Navy DEP - Cumulative PQS

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Define the mission of the Navy.The mission of the navy is to maintain, train, and equip combat-ready naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression, and maintaining freedom of the seas.
Recite the first general order of a sentry.To take charge of this post and all government property in view.
Recite the second general order of a sentry.To walk my post in a military manner, keeping always on the alert, and observing everything that takes place within sight or hearing.
Recite the third general order of a sentry.To report all violations of orders I am instructed to enforce.
Recite the fourth general order of a sentry.To repeat all calls from posts more distant from the Guardhouse than my own.
Recite the fifth general order of a sentry.To quit my post only when properly relieved.
Recite the sixth general order of a sentry.To receive, obey, and pass on to the sentry who relieves me all orders from the Commanding Officer, Command Duty Officer, Officer of the Deck, and Officers and Petty Officers of the Watch only.
Recite the seventh general order of a sentry.To talk to no one except in the line of duty.
Recite the eighth general order of a sentry.To give the alarm in case of fire or disorder.
Recite the ninth general order of a sentry.To call the Officer of the Deck in any case not covered by instructions.
Recite the tenth general order of a sentry.To salute all officers, and all colors and standards not cased.
Recite the eleventh general order of a sentry.To be especially watchful at night, and during the time for challenging, to challenge all persons on or near my post, and to allow no one to pass without proper authority.
Recite the Sailor's Creed.I am a United States Sailor. I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America, and I will obey the orders of those appointed over me. I represent the fighting spirit of the Navy and those who have gone before me to defend freedom and democracy around the world. I proudly serve my country's Navy combat team with Honor, Courage, and Commitment. I am committed to excellence and the fair treatment of all.
Recite the RTC Maxim.I will not lie, cheat, or steal, nor tolerate those among us who do.
Explain your responsibilities to your recruiter.To be honest and forthcoming when providing information for my enlistment application;
to give my recruiters the same courtesy and respect they provide me;
to notify my recruiters of any changes in my status to include education, health, police involvement, drug use, or dependency;
to maintain my eligibility for the Navy;
to attend and participate in all DEP meetings;
to maintain or improve my physical fitness standards;
to complete all courses in a timely manner;
to uphold the Navy tradition of, "I can and I will."
How many times are you required to contact your recruiter?Once a week for muster;
Twice a month for DEP mentoring;
Once 30 days prior to my ship date;
Once 72 hours prior to my ship date;
In any event that changes my status.
Explain your conduct while in the DEP.To be professional at all times while preparing for my future.
Define Honor."I will bear true faith and allegience..." Illegal or improper behavior, or even the appearance of such behavior, will not be tolerated. We are accountable for our personal and professional behavior, and we will be mindful of the privilege we have to serve our fellow Americans.
Define Courage."I will support and defend..." Courage is the value that gives us the moral and mental strength to make the right decision, even in the face of personal or professional adversity.
Define Commitment."I will obey the orders..." The day to day duty of every Navy man and woman is to work together as a team to improve the quality of our work, our people and ourselves.
Explain the Navy's policy on alcohol use.If you are under the drinking age, you are to say no to alcohol use. If you are of age and choose to drink, you are to use good judgement and drink responsibly.
Explain the Navy's drug policy.Zero tolerance means zero tolerance. Illegal or improper use of drugs during your enlistment could result in possible administrative separation with a less than honorable discharge and loss of veterans benefits.
Explain the Navy's sexual harassment policy.Zero Tolerance. Sexual harassment is unacceptable behavior and may result in disciplinary action and less than honorable discharge. It is the responsibility of every member of the U.S. Navy to ensure that sexual harassment is prevented, and that any instance of sexual harassment is dealt with swiftly, fairly, and effectively.
Explain fraternization, while in DEP and Boot Camp.During DEP, you are not allowed to develop a private or unofficial relationship with your recruiters. In boot camp, there is no socialization between sexes.
Explain your recruiter's prohibited practices.My recruiter may not:
Coach me to provide false information to affect my enlistment applications;
bribe or coerce me to enlist;
engage with police or authorities on my behalf;
develop a personal or unprofessional relationship with me;
engage in any unofficial financial business with me;
transport me in a personally owned vehicle;
gamble with me;
accept or solicit anything of monetary value from me.
