Naval AcademyPreparatory School  Indoctrination Day      24 Jul 2012
Topics• Leadership• History• Indoctrination Overview• Program Overview• Schedule of Important Dates• Summary and Questions
Leadership•   Commanding Officer            CAPT Jim Cunha, USN•   Executive Officer               Major Andy Bourquin, US...
Staff Organization                                        Superintendent                                              USNA...
NAPS History• Informal classes 1915• Formally established 1919         Signed by         Under Secretary of the Navy      ...
NAPS History1915 – 1920      Naval Station Newport                 Naval Station San Francisco1921 – 1942      Naval Stati...
NAPS History1915 – 1968   Fleet Sailors & Marines1958 – 1961   Air Force C/Cs1968          First “direct entries”1976     ...
Distinguished GraduatesMedal of Honor Recipients  RADM Eugene B Fluckey, USN    WWII           USNA           NAPS ‟31  2n...
Distinguished GraduatesOne USNA Superintendent   VADM Edward C Waller, USN (Ret), ‟45Two Naval War College Presidents   VA...
NAPS Alumni  Active/Reserve Flag/General OfficersGen John R Allen, USMC              NAPS „72     Commander, U.S. Forces A...
NAPS Alumni  Active/Reserve Flag/General OfficersVADM Robert S Harward, Jr., USN    NAPS „75    Deputy Commander, U.S. Cen...
NAPS Alumni  Active/Reserve Flag/General OfficersRADM Earl L Gay, USN         NAPS „76    Commander, Navy Recruiting Comma...
NAPS Alumni      Active/Reserve Flag/General OfficersRADM Peter A. Gumataotao, USN      NAPS „77    Commander, Carrier Str...
NAPS Alumni      Active/Reserve Flag/General OfficersRADM Thomas C. Traaen, SC, USN     NAPS „78    Commander, DLA Defense...
NAPS Alumni    Active/Reserve Flag/General OfficersRDML David Pimpo, SC, USN       NAPS „82    Deputy Commander N3/4    Na...
NAPS Quote“NAPS gave me all I needed not only to succeed at the Naval Academy,but also to become an officer of Marines. My...
Distinguished Former StaffVADM William P Mack, USN (Ret)  USNA Superintendent, 72-75  Former NAPS Executive OfficerGeneral...
NAPS Alumni                 Remembering 9/11/2001CAPT Robert E     CDR Patrick   LTJG Darin H   Kenneth EDolan, Jr, USN   ...
NAPS MissionTo enhance Midshipman Candidates‟ moral,mental, and physical foundations to preparethem for success at the Uni...
What is NAPS…Really?   Year of growth                     Year of   & development         Mil        scholarship          ...
NAPS 2013 – Gender & ServiceWomen  46 18%                  Men                  210                  82%            USN   ...
NAPS 2013 – Race/Ethnicity              Minorities = 56% Battalion (143 of 256)              Native   Hawaiian            ...
NAPS 13 – ProfileNon-English Languages Spoken at Home                         22%   Spanish (30)          German (1)      ...
NAPS 13 – Continental US
NAPS 13 – Alaska
NAPS 13 – Hawaii
NAPS IndoctrinationIntroduction to the Navy and Marine Corps   – Naval heritage and traditions   – Military customs and co...
Indoctrination• Admin  - Induction Day  - Orientation  - Admin Processing          ID Cards, Medical, Dental  - Academics ...
IndoctrinationMilitary Regiment•   Drill•   Uniform•   Core Values•   Character Development•   Life Skills Orientation•   ...
IndoctrinationPhysical Fitness•   Wellness•   Physical Training•   Sports Practices
Indoctrination Schedule24 Jul         Induction Day27 – 30 Jul    Academic assessments29 Jul         1st phone calls (0800...
Indoctrination – Sample Day0430   Reveille0500   Physical training0630   Breakfast0700   Training1100   Lunch1230   Admini...
AY13 Calendar15 Aug            Classes commence15 Sep            Boston Trip 5 – 8 Oct        Parents‟ Weekend16 Oct      ...
Daily Academic Routine• Section sizes:                                    Class                                           ...
Academic Structure• Weekly Curriculum     Mathematics         5     Chemistry           4     English             4   ...
Athletic Programs             Physical Education     Weight Training, Strength & Conditioning,   Physical Readiness Test /...
Character Development,          Military Indoctrination, SpeakersPlanned for:    – ADM Charles R Larson, USN (Ret)        ...
Battalion Activity Fund (BAF)• Purpose:  – Provides for goods and services required for each Midshipman Candidate    (M/C)...
Sponsor Program• Goals:  – Provide mentorship and role modeling.  – Promote growth and an understanding of the Navy‟s    c...
