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The NLPG brings together myriad of information that is compact and portable. Includes a 15-month calendar (January 2012 to March 2013), a complete list of CPPD courses and services, Navy and Marine Corps Selection Board and Fitness Report/Evaluation schedules, and the Navy and Marine Corps Professional Reading Program lists.

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  1. 1. Center for Personal and Professional Development “Our mission is to develop the Navy’s workforce byproviding education and training opportunities that buildpersonal, professional and leadership competencies in support of mission readiness.” 2012 Naval Leader Planning Guide Please Recycle IF FOUND, PLEASE RETURN TO:__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  2. 2. Sailor’s Creed Department of the Navy I am a United States Sailor. CORE VALUES CHARTER I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America and I will obey the orders of those appointed over me. As in our past, we are dedicated to the Core Values of Honor, Courage and Commitment to build the foundation of trust and leadership upon which our strengthI represent the fighting spirit of the Navy and those who have gone is based and victory is achieved. These principles on which the U.S. Navy and the before me to defend freedom and democracy around the world. U.S. Marine Corps were founded continue to guide us today. Every member of the Naval Service - active, reserve and civilian, must understand and live by our Core Values. For more than two hundred years, members of the Naval Service I proudly serve my country’s Navy combat team with Honor, have stood ready to protect our nation and our freedom. We are ready today to Courage and Commitment. carry out any mission; deter any conflict around the globe, and if called upon to fight, be victorious. We will be faithful to our Core Values of Honor, Courage and Commitment as our abiding duty and privilege. I am committed to excellence and the fair treatment of all. “HONOR” I am accountable for my professional and personal behavior. I will be mindful of the privilege I have to serve my fellow Americans. I will: The Navy Ethos • Abide by an uncompromising code of integrity, taking full responsibility for my actions and keeping my word. • Conduct myself in the highest ethical manner in relationships with seniors, We are the United States Navy, our Nation’s sea power – ready peers and subordinates. Be honest and truthful in my dealings within and guardians of peace, victorious in war. outside the Department of the Navy. • Make honest recommendations to my seniors and peers and seek honest recommendations from junior personnel.We are professional Sailors and Civilians – a diverse and agile force • Encourage new ideas and deliver bad news forthrightly.exemplifying the highest standards of service to our Nation, at home • Fulfill my legal and ethical responsibilities in my public and personal life. and abroad, at sea and ashore. “COURAGE” Integrity is the foundation of our conduct; respect for others is Courage is the value that gives me the moral and mental strength to do what is fundamental to our character; decisive leadership is crucial to our right, with confidence and resolution, even in the face of temptation or adversity. I will: success. • Have the courage to meet the demands of my profession. • Make decisions and act in the best interest of the Department of the Navy We are a team, disciplined and well-prepared, committed to and the nation, without regard to personal consequences. • Overcome all challenges while adhering to the highest standards of personal mission accomplishment. We do not waver in our dedication and conduct and decency. accountability to our shipmates and families. • Be loyal to my nation by ensuring the resources entrusted to me are used in an honest, careful and efficient way.We are patriots, forged by the Navy’s core values of Honor, Courageand Commitment. In times of war and peace, our actions reflect our “COMMITMENT” proud heritage and tradition. The day-to-day duty of every man and woman in the Department of the Navy is to join together as a team to improve the quality of our work, our people and ourselves. We defend our Nation and prevail in the face of adversity with I will: strength, determination, and dignity. • Foster respect up and down the chain of command. • Care for the personal and spiritual well-being of my people. • Show respect toward all people without regard to race, religion or gender. We are the United States Navy. • Always strive for positive change and personal improvement. • Exhibit the highest degree of moral character, professional excellence, quality, and competence in all that I do. 2 259
