[United States Government Manual] [June 01, 2005] [Pages 175-185] [From the U.S. Government Printing Office, www.gpo.gov]
[[Page 175]] DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY The Pentagon, Washington, DC 20350 Phone, 703-697-7391. Internet, www.navy.mil. SECRETARY OF THE NAVY Gordon R. England Director, Office of Program Thomas Tesch Appraisal Special Assistant for Acquisition Douglas Combs and Business Reform Under Secretary of the Navy Dionel M. Aviles Director, Small and Disadvantaged Nancy J. Tarrant Business Utilization Auditor General of the Navy Richard A. Leach Director, Naval Criminal David L. Brant Investigative Service Chief of Information Rear Adm. Terry L. McCreary, USN Chief Information Officer David M. Wennergren Chief of Legislative Affairs Rear Adm. Mark Ferguson, USN General Counsel Alberto J. Mora Principal Deputy General Counsel Frank R. Jimenez Deputy General Counsel William R. Molzhan Naval Inspector General Vice Adm. Ronald A. Route, USN Judge Advocate General of the Navy Rear Adm. James E. McPherson, JAGC, USN Deputy Judge Advocate General Rear Adm. Bruce E. Macdonald, JAGC, USN Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Richard Greco, Jr. Management and Comptroller) Deputy Ashley Godwin Director, Office of Budget Rear Adm. Bruce B. Engelhardt, USN Director, Office of Financial Mark E. Easton Operations Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and William A. Navas, Jr. Reserve Affairs) Deputy Assistant Secretary (Reserve Harvey C. Barnum Affairs) Deputy Assistant Secretary (Total Anita K. Blair Force Transformation) Deputy Assistant Secretary (Civilian Patricia C. Adams Human Resources) Deputy Assistant Secretary (Manpower Russell Beland Analysis and Assessment) Deputy Assistant Secretary (Military Anita K. Blair Personnel Policy) Director, Naval Council of Personnel Col. Marsha L. Culver, Boards USMC Executive Director, Board for W. Dean Pfeiffer Correction of Naval Records Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Installations B.J. Penn and Environment) [[Page 176]] Principal Deputy Wayne Arny Deputy Assistant Secretary (Shore Richard O. Thomas Resources) Deputy Assistant Secretary (Safety) Connie K. DeWitte Deputy Assistant Secretary Donald Schregardus (Environment) Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, John J. Young, Jr. Development, and Acquisition) Chief of Naval Research Rear Adm. Jay M. Cohen, USN Principal Deputy (vacancy) Deputy Assistant Secretary (Air William Balderson Programs) Deputy Assistant Secretary (C41/ Gary A. Federici Space Programs) Deputy Assistant Secretary (Littoral Roger Smith and Mine Warfare Programs) Deputy Assistant Secretary (Ship Allison Stiller Programs) Deputy Assistant Secretary Anne Sandel (Integrated Warfare Systems) Deputy Assistant Secretary Capt. Eric R. Wilson, (Management and Budget) USN Program Executive Officers/Direct Rear Adm. William Reporting Program Managers Cobb, USN; Rear Adm. Phil Davis, USN; Rear Adm. Dennis M. Dwyer, USN; Rear Adm. Gib Godwin, USN; Rear Adm. Charles Hamilton, USN; Rear Adm. Steve Enewold, USN; Rear Adm. Dave Venlet, USN; Thomas Laux; Rear Adm. Timothy Heely, USN; Gary Breedlove; Rear Adm. William Landay, USN; Rear Adm. John Butler, USN; Rear Adm. Charles Bush, USN; Steven Ehrler; Dennis Bauman; Carl Siel; Col. Mike Brogan, USMC; Ronald Rosenthal; Rear Adm. Charles Young, USN; Lorraine Wilson U.S. Navy Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Vernon E. Clark, USN Vice Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Robert Willard, USN Deputy Chief, Manpower and Vice Adm. Gerald L. Personnel Hoewing, USN Director of Naval Intelligence Rear Adm. Robert Murrett, USN Deputy Chief, Fleet Readiness Vice Adm. Justin and Logistics McCarthy, USN Deputy Chief, Plans, Policy and Vice Adm. John G. Operations Morgan, Jr., USN Deputy Chief, Warfare Vice Adm. Joseph A. Requirements and Sestak, Jr., Programs USN Deputy Chief, Resources, Vice Adm. Lewis W. Requirements and Crenshaw, Jr., Assessments USN Director, Navy Staff Vice Adm. Albert T. Church III, USN [[Page 177]] Director of Naval Nuclear Adm. Kirkland H. Propulsion Program Donald, USN Director of Naval Education and Vice Adm. Kevin Moran, Training USN Director of Test and Evaluation Rear Adm. Jay M. and Technology Cohen, USN Requirements Surgeon General of the Navy Vice Adm. Donald C. Arthur, MC, USN Director of Naval Reserve Vice Adm. John G. Cotton, USN Chief of Chaplains of the Navy/ Rear Adm. Louis V. Director of Religious Iasiello, CHC, Ministries USN Major Shore Commands: Commander, Naval Air Systems Command Vice Adm. Walter B. Massenburg, USN Commander, Naval Network and Space Operations Rear Adm. John P. Command Cryer III, USN Commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Command Rear Adm. Michael K. Loose, CEC, USN Commander, Naval Legal Service Command Rear Adm. James E. McPherson, JAGC, USN Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Rear Adm. Timothy Command McGee, USN Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command Vice Adm. Phillip