The Chief of Navy Reserve (CNR) is the official within the executive part of the Department of the Navy who, subject to the authority, direction, and control of the Secretary of the Navy and the Chief of Naval Operations, is responsible for preparation, justification, and execution of the personnel, operation and maintenance, and construction budgets for the Navy Reserve. NAVWAR Organization Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Research, Development and Acquisition PEO C41 RDML Cari Chebi John Po , ED PEO Space Systems RDML Carl Chebi PEO EIS Ruth Youngs Lew Les Hubbard. ED 4.0 Logistics & Fleet Support William Luebke 8.0 Corporate Operations Art Sterrett NAVWAR Reserve Program CAPT Matt Hahn, Director 1.0 Comptroller The Chief of Naval Operations ( CNO) is the head of the United States Navy. The position is a statutory office ( 10 U.S.C. § 5033) held by a four-star admiral who is a military adviser and deputy to the Secretary of the Navy. In a separate capacity as a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff ( 10 U.S.C. OJAG Division Chart. To learn more about the Office of the Judge Advocate General of the Navy and its divisions, click on the sections of the organization chart below. Secretary of the Navy. Chief of Naval Operations. (JAG is ADDU as N09J) Judge Advocate General.
The CinC Atlantic Fleet and CinC Pacific Fleet function in both the administrative and operational commands; in the latter role, as a naval component commander. Apr 4, 2017 Exhibit 4-1 Organizational Chart for the Naval Academy Athletics and (2) Report directly to the Chief of Naval Operations in executing USNA's The fifth section addresses current organizational responsibilities (and the DOD and supports the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) and the Commandant of the and judgmental rather than quantitative (e.g., stoplight charts indicating green, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. Organization of the CNO's Office. The Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OpNav) includes
Organization. Office of Budget (FMB) Office of Financial Policies and Systems (FMP) Office of Financial Operations (FMO) Office of Counsel (FMC) Appropriations Matters Office (FMBE) Fiscal Administrative Division (FMA) FMB-6 / NCCA Naval Center for Cost Analysis; Organization Chart; EEO Policy for DON/AA; FM Career Program; Products. Strategic Plan Chief of Naval Operations Organizational Chart (2015)* Source: USNI, 2015  *This organizational chart depicts the command structure of the Chief of Naval Operations. Command changes have most likely occurred since the chart’s publication and those listed may have been replaced. Updated by Rachel Werth, April 2018 For more than 100 years, the person leading that effort has been the Chief of Naval Operations. The office has changed quite a bit since May 11, 1915, when Adm. William S. Benson took office as the first CNO, but the importance of the office’s mission remains the same: to ensure our globally deployed Sailors have all the tools and training necessary to successfully achieve their missions and return home safely. In a separate capacity as a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff ( 10 U.S.C. § 151) the CNO is a military adviser to the National Security Council, the Homeland Security Council, the Secretary of Defense, and the President. The current Chief of Naval Operations is Admiral Michael M. Gilday. Mission: To serve as the Senior Officer at the Naval Academy and to develop, modify, and enforce policy. b. Functions (1) Faithfully execute the duties and responsibilities of the Office of the Superintendent. (2) Report directly to the Chief of Naval Operations in executing USNA’s Mission, Functions, and Tasks (MFT). 3. You are a division Chief, and 15 members of your command will stand command inspection. You have alredy conducted an inspection rehearsal, and your division will be organized into a formation of three ranks.