Community Service• Battleship Cove• Special Olympics     • Northeast Sailing Regatta     • Ski Event     • Olympic Games• ...
Commanding Officer’s                Recommendation• CQPA ≥ 2.2• Improved / Sustained grades• Improved / Sustained SAT scor...
USNA ADMISSIONS                 From NAPS to USNA• Congratulations on admission to NAPS &  good luck this year!• Today‟s d...
USNA ADMISSIONS                   From NAPS to USNA• Nomination(s)   – NAPSters receive Secretary of the Navy nomination b...
USNA ADMISSIONS                From NAPS to USNA• Medical  – A new medical evaluation is not required –    DODMERB examina...
NAPS ADMISSIONS BOARD• NAPS Admissions Board  – Comprised of senior leaders from both USNA and    NAPS staff  – “Whole Per...
NAPS ADMISSIONS BOARD• General Criteria   – Academic performance       Grades ≥ 2.2, “C” or better in each course       ...
NAPS ADMISSIONS BOARD• NAPS Admissions Board general criteria  – Moral development – no conduct, motivational or    moral ...
Frequently Asked Questions• Who is the POC for the BAF (Battalion Activities Fund)?                LTJG Mike Grimes       ...
Frequently Asked Questions• How and when can I make contact with a NAPS staff  member?      Command Duty Officer (24/7)   ...
NAPS Honored Memorials                  on Newport Navy BaseLTJG Darin H Pontell, USN    NAPS Graduation Program:  NAPS „9...
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Commanding Officer's I-Day Brief

  1. 1. Naval AcademyPreparatory School Indoctrination Day 24 Jul 2012
  2. 2. Topics• Leadership• History• Indoctrination Overview• Program Overview• Schedule of Important Dates• Summary and Questions
  3. 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 Master Chief CMDCM (SW/NAC) Andy Wilson, USN
  4. 4. Staff Organization Superintendent USNA Commanding Officer NAPS Executive Officer Command Master Chief Academic Dean Athletic Director Battalion Officer Command Services Director BN DI Info Tech Admin Math Chemistry Athletic Football E-7 Dept Clerk Dept Dept Trainers (3) Coach (3) Lacrosse Men’s Bball Company Officers 1st LT SupplyPhysics English Coach Coach Officer Dept Dept USN USN USMC O-3 O-3 O-3 Learning Wrestling Women’s Supply Skills Coach Bball Coach Clerk Senior Enlisted Leaders Baseball USN USN USN Coach (P/T) E-8 E-8 E-7
  5. 5. NAPS History• Informal classes 1915• Formally established 1919 Signed by Under Secretary of the Navy Franklin D Roosevelt
  6. 6. NAPS History1915 – 1920 Naval Station Newport Naval Station San Francisco1921 – 1942 Naval Station Norfolk Naval Station San Diego1942 – 1943 Naval Station Newport1943 - 1949 NTC Bainbridge, MD1949 - 1951 Naval Station Newport1951 - 1974 NTC Bainbridge, MD1974 – present Naval Station Newport
  7. 7. NAPS History1915 – 1968 Fleet Sailors & Marines1958 – 1961 Air Force C/Cs1968 First “direct entries”1976 First females1979 – 2008 Coast Guard C/Cs1991 – 2004 Merchant Marine M/Cs
  8. 8. Distinguished GraduatesMedal of Honor Recipients RADM Eugene B Fluckey, USN WWII USNA NAPS ‟31 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
  9. 9. Distinguished GraduatesOne USNA Superintendent VADM Edward C Waller, USN (Ret), ‟45Two Naval War College Presidents VADM John T Hayward, USN (Ret), ‟26 RADM Edward F Welch, Jr, USN (Ret), ‟43Astronauts Mercury 7 – Col Gordon Cooper, Jr, „46 Current – CDR Christopher J Cassidy, USN, „89Rhodes Scholar Capt Nicholas M Schmitz, USMC, „02
  10. 10. NAPS Alumni Active/Reserve Flag/General OfficersGen John R Allen, USMC NAPS „72 Commander, U.S. Forces AfghanistanADM Samuel J Locklear, III, USN NAPS „73 Commander, U.S. Pacific Command 2 7 2
  11. 11. NAPS Alumni Active/Reserve Flag/General OfficersVADM Robert S Harward, Jr., USN NAPS „75 Deputy Commander, U.S. Central CommandLt Gen Richard T. Tryon, USMC NAPS „71 Deputy Commandant for Plans, Policy and Operations
  12. 12. NAPS Alumni Active/Reserve Flag/General OfficersRADM Earl L Gay, USN NAPS „76 Commander, Navy Recruiting CommandRADM Thomas S Rowden, USN NAPS „78 OPNAV N96
  13. 13. NAPS Alumni Active/Reserve Flag/General OfficersRADM Peter A. Gumataotao, USN NAPS „77 Commander, Carrier Strike Group 11RADM Christopher J. Paul, USNR NAPS „78 Deputy, Naval Surface Force, U.S. Pacific FleetRADM Joseph W. Rixey, USN NAPS „79 Director, Navy International Programs Office
