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JLBC STAFF BILLETS, JLBC CHAIN OF COMMAND, & JLBC TRAINING ORGANIZATION


JLBC STAFF BILLETS, JLBC CHAIN OF COMMAND, & JLBC TRAINING ORGANIZATION

The JLBC command structure

Officer Staff

JLBC COTC - Commanding Officer of the Training Contingent (Command Team) Responsible to JLBC National Headquarters for planning the training with the host JLBC command; for receiving and processing JLBC orders; for preparing a budget and collecting JLBC training fees; for the auditing of JLBC training funds; for recruiting qualified staff; for creating an overall training schedule; for the safe and effective training of the cadets; and the health, safety, and welfare of the entire training contingent. The Commanding Officer of the Training Contingent will wear a red nameplate with white lettering (“COTC”) centered on the flap of their right breast pocket.

JLBC CO – Commanding Officer (Command Team)

Responsible to the COTC for creating an overall training plan; for the safe and effective training of the cadets; the day-to-day operations of the activity; the maintenance of good order and discipline among all hands; and the health, safety, and welfare of the entire training contingent. The Commanding Officer will wear a red nameplate with white lettering (“CO”) centered on their right breast pocket flap.

JLBC XO - Executive Officer (Command Team)

Responsible to the COTC for the oversight of the department heads; the creation and publication of a plan of the training and individual programs of the day (in consultation with the MTO and ATO); the creation of a CDO and OOW watch bill; the day-to-day operations of the training; the maintenance of good order and discipline among all hands; and the health, safety, and welfare of the entire training contingent. The Executive Officer will wear a red nameplate with white lettering (“XO”) centered on the flap of their right breast pocket.

MTO - Military Training Officer (Department Head) Responsible to the Executive Officer for the creation and execution of a worthwhile military training program; for the supervision of the Fleet Quality Assurance Officer and the evaluation of the Recruit Divisions; the coordination of division competitions following; the oversight of the creation of meaningful and detailed individual assessment for each recruit; the oversight of the result of significant and thorough individual evaluations for the CCPO, RDCs, and ARDCs in accordance; for the supervision of the Ship’s Officer, Command Chief, and Division Officers.

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