/29/12 13
    •  Below are the required Computer Based training courses that will be completed while at DCOIC.  Print out completion certificates for the courses you have completed and bring them with you. ◦ Note:  If you do not have a Navy Knowledge Online account, you will have to wait until you report to Officer Training Command to begin these courses.   ATFP Level I Awareness Training for Service Members (CONUS)  CANSF-ATFP- CONUS-1.0  ORM All Navy Fundamentals CNET11977  Driving For Life CPD-DFL-01  Personal Financial Management CPD-PFM-1.0  Diversity All-Hands Training CPPD-GMT07-001  DoD Information Assurance Awareness V8 DOD-IAA-V8.0  Personally Identifiable Information (PII) DOD-PII-V1  Introduction to The Department of the Navy Core Values OCHR-NCV-1.0  Trafficking in Persons Basic Awareness Training jkddc-tip-1 08/29/12 14
    •  Poly/Wool Khakis are the only authorized khakis at OTC. ◦ Working Khakis (Cottons) and Certified Navy Twill uniforms are NOT authorized Black Leather Oxford shoes ◦ (navy certified/approved) are the ONLY shoes authorized 08/29/12 15
    •  Students shall bring the following items (Season Permitting): ◦ 2 sets Poly/Wool Khaki Uniforms  All seasons ◦ All-Weather Coat, Blue (Raincoat)  All seasons ◦ Relax fit Jacket  All seasons ◦ Summer Whites  Summer ONLY ◦ Dress Whites (Chokers)  Optional for photos ◦ Service Dress Blues  Winter ONLY More detailed information on required uniforms visit: http://www.ocs.navy.mil/dcoic_uniform.asp 08/29/12 16
    •  Men  Women ◦ T-Shirts (white, crew neck) ◦ T-Shirts (white, crew neck)  3 packs  3 packs ◦ Underwear, Briefs (white) ◦ Underwear, Briefs (white)  5 pair  5 pair  Boxer briefs  Basic underwear  Boxer shorts ◦ Athletic Socks (white)  Regular  3 packs (Any type) ◦ Athletic Socks (white) ◦ Towel  3 packs (Any type)  1 each ◦ Towel ◦ Washcloth  1 each  1 each ◦ Washcloth ◦ Brassiere/Sports Bras  1 each ◦ Swimsuit ▪ one piece conservative (Black/Navy Blue) More detailed information on required items visit: http://www.ocs.navy.mil/dcoic_uniform.asp 08/29/12 17
    •  Permanent Change of Station (PCS) or Reserve Orders and any Modifications Copies of prescriptions from civilian physicians ◦ At minimum 1 week’s worth of medication should be hand carried Page Two (Record of Emergency Data) Copy of current SGLI form. Reserve Center Contact Information ◦ (Name/Phone/Fax and NRD Address) Special Dietary and Religious needs must be expressed on the first day of training ◦ OTCN will do everything possible to accommodate all special and religious needs without compromising training 08/29/12 18
    •  All DCO students shall be in BCA standards. If not, the student shall be sent home. Food and alcoholic beverages are not authorized in student quarters. Students are required to eat at the mess hall located in Ney Hall. ◦ Approximate daily cost for meals will be $10.00. No coffee or soda (caffeine products) will be authorized for the first week of training.  ◦ Recommend students slow their caffeine intake to ensure they do not have withdrawals during training. No tobacco use is permitted in training country (OTC Grounds). 08/29/12 19
    •  Students must be in the prescribed uniform of the day during normal working hours and while in the duty section, unless otherwise directed. All students are required to live in King Hall and share a room with another student of the same sex. Personal laptops cannot access the internet via the Navy Infrastructure at OTC and does not support the use of this equipment. Personal laptops are permitted for word-processing, but they must be secured and stowed in student’s personal locker. 08/29/12 20
    •  What uniform do I report in? ◦ DCO Students shall report in business casual attire, (slacks/skirt, shirt with collar/blouse) Who do I contact if I have a problem arriving at base? ◦ Contact the Class Officer or call the Command Duty Officer at 401-862-4321. What will be my mailing address for DCO? ◦ (YOUR NAME) DCO (CLASS #) (YOUR COMPANY) Officer Training Command 291 Kollmeyer St. Newport, RI 02841-1641 More detailed FAQs visit: http://www.ocs.navy.mil/ods_faq.asp ◦ 08/29/12 21
    •  Where will I live while attending DCO? ◦ All OTC students will be staying in King Hall. Rooms house two students with beds, bedding, trash cans, study tables, and a wall locker with drawers. Communal heads and laundry facilities are available for all students. Students will be expected to clean their rooms and the common passageway, laundry room, and other common areas. Also, you can expect to participate in weekly cleaning assignments and scheduled room inspections. ◦ Rooms have very limited storage space. Pillows, bedding, and linens are provided. Bring washcloths, towels, toiletries, and a padlock for your wall locker (a combination closet and chest-of-drawers), where your personal possessions can be stored 08/29/12 22