  14. 14. NAPS Alumni Active/Reserve Flag/General OfficersRADM Thomas C. Traaen, SC, USN NAPS „78 Commander, DLA Defense Distro CenterRADM Dixon R. Smith, USN NAPS „79 Commander, Navy Region SouthwestRDML Terry J Benedict, USN NAPS „78 Director, Strategic Systems Program
  15. 15. NAPS Alumni Active/Reserve Flag/General OfficersRDML David Pimpo, SC, USN NAPS „82 Deputy Commander N3/4 Navy Supply Systems Command
  16. 16. NAPS Quote“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 wouldnot only sustain me through the four demanding years of Annapolis, butwould be a touch stone of values for many years thereafter. I cannotcommend the program strongly enough.” General John Allen, USMC NAPS „72 Commander, US Forces - Afghanistan
  17. 17. Distinguished Former StaffVADM William P Mack, USN (Ret) USNA Superintendent, 72-75 Former NAPS Executive OfficerGeneral James N Mattis, USMC Commander, U.S. Central Command Former NAPS Executive OfficerRADM Clifford S. Sharpe, USN COO, NETC Former NAPS English Instructor
  18. 18. NAPS Alumni Remembering 9/11/2001CAPT Robert E CDR Patrick LTJG Darin H Kenneth EDolan, Jr, USN Dunn, USN Pontell, USN Waldie NAPS 77 NAPS 81 NAPS 94 NAPS 74 Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon Flight 11
  19. 19. NAPS MissionTo enhance Midshipman Candidates‟ moral,mental, and physical foundations to preparethem for success at the United States NavalAcademy.
  20. 20. What is NAPS…Really? Year of growth Year of & development Mil scholarship TrngMaturing Process Academic Fitness Development Improvement CharacterMotivational Whole Development Person Academics and Learning Skills Development
  21. 21. NAPS 2013 – Gender & ServiceWomen 46 18% Men 210 82% USN USMC 42 10 16% 4% USNR 204 80%
  22. 22. NAPS 2013 – Race/Ethnicity Minorities = 56% Battalion (143 of 256) Native Hawaiian 4 – 2% Caucasian American 113 – 44% Asian 15 – 6%American 18 – 7% Hispanic 31 – 12% African American 75 – 30%
  23. 23. NAPS 13 – ProfileNon-English Languages Spoken at Home 22% Spanish (30) German (1) Portuguese (1) French (6) Hawaiian (1) Russian (1) Korean (4) Hebrew (1) Swedish (1) Tagalog (4) Japanese (1) Turkish (1) Mandarin (2) Norwegian (1)Attend College • First in Family to Attend College – 9% • First Generation in Family to Attend College – 17%
  24. 24. NAPS 13 – Continental US
  25. 25. NAPS 13 – Alaska
  26. 26. NAPS 13 – Hawaii
  27. 27. NAPS IndoctrinationIntroduction 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
  28. 28. Indoctrination• Admin - Induction Day - Orientation - Admin Processing ID Cards, Medical, Dental - Academics Placement Testing Learning Skills Scheduling
  29. 29. IndoctrinationMilitary Regiment• Drill• Uniform• Core Values• Character Development• Life Skills Orientation• Team Building
  30. 30. IndoctrinationPhysical Fitness• Wellness• Physical Training• Sports Practices
  31. 31. Indoctrination Schedule24 Jul Induction Day27 – 30 Jul Academic assessments29 Jul 1st phone calls (0800 – 1100)6 Aug Sports team practices begin11 Aug NITRO15 Aug 1st Day of classes
  32. 32. Indoctrination – Sample Day0430 Reveille0500 Physical training0630 Breakfast0700 Training1100 Lunch1230 Administrative time1500 Physical training1715 Dinner1800 Drill2000 Hygiene / personal time2100 Taps
  33. 33. AY13 Calendar15 Aug Classes commence15 Sep Boston Trip 5 – 8 Oct Parents‟ Weekend16 Oct End of Marking Period 117 – 21 Oct Battalion Trip to USNA21 – 25 Nov Thanksgiving Break 8 Dec Army-Navy Football Game21 Dec – 3 Jan Winter Break29 Jan End of Marking Period 27 – 8 Feb New York City Trip22 – 31 Mar Spring Break29 Apr End of Marking Period 3 9 May Pass in Review & Graduation Ball10 May Graduation Ceremony
  34. 34. Daily Academic Routine• Section sizes: Class 3 75-Minute Periods – Vary from 15 to 30 0740 – 1145 – Greater than 25 only in accelerated Lunch programs 1150 – 1255• EI Period: Class 1 75-Minute Period – All instructors are available 1300 – 1415 – No student has a class Extra Instruction (EI) 1415 - 1530• Tutor Availability: – Evening study period Physical Fitness & Sports – Selected periods during weekends 1600 - 1745 Dinner 1745 – 1830 Study Period 1900 – 2200
