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  • 1. SASEBO AREA FALL 2009 PETTY OFFICER INDOCTRINATION ACADEMY Facilitators: MAC(SW/AW) Dwight Keen MAC(SW) Charles Sardono MA1 Christopher Williams MA1 Randal Morris YN1(SW) Nashera Brown MA1(SW) Gaynor Rodney SW1(SCW) David Frey MA1(SW) Robert Mueller CS1(SW/AW) Maria Sardono MA1(SW/AW) Lewis Baer EM1(SW) Dominique Case YN1(SW) Daryl Robinson SW1(SCW) Erick Lowe MA1(SW) Damien Brehmer MA1(SW) Alan Bootes MA1 Aron Mell LS1 Alfee Dixon MA1(SW) Robert Borders 1
  • 2. Welcome to the Sasebo area Petty Officer Indoctrination Academy and once again CONGRATULATIONS! Your selection to Petty Officer 3rd Class is a major milestone in your career and is an event you will always remember. YOU ARE NO LONGER A NON-PO! YOU ARE NOT YET A PETTY OFFICER! From this point on, you will refer to yourself and your teammates as “Petty Officer Select…” You may also refer to your group as “Selectees”. These are the only acceptable names for you and your teammates. With that being said, let’s look at some specific concerns: 1) You will be overwhelmed! Two of the most difficult concepts for leaders to fully understand and successfully apply are time management and prioritization. You will be over tasked and have limited time to complete your assignments. IT CAN ALL BE ACCOMPLISHED if you effectively manage your time and prioritize. However, neither of these two concepts will pull you through this academy on their own. You will fail without… 2) TEAMWORK. You will never find yourself working completely alone in the military therefore; we do not expect you to complete this academy on your own. In fact, if you attempt to, you will fail. You must be able to effectively work as a team to be successful. If you can not work as a team, your performance will reflect it and there will be… 3) CONSEQUENCES. Just like anything, there are consequences for poor performance. Just as in Basic Training, poor performance and disciplinary issues will be handled using physical training. EVERY EVOLUTION IS A POTENTIAL PT EVOLUTION. It all depends on your motivation, dedication and performance. However, this will always be a safe environment for you and there will be zero toleration for hazing. This academy is designed to make you a better leader, not to embarrass or humiliate you. You will… 4) HAVE FUN. The course facilitators are dedicated to making this a challenging yet rewarding experience for you. We will provide you with everything you need to succeed. All you have to do is be motivated and have fun. If not, you will only be cheating yourself. Take notes on everything that happens because, at the end of the course, your team will make a formal “Lessons Learned” presentation to the CFAS Command Master Chief. This input will directly influence the next academy. More specifics will be discussed later in this manual. Enjoy yourself and welcome to the finest Non-Commissioned Officer corps in the United States military. 2
  • 3. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS 03DEC09 0600 – 0800 MOCK PRT 0800 – 0900 HYGIENE TIME 0900 – 1000 QUARTERS AND UNIFORM INSPECTION (WORKING UNIFORM) 1000 – 1200 INTRODUCTIONS, COURSE OUTLINE & CMC / CO COMMENTS 1200 – 1300 LUNCH 1300 – 1400 TIME AT THE UNIFORM SHOP 1400 – 1530 INTRO FROM PREVIOUS ACADEMY GRADUATES 1530 – 1700 SELECTION OF MENTORS AND COLLATERAL DUTY ASSIGNMENTS (CLASS LEADER, MUSTERING PO, FUND RAISER PO, PT PO, FROCKING CEREMONY PO, RECEPTION PO) 1700 – 1730 DISCUSS FUNDRAISER 1700 – 1730 ASSIGNMENT OF HOMEWORK TOPICS 1800 RELEASE FROM FORMAL TRAINING 04DEC09 0600 – 0745 PT AND HYGIENE TIME 0745 – 0815 MORNING COLORS 0815 – 0900 QUARTERS, POD, UNIFORM INSPECTION (WORKING UNIFORM) 0900 – 1000 NAVAL HISTORY (ORIGIN OF THE NAVY) 1000 – 1130 POSLC TOPIC 1.0 – 1.1 – HONOR, COURAGE & COMMITMENT – RA&A (FOUNDATION) 1130 – 1230 LUNCH 1230 – 1430 POSLC TOPIC 1.2 – 1.5 – COMMUNICATION, RA&A (HONOR), FRATERNIZATION, PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 1430 – 1600 POSLC TOPIC 2.0 – 2.1 – HONOR, COURAGE & COMMITMENT, PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, RA&A (COURAGE) 1600 – 1630 REVIEW / STATUS OF HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS 1630 – 1800 CHOIR PRACTICE (ANCHORS AWEIGH / SAILOR’S CREED / CADENCE) 1800 RELEASE FROM FORMAL TRAINING (FACILITATORS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR GUIDANCE IF REQUESTED AND/OR OBVIOUSLY NEEDED) 05DEC09 0800 – 1100 PT AND HYGIENE TIME 1100 – TBD FUNDRAISER 06DEC09 NO FORMAL TRAINING CONDUCTED 07DEC09 0600 – 0745 PT AND HYGIENE TIME 0745 – 0815 MORNING COLORS 0815 – 0900 QUARTERS, POD, UNIFORM INSPECTION (WORKING UNIFORM) 0900 – 1000 NAVAL HISTORY / SHIP’S NAMESAKE 1000 – 1200 POSLC TOPIC 3.0 - 3.1 – HONOR, COURAGE & COMMITMENT, VISION AND MISSION 1200 – 1300 LUNCH 1300 – 1530 POSLC TOPIC 2.2 – 2.4 – DIVERSITY, RA&A (COURAGE), RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, HAZING 1530 – 1730 POSLC TOPIC 3.2 – 3.4 – CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION, CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT AND RA& A (COMMITMENT) 1730 – 1800 REVIEW / STATUS OF HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS 1800 RELEASE FROM FORMAL TRAINING 3
  • 4. 08DEC09 0600 – 0745 PT AND HYGIENE TIME 0745 – 0815 MORNING COLORS 0815 – 0900 QUARTERS, POD, UNIFORM INSPECTION (SERVICE DRESS BLUE W/3RD CLASS CROW) 0900 – 1000 NAVAL HISTORY / SHIP’S NAMESAKE 1000 – 1100 “TABLE TOP” OF FROCKING CEREMONY” 1100 – 1200 LUNCH 1200 – 1500 CMS/ID (INTERACTIVE DETAILING), PTS & CDB’S 1500 – 1700 MIDTERMS AND EVALUATIONS (PRACTICAL) 1700 – 1730 REVIEW STATUS OF HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS 1730 – 1800 IA PACKAGE’S FOR DEPLOYED SAILORS 1800 RELEASE FROM FORMAL TRAINING 09DEC09 0600 – 0745 PT AND HYGIENE TIME 0745 – 0815 MORNING COLORS 0815 – 0900 QUARTERS, POD, UNIFORM INSPECTION (WORKING UNIFORM W/3RD CLASS CROW) 0900 – 1000 NAVAL HISTORY / SHIP’S NAMESAKE 1000 – 1100 JSA BRIEF AND DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A “MESS” AND AN “ASSOCIATION” 1100 – 1200 LUNCH 1200 – 1300 AWARDS & RECOGNITION 1300 – 1400 JSOQ/SOQ/SSOQ/SOY PROGRAMS 1400 – 1500 COUNSELING (POSITIVE AND ADVERSE) (PRACTICAL) 1500 – 1600 EMI VS. EXTENDED WORKING HOURS 1600 – 1700 NJP 1700 – 1730 REVIEW STATUS OF HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS 1730 – 1800 IA PACKAGE’S FOR DEPLOYED SAILORS 1800 RELEASE FROM FORMAL TRAINING 10DEC09 0600 – 0745 FINAL PRT AND HYGIENE TIME 0745 – 0815 MORNING COLORS 0815 – 0900 QUARTERS, POD, UNIFORM INSPECTION (WORKING UNIFORM) 0900 – 1000 NAVAL HISTORY / SHIP’S NAMESAKE 1000 – 1100 TAKING CARE OF YOUR SERVICE RECORD 1100 – 1200 LUNCH 1200 – 1300 DAPA AND “RIGHT SPIRIT” CAMPAIGN 1300 – 1400 UNIFORMS AND TASK FORCE UNIFORM 1400 – 1500 GROOMING REGULATIONS 1500 – 1600 PRT AND FEP 1600 – 1800 FROCKING CEREMONY REHEARSAL 1800 RELEASE FROM FORMAL TRAINING 11DEC09 0700 – 0900 PT AND HYGIENE TIME (VICTORY RUN) 0900 – 1000 AFTER ACTION PRESENTATION TO CFAS CMC HATTON 1000 – 1200 FINAL PREPS FOR THE FROCKING CEREMONY AND RECEPTION 1200 – 1230 MUSTER AT CEC 1230 – 1400 FROCKING CEREMONY 1400 – TBD RECEPTION AT HARBOR VIEW CLUB 4
  • 5. These timelines are subject to change. Timeline for completion will be dependant upon your participation, motivation and ability to grasp the concept being discussed. Remember this phrase: WE TRAIN TO STANDARD, NOT TO TIME. This means we will stay with a subject until the task is complete, regardless of how long it may take. You are expected to be present and ready to begin training at the time indicated. All appointments which will require you to miss portions of this class will be cleared through a facilitator in advance. Certain portions of this class are mandatory for you to put on your new rank. There will be opportunities to make up any mandatory topics you may have to miss. All Selectees are responsible for knowing everything discussed. If one of you knows something, everyone is responsible for that information. You are responsible for sharing your knowledge and information with the other Selectees. There are no “Gold Stars” for the person who knows all the answers. If you fail to adequately share your knowledge and information with the other Selectees you are hurting your team! UNIFORM REGULATIONS, GROOMING STANDARDS & MILITARY BEARING These items will be under close scrutiny during the entire academy. You do not want to be the one who fails to meet standards in any of these three