M. Balisle, USN Commander, Naval Security Group Command Rear Adm. Andrew M. Singer, USN Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command Rear Adm. Justin D. McCarthy, SC, USN Commander, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Rear Adm. Kenneth D. Command Slaght, USN Commander, Naval Warfare Development Command Rear Adm. John M. Kelly, USN Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Vice Adm. Donald C. Arthur, MC, USN Commander, Naval Education and Training Command Vice Adm. Kevin Moran, USN Chief of Naval Personnel Vice Adm. Gerald L. Hoewing, USN Commander, Office of Naval Intelligence Capt. Tony Cothron, USN Director, Strategic Systems Program Rear Adm. Charles B. Young, USN Major Fleet Commands: Commander, U.S. Atlantic Fleet Adm. William J. Fallon, USN Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet Adm. Walter F. Doran,USN Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe Adm. Michael G. Mullin, USN Commander, Military Sealift Command Rear Adm. David L. Brewer III, USN Commander, Naval Forces Central Command Vice Adm. David C. Nichols, USN Commander, Naval Reserve Force Vice Adm. John G. Cotton, USN Commander, Naval Special Warfare Command Rear Adm. Joseph Maguire, USN Commander, Operational Test and Evaluation Force Rear Adm. David Architzel, USN [[Page 178]] U.S. Marine Corps Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. Michael W. Hagee, USMC Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. William L. Nyland, USMC Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Sgt. Maj. John L. Estrada, USMC Director, Marine Corps Staff Col. J.L. Welsh, USMC Director, Command, Control, Communications, and Brig. Gen. John R. Computers Thomas, USMC Deputy Commandant for Aviation Lt. Gen. Michael A. Hough, USMC Deputy Commandant for Installations and Lt. Gen. Richard L. Logistics Kelly, USMC Deputy Commandant for Manpower and Reserve Lt. Gen. H.P. Osman, Affairs USMC Deputy Commandant for Plans, Policies, and Lt. Gen. Jan C. Huly, Operations USMC Deputy Commandant for Programs and Resources Lt. Gen. Robert Magnus, USMC Counsel for the Commandant Robert D. Hogue Director of Administration and Resource Albert A. Washington Management Deputy Director of Human Intelligence, Defense Brig. Gen. M.E. Ennis, Intelligence Agency USMC Director of Marine Corps History and Museums Col. John W. Ripley, USMC (Ret.) Director of Public Affairs Brig. Gen. Mary Ann Krusa-Dossin, USMC Director, Special Projects Directorate Joel P. Eissinger, USMC Legislative Assistant to the Commandant Brig. Gen. John F. Kelly, USMC Chaplain of the Marine Corps Rear Adm. Robert F. Burt, CHC, USN Marine Corps Dental Officer Capt. William G. Reynolds, DC, USN Medical Officer of the Marine Corps Rear Adm. Thomas Cullison, MC, USN President, Permanent Marine Corps Uniform Board Col. James B. Laster, USMC Commanding General, Marine Corps Recruiting Brig. Gen. Walter E. Command Gaskin, USMC Commanding General, Marine Corps Combat Lt. Gen. James N. Development Command Mattis, USMC Commander, Marine Corps Systems Commands Brig. Gen. William D. Catto, USMC Commander, Marine Corps Base, Quantico Col. James M. Lowe, USMC [For the Department of the Navy statement of organization, see the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 32, Part 700] ------------------------------------------------------------------------ The primary mission of the Department of the Navy is to protect the United States, as directed by the President or the Secretary of Defense, by the effective prosecution of war at sea including, with its Marine Corps component, the seizure or defense of advanced naval bases; to support, as required, the forces of all military departments of the United States; and to maintain freedom of the seas. The United States Navy was founded on October 13, 1775, when Congress enacted the first legislation creating the Continental Navy of the American [[Page 179]] [GRAPHIC] [TIFF OMITTED] T201944.016 [[Page 180]] Revolution. The Department of the Navy and the Office of Secretary of the Navy were established by act of April 30, 1798 (10 U.S.C. 5011, 5031). For 9 years prior to that date, by act of August 7, 1789 (1 Stat. 49), the conduct of naval affairs was under the Secretary of War. The National Security Act Amendments of 1949 provided that the Department of the Navy be a military department within the Department of Defense (63 Stat. 578). The Secretary of the Navy is appointed by the President as the head of the Department of the Navy and is responsible to the Secretary of Defense for the operation and efficiency of the Navy (10 U.S.C. 5031). The Department of the Navy includes the U.S. Coast Guard when it is operating as a Service in the Navy. Secretary The Secretary of the Navy is the head of the Department of the Navy, responsible for the policies and control of the Department of the Navy, including its organization, administration, functioning, and efficiency. The members of the Secretary's executive administration assist in the discharge of the responsibilities of the Secretary of the