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What time is it Slug!?!

 


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Due to the fallacious nature of my chronometer and the inability of my cerebrum to function in the manner of an august Chief Petty Officer I am unable to ascertain the correct time to a punctilious degree. However, it is my firm belief that the approximate military time is _____ local,


Rules of the Chief #1
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The Chief is always right.


Rules of the chief #2
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In the impossible hypothesis that a subordinate may be right, Rule # 1 is immediately invoked.


Rules of the chief #3
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Chiefs never sleep, they rest.


Rules of the chief #4
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Chiefs are never late they are detained on import business elsewhere.


Rules of the chief #5
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Chiefs never leave their work their presence is required elsewhere.


Rules of the chief #6
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Chiefs never read the newspaper, they study current political events.


Rules of the chief #7
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Whoever approaches the Chief with an idea must leave with the Chiefs idea.


Oath of Enlistment
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I, ______ do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the uniform code of military justice. So Help me God.


How long have you been in the Navy Slug!?!
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All me bloomin life me mudder was a mermaid, me fodder was King Neptune. I was born on the crest of a wave and rocked in the cradle of the deep. Barnacle and kelp is me clothes, Seaweed is me hair every tooth in me head is marlin spike, every bone is pure spar and when I spits, I spits tar. I is tough, I is, I am I are!


Request for signing of the charge book
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(Most Honorable Mater Chief, More Honorable Senior Chief, Honorable Chief) may I please have the honor of introducing my humble self. I am Chief Petty Officer Select ______ I have been selected to become a member of the hallowed brotherhood of Chief Petty Officers of the United States Navy. Whereas, I realize honorable one that I am not yet wise enough to be called chief, I ask of you and your honorable brethren, that you indulge me with teachings from your vast storehouse of knowledge on all worldly things so that I may be mentally prepared to, in the future, walk near your side. Honorable one would you do me the honor of making an entry in my book.


The Chief's Fouled Anchor

U, S, N


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Unity, Service, Navagation


The Chief's Fouled Anchor

The Chain of Life


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Flexibility

Forged with Honor, Morality and Virtue

 


The Chief's Fouled Anchor

The Anchor


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Keeps us steadfast in the storm of temptation, affliction and persecution

 


The Chief's Fouled Anchor

The Chain Fouled


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"The Sailor's Disgrace"


MCM-14


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USS CHIEF, honors the service and tradition of the CPOs of the USN


The birthdate of the CPO
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April 1st, 1893


Earliest use of the term "Chief"
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June 1, 1776


Anchor's Aweigh
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As of the Summer of 2004, the verses taught at Navy Boot Camp are:

Stand, Navy, out to sea, Fight our battle cry;
We'll never change our course, So vicious foe steer shy-y-y-y.
Roll out the TNT , Anchors Aweigh. Sail on to victory
And sink their bones to Davy Jones, hooray!
Anchors Aweigh, my boys, Anchors Aweigh.
Farewell to foreign shores, We sail at break of day, of day.
Through our last night on shore, Drink to the foam,
Until we meet once more. Here's wishing you a happy voyage home!

 


MCPON's Mission
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To provide leadership to the enlisted force and advice to Navy leadership to create combat-ready Naval Forces.


MCPON's Vision
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A senior enlisted force that serves first and foremost as deck-plate leaders committed to developing Sailors and enforcing standards remains responsive, aligned and well-connected to both Leadership and Sailors; and conducts itself in a consistently professional, ethical and traditional manner.


MCPON's Guiding Principals

(DIP-CLAS)


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Deck-plate Leadership

Institutional and Technical Expertise

Professionalism

Character

Loyalty

Active Communication

Sense of Heritage

 


Deckplate Leadership
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Chiefs are visible leaders who set the tone. We will know the mission, know our Sailors and develop them beyond their expectations as a team and as individuals.


Institutional and Technical Expertise


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Chiefs are the experts in their field. We will use experience and technical knowledge to produce a well trained enlisted and officer team.


Professionalism
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Chiefs will actively teach, uphold and enforce standards. We will measure ourselves by the success of our Sailors. We will remain invested in the Navy through self-motivated military and academic education and training and will provide proactive solutions that are well-founded, thoroughly considered, and linked to mission accomplishment.


Character
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Chiefs abide by an uncompromising code of integrity, take full responsibility for their actions and keep their word. This will set a positive tone for the command, unify the mess, and create esprit de corps.


Loyalty
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Loyalty must be demonstrated to seniors, peers and subordinates alike, and that it must never be blind. Few things are more important than people who have the moral courage to question the appropriate direction in which an organization is headed and then the strength to support whatever final decisions are made.


Active Communication
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Chiefs encourage open and frank dialog, listen to Sailors and energize the communication flow up and down the chain of command. This will increase unit efficiency, mission readiness, and mutual respect.


Sense of Heritage
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Defines our past and guides our future. Chiefs will use heritage to connect Sailors to their past, teach values and enhance pride in service to our country.


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