areas! PHYSICAL TRAINING PT will be held every morning as indicated on the schedule of events. Also, various events throughout the day will involve PT. We will show you how to properly lead a PT formation and then you will be responsible for leading PT thereafter. Everyone will lead PT. Here are some of the other PT requirements Selectees will be responsible for: - All Selectees will wear the official Navy PT uniform. - LLD personnel will perform the PT evolutions they are capable of performing and will have all limitations clearly identified on a current LLD chit from Medical. LLD Selectees will act as “motivators” and “integrity checkers” when unable to PT. - Selectees will ensure water is available at all evolutions. This can be accomplished with bottled water, camelbacks or coolers. However, it must all be uniform. - The final PT session, on the morning of the 11th, will be a “Victory Run”. Selectees will invite all Divo’s, Department Heads and Chiefs in their chain of command to participate as well as the CFAS CMC, CSO and CO. The “Victory Run” will be coordinated by the Selectees and will be at least a 5K run. - All Selectees will be responsible for properly singing cadence during PT. This is a major contributor to motivation and teamwork. The intensity of your PT sessions will be a direct reflection on the quality of your cadence. COLLATERAL DUTIES The following collateral duties will be assigned: Lead Selectee – This is the single person who will be responsible for the entire team in all aspects. PT PO – Responsible for coordinating PT evolutions. Will be assisted by a PT facilitator. Mustering PO – Responsible for muster reports and accountability of all Selectees throughout the day. Also responsible for creating and briefing the POD at Quarters each morning. Fund Raiser PO – Responsible for the planning of the fund raiser on Saturday the 5th. Frocking Ceremony PO – Will work with the Frocking Ceremony facilitator to plan the event. 5
  • 6. Reception PO – Will work with the Reception facilitator to plan the event. MORNING COLORS Selectees will perform Morning Colors in front of CFAS HQ on the following mornings: 04DEC09 07DEC09 08DEC09 09DEC09 10DEC09 MUSTER REPORTS 100% complete and accurate Muster Reports will be presented to the facilitator in charge of every evolution. These are the responsibility of the Mustering PO but will be presented by the Lead Selectee. MORNING QUARTERS Morning Quarters will be held for muster, instruction and inspection. The POD will be read at Quarters every morning. The correct uniform is indicated on the Schedule of Events. We will show you how to perform Quarters once. Then the Lead Selectee will be responsible for holding Quarters under the supervision of a facilitator. MEMORIZATION All Selectees will be required to recite the following on command: -The National Anthem -The version of Anchors Aweigh you were taught in Basic Training -The Sailor’s Creed -The 11 General Orders -One original marching cadence which references your Selectee Team. This will be in good taste! CHOIR PRACTICE This will be held as necessary to ensure all songs and cadences are being learned properly. MARCHING Selectees will march as a group to all evolutions with the exception of lunch breaks. When marching, road guards will be properly used and the strictest military bearing will be displayed at all times. LLD Selectees will follow behind the group in accordance with their LLD restrictions. RECALL A 100% complete and accurate recall will accompany the Muster Report every morning. PLAN OF THE DAY (POD) A plan of the day will be read at Quarters every morning. The POD will include all classroom evolutions and any other significant events which are to occur during that day. All appointments for individual Selectees are to be 6
