About this site I developed this site to help all my fellow shipmates advance on the navy wide advancement exam. Here you will find an up to date Bib for your prospective advancement exam which will be linked to as many files as I can for both PMK and Rating, saving you the time and effort of looking all of it up yourself. My goal is to have this site be your one stop for all of your navy advancement needs. Also I have loaded extensive PMK Practice and Rating Practice exams. The PMK Practice Test can be used by all ratings as it is the same on all the bibs.
FLEET OCEANOGRAPHIC AND ACOUSTIC REFERENCE. Fleet Oceanographic and Acoustic Reference Manual 6. Surface duct. The Geophysical Fleet Mission. Rp 33 fleet oceanographic and acoustic reference manual pdf Fleet Oceanographic and Acoustic Reference Manual, RP 33, Naval. Navy Oceanographic Data Distribution System Users Manual, Fleet. Start studying RP 33, FLEET OCEANOGRAPHIC AND ACOUSTIC REFERENCE MANUAL. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. New updated files for rp 33 fleet oceanography and acoustic reference manual. Latest Rp 33 Fleet Oceanography And Acoustic Reference Manual Updates.
Good luck to everyone, I hope this site helps you advance the first time every time. Before the test remember Advancement, Advancement, Advancement! The Navy doesn't have 'rank.' The term is 'rate.'
The rate of an enlisted sailor can be determined by their rating badge, which is a combination of rate (pay grade, as indicated by stripes for E1-E3, chevrons for E4-E6, and an arch connecting the upper chevron for the eagle to perch upon for E-7, and the addition of one star for E-8 or two star for E-9 – the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy has three stars) and rating (occupational specialty, as indicated by the symbol just above the stripes or chevrons) on the left sleeve of most uniforms (utility uniforms have only rate indicated). For example, the 'rate' of an E-6 Active Duty (i.e., what one calls him/her) depends on person's job. A person with the rate (job) of Sonar Technician, Surface (STG) in the Navy, in the paygrade of E-6 would be an 'STG1,' or 'Sonar Technician First Class'. An E-5 with the rate (job) of Culinary Specialist (CS), would have the rate of CS2, or 'Culinary Specialist Second Class.' However, things reverse in E-7 through E-9 paygrades – there the individual is identified first by their rate, then rating (job) – for example, a Boatswain’s Mate in the paygrade of E-7 would be a “Chief Boatswain’s Mate. Sailors in pay grades E-1 through E-3 are generally addressed as “Seaman” (last name), E-4 through E-6 can be addressed as 'Petty Officer (name)'. Chief Petty Officers are always referred to as 'Chief', 'Senior Chief', or 'Master Chief' as appropriate.
As example: 'Chief Jones' or in subsequent references, just 'Chief'. That can make an article about Navy advancement enlisted promotions very confusing. Fortunately, there are accepted designations for all naval enlisted personnel, which -- while not 'technically correct' -- can be used to denote specific paygrades without too much confusion. Those terms that will be used for the purpose of this article are based on the three groupings that the Navy uses: General - considered apprenticeships, indicating eligibility for entry into various ratings. Though “Seaman” is used in the example, others are “Fireman” (FN) and “Airman” (AN).
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