  3. 3. DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY CENTER FOR PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (Fold and tape to seal) 1905 REGULUS AVENUE VIRGINIA BEACH, VA 23461-2009DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVYCENTER FOR PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTATTN CODE N6 EDITOR NLWP 20111905 REGULUS AVE, BLDG 199VIRGINIA BEACH VA 23461-2009—————————————OFFICIAL BUSINESS 01 January 2012 Greetings, It is my distinct pleasure to provide the 2012 edition of the Naval Leader Planning Guide and CENTER FOR PERSONAL AND the Naval Leader Weekly Planner. Our mission at the Center for Personal and Professional PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Development is to develop the Navy’s workforce by providing education and training opportunities that build personal, professional and leadership competencies in support of ATTN CODE N6 EDITOR NLWP 2011 mission readiness and this guide is one way we assist Sailors in their development. 1905 REGULUS AVE, BLDG 199 VIRGINIA BEACH VA 23461-2009 In this edition you will find important events in the annual calendar that every naval leader should know and a host of other resources that will help you in your job. From course listings that your Sailors can use to further their development to planning worksheets you can use to organize your own growth, I hope you’ll find this guide a useful tool. This product is only as useful as the information it contains so your feedback is important for the continuous improvement of our guide. There are a variety of ways for you to provide feedback. Feedback can be submitted using the form in the back of this guide that you can ...................................................................................................................... mail, fax, or email (CPPD.Feedback@navy.mil), or you can submit corrections using Navy FOLD ALONG DOTTED LINE Knowledge Online (NKO) under either the Leadership or Personal Development pages. The Naval Leader Planning Guide and the Naval Leader Weekly Planner are not available for purchase this year through the Navy Forms Online webpage. Downloading the product and reproducing locally is the primary delivery method. Commands are also authorized to use these downloaded files to request printing from their local printing agency. I encourage you to use one of these methods to make sure every one of your Leaders has a copy of this product. On behalf of the staff at CPPD, thank you for using this edition of the Naval Leader Planning Guide or the Naval Leader Weekly Planner. I hope this product will assist you in being successful Naval Leaders. C. HOLLINGSWORTH ...................................................................................................................... FOLD ALONG DOTTED LINE CAPT, U.S. Navy 258 3
  4. 4. 1. What is your rank? O Seabee O Information for Advancement Chart User Information O E-1/2/3 O SEAL/SWCC O Community Mgrs/Tech Adv List O E-4 O EOD/Diver O Miscellaneous Websites O E-5 O CT/IS O Personnel Admin Reference IndexThe Naval Leader Planning Guide (NLPG) and the Naval Leader Weekly Planner(NLWP) are produced annually by CPPD. They contain calendars, important dates, O E-6 O Other O Individual Devel Planning Pagesreferences, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and other information that may be O E-7/8/9 7. Other community personnel only. O Notes Pagesuseful to all Naval Leaders. The 8.5” x 11” NLPG is in the standard monthly format.The 5.8” x 8.5” NLWP is in a weekly format that is designed to fit into your personal O O-1 Please specify community. O Leadership Tutorsday planner/organizer binder (7-hole or 3-hole punched). The guides and planners are O O-2 ________________________ O Mentoring Sectionavailable for download and may be printed by all Naval personnel. O O-3 8. How often do you use the NLWP? O Reading ListsThe NLPG/NLWP are also available on the NKO website in .pdf format and in a O O-4 O Several times a day 14. Which of the following are leastversion for Outlook. URL is: https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil. After logging in, click on the O O-5> O About once a day useful to you?Leadership tab. The pubs are in the section for Naval Leader Planning Guide 2012. 