  35. 35. Academic Structure• Weekly Curriculum  Mathematics 5  Chemistry 4  English 4  Physics 4  Lrng Skills (MP1) 1  Info Tech (MP1) 1  SAT (MP1 & MP2) 1• Programs:  Foundation  Intermediate  Advanced
  36. 36. Athletic Programs Physical Education Weight Training, Strength & Conditioning, Physical Readiness Test / Body Fat, Swimming Varsity Sports Fall Winter Spring Football M Basketball BaseballX Country W Basketball LacrosseBaseball Wrestling Outdoor TrackLacrosse Indoor Track
  37. 37. Character Development, Military Indoctrination, SpeakersPlanned for: – ADM Charles R Larson, USN (Ret) – CINCPACFLT, USNA Superintendent (x2) – VADM Michael H Miller, USN – USNA Superintendent – VADM Robert S Harward, USN – Deputy Commander, U.S. Central Command / NAPS „75 – RADM John N Christenson, USN – President Naval War College – RADM Peter A Gumataotao, USN – Commander, Carrier Strike Group ELEVEN / NAPS „77 – RADM Dixon R Smith, USN – Commander, Navy Region Southwest / NAPS „79 – Col Arthur J Athens, USMC (Ret) – Director, Stockdale Center for Ethics and Leadership – Mr. Joe Caruso – Author/Motivational Speaker
  38. 38. Battalion Activity Fund (BAF)• 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: – $2,000 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 applied towards USNA fees during the fall of Plebe year
  39. 39. Sponsor Program• 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.
  40. 40. Community Service• Battleship Cove• Special Olympics • Northeast Sailing Regatta • Ski Event • Olympic Games• Habitat for Humanity• Local Homeless Shelter• Women‟s Center
  41. 41. Commanding Officer’s Recommendation• CQPA ≥ 2.2• Improved / Sustained grades• Improved / Sustained SAT scores• Pass the Physical Readiness Test• Within Body Fat Standards (male – 20%, female – 30%)• Military aptitude• No major conduct issues• No honor violations• Recommendation of NAPS Commanding Officer
  42. 42. USNA ADMISSIONS From NAPS to USNA• Congratulations on admission to NAPS & good luck this year!• Today‟s discussion – Admission to the Class of 2017• 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
  43. 43. 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, however, 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.
  44. 44. 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.
  45. 45. 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
  46. 46. NAPS ADMISSIONS BOARD• General Criteria – Academic performance  Grades ≥ 2.2, “C” or better in each course  Performance/level of effort on College entrance examinations taken at NAPS  Grade trends – looking for positive improvement throughout the year – Evaluations  Teachers & military chain of command
  47. 47. NAPS ADMISSIONS BOARD• NAPS Admissions Board general criteria – Moral development – no conduct, motivational or moral issues – Physical development – pass the USNA Physical Readiness Test (PRT) – Within height/weight standards for admission – Commanding Officer‟s recommendation
  48. 48. Frequently Asked Questions• Who is the POC for the BAF (Battalion Activities Fund)? LTJG Mike Grimes grimes@naps.edu 401.841.4255• When should I buy plane tickets for Thanksgiving and winter breaks? – 1100 for Providence Airport (3 hrs after liberty call at 0800) – 1300 for Boston Airport (5 hrs after liberty call at 0800) – Liberty expires at 1800 on return dates.
  49. 49. 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 2013 PARENTS
  50. 50. NAPS Honored Memorials on Newport Navy BaseLTJG Darin H Pontell, USN NAPS Graduation Program: NAPS „94, USNA „98 - VADM Francis R Donovan, USN (Ret) NAPS „55, USNA „59 - CDR Michael P DeRusso, USN – IntelDewey Field BenchOverlookingBay & Bridge Capt John L Prichard, USMC NAPS Battalion Officer, „65-‟67 Asst Football CoachNewport Cup USNA „61Initiated „11 Col John W Ripley, USMC Sijan Hall, USAFA NAPS „58, USNA ‟62 EELT Brendan J Looney, USNNAPS „00, USNA ‟04 SEALMARDET Wall2nd LT Robert D Reem, USMC CDR William C McCool, USN Capt Lance P Sijan, USAF NAPS ‟44, USNA „48 Astronaut, USNA „83 NAPS „61, USAFA „65

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