Report and recommendations of a Board appointed by the Bureau of Navigation regarding the instruction and training of line officers
Knox, Dudley W.
King, Ernest J.
Pye, William S.
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Outline of Board Report 1. Scheme of report. 2. Scope of consideration. Part I. Instruction (Training) of the Line Officer 3. Manifold requirements of naval profession. 4. Periodical instruction indispensable to efficiency. 5. Four phases of naval career. 6. Instruction (training) also in four phases. 7. Duration and time of training periods. 8. First period—the Naval Academy. 9. Second period—general line course. 10. Instruction and training for the duties of command. 11. Third period—junior War College course. 12. Fourth period—senior War College course. 13. Provision of necessary arrangements (time and numbers) for instruction and training. Part II. Specialization 14. Universal specialization required. 15. The "exchange" principle involved. 16. Specialists defined (delimited). 17. Specialists in design and production of material. 18. Specialists in manipulation of material. 19. Specialists for special duty only. 20. Other specialties pertaining to line requirements. 21. The officers of the staff corps (and Marine Corps). 22. Temporary exceptions from general line course. Part III. Practical Consideration 23. Initiation of recommendations. 24. General graph of employment—ensign to commander. 25. General training board. Reference: (a) Bunav. let. No. 8039-198, 16 Oct., 1919. (b) P. G. Dept. Nav. Acad. Let. No. 159, 27 Aug., 1919. (Enc. "A.") (c) Bunav. 2d End. No. 8039-198, 10 Sept., 1919. (d) Supt. War College 3d End. No. 733-2-2, 17 Sept., 1919.
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