2. What is your job title? O About 3 times a week O Things To Do PagesDates for Holy Days and Religious Observances can be found at the InterfaithCalendar website at www.interfaithcalendar.com. O Work Center Supervisor O About once a month O Monthly Calendar PagesHistorical information was taken from the Naval Historical Center and the USMC O LPO O Less than once a month O FITREP/EVAL/COUNSELING CalHistory and Museum Division websites. O CPO O Never use O Information for Advancement ChartVarious ethnic and religious groups in America celebrate days with special meaning O Dept. LCPO 9. If you selected “never use” in the O Community Mgrs/Tech Adv Listto them even though these are not national holidays. Jews, for example, observe O Division Officer previous question please explain O Miscellaneous Websitestheir high holy days in September, Muslims celebrate Ramadan, African Americanscelebrate Kwanzaa, Irish Americans celebrate the old country’s patron saint, St. O Department Head why. O Personnel Admin Reference IndexPatrick, on March 17, and Mardi Gras is the day before the Christian season of Lent O Executive Officer _______________________ O Individual Devel Planning Pagesbegins and is a big occasion in New Orleans, Louisiana, where huge parades and wild O Commanding Officer 10. If the NLWP was accessible only on O Notes Pagesrevels take place. There are many other such religious and ethnic celebrations in theUnited States. O Other NKO, would you use it on a regular O Leadership Tutors 3. Other job title only. basis? O Mentoring SectionFeedback is extremely important to ensure the continuous improvement and futureexistence of this publication. Your comments and suggestions are encouraged and will _____________________ O Definitely would O Reading Listsbe taken into consideration when making decisions about NLPG changes in design 4. What is your service status? O Very likely 15. If the NLWP were revised to includeand/or content. Feedback questionnaires are available in the publication; please fillthem out and submit them. O USN O Possibly only the leadership reference O USNR-FTS O Very unlikely material,without the calendarPOC for content or to add your command to the distribution list e-mail:CPPDFeedback@navy.mil O USNR-SELRES O Definitely would not feature, how likely is it that youVarious ethnic and religious groups in America celebrate days with special meaning O USMC O Not sure would use it?to them even though these are not national holidays. Jews, for example, observe O USMC-RESERVE 11. If you selected “definitely would not” O Definitely wouldtheir high holy days in September, Muslims celebrate Ramadan, African Americans O USMC-ACTIVE RESERVE please explain why. O Very likelycelebrate Kwanzaa, Irish Americans celebrate the old countrys patron saint, St.Patrick, on March 17, and Mardi Gras is the day before the Christian season of Lent 5. How many years of military service? ______________________ O Possiblybegins and is a big occasion in New Orleans, Louisiana, where huge parades and wild O <1 ______________________ O Very unlikelyrevels take place. There are many other such religious and ethnic celebrations in the O 1-4 12. How useful is the NLWP to you in O Definitely would notUnited States. O 5-8 your leadership role? O Not sure Dates listed in this publication are subject to change without notice, O 9-12 O Very useful Please verify through official channels. Demographics. O 13-16 O Useful Name : _________________ O 17-20 O NeutralCover image: (Optional) O 20 + O Not useful Telephone: ______________111017-N-VN693-525 ARABIAN SEA (Oct. 17, 2011) Two F/A-18C Hornets assigned (Optional) 6. What is your primary community? O Not at all usefulto the Golden Dragons of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 192 fly over the aircraftcarrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) to show support for the upcoming Army/Navy O Aviation 13. Which of the following are most E-Mail: _________________football game. John C. Stennis is deployed to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility O Surface useful you? (check all that apply) (Optional)conducting maritime security operations and support missions as part of Operations O Submarine O Monthly Calendar PagesEnduring Freedom and New Dawn. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass CommunicationSpecialist 2nd Class Walter M. Wayman/Released) O Medical/Dental O FITREP/EVAL/COUNSELING Cal 4 257
  5. 5. Center for Personal and Professional Development Personal Information / Chain Of Command Naval Leader Weekly Planner (NLWP) Feedback Questionnaire Privacy Act Statement Name: Rate/Rank: Address:Authority to request this information is granted under Title 5, U.S. Code 301 andDepartment of the Navy Regulations Executive Order 9397. Telephone: E-mail:Purpose: The purpose of this questionnaire is to collect and compile data to evaluatethe effectiveness of the Naval Leader Weekly Planner. Important Local Numbers Quarterdeck/Duty Phone:Routine Uses: The information provided will be used by the Center for Personal andProfessional Development to evaluate the NLWG and make improvements. Personal Supervisor:data is requested to perform demographic analysis. Information you provide will beconsidered only when statistically combined with the responses of others and will not LPO/LCPO:be identified with any individual. Command