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United States. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations


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    • C.N.O.
    • CNO
    • D.C.N.O. (Air)
    • DCNO (Air)
    • DCNOAir
    • United States. Chief of Naval Operations
    • United States. Department of the Navy. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations
    • United States. Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Air)
    • United States. Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Air Warfare)
    • United States. Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower, Personnel, and Training)
    • United States. Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Resources, Warfare Requirements, and Assessment)
    • United States. Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Resources, Warfare Requirements, and Assessments)
    • United States. Naval Operations, Office of the Chief of
    • United States. Navy Department. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations
    • United States. Navy. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations
    • United States. Office of Naval Operations
    • United States. Technical Assistant to Chief of Naval Operations for Polar Projects
    • United States. Vice Chief of Naval Operations
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    • Earlier Established Forms

      • United States. Office of Naval Operations
    • Sources

      • found: Its A manual of aerography ... 1918.
      • found: Van Vleet, C. United States naval aviation, 1910-1980, 1981:t.p. (Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Air Warfare))
      • found: U.S. orgn. chart serv., sec. 4--US Navy, 1984(Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower, Personnel, and Training); the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations has 6 deputy chiefs. The officials who hold these positions do not belong to separate agencies, i.e. there is no Office of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower, Personnel, and Training). The deputy chiefs instead represent the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations)
      • found: Phone call to Bur. of Naval Personnel, 3/10/87(Chief of Naval Personnel/Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower, Personnel, and Training; the position of Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower, Personnel, and Training) is a "double hatted" position; the official appointed as Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower, Personnel, and Training) is also in charge of the Bureau of Naval Personnel as Chief of Naval Personnel)
      • found: Force 2001, a program guide to the U.S. Navy, 1994:p. 2 of cover (Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, Resources, Warfare Requirements and Assessment; Washington, D.C.) p. i (Chief of Naval Operations)
      • found: Phone call to Office of Chief of Naval Operations, 4/1/94(deputy chiefs represent Office of Chief of Naval Operations, as indicated in 1984 data; corp. names and activities slightly changed after reorg. ca. 10/93)
      • found: Force 2001, a program guide to the U.S. Navy, 1995:t.p. (Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, Resources, Warfare Requirements and Assessments; Washington, D.C.)
      • found: U.S. gov't manual, 1994/95:p. 223 (Department of Defense; U.S. Navy, Chief of Naval Operations; Deputy Chief, Resources, Warfare Requirements and Assessments)
      • found: Phone call to office of Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, Resources, Warfare Requirements & Assessments, 5/12/95(last word is Assessments, not Assessment; use of Assessment incorrect in 1994 ed.)
      • found: Report on analysis of naval aircraft accident records, 1950:t.p. (DCNOAir)
    • Editorial Notes

      • [Unused subdivisions: Aerology Section; Aerology Branch; Aviation History Unit; Aviation Training Division; Central Division; Logistics Plans Division; Office of Procurement and Material; Operations Division]
    • Change Notes

      • 1980-11-26: new
      • 2013-03-07: revised
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