Navy. Legal The Office of the Judge Advocate General provides all legal advice and related services throughout the Department of the Navy, except for the advice and services provided by the General Counsel. It also provides legal and policy advice to the Secretary of the Navy on military justice, ethics, administrative law, claims, environmental law, operational and international law and treaty interpretation, and litigation involving these issues. The Judge Advocate General provides technical supervision for the Naval Justice School at Newport, RI. For further information, contact the Office of the Judge Advocate General, Department of the Navy, Washington Navy Yard, Suite 3000, 1322 Patterson Avenue SE., Washington, DC 20374-5066. Phone, 202-685-5190. Criminal Investigations The Naval Criminal Investigative Service provides criminal investigative, counterintelligence, law enforcement and physical security, and information and personnel security support to Navy and Marine Corps organizations and personnel worldwide, both ashore and afloat. The Naval Criminal Investigative Service is comprised of law enforcement professionals who are investigators, crime laboratory technicians, technical investigative specialists, security specialists, and administrative support personnel. For further information, contact the Director, Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Department of the Navy, 716 Sicard Street SE., Building 111, Washington Navy Yard, Washington, DC 20388-5000 (phone, 202-433-8800) or the Operations Control Center/Headquarters Duty Officer (phone, 202-433-9323). Research The Office of Naval Research encourages, promotes, plans, initiates, and coordinates naval research; coordinates naval research and development conducted by other agencies and offices of the Department of the Navy; and supervises, manages, and controls activities within or for the Department of the Navy relating to patents, inventions, trademarks, copyrights, and royalty payments. For further information, contact the Public Affairs Office, Office of Naval Research, Ballston Tower One, 800 North Quincy Street, Arlington, VA 22217-5660. Phone, 703-696-5031. Operating Forces The operating forces of the Navy are responsible for naval operations necessary to carry out the Department of the Navy's role in upholding and advancing the national policies and interests of the United States. The operating forces of the Navy include the several fleets, seagoing forces, fleet marine forces and other assigned Marine Corps forces, the Military Sealift Command, Naval Reserve forces, and other forces and activities as may be assigned by the President or the Secretary of the Navy. The Chief of Naval Operations is responsible for the command and administration of the operating forces of the Navy. The Atlantic Fleet is composed of ships, submarines, and aircraft that [[Page 181]] operate throughout the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. The Naval Forces, Europe, includes forces assigned by the Chief of Naval Operations or made available from either the Pacific or Atlantic Fleet to operate in the European theater. The Pacific Fleet is composed of ships, submarines, and aircraft operating throughout the Pacific and Indian Oceans. The Military Sealift Command provides ocean transportation for personnel and cargo of all components of the Department of Defense and, as authorized, for other Federal agencies; operates and maintains underway replenishment ships and other vessels providing mobile logistic support to elements of the combatant fleets; and operates ships in support of scientific projects and other programs for Federal agencies. Other major commands of the operating forces of the Navy are the Naval Forces Central Command, Operational Test and Evaluation Force, Naval Special Warfare Command, and Naval Reserve Force. Activities Air Systems The Naval Air Systems Command provides material support to the Navy and Marine Corps for aircraft, airborne weapon systems, avionics, related photographic and support equipment, ranges, and targets. For further information, contact the Commander, Naval Air Systems Command, 47123 Buse Road, Patuxent River, MD 20670-1547. Phone, 301-757- 1487. Coast Guard The Commandant of the Coast Guard reports to the Secretary of the Navy and the Chief of Naval Operations when the Coast Guard is operating as a service in the Navy, and represents the Coast Guard before the Joint Chiefs of Staff. During such service, Coast Guard operations are integrated and uniform with Department of the Navy operations to the maximum extent possible. The Commandant of the Coast Guard organizes, trains, prepares, and maintains the readiness of the Coast Guard for the performance of national defense missions, as directed. The Commandant also maintains a security capability; enforces Federal laws and regulations on and under the high seas and waters subject to the jurisdiction of the United States; and develops, establishes, maintains, and operates aids to maritime navigation and ice breaking and rescue facilities, with