Master Chief:Disclosure: The information you provide will NOT become part of your permanent Division Officer:record and will NOT be used to make decisions about you, which will affect yourcareer in any way. Failure to respond to any questions will NOT result in any penalties Medical:except possible lack of representation of your views in the final results and outcomes. Dental: Mentor: Career Counselor: Command Financial Specialist: Local Fleet and Family Services: Your Opinion Matters: Veterans Affairs. Please fill out and send Feedback Questionnaire located on next page DO NOT DISCUSS CLASSIFIED MATERIAL ON NONSECURE TELEPHONES. OFFICIAL DOD TELE- PHONES ARE SUBJECT TO MONITORING FOR COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY PURPOSES AT ALL TIMES. DOD telephones are provided for the transmission of official government information only and are subject to communications security monitoring at all times. Use of official DOD telephones constitutes consent to telephone monitoring in accordance with DOD Directive 4640.6. 256 5
  6. 6. Things To Do Miscellaneous Navy Directory (continued)Date Item Date Item U.S. NAVAL INSTITUTE www.usni.org General Information - (410) 268-6110 Orders - (800) 233-8764 FAX - (410) 269-7940 FAX USO WORLD HEADQUARTERS www.uso.org To make donations (800) USO-SHOW (876-7469) To contact USO (703) 908-6400 VIRTUAL EDUCATION CENTER (VEC) (877) 838-1659/492-4684 DSN FAX - (757) 492-5095/DSN 0600 - 2100 CST / 7 days a week (except Christmas, New Year’s, Thanksgiving, and July 4th) VOTING ASSISTANCE INFORMATION www.fvap.gov/services/vic.html DOD Voting Information Center (VIC) 24 hour recorded service information E-mail: vote@fvap.ncr.gov (703) 588-4584, DSN 425 * Messsage can be left 24 hours a day, 7 days a week 6 255
  7. 7. Miscellaneous Navy Directory (continued) Things To Do Miscellaneous Navy Directory (continued) Date Item Date ItemTRICAREhttp://www.tricare.mil/mybenefit/home Contact information: http://www.tricare.mil/contactus Beneficiary Counseling and Assistance Coordinators Debt Collection Assistance Officer Directory http://www.tricare.mil/bcacdcaoUNIFORM SUPPORT CENTER (CONUS/Guam/HI/V.I./Puerto Rico) https://www.nexnet.nexweb.org/pls/nexauth/wg_select_speed (Customer Service) E-mail: customerservice@nexweb.org 1-800-628-3924 (Mon. - Fri.) From US: 1-877-810-9030 (757) 631-3906 From Overseas: 001-877-432-1736USMC HOMEPAGEhttp://www.marines.milU.S. NAVAL INSTITUTEwww.usni.org General Information - (410) 268-6110 Orders - (800) 233-8764 FAX - (410) 571-1703 FAXUSO WORLD HEADQUARTERSwww.uso.org To make donations: (800) USO-SHOW (876-7469) To contact USO: 1-888-484-3876VOLUNTARY EDUCATION (NAVY COLLEGE CENTER)https://www.navycollege.navy.mil (877) 838-1659/492-4684 DSN 0600 - 2100 CST / 5 days a week (Monday-Friday) (except Christmas, New Year’s, Thanksgiving, and July 4th) 254 7
  8. 8. January 2012 Miscellaneous Navy Directory (continued) SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY NAVAL INSPECTOR GENERAL HOTLINEPrinciples of Naval Leadership1. Know yourself and seek self-improvement. February 2012 www.ig.navy.mil • Make an honest evaluation of yourself to determine your strong and weak personal qualities. S M T W T F S 1-800-522-3451 Mon. - Fri, 0800 - 1600 EST • Seek the honest opinions of your friends and superiors to show you how to improve your 1 2 3 4 FAX (202) 433-2613, DSN 288 leadership ability. • Learn by studying the causes of success or failure of other leaders. 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 E-mail: NAVIGHotlines@navy.mil • Develop a genuine interest in people. • Have specific goals and definite plans to attain them. 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 NAVAL WAR COLLEGE • Have a systematic personal reading program that emphasizes not only professional subjects but also includes topics to help you understand people, both as individuals ,and 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 www.nwc.navy.mil in their functioning groups. (Quarterdeck) Command Duty Office 26 27 28 29 (401) 841-3089/1310 DSN 841 1 2 3 4 NAVY ADVANCEMENT CENTER 001/365 002/364 003/363 004/362 https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil/portal/careermanagement/navyadvancementcenter To e-mail questions, suggestions, or problems to Navy Advancement Center: Advancement Exam Development and Content SFLY_NAVY_ADVANCEMENT@navy.mil New Year’s Day New Year’s Day Observed Advancement Exam Discrepancies 8 9 10 11 SFLY_N321_DISCREPANC@navy.mil 008/358 009/357 010/356 011/355 Advancement Exam Ordering and Shipping SFLY_N321_EXAM_ORDER@navy.mil Advancement Exam general Questions SFLY_EXAM_QUESTIONS@navy.mil United Nations Day Non-Resident Training Course (NRTC) 15 16 17 18 (Central Enrollment Mangement and Help Desk) 015/351 016/350 017/349 