    •  Do I need to buy my uniform items prior to DCO, or will we purchase them there? ◦ You do not need to purchase any uniforms prior to reporting to DCO. The second day is uniform issue, and everything will be available for purchase on that day. Although, if you already have them, please bring them. 08/29/12 23
    • Purpose of the DCO Indoctrination Course: Direct Commission Officer’s Indoctrination Course (DCO) is an intensive _ ____ course designed toprepare students for their future as a commissionedofficer by providing the _____ ________ of the naval profession and its related military subjects. It will provide _____, ______, and ________development, and Instill the highest ideals of duty, honor and loyalty. 08/29/12 24
    • Direct Commission Officer’s Indoctrination Course (DCO) is an intensive 2 week course designed toprepare students for their future as a commissionedofficer by providing the basic knowledge of the naval profession and its related military subjects. It will provide moral, mental and physical development, and Instill the highest ideals of duty, honor and loyalty. 08/29/12 25
    • Who do student contact if they have a problem arriving at base? A. Contact their Recruiter B. Contact the Class Officer C. Call the Command Duty Officer D. Either B or C above 08/29/12 26
    • Who do student contact if they have a problem arriving at base? A. Contact their Recruiter B. Contact the Class Officer C. Call the Command Duty Officer D. Either B or C above  Students should contact the Class Officer via the contact link on the DCO Indoctrination Course Website or call the Command Duty Officer at 401-862-4321 . 08/29/12 27
    • Where are quotas for the DCO Indoctrination course obtained? A. Orders from Local Command B. Officer Training Command DCO Quota Controller C. There is NO Requirement for a Quota D. Local Recruiting Office 08/29/12 28
    • Where are quotas for the DCO Indoctrination course obtained? A. Orders from Local Command B. Officer Training Command DCO Quota Controller C. There is NO Requirement for a Quota D. Local Recruiting Office Students MUST obtain a quota from Officer Training Command DCO Quota Controller. Obtaining orders from local command does NOT mean that the student has an approved quota. STUDENTS WITHOUT QUOTAS WILL BE SENT HOME. 08/29/12 29
    • Officer Recruiter 30
    •  Course Number ◦ ODS P-E9-0003 / DOLTC P-1B-0007 Title ◦ Officer Development School Location ◦ Officer Training Command Newport, RI  Length ◦ 5 weeks Student UIC ◦ 66949 All ODS quotas are run through Millington ◦ Each corps has a program manager and detailer that requests the seats for students. 08/29/12 31
    •  To provide Staff Corps Officers and Nuclear Power Instructors/Engineers with training necessary to prepare them to function in their role as newly commissioned Naval Officer.  It provides a basic introduction into fundamentalaspects of leadership while providing a working knowledge of available references.
    •  Academics: 5 weeks of instruction in Naval Leadership, Naval Administration, Naval Organization, Sea Power, Military Law, Military Indoctrination, Naval Warfare and Damage Control.  Leadership Training: Last 2 weeks of the course through the Division Officer Leadership Course. Physical Training: Third Class Swim, Intense Physical Conditioning to increase endurance and stamina. 08/29/12 33
    •  Military Indoctrination: ◦ Basic military customs and courtesies, basic uniform assembly and requirements, inspection procedures and training requirements. Seamanship: ◦ Familiarization with naval terminology, equipment and various platform operations. 08/29/12 34
    •  Damage Control: ◦ Familiarization with the types of damage, which can occur in the naval environment due to accidents, warfare and nautical disasters. ◦ Damage control also includes instruction in fire fighting theory and prevention of different kinds of fires common to sea, shore and air commands. ◦ Includes principles of chemical, biological and radiological warfare defense. ◦ Practical demonstrations of flooding control are given in a mock-up of a shipboard space. 08/29/12 35
    •  Naval Leadership: ◦ Subjects include leadership qualities, motivational theories, team building, management skills, decision making, goal setting and action planning, communication processes and public speaking skills. Practical applications to demonstrate leadership skills. Division Officer: ◦ Subjects include military rank structure, performance evaluations, educational programs, enlisted records, classified material handling, naval correspondence, officer designations, promotions, pay and allowances, junior officer administrative duties and advancement. 08/29/12 36
