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Excellence in the Surface Navy
Gregg G. Gullickson
Excellence in the Surface Navy is examined, first by interviewing twenty one senior naval officers and then by going aboard six ships identified by the senior officers as being the embodiment of excellence. Chapters 1 through 4 is a summary of the indicators of excellence on which the senior officers focused. Such topics as awards, ship cleanliness, and operational performance are discussed. Chapter 5 summarizes the views of these senior officers on the means used to achieve excellence. From the shipboard interviews, it is concluded that the excellent ships possess a common set of attributes that account for their excellence. The attributes are: good ships getting better; pride in evidence at all levels; teamwork, not just a concept but a way of life; the ship in automatic; high energy level/bias towards action; presence of a common vision and shared values; as the captain, so is the ship; sailors, our most important resource; and oh yes, task accomplishment. These attributes are discussed in Chapter 6 through 15. Recommendations are made for expanding analysis of excellence in the Surface Navy and other naval communities. (Author)
|Statement||by Gregg G. Gullickson and Richard D. Chenette|
|Contributions||Chenette, Richard D.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||121 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||121|
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Gullickson and Richard D. Chenette. Fortunately, in contrast to the Surface Navy described by Capt. Johnson, we now have the ways and the means to advance lethality and tactical proficiency in the Surface Navy. The establishment of Naval Surface and Mine Warfighting Development Center (SMWDC) in was a decisive development in our community, perhaps the most important.
The award is presented to the chief petty officer in the Navy who best exemplifies surface warfare excellence. The award is named for George Sirian, who served in the Navy with distinction for. These Candidates must have exhibited sustained excellence in the operational art of Surface Warfare, on US Navy surface ships.
Deployments must be days or longer away from home port (need not be continuous), during the current fiscal year 01 October- 30 September. LCS Sailor Wins Surface Warfare Excellence Award. By Surface Forces Pacific Public Affairs.
SAN DIEGO – The USS Constitution Chapter of the Surface Navy Association (SNA) named Chief Engineman (SW) Corbin Stalcup from USS Freedom (LCS 1), Gold Crew, as the George Sirian Meritorious Service Award winner today.
The George Sirian Award, now in its eighth year, recognizes. Recognizing the continuing contributions of the United States Navy & Coast Guard’s Surface Forces in regards to the security of the United States; Showcasing professional excellence within the Surface Naval Forces; Dealing with the challenges that are faced as Surface Naval Forces in regards to National Security; Nurturing communication among military, academic, and business communities.
MISSION Provide surface ships (including U.S. Coast Guard) with Basic Phase education, training, assessments and certifications in a structured approach to maximize training efficiency and effectiveness.
ATGPNW supports the Pacific Fleet Type Commander and afloat Commanding Officers with Independent Unit Ready for Tasking (IURFT) compliance in accordance with the Fleet Training Continuum and.
Staffs and units that participated in the exercise were Commander Task Force 80 (CTF 80); Commander, U.S.
Second Fleet; Naval Surface and Mine Warfighting Development Center (SMWDC); Carrier Strike Group 2 (CSG 2); Destroyer Squadron 2 (DESRON 2); USS Philippine Sea (CG 58); USS Winston S.
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Each year, the Chapter presents this award, which honors distinguished Navy veteren George Sirian, to a chief petty officer in the Navy who exemplifies surface warfare excellence. SURFACE FORCE TRAINING MANUAL. CHAPTER 5. UNIT COMPETITIONS. SECTION 1. BATTLE EFFICIENCY AND COMMAND EXCELLENCE AWARDS.
Ref: (a) OPNAVINST G (Awards for Intra-Type Battle Efficiency Competition) (b) CINCLANTFLTINST F/CINCPACFLTINST G (Battle Efficiency Competition, Trophies and Awards). We are patriots, forged by the Navy's core values of Honor, Courage and Commitment.
In times of war and peace, our actions reflect our proud heritage and tradition. We defend our Nation and prevail in the face of adversity with strength, determination, and dignity. We are the United States Navy. The Sailor's Creed I am a United States Sailor. By Rear Adm. Dave Welch.
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