018/348 Helpdesk: nrtc@navy.mil Website: https://courses.netc.navy.mil NAVY LODGE (24 hours a day, 7 days a week) www.navy-lodge.com Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday 1-800-NAVY INN (628-9466) 22 23 24 25 DSN 942-5173 022/344 023/343 024/342 025/341 NAVY-MARINE CORPS RELIEF SOCIETY www.nmcrs.org (703) 696-4904 DSN 426 (703) 696-0144 (Fax) NAVY PROFESSIONAL READING PROGRAM 29 30 31 029/337 030/336 031/335 www.navyreading.navy.mil STANDARD AUTOMATED LOGISTICS TOOL SET - (SALTS) US NAVY SALTS PROJECT: https://www.navsup.navy.mil/ SALTS Help Desk: Click on “Tools and Applications”; scroll down to WinSALTS link “ I never had a policy; I have just tried to do my very best each and every day” (215) 697-1112, DSN 442 E-mail: SALTSHELP@navy.mil ~Abraham Lincoln 253
  9. 9. Miscellaneous Navy Directory (continued) January 2012MARINE CORPS RESERVE ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY REMINDERS www.usmcra.org 31 FITREPS/Evals due: USN 000/365 (703) 289-1204 31 - O-3 (All)MILITARY ONESOURCE USMC 31 - 2ndLt (Active)www.militaryonesource.com Stateside: CONUS: 1-800-342-9647 Mid-term Counseling due: USN Overseas: *OCONUS Universal Free Phone: 800-342-9467 O-6 (All) Collect from Overseas: OCONUS Collect: 484-530-5908 E-3/2/1 (All) En espanol llame al: 1-877-888-0727 Boards convening: TTY/TDD: 1-866-607-6794 USN 5 6 7 09 - Active CWO to LDO/LTJG IP Korea DSN: 550-ARMY (2769) 005/361 006/360 007/359 (PERS 8) 09 - Active/Reserve Enlisted to LDO/CWO IP (PERS 8)*Use applicable access code before dialing toll free number. 09 - Reserve Enlisted to LDO CWO IP (PERS 92)NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE 10 - Reserve O-6 Line (PERS 8) 10 - FTS O-6 Line (PERS 8)www.ndvh.org 11 - Active O-6 Line (PERS 8) 11 - Active O-5 Continuation (800) 799-SAFE (7233) (PERS 8) 24 - Command Master Chief (800) 787-3224 (TTY) 12 13 14 Screen (PERS 40FF) 012/354 013/353 014/352 24 - Command Senior Chief (PERS 40FF)NAVY SEXUAL ASSAULT AND PREVENTION HOTLINE 26 - 2nd Quarter Spot (PERS 8) 26 - 2nd Quarter Specialwww.rainn.org (PERS 8) 31 - Active O-6 Staff (PERS 8) (877) 995-5247 or text 55247 31 - Active O-5 Staff Continuation (PERS 8) Free. Confidential. 24/7 31 - Law Education Program (LEP) (PERS 4416)NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE USMC 19 20 21 18 - Major (Reserve) (800) 273-TALK (8255) 019/347 020/346 021/345 19 - Captain (Active) 24 - Lieutenant ColonelNATIONAL MILITARY FAMILY ASSOCIATION, INC. (Reserve)www.nmfa.org (703) 931-NMFA (6632) E-7 Advancement Exams (703) 931-4600 FAX E-mail: families@nmfa.org 26 27 28 026/340 027/339 028/338 info@militaryfamily.org MONTHLY GOALSNAVAL ENLISTED RESERVE ASSOCIATION (NERA)www.nera.org 1-800-776-9020 or (703) 534-1329 Fax: 703-534-3617 E-mail: members@nera.orgNAVAL HISTORY AND HERITAGE CENTERwww.history.navy.mil Navy Museum (202) 433-4882 DSN 288 Navy Department Library This Month In History (202) 433-4132 DSN 288 January 1, 1959 - U.S. Naval Observatory introduces system of uniform atomic time using cesium beam atomic Other Information oscillators. This measurement has been adopted as standard by the International Committee on Weights and Measures. (202) 433-7830 DSN 288 January 16, 1991 - Operation Desert Storm, liberation of Kuwait from Iraq begins 252
  10. 10. Naval Leader Weekly Planner Miscellaneous Navy Directory 26 December 2011 - 01 January 2012 “I never had a policy; I have just tried to do my very best each and every day. “ ~Abraham Lincoln NPC HOMEPAGE www.npc.navy.mil/channels Appointments0600 ______________________ Monday 26 December 2011 _____________________________________________________________ ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY www.ausn.org0700 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ Toll-free Numbers:0800 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ (866) 672-49680900 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ (866) 683-3647 (Fax)1000 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________1100 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ BUPERS ACCESS1200 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ https://www.bupersaccess.navy.mil/login.asp1300 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ DEFENSE ENROLLMENT ELIGIBILITY REPORTING SYSTEM (DEERS)1400 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ http://www.tricare.mil/mybenefit/home/overview/Eligibility/DEERS1500 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ (800) 538-95521600 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE (411)1800 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ http://www.dfas.mil/ Ask Military Pay0600 ______________________ Tuesday 27 December 2011 _____________________________________________________________ https://corpweb1.dfas.mil/askDFAS/askDFAS.jsp0700 