    •  Military Law: ◦ Subjects introduced include the Military Code of Conduct, The Geneva Convention, the Uniform Code of Military Justice, investigations, non- judicial punishment, court-martial procedures, apprehensions, jurisdiction, pretrial restraints, administrative discharges and claims. Naval Warfare: ◦ Subjects include; Studying equipment, shipboard spaces and weapons used in various operations. Amphibious, Mine, Strike, Electronic, Submarine, Surface and Air warfare tactics will be studied. The class will also examine the problems of detection and learn the weapons systems used in various types of combat. 08/29/12 37
    •  Special Emphasis Program: ◦ Subjects include suicide awareness and prevention, Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor (DAPA), Human Resources and Safety Programs, counterespionage and AIDS briefings. It also covers programs such as Tricare, Military Benefits Association, Navy Marine Corps Relief Society and the Montgomery GI Bill. 08/29/12 38
    •  Physical Training : ◦ There are three Physical Fitness Assessments (PFA) at ODS, the Indoctrination PFA, Mid-PFA and the Out-PFA. The passing requirements are Satisfactory-Medium for the In-PFA, Satisfactory- High for the Mid-PFA and Good-Low for the Out- PFA. Room & Locker Inspection (RLP): ◦ A Officer’s room is subject to inspection anytime. To ensure cleanliness and maintain standards, room inspections occur at regular intervals in lieu of zone inspections. Rooms are to be maintained in accordance with the daily room standards. Personnel Inspection (PI): ◦ Each Officer will be inspected for proper uniform, haircut, shave, knowledge, hygiene and general military appearance. 08/29/12 39
    •  Drill: ◦ Approximately 40 hours are spent learning and practicing drill for graduation. Officer’s also march to and from every evolution. Graduation Ceremony: ◦ The final exercise as an Officer is the Graduation Ceremony. ◦ Performed in Callaghan Hall. 08/29/12 40
    •  Below are the required Computer Based training courses that will be completed while at ODS.  Print out completion certificates for the courses you have completed and bring them with you. ◦ Note:  If you do not have a Navy Knowledge Online account, you will have to wait until you report to Officer Training Command to begin these courses.   ATFP Level I Awareness Training for Service Members (CONUS)  CANSF-ATFP-CONUS-1.0  ORM All Navy Fundamentals CNET11977  Driving For Life CPD-DFL-01  Personal Financial Management CPD-PFM-1.0  Diversity All-Hands Training CPPD-GMT07-001  DoD Information Assurance Awareness V8 DOD-IAA-V8.0  Personally Identifiable Information (PII) DOD-PII-V1  Introduction to The Department of the Navy Core Values OCHR-NCV-1.0  Primary Professional Military Education (Officer) Block 1 PPME-JO-B1.v2  Primary Professional Military Education (Officer) Block 2 PPME-JO-B2.v2  Trafficking in Persons Basic Awareness Training jkddc-tip-1 08/29/12 41
    •  Necessary uniforms will be purchased during first week of training at ODS.  ◦ DO NOT purchase them prior to arrival.  Uniform items are very specific, and purchasing them from any source other than an authorized Navy Uniform Store may result in repurchasing items and unnecessary expenditures. For prior service military, bring any uniform item currently owned so they do not have to be repurchased. More detailed information on required uniforms visit: http://www.ocs.navy.mil/ods_uniform.asp 08/29/12 42
    •  Men  Women ◦ T-Shirts (white, crew neck) ◦ T-Shirts (white, crew neck)  8 shirts  8 shirts ◦ Underwear, Briefs (white) ◦ Underwear, Briefs (white)  10 pair  10 pair  Boxer briefs  Basic underwear  Boxer shorts ◦ Black Dress Socks  Regular ◦ 5 pair ◦ Black Dress Socks ◦ Athletic Socks (white)  5 pair  10 pair (Any type) ◦ Athletic Socks (white) ◦ Towel  10 pair (Any type)  2 each ◦ Towel ◦ Washcloth  2 each  2 each ◦ Washcloth ◦ Brassiere/Sports Bras  2 each ◦ Swimsuit ▪ one piece conservative (Black/Navy More detailed information on required uniforms visit: Blue) http://www.ocs.navy.mil/ods_uniform.asp 08/29/12 43
    •  Bring 3 copies of each requirement ◦ Permanent Change of Station (PCS) or Reserve Orders and any Modifications ◦ Copies of prescriptions from civilian physicians if taking prescription medication. At Minimum 1 weeks’ worth of medication should be hand carried with you. ◦ All medical/dental records and immunization records.   Military and Civilian. ◦ Oath of Office.  This is MANDATORY!!! ◦ Direct Deposit Information  bank routing number and your account number ◦ Birth certificate.  (Original) 08/29/12 44