President of the United StatesThe Honorable Barack Obama
Vice President of the United StatesThe Honorable Joseph Biden
Secretary of DefenseThe Honorable Ashton Carter
Secretary of the NavyThe Honorable Ray Mabus
Chief of Naval OperationsADM John Richardson
Master Chief Petty Officer of the NavyMCPON Mike Stevens
Chief of Naval PersonnelVADM William Moran
Manpower, Personnel, Education and Training Fleet Master ChiefFLTCM April Beldo
Naval Education and Training Command CommanderRADM Michael White
Naval Education and Training Command Force Master Chief Petty OfficerFORCM CAPT Mike Whitt
Force Master Chief of Naval PersonnelLeland Moore
Naval Service Training Command CommanderRADM Stephen Evans
Naval Service Training Command Command Master Chief Petty OfficerCMDCM Matt Laing
RTC Commanding OfficerCAPT Douglas Pfeifle
RTC Command Master ChiefCMDCM Matt Laing
RTC Executive OfficerCDR Richard Huth
List the Chain of Command while at RTC in ascending order.Recruit Division Commanders;
Ship's Leading Chief Petty Officer;
Ship's Officer;
Fleet Leading Chief Petty Officer;
Fleet Commander;
Military Training Director
How many fitness tests will you receive at RTC?Three; baseline PFA, midpoint PFA, and final PFA
What is the maximum body fat percentage allowed at RTC?26% for males; 36% for females
Explain the different ways to get advanced pay grade prior to attending RTC.Complete at least two years in JROTC;
Referral Recognition Program;
Complete the DEP Personal Qualification Standards and pass a written test and physical training at SAT-MED at RTC;
Complete at least 24 semester hours at an accredited educational institution;
Complete at least 1080 classroom hours at an accredited vocational institute;
Complete two years and subsequently graduate from an accredited high school level military academy;
Documentation of advancement in the Naval Sea Cadet program;
Documentation of Quartermaster requirements in the Sea Scouts;
Documentation of designation in the Young Marines.
Explain the Referral Recognition Program.Allows future sailors to advance up to paygrade E-3 upon referral of other people who subsequently enlist.
Explain the minimum time in pay grade for normal advancement from E-1 to E-4.E-1 to E-2: 9 months
E-2 to E-3: 9 months
E-3 to E-4: 6 months
Explain the minimum time in pay grade for normal advancement from E-4 to E-6E-4 to E-5: 12 months
E-5 to E-6: 36 months
Explain the minimum time in pay grade for normal advancement from E-7 to E-9E-7 to E-8: 36 months
E-8 to E-9: 36 months
Loose from moorings; out of controlAdrift
Near or toward the stern of the vesselAft-End
An entire ship's company, both officer and enlistedAll Hands
An amount of money a member has coming out of his payAllotment
Across; at right angles toAthwartship
Reply to an order or command meaning, "I understand and will comply."Aye-Aye
Building where sailors liveBarracks
The forward end of a ship or boatBow
Brass or shiny metal kept polished rather than paintedBrightwork
BedBunk or Rack
An anchored float used as an aid to navigation or to mark the location of an objectBuoy
An order to resume work or dutiesCarry On
To throw off; to let go; to unfurlCast Off
Compartment in which an anchor chain is stowedChain Locker
Coupon or receipt bookChit or Chit Book
Place to eatChow Hall or Mess Deck
Raising and lowering of the national flag; ceremonies held at 0800 and sunsetColors
Deck opening giving access to a ladderCompanionway
Interior space of a shipCompartment
Floor; a horizontal planking or plating that divides a ship into layersDeck
To dispose of by throwing over the sideDeep Six
The National FlagEnsign
Snugly securedFast
A unit of length equal to six feet, used for measuring the depth of waterFathom
General cleaning day, usually the day before an inspectionField Day
An officer responsible to the XO for the deck department/division aboard ship, or the command maintenanceFirst Lieutenant
Any commissioned officer in paygrade O-7 or aboveFlag Officer
Plating or grating installed to provide working or walking surfacesFlat
Lengthwise direction on a shipFore and Aft
A deck above the main deck and at the bowForecastle Deck
First half or partial deck below the flight deck on an aircraft carrierGallery Deck