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ Active Duty Pay, Reserve Pay, Garnishment0800 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ (888) 332-74110900 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ Debt Management Customer Service Section1000 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ (800) 962-06481100 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ DIVERSITY/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY ADVICE LINE1200 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ www.npc.navy.mil/commandsupport/equalopportunity1300 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ (800) 253-09311400 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ Comm: (901) 874-2507 DSN 8821500 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ (Overseas call collect )1600 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ E-Mail: mill_navyeoadvice@navy.mil1700 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________1800 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ FEDERAL VOTING ASSISTANCE INFORMATION www.fvap.gov0600 ______________________ Wednesday 28 December 2011 _____________________________________________________________ DOD Voting Information Center (VIC)0700 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ 24 hour recorded service information0800 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ E-mail: vote@fvap.gov0900 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ 1-800-438-VOTE (8683), DSN 425-15841000 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ * Messsage can be left 24 hours a day, 7 days a weekUSMC HOMEPAGE1100 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ http://www.marines.mil/marinelink/mcn2000.nsf/homepage?readform1200 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATION (FRA)1300 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ www.fra.org1400 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ (703) 683-14001500 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ MARINE CORPS HISTORICAL DIVISION1600 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ hqinet001.hqmc.usmc.mil/HD1700 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ Archives Section: (202) 433-34391800 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ 10 251
  11. 11. January 2012 February 2012 March 2012 United States Marine Corps Professional Reading S 1 M 2 T 3 W 4 T 5 F 6 S 7 S M T W 1 T 2 F 3 S 4 S M T W T 1 F 2 S 3 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Program (continued) 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 18 19 20 21 22 23 24Colonel to General 29 30 31 26 27 28 29 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 • Decoding Clausewitz: A New Approach to On War by J. Sumida Thursday 29 December 2011 Appointments • Dereliction of Duty by H. R. McMaster _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0600 • Diplomacy by H. Kissinger _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0700 • Feeding Mars by J. A. Lynn _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0800 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0900 • First to Fight: An Inside View of the U.S. Marine Corps by LtGen Krulak _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1000 • Once A Marine: An Iraq War Tank Commander’s Inspirational Memoir of Combat, Courage, and Recovery by Nick Popaditch and Mike Steere _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1100 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1200 • Supreme Command by E. A. Cohen _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1300 • The Coldest Winter: America and the Korean War by D. Halberstam _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1400 • The Crisis of Islam _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1500 • The Culture of War by M. Van Creveld _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1600 • The Last Stand of Fox Company by B. Drury and T. Clavin _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1700 • The Lions of Iwo Jima by Maj Gen (ret) F. Haynes and J. Warren _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1800 • Tiger Force: A True Story of Men and War by M. Sallah and M. Weiss Friday 30 December 2011 • Tried by War by J. McPherson _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0600 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0700 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0800*Current, topical titles provided by Marine Corps University at each Executive Off-Site. _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0900 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1000 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1100 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1200 