due regard to the requirements of national defense. Computers and Telecommunications The Naval Network and Space Operations Command (NNSOC) was formed in July 2002 by the merger of elements of Naval Space Command and Naval Network Operations Command. The command operates and maintains the Navy's space and global telecommunicationssystems and services, directly supports war fighting operations and command and control of naval forces, and promotes innovative technological solutions to war fighting requirements. NNSOC enables naval forces to use information and space technologies and expertise to achieve and maintain knowledge superiority essential for dominating the battle space. For further information, contact the Commander, Naval Network and Space Operations Command, 5280 Fourth Street, Dahlgren, VA 22448-5300. Phone, 540-653-6100. Cryptology The Naval Security Group Command performs cryptologic functions; provides, operates, and maintains an adequate naval security group; approves requirements for the use of existing naval security group capabilities and resources; and coordinates the execution of approved cryptologic programs. For further information, contact the Commander, Naval Security Group Command, 9800 Savage Road, Fort Meade, MD 20755-6585. Phone, 240-373- 3632. Education and Training The Office of Naval Education and Training provides shore-based education and training for Navy, certain Marine Corps, and other personnel; develops specifically designated education and training afloat programs for the fleet; provides voluntary and dependents education; and participates with research and [[Page 182]] development activities in the development and implementation of the most effective teaching and training systems and devices for optimal education and training. For further information, contact the Chief of Naval Education and Training, Department of the Navy, Naval Air Station Pensacola, 250 Dallas Street, Pensacola, FL 32508-5220. Phone, 850-452-2713. Facilities The Naval Facilities Engineering Command provides material and technical support to the Navy and Marine Corps for shore facilities, real property and utilities, fixed ocean systems and structures, transportation and construction equipment, energy, environmental and natural resources management, and support of the naval construction forces. For further information, contact the Commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Command and Chief of Civil Engineers, Washington Navy Yard, 1322 Patterson Avenue SE., Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20374-5065. Phone, 202-685-1423. Intelligence The Office of Naval Intelligence ensures the fulfillment of the intelligence requirements and responsibilities of the Department of the Navy. For further information, contact the Commander, Office of Naval Intelligence, Department of the Navy, 4251 Suitland Road, Washington, DC 20395-5720. Phone, 301-669-3001. Manpower The Bureau of Naval Personnel directs the procurement, distribution, administration, and career motivation of the military personnel of the regular and reserve components of the U.S. Navy to meet the quantitative and qualitative manpower requirements determined by the Chief of Naval Operations. For further information, contact the Bureau of Naval Personnel, Department of the Navy, Federal Office Building 2, Washington, DC 20370- 5000. Phone, 703-614-2000. Medicine The Bureau of Medicine and Surgery directs the provision of medical and dental services for Navy and Marine Corps personnel and their dependents; administers the execution and implementation of contingency support plans and programs to provide effective medical and dental readiness capability; provides professional and technical medical and dental service to the fleet, fleet marine force, and shore activities of the Navy; and ensures cooperation with civil authorities in matters pertaining to public health disasters and other emergencies. For further information, contact the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Department of the Navy, 2300 E Street NW., Washington, DC 20373-5300. Phone, 202-762-3211. Oceanography The Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command and the Naval Observatory are responsible for the science, technology, and engineering operations which are essential to explore the ocean and the atmosphere and to provide astronomical data and time for naval and related national objectives. To that end, the naval oceanographic program studies astrometry, hydrography, meteorology, oceanography, and precise time. For further information, contact the following offices: Oceanographer of the Navy, U.S. Naval Observatory, 3450 Massachusetts Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20392-1800. Phone, 202-762-1026; Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command, 1100 Balch Blvd., Stennis Space Center, MS 39529-5005. Phone, 228-688-4188; and Superintendent, Naval Observatory, 3450 Massachusetts Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20392-5100. Phone, 202-762-1438. Sea Systems