    •  Bring 3 copies of each requirement ◦ Social Security Card.  (Original) –  ALL MEMBERS MUST HAVE ORIGINAL SSN CARD WITH THEM! ◦ State or Federal issue photo identification ◦ Marriage License (if applicable).  (Original) ◦ Spouses identification card (if applicable).  (Original) ◦ Birth Certificates and Social Security Cards for all dependents (Original) ◦ Child custody documents (if applicable). (Original) ◦ Divorce documents (if applicable).  (Original) ◦ Recruiter Contact Info (Name/Phone/Fax and NRD Address) ◦ !!ACCESSION BONUS INFORMATION!!  Service Agreement  Congratulations Letter 08/29/12 45
    •  For Prior Military Service Only: ◦ All DD-214s ◦ Page Two (Record of Emergency Data). - It would be acceptable if you re-signed the two copies of the current page 2 on the last page under your previous signature. Your new signature means that there are no changes to the current page 2, and that it is up-to-date. After your new signature, put todays date.  Without a page 2, we cannot pay you Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) Type 2. ◦ Last PSD Point of Contact info  (POC Name/Phone/Fax/and Address) 08/29/12 46
    •  For HPSP Students Only: ◦ Do not need the paperwork listed on previous slides.  Only need to bring the following:  Permanent Change of Station (PCS) or Reserve Orders and any Modifications  You must have a current Record of Emergency Data that has been verified within the last 12 months.  If not, please contact the HPSP office.  **Please note, all HPSP students pay issues will be handled by the HPSP office in Bethesda, Maryland.  ***All HPSP student medical/dental records will be sent to ODS from the HPSP office. 08/29/12 47
    •  Immunizations:  the following immunizations/labs will be administered/drawn at ODS: ◦ TWINRIX (HEP A/HEP B Combination) HEP A Series   ◦ HEP B Series ◦ HIV and Results (Within last year) ◦ HEP B Titer ◦ Tetanus (Tdap) ◦ PPD (Tuberculosis ◦ IPV (Polio) ◦ Influenza ◦ Varicella Tite ◦ Typhoid ◦ Yellow Fever ◦ MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella ◦ Varicella ◦ ABO/RH (Blood Type) ◦ G6PD/Sickle Cell ◦ V Zoster IGG  ◦ DNA 08/29/12 48
    •  Who do I contact if I have a problem arriving at base? ◦ Contact the Class Officer or call the Command Duty Officer at 401-862-4321. What will be my mailing address for ODS? ◦ (YOUR NAME) ODS(CLASS #) (YOUR COMPANY) More detailed FAQs visit: Officer Training Command http://www.ocs.navy.mil/ods_faq.asp 291 Kollmeyer St. Newport, RI 02841-1641 Should I bring civilian clothes? ◦ Yes.  You will have the opportunity later in training to wear civilian clothes.  3 days worth is recommended. 08/29/12 49
    •  What kind of expenses will I incur while at ODS? ◦ You will incur meal expenses, which will run $75.60 per week.  Some other items will be:           Graduation Reception. $15.00-$20.00 per person (If family attends, you will need to pay for each)  Company T-Shirts/Sweatshirts.  Each company usually designs and orders a shirt.  These range from $15-$25 a piece.  Company Dinner.  The company usually goes out the last week, which is a less formal event.  This ranges from $15-$20 a piece.  Uniform accessories.  Throughout training you will probably need items to maintain your uniform.  This cost usually averages around $40.00.  Miscellaneous Supplies.  Items to help maintain your barracks, which is optional as OTC provides cleaning materials for your use.  Students report spending around $30-$40 a piece on items in this category.  Any other expense will be on the individual.  There is a Navy Exchange on the base, along with other MWR services.   Pictures.  You will have an opportunity to purchase portraits of yourself in your service dress uniform.  These packages range from $30-$300.  This is an optional cost. 08/29/12 50
    •  I have family that is interested in attending the graduation ceremony, what should they know to coordinate travel? ◦ Graduation will either be at 0900 or 1100 on your scheduled graduation day.  It will depend on if another program also has graduation on that day.  Graduation usually lasts 1 to 1.5 hours.  After graduation students are released from training and may leave.  There is a reception for families and friend the night prior to graduation (Thursday) which begins at 1800 and usually lasts about 2 hours.  The venue for that event will be decided upon by the class.  Travel arrangements should be made well in advance, due to the number of students graduating and the possibility of other programs graduating as well.  08/29/12 51
    • Where are quotas for the ODS course obtained? A. Orders from Local Command B. Local Recruiting Office C. The ODS Program Desk in Millington, TN D. There is NO Requirement for a Quota 08/29/12 52
    • Where are quotas for the ODS course obtained? A. Orders from Local Command B. Local Recruiting Office C. The ODS Program Desk in Millington, TN D. There is NO Requirement for a Quota All ODS quotas must be requested through the program manager in Millington, TN 08/29/12 53
