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JLBC: Leadership


JLBC: Leadership

JLBC Recruit Divisions’ safe and efficient execution of the JLBC Plan of the Day; for the maintenance of JLBC good order and discipline among the Military Training Staff JLBC Cadets and Recruits; and the safety, health, and welfare of Military JLBC Training Staff Cadets and Recruits. The Military Training JLBC Officer should be a current or former member of the Armed Forces. The JLBC Military Training Officer will wear a yellow nameplate with black lettering (“MTO”) centered on their right breast pocket flap.

JLBC Ship’s Officer (Department Head)

Responsible to the Military Training Officer for the supervision of the JLBC Division Officers; for the JLBC Recruit Divisions’ safe and efficient execution of the JLBC Plan of the Day; for the maintenance of JLBC good order and discipline among the Military Training Staff Cadets and Recruits; and for the health, safety, and welfare of Military Training Staff Cadets and Recruits. The Ship’s Officer is also responsible for ensuring that Recruits in the different Recruit Divisions receive consistently quality training. Routine disciplinary and counseling matters from the Military Training Staff Cadets and Recruits are expected to be handled at this level of the chain of command or lower. The Ship’s Officer should be a current or former member of the Armed Forces. The Ship’s Officer will wear a yellow nameplate with black lettering (“SHIP’S OFFICER”) centered on the flap of their right breast pocket.

DIV-Os - Division Officers

Responsible to the Ship’s Officer for the health, safety, and welfare of the recruits in their assigned division; for supervising and advising their respective Recruit Division Commanders; and overseeing the creation of meaningful and detailed evaluations for each recruit in their assigned division following. Division Officers generally will not interact directly with recruits; the role of the Division Officer is to support the Recruit Division Commander, advocate for their assigned Recruits to the JLBC chain of command, and ensure the safety and well-being of their recruits. Division Officers will wear a green nameplate with white lettering (e.g., “DIV-O - A”) centered on the flap of their right breast pocket.

FQA - Fleet Quality Assurance Officer

Responsible to the Military Training Officer for the supervision of the FQA Chief and ARDCs & Operations Staff Cadets while assigned to an FQA Evaluator role; for the creation, compilation, calculation, and dissemination of division evaluations; and for assisting the Div-Os and RDCs in the creation of meaningful and detailed individual assessment for each recruit following §6 of this manual. The FQA Officer will wear a green nameplate with white.

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