The Naval Sea Systems Command provides material support to the Navy and Marine Corps and to the Departments of Defense and Transportation for ships, submarines, and other sea platforms, shipboard combat systems and components, other surface and undersea warfare and weapons systems, and ordnance expendables not specifically assigned to other system commands. For further information, contact the Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, 1333 Isaac Hull Avenue SE., Washington Navy Yard, DC 20376- 1010. Phone, 202-781-1973. Space and Naval Warfare The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command provides technical and material support to the Department of the Navy for space systems; command, control, communications, and intelligence [[Page 183]] systems; and electronic warfare and undersea surveillance. For further information, contact the Commander, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, 4301 Pacific Highway, San Diego, CA 92110-3127. Phone, 619-524-3428. Strategic Systems The Office of Strategic Systems Programs provides development, production, and material support to the Navy for fleet ballistic missile and strategic weapon systems, security, training of personnel, and the installation and direction of necessary supporting facilities. For further information, contact the Director, Strategic Systems Programs, Department of the Navy, Nebraska Avenue Complex, 287 Somers Court NW., Suite 10041, Washington, DC 20393-5446. Phone, 202-764-1608. Supply Systems The Naval Supply Systems Command provides supply management policies and methods and administers related support service systems for the Navy and Marine Corps. For further information, contact the Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command, 5450 Carlisle Pike, P.O. Box 2050, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055- 0791. Phone, 717-605-3565. Warfare Development The Navy Warfare Development Command plans and coordinates experiments employing emerging operational concepts; represents the Department of the Navy in joint and other service laboratories and facilities and tactical development commands; and publishes and disseminates naval doctrine. For further information, contact the Commander, Navy Warfare Development Command, 686 Cushing Road, Sims Hall, Newport, RI 02841. Phone, 401-841- 2833. United States Marine Corps Commandant of the Marine Corps, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, 2 Navy Annex, Washington, DC 20380-1775 Phone, 703-614-1034. Internet, www.usmc.mil. The United States Marine Corps was established on November 10, 1775, by resolution of the Continental Congress. Marine Corps composition and functions are detailed in 10 U.S.C. 5063. The Marine Corps, which is part of the Department of the Navy, is the smallest of the Nation's combat forces and is the only service specifically tasked by Congress to be able to fight in the air, on land, and at sea. Although marines fight in each of these dimensions, they are primarily a maritime force, inextricably linked with the Navy to move from the sea to fight on land. The Marine Corps conducts entry-level training for its enlisted marines at two bases, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, SC, and Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, CA. Officer candidates are evaluated at Officer Candidate School at Marine Corps Combat Development Command, Quantico, VA. Marines train to be first on the scene to respond to attacks on the United States or its interests, acts of political violence against Americans abroad, disaster relief, humanitarian assistance, or evacuation of Americans from foreign countries. Marine Corps Districts ------------------------------------------------------------------------ District Address ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1st............................. 1605 Stewart Ave., Garden City, NY 11530-4761 4th............................. Bldg. 54, Suite 3, New Cumberland, PA 17072-0806 6th............................. Marine Corps Recruit Depot, P.O. Box 19201, Parris Island, SC 29905-9201 8th............................. Bldg. 10, Naval Support Activity, New Orleans, LA 70142 9th............................. 3805 E. 155th St., Kansas City, MO 64147-1309 12th............................ 3704 Hochmuth Ave., San Diego, CA 92140-5191 ------------------------------------------------------------------------ For further information, contact the Division of Public Affairs, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, 2 Navy Annex, Washington, DC 20380- 1775. Phone, 703-614-1034. Internet, www.usmc.mil. [[Page 184]] United States Naval Academy Annapolis, MD 21402-5018 Phone, 410-293-1500. Internet, www.usna.edu. The United States Naval Academy is the undergraduate college of the naval service. Through its comprehensive 4-year program, which stresses excellence in academics, physical education, professional training, conduct, and honor, the Academy prepares young men and women morally, mentally, and physically to be professional officers