    • The training received during the 5 weeks at ODS isdivided into 8 units of instruction. What are they? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 08/29/12 54
    • The training received during the 5 weeks at ODS isdivided into 8 units of instruction. What are they? 1. Military Indoctrination 2. Seamanship 3. Damage Control 4. Naval Leadership 5. Division Officer 6. Military Law 7. Naval Warfare 8. Special Emphasis Program 08/29/12 55
    •  What is the final exercise as an Officer at OTC? A. Academic Test B. Physical Fitness Test C. Graduation Ceremony D. None of the above 08/29/12 56
    •  What is the final exercise as an Officer at OTC? A. Academic Test B. Physical Fitness Test C. Graduation Ceremony D. None of the above The final exercise as an Officer is the Graduation Ceremony performed in Callaghan Hall. 08/29/12 57
    • Officer Recruiter 58
    •  Course Number ◦ P-9B-2000 Title ◦ Officer Candidate School Location ◦ Officer Training Command Newport, RI  Length ◦ 12 weeks Student UIC ◦ 35268 08/29/12 59
    •  The 12 week OCS course is designed to give a working knowledge of the Navy (afloat and ashore), to prepare candidates to assume the responsibilities of a Naval Officer, and to begin developing fullest potential. OCS is extremely demanding; morally, mentally, and physically. Personal Honor, Courage, and Commitment will be tested at OCS and candidates will be challenged to live up to the highest standards of these core values. The school’s curriculum will demand the most of academic prowess. Mental training involves memorization of military knowledge, academic courses, and military inspections. Physical training (PT) begins immediately upon arrival at OCS. Candidates must be committed to the goal of earning a commission as an Ensign in the Navy before arriving at Officer Candidate School. In a “nutshell”: To take men and women from civilian and prior enlisted life and train them to be competent, confident, and disciplined Naval Officers.
    •  Engineering: ◦ Introduces the fundamentals of naval propulsion plants. These include steam, nuclear, gas turbine and diesel. Additionally, introduction to the basic theories of electrical distribution systems, hydraulic systems, evaporator plants, air conditioners and refrigeration systems. Military Indoctrination: ◦ During military indoctrination you will be taught basic military customs and courtesies, basic uniform assembly and requirements, inspection procedures and training requirements. 08/29/12 61
    •  Navigation: ◦ Navigation training consists of dead reckoning, coastal piloting, Rules of the Road and electronic navigation. Required to read charts and plot simulated movements and positions of a ship at sea. Seamanship: ◦ Familiarization with naval terminology, equipment and various deck operations. Acquainted with fiber lines, wire ropes, anchors and anchor chains as well as the supervision of their safe use. The different types of rigs used by ships under way in refueling and replenishment at sea are introduced. Learn to use the maneuvering board and how to put this knowledge to practical use when sailing. 08/29/12 62
    •  Damage Control: ◦ The damage control curriculum is designed to familiarize you with the types of damage which can occur in the naval environment due to accidents, warfare and nautical disasters. Damage control also includes instruction in fire fighting theory and prevention of different kinds of fires common to sea, shore and air commands. Practical demonstrations of flooding control are given in a mock-up of a shipboard space. Naval Leadership: ◦ Subjects include leadership qualities, motivational theories, team building, management skills, decision making, goal setting and action planning, communication processes and public speaking skills. You will have many opportunities through practical application to demonstrate leadership skills. 08/29/12 63
    •  Basic/Fleet Officer Curriculum: ◦ Subjects include military rank structure, performance evaluations, educational programs, enlisted records, classified material handling, naval correspondence, officer designations, promotions, pay and allowances, junior officer administrative duties and advancement. Military Law: ◦ Subjects introduced include the Military Code of Conduct, The Geneva Convention, the Uniform Code of Military Justice, investigations, non-judicial punishment, court- martial procedures, apprehensions, jurisdiction and administrative discharges. 08/29/12 64
    •  Naval Warfare: ◦ During this phase you will study the equipment, shipboard spaces and weapons used in various operations. Amphibious, Mine, Strike, Electronic, Submarine, Surface and Air warfare tactics will be studied. You’ll also examine the problems of detection and learn the weapons systems used in various types of combat. Special Emphasis Program: ◦ Subjects include suicide awareness and prevention, Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor (DAPA), Human Resources and Safety Programs, counterespionage and AIDS briefings. 08/29/12 65