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1300 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1400 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1500 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1600 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1700 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1800 Saturday 31 December 2011 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0900 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1100 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1300 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1500 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1700 Sunday 01 January 2012 New Year’s Day _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0900 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1100 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1300 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1500 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1700 11 250
  12. 12. Naval Leader Weekly Planner United States Marine Corps Professional 02 January 2012 - 08 January 2012 Reading Program (continued) “Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.” ~William Shakespeare~Donald H. McGannon Major (continued) Appointments pp • Once An Eagle by A. Myrer0600 ______________________ New Year’s Day Observed Monday 02 January 2012 _____________________________________________________________ • The Culture of War by M. Van Creveld0700 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • The Guns of August by B. W. Tuchman0800 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • The Landmark Thucydides: A Comprehensive Guide to the Peloponnesian War0900 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ by Thucydides ed. by R. Strassler, transl. by R. Crawley1000 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • The Last Stand of Fox Company by B. Drury and T. Clavin1100 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • The Lions of Iwo Jima by Maj Gen (ret) F. Haynes and J. Warren1200 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • Tiger Force: A True Story of Men and War by M. Sallah and M. Weiss1300 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • The World is Flat 3.0 by T. L. Friedman1400 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ Lieutenant Colonel1500 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • First to Fight: An Inside View of the U. S. Marine Corps by Krulak, Victor H.1600 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ LtGen1800 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • Carnage and Culture by V. Hanson Tuesday 03 January 2012 • Decoding Clausewitz: A New Approach to On War by J. Sumida0600 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________0700 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • Defeat into Victory by W. Slim0800 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • Descent into Chaos by Ahmed Rashid0900 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • Masters of War by M. Handel1000 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • Once a Marine: An Iraq War Tank Commander’s Inspirational Memoir of1100 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ Combat, Courage, and Recovery by Nick Popaditch and Mike Steere1200 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • The Coldest Winter: America and the Korean War by D. Halberstam1300 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • The Last Stand of Fox Company by B. Drury and T. Clavin1400 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • The Lions of Iwo Jima by Maj Gen (ret) F. Haynes and J. Warren1500 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • Tiger Force: A True Story of Men and War by M. Sallah and M. Weiss1600 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • Supplying War by M. Van Creveld1700 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • The Culture of War by M. Van Creveld1800 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ • Triumph Forsaken by M. Moyar0600 ______________________ Wednesday 04 January 2012 _____________________________________________________________0700 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________0800 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________0900 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________1000 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________1100 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________1200 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________1300 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________1400 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________1500 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________1600 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________1700 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________1800 ______________________ _____________________________________________________________ 12 249
