Chief of Naval Personnel

The Chief of Naval Personnel (CNP) is responsible for overall manpower readiness for the United States Navy. The CNP also serves as Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education) and is one of five Deputy Chiefs of Naval Operations, with the identification of N1/NT.[1] The CNP oversees the operations of the Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS), Navy Personnel Command (NPC) and the Navy Manpower Analysis Center (NAVMAC).[2] The CNP and the other four DCNOs are nominated by the President of the United States and must be confirmed via majority vote by the Senate. The CNP and the DCNOs are appointed as a three-star vice admiral while holding office.

The role of Chief of Naval Personnel and Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower, Personnel, Training & Education) go hand in hand. The DCNO performs all strategy and resource policies and serves as a single resource sponsor for all manpower and training program matters. The DCNO also performs all Capitol Hill related duties, including all Congressional testimony for matters pertaining to the Manpower, Personnel, Training, & Education command. The DNCO's office also acts as the lead organization to interface with Department of Defense (DOD) and Department of the Navy (DON) officials, other U.S. military and foreign departments, other Navy commands, other Federal agencies, and private organizations.[3]

United States Navy
Chief of Naval Personnel
BUPERS Seal
Incumbent
Vice Admiral John B. Nowell, Jr

since May 24, 2019
WebsiteOfficial Website

List of CNP/DCNO (MPT&E)'s

  • Vice Admiral Baldwin (July 1978 – August 1980)
  • Vice Admiral Zech (August 1980 – September 1983)
  • Vice Admiral William P. Lawrence (September 1983 – January 1986)
  • Vice Admiral Dudley L. Carlson (January 1986 – October 1987)
  • Vice Admiral Leon A. Edney (October 1987 – August 1988)
  • Vice Admiral Jeremy M. Boorda (August 1988 – November 1991)
  • Vice Admiral Ronald J. Zlatoper (November 1991 – July 1994)
  • Vice Admiral Frank Bowman (July 1994 – September 1996)
  • Vice Admiral Daniel T. Oliver (September 1996 – November 1999)
  • Vice Admiral Norbert R. Ryan, Jr. (November 1999 – October 2002)
  • Vice Admiral Gerald L. Hoewing (October 2002 – November 2005)
  • Vice Admiral John C. Harvey, Jr. (November 2005 – April 2008)
  • Vice Admiral Mark E. Ferguson III (April 2008 – August 2011)
  • Rear Admiral Donald P. Quinn (acting, August 2011 – October 2011)
  • Vice Admiral Scott R. Van Buskirk (October 11, 2011 – August 2013)
  • Vice Admiral William F. "Bill" Moran (August 2, 2013 – May 27, 2016)
  • Vice Admiral Robert P. Burke (May 27, 2016 – May 23, 2019)
  • Vice Admiral John B. Nowell, Jr (May 24, 2019 – present)

See also

References

  1. ^ "Office of the Chief of Naval Operations". US Navy. US Navy FactFile. Archived from the original on 2006-11-21. Retrieved 2007-01-28.
  2. ^ "Command History". US Navy. Bureau of Naval Personnel. Archived from the original on 2006-09-14. Retrieved 2007-01-28.
  3. ^ "OPNAV NOTICE 5430" (PDF). Office of the Chief of Naval Personnel. US Navy. Retrieved 2007-01-28.
Bureau of Naval Personnel

The Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS) in the United States Department of the Navy is similar to the human resources department of a corporation. The bureau provides administrative leadership and policy planning for the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV) and the U.S. Navy at large. BUPERS is led by the Chief of Naval Personnel.

As of 2009, the office of the Bureau of Naval Personnel serves as a parent command to the Navy Personnel Command (NPC). The duties of NPC are nearly identical to the former office of BUPERS and the command's logo even incorporates the name of the latter's office. BUPERS is also the overseeing authority for Navy Recruiting Command. Most of the BUPERS offices are located in the cities Millington, Tennessee and Arlington, Virginia.

Charles Carter Drury

Admiral Sir Charles Carter Drury (August 27, 1846 – May 18, 1914) was a Canadian Royal Navy Admiral who went on to be Second Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Personnel.

Charles Little (Royal Navy officer)

Admiral Sir Charles James Colebrooke Little (14 June 1882 – 20 June 1973) was a senior Royal Navy officer who went on to be Second Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Personnel.

Deric Holland-Martin

Admiral Sir Douglas Eric Holland-Martin, (10 April 1906 – 6 January 1977) was a Royal Navy officer who served as Second Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Personnel from 1957 to 1959.

Desmond Dreyer

Admiral Sir Desmond Parry Dreyer, (6 April 1910 – 15 May 2003) was a senior Royal Navy officer who served as Second Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Personnel from 1965 to 1967.

Frank Bowman

Frank Lee "Skip" Bowman (born 19 December 1944) a retired four-star Admiral, is the former Chief of Naval Personnel and former Director of Naval Nuclear Propulsion.

In 2006, Bowman was made an Honorary Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire.

