U.S. Naval Academy Fundamentals of Naval Science series.
Title: Ship Organization and Personnel. 3rd Printing
Publisher:  Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD, 1975,
Seller ID: 106225
U.S. Naval Academy . Ship Organization and Personnel. Annapolis, Maryland :Naval Institute Press, (1975). Third Printing. Pp (4),v-vii,(4),2-129,(5). Illustrations and diagrams in text. Tall 8vo, two-tone brown cloth, white lettering to spine. Flags and pennants in colour on rear end-papers. Vol. 1in the Fundamentals of Naval Science series. Foreword by Vice-Admiral Jame s Calvert. Chapters: 1. Standard Patterns of Ship Organization [Basic Structure - The Commanding Officer - The Executive Officer - Department Organization - Division Organization - Ship's Bills - Ship's Regulations - Shipboard Routine - Liberty and Leave - Living Quarters and Messes]; 2. The Division Officer and His Men [The Division Officer as an Administrator - The Division Officer and Informal Groups - Discipline - Cooperation between Divisions - Accessibility to His Men - Working with His Men - Working with Petty Officers - Integrating New Hands into the Division - Division Training]; 3. Administration of Enlisted Men [Enlisted Rating Structure - Special Insignia- Awards - Enlistments and Reenlistments - Enlisted Classification Systems - Enlisted Schools - Enlisted Service Records - Report of Enlisted Perform ance Evaluation (NavPers 792) - Advancement in Rate - Navy Pay - Separationand Discharge]; 4. Ship Watch Organization [Administratitive Organization of the Watches - Organizing the Watches - The Senior Watch Officer - The Watch Organization Underway - The Watch Organization in Port- Man Overboard Bill - Significance of an Operation Order for the OOD]; 5. Ceremonies and Honors Afloat [Customs - Boarding and Leaving a Ship - Formal Honors]. Appendices: 1. Ship Routine; 2, Desription of Rating. With index. Some sunning tocovers, else very good. 16.00