Commutation of rations to petty officers of the Navy.
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Commutation of rations to petty officers of the Navy. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Naval Affairs

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  • United States. -- Navy -- Pay, allowances, etc,
  • Expenditures, Public,
  • Operational rations (Military supplies)

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Other titlesPayment of commutation of ration to petty officers of Navy
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination1 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16052358M

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The fixed value of commutation for one ration is, by law, 30 cents, but the commutation of rations is a privilege, not a right, and the idea prevalent among enlisted men that they are entitled to receive just 30 cents' worth of food each day, or 30 cents in money, is erroneous. Apr 22,  · Though in the works for many years, the position was formally established as Senior Enlisted Advisor of the Navy in January The title was officially changed to Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) three months later. The individual rating specialty marks for the MCPON was replaced by an inverted star in COMMUTED RATIONS/BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE The term commuted rations/basic allowance for subsistence (BAS) is defined as a cash allowance payable to enlisted personnel who are permitted to mess separately in lieu of rations-in-kind when messing facilities are available. Each month the mess treasurer submits a list of enlisted personnel subsisted in the mess on a locally prepared . The Petty Officer can trace the title back to the old French word, petit meaning something small. In medieval and later England just about every village had several “petite”, “pety” or “petty” officials/officers who were subordinate to such major officials as the Steward of Sheriff.

The Chief Petty Officer of the Navy is the senior non-commissioned member in the Royal Canadian Navy.. The primary role of the Chief Petty Officer of the Navy is to provide the Commander of the Navy with the non-commissioned sailor's perspective, acting on behalf of all sailors in the cyrusofficial.coms to: Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy. OUr Navy's future senior enlisted leaders hone and develop l eadership skil1s from these courses required t.o!unction as leading chief petty officers. The Senior Academy, in particular, is a prerequisite to Command Master Chief/Command Senior Chief positions. 4. class, first class, chief petty officers, and senior and master chief petty officers. These manuals cover the MINIMUM naval standards required for advancement in rate. The purpose of the separate manuals for each rate is to define more clearly the duties and responsibilities of the petty officer at each rate. That simply means if you are. An Act to alter and regulate the Navy Ration. On July 18, , President Abraham Lincoln approved a Navy ration law that altered the rations enacted in , most notably, the handling of the spirit allowed for the commanding officer to stop or suspend a Sailor's ration of spirit if in his opinion the Sailor could not handle his liquor ("drunkenness").

july 31, , 3 comp. gen. navy pay - change of rating of petty officers the effective date of change in rating of a petty officer of the navy is the date such change is authorized by the chief of the bureau of navigation, it being immaterial what date notice of such change is received by the petty officer. Jun 21,  · (3) Mates have not been regarded as petty offlcers by the treasury department, nor by the navy department, prior to the adoption of the navy regulations of (4) From the year master's mates in the United States navy were warrant officers, except when acting under temporary and probationary appointments. Nov 03,  · An army marches on its stomach, and while a Navy sails on the sea, its sailors still need feeding. In the s and early s, the Royal Navy had to provide rations for over , men, with no refrigeration, modern preservatives, or packaging. Petty officer first class (PO1) is a rank found in some navies and maritime is the sixth enlisted rate in the United States Navy, U.S. Coast Guard, and the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps, ranking just above petty officer second class and directly below chief petty is designated as non-commissioned officer, as are all petty officer ratings.