  • 7. included in the POD as well. Everyone is responsible for the contents of the POD. TODAY IN NAVAL HISTORY In accordance with the Schedule of Events, a different Selectee will present a brief on a significant event in Naval history. It can be a “Today in Naval History” type brief or any other historic Naval event which you find interesting. It may be on a specific Naval tradition such as the “Shellback Ceremony”. It may also be a presentation about a specific figure in Naval history such as John Paul Jones. The presenting Selectee must be prepared to brief the class on the event. Explain why it is significant. Explain the lessons we can learn from that event and how they can be applied today. Be prepared to answer questions from the class. Reference – www.history.navy.mil. ESSAYS Each Selectee will be required to submit two essays: -What it means, to me, to be a Petty Officer – 500 words. Due by the end of class on the 8th. -What being a “Shipmate” means to me – 75 words or less. Due by the end of class on the 9th. INVITATIONS Selectees will be responsible for making the following formal invitations: -Invitation to your Commanding Officer, Chief Staff Officer or XO, OIC, CMC, Department Head, Division Officer, LCPO, LPO to the frocking ceremony and reception. -Invitation to your Commanding Officer, Chief Staff Officer or XO, OIC, CMC, Department Head, Division Officer, LCPO to attend the After Action presentation on the morning of the 11th. -Invitation to all, in your command, to join in on the “Victory Run” on the 11th. FROCKING CEREMONY The Frocking Ceremony will be held at the CFAS CEC on the afternoon of the 11th in accordance with the Schedule of Events. Uniform for Selectees is Service Dress Blue. Uniform for attendees is the uniform of the day. A designated facilitator will assist the Frocking Ceremony PO with the coordination of this event however; all Selectees will take an active role in the planning and setup of this ceremony. Families are highly encouraged to attend. RECEPTION A reception will be held after the frocking ceremony at Harbor View Club. Once again, the Reception PO will organize the effort with the assistance of a designated facilitator however; the entire Selectee group will be actively involved in this evolution. Families are welcome. FUNDRAISER In order to assist with the costs of your reception. The Selectees will perform a fundraiser on Saturday the 5th. The Fundraiser PO will coordinate this effort however all Selectees will participate. Further guidance will be given concerning this event. SELECTEES WILL NOT PAY FOR ANYHTING CONCERNING THE FUNDRAISER WITH THEIR OWN MONEY!!! THIS IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED!!! 7
  • 8. DEFINITIONS Selectees will be able to define the following terms accurately: Astern Abeam Bight Binnacle List Coaming Bull Ensign Camel Ebb Tide Bulwark Sea Lawyer Land Lubber Larboard Monkey Fist Floodtide Freeboard Holy Stone Shellback Golden Shellback Charlie Noble What are side boys and what is their origin Origin of “The cat’s out of the bag” Origin of “Mind your P’s and Q’s” Origin of “Flogging ‘round the Fleet” Origin of “Show a leg” Origin of “Heave out and Trice up” Origin of “Son of a Gun” Origin of “Cold enough to freeze the balls off of a brass monkey” Origins of “Powder Monkey” Who said “I have not yet begun to fight” where, what ship and what was the situation What is “Kedging or Ketching” and what is the most famous use of it Who said “Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead” where, what ship and what was the situation Who said “Don’t give up the ship” where, what ship and what was the situation What is the myth surrounding the right of a male Sailor to wear a single gold loop earring in uniform Origin of the term “Will Book” What is the origin of the current Navy Core Values: Honor, Courage and Commitment SHIP’S NAMESAKE Each Selectee will research and discuss the namesake of one ship. At a minimum, discuss who the ship was named after and what they did to earn a ship named after them. AFTER ACTION REPORT / LESSONS LEARNED A single presentation will be ready for you to present to the CFAS CMC and possibly several other “Khakis” from the local commands. This presentation will include all of your lessons learned from this academy, to include what you liked and disliked. What you felt was helpful and what was fun. What you will take away from the experience. What you would like to see more/less of in future academies. This will be reviewed by the facilitators on the 3rd. All Selectees will participate in the creation and presentation of this project. 8

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