After directives have been received and
routed, they should be filed in what way?
Chronologically by date of issue
Chronologically by date of receipt
Alphabetically by originator
By SSIC number
duties of the Command Religious Program
manager regarding the preparation and
submission of reports.
Pen and ink changes are made to
publications under which, if any, of the
Only when the change is for a short
period of time
Only when the change is authorized by
the Secretary of the Navy
Only when the change involves a few
words or sentences
Which of the following types of changes
to an instruction should be noted in the
Record of Changes page of the
Reports made to higher echelons of
command are the only means of exercising
command and control.
Page changes only
Pen and ink changes only
Both page and pen and ink changes
A tickler file is recommended to reflect
which of the following information?
Correspondence to be answered
Appointments of the chaplain
Record of visitors to the office of
Identify the types
of publications that are pertinent to
the Command Religious Program; determine
how they are used and how they should be
Which of the following statements is
correct regarding publications?
A copy of all publications pertinent
to the Command Religious Program must
be kept in the Office of the Chaplain
RPs should have a general knowledge
of all pertinent CRP publications
Most CRP publications are classified
Each of the above
Which of the following procedure should
be followed when CRP publications are
taken on loan from the office?
The borrowers I.D. number and name
should be recorded
A list of books on loan should be
A GSA Form 23 should be filled out
Each of the above may be used
procedures to be followed in the
management of naval communications, such
as letters, pastoral and professional
correspondence, and messages.
The first step in letter preparation is to
have a clear understanding of the
objective(s) of the letter.
A letter to one addressee dealing with
several subjects would be preferable to
several letters to one addressee.
A topic sentence must always be placed
at the beginning of a paragraph.
The sentence in a paragraph that makes a
general statement about the material to be
discussed in the paragraph is known as the