Naval Science 3: Naval Knowledge, Leadership, and Nautical Skills for the NJROTC Student

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Naval Institute Press, 2009 - 274 pages
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This series is designed to introduce the new NJROTC cadet both to the Navy and to his responsibilities as a citizen, to provide readings in various naval topics for cadets who anticipate applying for Navy college-level scholarships, and to provide an initial source of information on naval topics for first-year midshipmen of the U.S. Naval Academy and NROTC programs. Topics covered include citizenship, leadership and discipline, naval history, government, fundamentals of naval organizations, engineering, weapons, operations and logistics, navigation, seamanship, meteorology and weather, survival training, and much more.

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Cdr. Richard Hobbs, USNR (Ret.) has been involved with the Navy's NJROTC program for more than thirty years as a writer or editor of many of its instructional textbooks and other materials. A 1966 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and twenty-year veteran high school science teacher, Commander Hobbs has also written the widely acclaimed Marine Navigation. He resides in Maryland and in Florida.

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