    •  Physical Training : ◦ There are four PFAs at OCS, the Indoctrination PFA, In-PFA, Mid-PFA and the Out-PFA. The passing requirements are Satisfactory-Medium for the In-PFA, Satisfactory-High for the Mid-PFA and Good-Low for the Out-PFA. Room & Locker Inspection (RLP): ◦ A candidate’s room is subject to inspection anytime. To ensure cleanliness and maintain standards, room inspections occur at regular intervals in lieu of zone inspections. Rooms are to be maintained in accordance with the daily room standards. Personnel Inspection (PI): ◦ Each candidate will be inspected for proper uniform, haircut, shave, knowledge, hygiene and general military appearance. 08/29/12 66
    •  Drill: ◦ Approximately 40 hours are spent learning and practicing drill. Officer Candidates also march to and from every evolution. In week 8 of training drill competition graded on drill proficiency. Graduation/Commissioning Ceremony: ◦ Final exercise as an Officer Candidate is the Graduation/Commissioning Ceremony. ◦ Ultimate goal at Officer Candidate School is a commission as an Ensign in the United States Navy. 08/29/12 67
    •  Below are the required Computer Based training courses that will be completed while at OCS.  Print out completion certificates for the courses you have completed and bring them with you. ◦ Note:  If you do not have a Navy Knowledge Online account, you will have to wait until you report to Officer Training Command to begin these courses.   ATFP Level I Awareness Training for Service Members (CONUS) CANSF-ATFP-CONUS-1.0 ORM  All Navy Fundamentals CNET11977  Driving For Life CPD-DFL-01  Personal Financial Management CPD-PFM-1.0  Diversity All-Hands Training CPPD-GMT07-001  DoD Information Assurance Awareness V8 DOD-IAA-V8.0  Personally Identifiable Information (PII) DOD-PII-V1  Trafficking in Persons Basic Awareness Training jkddc-tip-1  OCS Service Etiquette os_2x_e872d98e 08/29/12 68
    •  You will purchase all necessary uniforms during your first week of training at OCS.  ◦ If you do not already own uniforms, please do not purchase them prior to arrival.  Uniform items are very specific, and purchasing them from any source other than an authorized Navy Uniform Store may result in candidate having to repurchase items and unnecessary expenditures. ***For Prior Service Military*** ◦ Bring them any uniforms owned.  This will alleviate candidate from having to repurchase them.  They must be in serviceable condition and able to pass a rigorous personnel inspection. For more detailed information about uniforms http://www.ocs.navy.mil/ocs_uniform.asp 08/29/12 69
    •  Men  Women ◦ Underwear, Briefs (white) ◦ Underwear, Briefs (white)  10 pair  10 pair ◦ White Knee High Socks ◦ White Knee High Socks  3 packages ◦ 3 packages ◦ Towel ◦ Towel  1 each  1 each ◦ Washcloth ◦ Washcloth  1 each  1 each ◦ Brassiere/Sports Bras (white/flesh colored) ◦ Swimsuit ▪ one piece conservative (Black/Navy More detailed information on required items visit:http://www.ocs.navy.mil/ocs_requiredpaperwork.asp Blue) 08/29/12 70
    •  Candidates will receive all paperwork turned in back at the end of the course. ◦ Permanent Change of Station (PCS) or Reserve Orders and any Modifications ◦ Copies of prescriptions from civilian physicians if taking prescription medication. At Minimum 1 weeks’ worth of medication should be hand carried with you. No over the counter medications without perscriptions ◦ All medical/dental records and immunization records.   Military and Civilian. ◦ Direct Deposit Information  bank routing number and your account number ◦ Birth certificate.  (Original) ◦ Social Security Card. (Original) 08/29/12 71
    •  Candidates will receive all paperwork turned in back at the end of the course. ◦ State or Federal issue photo identification ◦ Marriage License. (if applicable)(Original) ◦ Spouses identification card. (if applicable) (Original) ◦ Birth Certificates and Social Security Cards for all dependents (all children/spouse if applicable).  (Original) ◦ Child custody documents (if applicable) Original) ◦ Divorce documents (if applicable)(Original) ◦ Recruiter Contact Information  (Name/Phone/Fax and NRD Address) ◦ Driver’s License Number, Auto Insurance Policy Number, license plate number, vehicle make/model.   Only if candidate drives their vehicle to OCS More detailed information on required items visit: http://www.ocs.navy.mil/ocs_requiredpaperwork.asp 08/29/12 72