in the Navy and Marine Corps. All graduates receive a Bachelor of Science degree in 1 of 19 majors. For further information concerning the United States Naval Academy, contact the Superintendent, United States Naval Academy, 121 Blake Road, Annapolis, MD 21402-5018. Sources of Information Civilian Employment Information about civilian employment with the Department of the Navy can be obtained from the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Civilian Human Resources Web site, www.donhr.navy.mil. Information about civilian employment opportunities in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area can be obtained from the Secretariat/Headquarters Human Resources Office, Navy Annex, Room 2510, Washington, DC 20370-5240. Phone, 703-693-0888. Consumer Activities Research programs of the Office of Naval Research cover a broad spectrum of scientific fields, primarily for the needs of the Navy, but much information is of interest to the public. Inquiries on specific research programs should be directed to the Office of Naval Research (Code 10), 800 North Quincy Street, Arlington, VA 22217-5660. Phone, 703-696-5031. Contracts and Small Business Activities Information about small businesses, minority-owned businesses, and labor surplus activities can be obtained from the Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (SADBU), 720 Kennon Street SE., Room 207, Washington Navy Yard, DC 20374-5015. Phone, 202-685-6485. Environment For information on environmental protection and natural resources management programs of the Navy and Marine Corps, contact the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Installations and Environment), Environment and Safety, 1000 Navy Pentagon, Room 4A686, Washington, DC, 20350-1000. Phone, 703-693-5080. General Inquiries Navy and Marine Corps recruiting offices, installation commanders, and Commanding Officers of Marine Corps Districts (see listing in the preceding text) can answer general inquiries concerning the Navy and Marine Corps and their community and public information programs. The Department of the Navy Office of Information provides accurate and timely information about the Navy so that the general public, the press, and Congress may understand and assess the Navy's programs, operations, and needs. The Office also coordinates Navy participation in community events and supervises the Navy's internal information programs, 1200 Navy Pentagon, Room 4B463, Washington, DC 20350-1200. Phone, 703-695-0965. Speakers and Films Information can be obtained on speakers, films, and the Naval Recruiting Exhibit Center. For information on the above Navy items, contact the Office of Information, Department of the Navy, 1200 Navy Pentagon, Room 4B463, Washington, DC 20350-1200. Phone, 703-695- 0965. For information on above Marine [[Page 185]] Corps items, contact the Commandant of the Marine Corps, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps (PHC), Room 5E774, The Pentagon, Washington, DC 20380- 1775. Phone, 703-614-4309. Tours To broaden the understanding of the mission, functions, and programs of the Naval Observatory, regular night tours and special group day tours are conducted. The night tours are by reservation only and are given on alternating Monday nights. Information concerning activities of the observatory and public tours may be obtained by writing to the Superintendent, United States Naval Observatory, 3450 Massachusetts Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20392-5420. Phone, 202-762-1438. Marine Corps Military Career and Training Opportunities The Marine Corps conducts enlisted personnel and officer training programs; provides specialized skill training; participates in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Program for commissioning officers in the Marine Corps; provides the Platoon Leaders Class program for commissioning officers in the Marine Corps Reserve to college freshmen, sophomores, or juniors and the Officer Candidate Class program for college graduates or seniors. Information about these programs is available at most civilian educational institutions and Navy and Marine Corps recruiting stations. Interested persons also may write directly to the Marine Corps Recruiting Command, 3280 Russell Road, Quantico, VA 22134-5103. Phone, 703-784-9454. Information about Marine Corps Reserve opportunities can be obtained from local Marine Corps recruiting stations or Marine Corps Reserve Drill Centers. Interested persons may also write directly to the Director, Reserve Affairs, 3280 Russell Road, Suite 507, Quantico, VA 22134-5103. Phone, 703-784-9100. For further information concerning the Navy, contact the Office of Information, Department of the Navy, 1200 Navy Pentagon, Washington, DC 20350-1200. For press inquiries, phone 703-697-7391 or 703-697-5342. Internet, www.navy.mil. For further information regarding the Marine Corps, contact the Director of Public Affairs, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, 2 Navy Annex (Pentagon 5D773), Washington, DC 20380-1775. Phone, 703-614-1492.