Gordon Tait (Royal Navy officer)

Admiral Sir (Allen) Gordon Tait, KCB, DSC (30 October 1921 – 29 May 2005) was a senior Royal Navy officer who went on to be Second Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Personnel.

Herbert Heath

Admiral Sir Herbert Leopold Heath, (27 December 1861 – 22 October 1954) was Second Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Personnel in the Royal Navy.

Hubert Brand

Admiral Sir Hubert George Brand, (20 May 1870 – 14 December 1955) was a senior Royal Navy officer who served as Second Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Personnel.

Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy

The Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON ) is a unique non-commissioned rank and position of office of the United States Navy, which has with it the paygrade of E-9. The holder of this position is the most senior enlisted member of the U.S. Navy, equivalent to the Sergeant Major of the Army, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, and Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard.

The Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy is appointed by the Chief of Naval Operations to serve as a spokesperson to address the issues of enlisted personnel to the highest positions in the Navy. As such, they are the senior enlisted advisor to the Chief of Naval Operations as well as the Chief of Naval Personnel. Their exact duties vary, depending on the CNO, though they generally devote much of their time to traveling throughout the Navy observing training and talking to sailors and their families. Their personnel code is N00D as the senior enlisted advisor to Chief of Naval Operations and PERS-00D in their special advisory capacity to Chief of Naval Personnel/Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower, Personnel, and Training). In 1988, the MCPON's spouse was made the Ombudsman-at-Large,w authorizing them to travel around the fleet with their spouse, representing the interests of the spouses of enlisted members. The MCPON serves an appointed two-year team of office but can be reappointed by the CNO for an additional two-year term. Typically; the MCPON serves two terms. While the MCPON is a non-commissioned officer, this rank is protocoled higher than all rear admirals and equivalent to a vice admiral in billet, seating, transportation, and parking. The current MCPON is Russell Smith.

Michael Livesay

Admiral Sir Michael Howard Livesay KCB (5 April 1936 – 6 October 2003) was a senior Royal Navy officer who went on to be Second Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Personnel.

Montague Browning

Admiral Sir Montague Edward Browning, (18 January 1863 – 4 November 1947) was a senior Royal Navy officer who served as Second Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Personnel.

Naval Recruitment Training Agency

The Naval Recruitment Training Agency (NRTA) originally called the Naval Training Department was first established in 1944 as a department within the Admiralty it underwent numerous name changes until 1 April 1995 as a new agency of the Navy Department of the British Ministry of Defence. Its role was to contribute to the operational capability of the United Kingdom Armed Forces by recruiting to the Naval Service, delivering training to the Defence community it was administered by the Chief Executive (NRTA)/Flag Officer, Training and Recruitment it was abolished in 2005.

Royston Wright

Admiral Sir Royston Hollis Wright (29 September 1908 – 18 July 1977) was a senior Royal Navy officer who went on to be Second Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Personnel.

Second Sea Lord

The Second Sea Lord (2SL) is one of the most senior admirals of the British Royal Navy, responsible for personnel and naval shore establishments. Originally titled Second Naval Lord in 1830, the post was restyled Second Sea Lord in 1904. They are based at Navy Command, Headquarters.

Simon Cassels

Admiral Sir Simon Alastair Cassillis Cassels (5 March 1928 – 6 March 2019) was a senior Royal Navy officer who became Second Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Personnel.

USS William P. Lawrence

USS William P. Lawrence (DDG-110) is an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer built by Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding. She is the 60th ship in her class. The ship is named for Vice Admiral William P. Lawrence (1930–2005), a naval aviator, fighter pilot, test pilot, Mercury astronaut finalist, Vietnam War prisoner of war, a U.S. Third Fleet commander, a Chief of Naval Personnel, and a Superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy. Her keel was laid down on 16 September 2008, at the Ingalls Shipbuilding shipyard, in Pascagoula, Mississippi.

William P. Lawrence was launched on 15 December 2009,

and she was christened on 17 April 2010, sponsored by Vice Admiral Lawrence's widow, Diane Lawrence, and his daughters, Dr. Laurie Lawrence and Captain Wendy Lawrence (USN Ret, and former shuttle astronaut). The ship was commissioned at the Port of Mobile, Alabama on 4 June 2011.

William F. Moran (admiral)

William Francis Moran (born 1958 or 1959) is a United States Navy admiral who currently serves as the 39th Vice Chief of Naval Operations. He assumed his current assignment on May 31, 2016, having served as the Chief of Naval Personnel and Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (N1) from August 2, 2013, to May 27, 2016. On April 11, 2019, he was nominated for appointment as Chief of Naval Operations. However, on July 8, 2019, he indicated that he will decline the post and instead retire from the navy at an unspecified date due to allegations of an inappropriate professional relationship.

William Whitworth

Admiral Sir William Jock Whitworth KCB DSO (29 June 1884 – 25 October 1973) was a senior Royal Navy officer who went on to be Second Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Personnel.

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