    •  For Prior Military Service Only: ◦ All DD-214s ◦ Page Two (Record of Emergency Data). - It would be acceptable if you re-signed the two copies of the current page 2 on the last page under your previous signature. Your new signature means that there are no changes to the current page 2, and that it is up-to-date. After your new signature, put todays date.  Without a page 2, we cannot pay you Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) Type 2. ◦ Last PSD Point of Contact info  (POC Name/Phone/Fax/and Address) More detailed information on required items visit: http://www.ocs.navy.mil/ocs_requiredpaperwork.asp 08/29/12 73
    •  $300.00 ◦ $20.00 will be used upon arrival for first haircut.  ◦ Should have access to their bank accounts for various expenses throughout training.  ◦ Should also consider bringing a checkbook and/or credit card for any other expenses that may arise.   Pre-paid phone card Book of stamps Unable to access most financial institutions during first 9 weeks of training. ◦ Expected to have all of their financial responsibilities in order and taken care of prior to their arrival at OCS. 08/29/12 74
    •  What uniform do I report in? ◦ OCS Students shall report in business casual attire, (slacks/skirt, shirt with collar/blouse) Who do I contact if I have a problem arriving at base? ◦ Contact the Class Officer or call the Command Duty Officer at 401-862-4321. What will be my mailing address for DCO? ◦ OC (Your Name) Officer Candidate School Class XX-XX Officer Training Command 291 Kollmeyer St. Newport, RI 02841-1641 ◦ 08/29/12 75
    •  How often can I make phone calls? ◦ You will make an initial phone call within 24- 48 hours to let your families know you arrived safely.  You will not have phone privileges again until week 4 of training.  Ensure your family is aware of this.   What does our diet consist of while at Officer Training Command? ◦ You will be required to eat in the Ney Hall dining facility for every meal while at OCS.  You will only be eating three times a day.  Food is not allowed in the barracks.  You will not be allowed caffeine products for the first 8 weeks (coffee/soda) as well as desserts.  You will have 20 minutes for each meal. 08/29/12 76
    •  What is the best way to get in shape for OCS? ◦ While at OCS you will be running at least three miles four times a week so it is strongly recommended that you run on the road or another hard surface, not a treadmill.  Additionally you will be tested in sit-ups and pushups (form is heavily scrutinized).  Refer to the Navy Physical Fitness Assessment instruction as the scores are weighted depending on your age/gender.  Keep in mind that you need a Satisfactory Medium to remain in the class after week three and a Good Low to graduate. How many candidates are in each class? ◦ Each class consists of 80-100 candidates.  Each class will be made up of two companies. 08/29/12 77
    • In a “nutshell” what is the purpose of the OCS: To take men and women from ________ and _____ ________ life and train them to be _________, _________, and ___________ Naval Officers. 08/29/12 78
    • In a “nutshell” what is the purpose of the OCS: To take men and women from civilian and prior enlisted life and train them to be competent, confident, and disciplined Naval Officers. 08/29/12 79
    •  What is the ultimate goal at Officer Candidate School ? A. Graduation B. Commission as a Ensign in the United States Navy C. To mold people D. Either A or C above 08/29/12 80
    •  What is the ultimate goal at Officer Candidate School ? A. Graduation B. Commission as a Ensign in the United States Navy C. To mold people D. Either A or C above•Final exercise as an Officer Candidate is the Graduation/CommissioningCeremony.•Ultimate goal at Officer Candidate School is a commission as an Ensign in theUnited States Navy. 08/29/12 81
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    •  The Navy considers a physically fit body as important as a sound mind. The objectives of the physical training classes at Officer Training Command are to develop stamina, endurance and to improve overall physical condition so students can meet demanding physical fitness requirements. Physical training instruction begins immediately upon arrival. Required to be within Navy body fat standards upon arrival.  ◦ Male standard: 22% Max (23% for members 40 and over) ◦ Female standard: 33% Max (34% for members 40 and over) Within the first two days of training, students will be weighed and measured, and will run a Physical Fitness Assessment (PFA). Those individuals not satisfactorily completing any portion of the PFA will encounter administrative actions that may adversely affect their status at Officer Training Command and the program in which they are currently in. 08/29/12 83