An opening in a bulwark or lifeline that provides access to a brow or accommodation ladder; an order meaning to clear the wayGangway
Storage roomGear Locker
Candy, gum, or cafeteriaGeedunk
Battle stationsGeneral Quarters
All of the equipment used in the mooring or anchoring of a shipGround Tackle
The supporting body of a shipHull
Access box to sound-powered phone circuitryJack Box
The backbone of a shipKeel
A device that allows movement from one level to another; stairsLadder
A general term used to designate deck heights above the main deckLevels
Permission to leave the base, usually for not more than 48 hoursLiberty
Lines erected around the weatherdecks of a ship to prevent personnel from falling or being washed over the sideLifelines
To the left of the centerline when facing forwardPort
An area designated for the conduct of official functionsQuarterdeck
Assembling of all hands for muster, instruction, and inspectionQuarters
A job specialty titleRating
Wake up, start a new dayReveille
Place to wash dishesScullery
Drinking fountain; a rumorScuttlebutt
Lock, put away, or stop workSecure
Hospital or medical clinicSickbay
To the right of the centerline when facing forwardStarboard
The aftermost part of a vesselStern
Time to sleep; end of dayTaps
Five minutes before tapsTattoo
Begin workTurn To
The waterline along the hull of a ship afloatWater Level
Working above the highest deck; generally performing maintenance on the ship's mastWorking Aloft
E-1Seaman Recruit
E-2Seaman Apprentice
E-4Petty Officer Third Class
E-5Petty Officer Second Class
E-6Petty Officer First Class
E-7Chief Petty Officer
E-8Senior Chief Petty Officer
E-9Master Chief Petty Officer
E-9 (MCPON)Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy
O-2Lieutenant Junior Grade
O-4Lieutenant Commander
O-7Rear Admiral (Lower Half)
O-8Rear Admiral (Upper Half)
O-9Vice Admiral
O-11Fleet Admiral
W-2Chief Warrant Officer 2
W-3Chief Warrant Officer 3
W-4Chief Warrant Officer 4
W-5Chief Warrant Officer 5
Any fixed-wing aircraft designed primarily for air-to-air combat.Fighter Type
Any fixed-wing aircraft designed for the carriage of goods.Cargo Type
Any rotary-wing aircraft designed to attack land and shore targets using bombs or missilesBomber/Attack Type
Any fixed-wing aircraft designed to operate for long durations over water in maritime patrol roles.Patrol Type
Any rotary-wing aircraft in which lift and thrust are provided by one or more engine-driven rotors.Helicopter Type
Any large, heavily-armed surface ships designed to engage enemy forces in combat.Surface Combatant Type
Any ship whose mission may extend beyond coastal duties and whose characteristics include adequate endurance and seakeeping.Patrol Combatant Type
Any ship designed for combat operations by aircraft who engage in attacks against enemy targets; designed to launch and recover planes and helicopters.Aircraft Carrier Type
All ships designed to provide general support to combatant forces or shore-based establishments.Auxiliary/Support Type
All ships having organic capability for amphibious assault on enemy shorelines and characteristics enabling long duration operations.Amphibious Warfare Type
Any self-propelled submersible with at least a residual combat ability.Submarine Type
All ships with the capability to provide underway replenishment to fleet units.Combat Logistics Type
Any ship whose primary function is mine warfare.Mine Warfare Type
All ships with the capability to provide direct material support to other units operating far from home base.Mobile Logistics Type
What is goal setting?Setting goals forces you to decide what you want to accomplish and clearly define the steps to take to achieve those goals.
What is My Pay?A system that puts you in control of your pay account and allows you to make changes quickly and easily.
What is LES?Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) is a monthly statement showing all pay changes and information for the month.
What is DDS and what is required before leaving for RTC.Direct Deposit System (DDS) is an automatic electronic payment method and is required to be set up before leaving for RTC.
Why is maintaining good credit important?Good credit shows lenders, employers, and businesses that you can repay debt and manage money.