  13. 13. January 2012 February 2012 March 2012 United States Marine Corps Professional Reading S 1 M 2 T 3 W 4 T 5 F 6 S 7 S M T W 1 T 2 F 3 S 4 S M T W T 1 F 2 S 3 Program (continued) 8 15 9 16 10 17 11 18 12 19 13 20 14 21 5 6 12 13 7 14 8 15 9 16 10 17 11 18 4 5 11 12 6 13 7 14 8 15 9 16 10 17 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 29 30 31 26 27 28 29 25 26 27 28 29 30 311st Lieutenant • First to Fight: An Inside View of the U. S. Marine Corps, by Krulak, Victor H. Appointments LtGen Thursday 05 January 2012 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0600 • The Coldest Winter: America and the Korean War by D. Halberstam _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0700 • Once a Marine: An Iraq War Tank Commander’s Inspirational Memoir of _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0800 Combat, Courage, and Recovery by Nick Popaditch and Mike Steere _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0900 • Baghdad at Sunrise: A Brigade Commander’s War in Iraq by P. Mansoor _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1000 • Battle Cry of Freedom by M. McPherson _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1100 • Battle Exhortation, The Rhetoric of Combat Leadership by K. Yellin _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1200 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1300 • Counterinsurgency Warfare by D. Galula _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1400 • Reminiscences of a Marine by J. A. Lejeune _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1500 • The Bridge at Dong Ha by J. G. Miller _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1600 • The Last Stand of Fox Company by B. Drury and T. Clavin _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1700 • The Lions of Iwo Jima by Maj Gen (ret) F. Haynes and J. Warren _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1800 • Tiger Force: A True Story of Men and War by M. Sallah and M. Weiss Friday 06 January 2012 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0600 • The Face of Battle by J. Keegan _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0700Captain _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0800 • First to Fight: An Inside View of the U. S. Marine Corps by Krulak, _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0900 Victor H. LtGen _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1000 • Baghdad at Sunrise: A Brigade Commander’s War in Iraq by P. Mansoor _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1100 • For the Common Defense by A. R. Millet _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1200 • On Combat by D. Grossman _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1300 • Savage Wars of Peace by M. Boot _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1400 • The Arab Mind by R. Tatai _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1500 • Once a Marine: An Iraq War Tank Commander’s Inspirational Memoir of _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1600 Combat, Courage, and Recovery by Nick Popaditch and Mike Steere _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1700 • The Coldest Winter: America and the Korean War by D. Halberstam _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1800 • The Last Stand of Fox Company by B. Drury and T. Clavin Saturday 07 January 2012 • The Lions of Iwo Jima by Maj Gen (ret) F. Haynes and J. Warren _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0900 _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1100 • Tiger Force: A True Story of Men and War by M. Sallah and M. Weiss _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1300 • The Mask of Command by J. Keegan _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1500Major _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1700 • First to Fight: An Inside View of the U. S. Marine Corps by Krulak, Victor H. LtGen Sunday 08 January 2012 • The Coldest Winter: America and the Korean War by D. Halberstam _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 0900 • Once a Marine: An Iraq War Tank Commander’s Inspirational Memoir of _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1100 Combat, Courage, and Recovery by Nick Popaditch and Mike Steere _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1300 • Decoding Clausewitz: A New Approach to On War by J. Sumida _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1500 • Grant Takes Command by B. Catton _____________________________________________________________ _________________________ 1700 13 248

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