    •  DCO STUDENTS ONLY: Upon arrival student will be measured, and if found out of standards students will immediately be sent back to their reserve center.  ◦ There are no exceptions to this policy.  ◦ Command Fitness Leader take an official BF measurement within 2 weeks of reporting to DCO Class. Physical training will entail running 2-3 days a week, and strength and conditioning 2-3 days a week.  Run distance will be 1.5 miles.  ◦ This will be on paved roads.  Strength and conditioning consists of normal calisthenics for a 60 minute period in the morning. 08/29/12 84
    •  ODS STUDENTS ONLY: ◦ Failure to meet body fat standards will result in a naval message drafted and sent to detaching command, gaining command  and the ISIC in each of the chains of command.  ◦ At the end of the course, if student is not within body fat standards, they will be retained at Officer Training Command until requirements are met. ◦ Students attending ODS during collegiate studies (between 1st and 3rd years) and report out of standards, may be turned away and sent back to their collegiate program.  School coordinator will be informed and student will have to attend at a later time. Physical training will entail running 2-3 days a week, and strength and conditioning 2-3 days a week.  Run distance will be 1.5 miles for the first 2 weeks, and then will jump to 3 miles for the last 3 weeks.  ◦ This will be on paved roads. 08/29/12 85
    •  OCS CANDIDATES ONLY: Fourth week of training students will be required to pass a second Physical Fitness Assessment (PFA) with a score of Satisfactory- Medium. ◦ Indoctrination Candidates who fail to score above this will be placed in the Holding Company for physical fitness remediation.  ◦ The candidate will remain in Holding Company until he/she is able to pass the PFA with the required score.  ◦ This could extend student’s stay at OCS for an indefinite amount of time. Physical training will entail running 4 days a week, and strength and conditioning 2 days a week.  Run distance will be 1.5 miles for the first 4 weeks, and then will jump to 3 miles for the last 9 weeks.  ◦ This will be on paved roads. 08/29/12 86
    •  Initial Physical Readiness Qualifications (required to graduate) consists of: ◦ 3rd Class Swim Students unable to pass will be held at Officer Training Command for an additional three weeks to undergo further remediation. 08/29/12 87
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    •  Memorization Items Check–In Items Needed 08/29/12 89
    •  Prior to arrival at OTC Newport ◦ Sailor’s Creed ◦ Chain of Command ◦ Code of Conduct ◦ General Orders of a Sentry ◦ Phonetic Alphabet 08/29/12 90
    •  DCO & ODS ◦ Wear appropriate civilian attire on the Sunday closest to report date before 1200. Report to King Hall, Building 291 Quarter Deck. ◦ Orders will be stamped, and students will be directed to their quarters and given information concerning expectations for that first day. ◦ Students should NOT arrive prior to the Friday before class convening date before 1600 unless specific arrangements have been made with the OTC Staff. OCS ◦ Wear appropriate civilian attire on the Sunday closest to report date at 0800.  Report to Callaghan Hall. 08/29/12 91
    •  Personal Toiletries     Shaving Gear (no electric shavers)  Deodorant  Soap/Shampoo (full size)  Nail Clippers  Feminine Hygiene Products  Toothbrush/Paste and Floss  Shower Shoes  Shoe Shine Kit  White Mesh Laundry Bag  No Make-up or hair products (gel/mousse/hairspray) will be authorized until the last portion of training. Combination Padlock ◦ Key locks are not authorized Running Shoes ◦ Running is conducted on pavement, so a quality pair of shoes less then six months old is important. Depending on type and stage of training running could be 10-12 miles per week. 08/29/12 92
    •  Prior Enlisted ◦ Uniforms which transition to officer uniforms ◦ Medals (Large) ◦ Ribbons ◦ Warfare Devices ◦ Serviceable Seabag  bring it or will be required to buy a new one. 08/29/12 93
    •  Alarm Clock ◦ Battery-Operated ◦ No radio function Cell Phones ◦ Authorized after hours Wristwatch ◦ Authorized later in training Wallet, Check Book & Debit Card 08/29/12 94
    • Whatare the five items that candidates need tomemorize prior to their arrival at OTC? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 08/29/12 95
    •  What are the five items that candidates need to memorize prior to their arrival at OTC? 1. Sailor’s Creed 2. Chain of Command 3. Code of Conduct 4. General Orders of a Sentry 5. Phonetic Alphabet 08/29/12 96
    •  More information on OTCN may be obtained by logging onto: http://www.ocs.navy.mil/index.asp 08/29/12 97
    •  Discussed the Mission of Officer Training Command, Newport, RI (OTC) Overviewed ◦ Direct Commission Officer Indoctrination Course (DCOIC) ◦ Officer Development School (ODS) ◦ Officer Candidate School (OCS) Discussed Physical Fitness Training Discussed Requirements Common to All Programs 08/29/12 98