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For further general information concerning the United States Military Academy, contact the Public Affairs Office, United States Military Academy, West Point, NY 10996. Phone, 914–938-4261. For information about Military Academy admission criteria and policies, contact the Office of the Registrar, United States Military Academy, West Point, NY 10996.

Sources of Information

Arlington and Soldiers' Home National Cemeteries for information write to the Superintendent, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA 22211-5003. Phone, 703-695-3175. Army Historical Program For information concerning the Army Historical Program, write to the U.S. Army Center of Military History, HQDA (DAMH), Pulaski Building, Washington, DC 20314–0200. Phone, 202–272– 0291. Civilian Employment Employment inquiries and applications should be directed to the following: (1) For employment in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area-Personnel and Employment Service-Washington, Room 3D727, The Pentagon, Washington, DC 20310-6800 (phone, 703-695-3383); (2) For employment outside the Washington, DC, metropolitan area-address or apply directly to the Army installation where employment is desired, Attn: Civilian Personnel Office; (3) For employment overseas—U.S. Army Civilian Personnel Center, Attn: PECC-CSS, Hoffman II Building, 200 Stovall Street, Alexandria, VA 22332–0300 (phone, 703–3258712).

Contracts Contract procurement policies and procedures are the responsibility of the Deputy for Procurement, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Research, Development and Acquisition), Room 2E661, The Pentagon, Washington, DC 20310_0103. Phone, 703-695-2488. Environment Contact the Public Affairs Office, Office of the Chief of Engineers, Washington, DC 20314-1000, phone, 202-272-0010; or the nearest Corps of Engineers Division or District Office located in most major cities throughout the United States. Films, Videotapes, and Videodiscs Requests for loan of Army-produced films, videotapes, and videodiscs should be addressed to the Visual Information Support Centers of Army installations. Army productions are available for sale from the National Audiovisual Center (NAC), Washington, DC 20409-3701. Department of the Army pamphlet 2590, Visual Information Products Catalog, lists the products that have been cleared for public release. Freedom of Information and Privacy Act Requests Requests should be addressed to the Information Management Officer of the Army installation or activity responsible for the requested

information. If it is uncertain which Eisenhower Ave., Alexandria, VA Army activity has the information,

22333-0001. Phone, 703–274-8010. requests may be submitted to the Army Small Business Activities Aids to assist Freedom of Information and Privacy Act small businesses in obtaining defense Division, Information Systems

procurement contracts are available Command-Pentagon, Attn: ASQNS-OP-F, through the Office of Small and Room 1146, 2461 Eisenhower Avenue, Disadvantaged Business Utilization, Alexandria, VA 22331-0301. Phone, Office of the Secretary of the Army, 703-325-6163.

Room 2A712, The Pentagon, Public Affairs and Community Relations

Washington, DC 20310_0106. Phone, For official Army information and

703-695-9800. community relations, contact the Office Speakers Civilian organizations desiring of the Chief of Public Affairs,

an Army speaker may contact a nearby Department of the Army, Washington,

Army installation or write or call the DC 20310–1508. Phone, 703-694

Community Relations Division, Office of 0741. During nonoffice hours, call 202–

the Chief of Public Affairs, Department 695-0441.

of the Army, Washington, DC 20310Publications Requests should be

1508. Phone, 703-697-5720. Requests addressed to the Information

for Army Reserve speakers may be

addressed to HQDA (DAAR-PA), Management Officer of the Army activity Washington, DC 20310–2423, or the that publishes the requested publication. Official publications published by

local Army Reserve Center. Headquarters, Department of the Army,

Organizations in the Washington, DC,

area desiring chaplain speakers may are available from the National

contact the Chief of Chaplains, Technical Information Service,

Department of the Army, Washington, Department of Commerce, Attn: Order

DC 20310_2700. Phone, 703-695Preprocessing Section, 5285 Port Royal

1137. Information on speakers may be Road, Springfield, VA 22161-2171.

obtained by contacting the Public Affairs Phone, 703-487-4600. If it is uncertain

Office, Office of the Chief of Engineers, which Army activity published the

Washington, DC 20314, or the nearest publication, requests should be

Corps of Engineer Division or District addressed to the Publishing Division,

Office.
U.S. Army Publications and Printing
Command, Room 1050, 2461

Military Career and Training
Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria, VA Opportunities
22331-0301. Phone, 202-325-6292.

Information on all phases of Army Reading Rooms The Pentagon Library enlistments and specialized training are is located in Room 1A518, The

available by writing the United States Pentagon, Washington, DC 20310-6000.

Army Recruiting Command, Fort Phone, 703-697-4301. The Discharge Sheridan, IL 60037. Phone, 312-926– Review/Correction Boards Reading Room 3322. is located in Room 2£165, The

Army Health Professions for Pentagon, Washington, DC 20319–1803.

information concerning career Phone, 703-695-3973. The Army

opportunities in Army Health Freedom of Information Act Reading Professions, write to HQDA (SGPS-PD), Room is located in Room 1146, 2461

Skyline No. 5, 5100 Leesburg Pike, Falls Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria, VA Church, VA 22041-3258. Phone, 70322331-0301. Phone, 703-325-6163. 756-8114. Research Industry may obtain

Army ROTC The Army Reserve information on long-range research and Officers' Training Corps is an development plans concerning future educational program designed to materiel requirements and objectives develop college-educated officers for the from the Commander, U.S. Army

Active Army, the Army National Guard, Materiel Command, Attn: AMCPA, 5001 and the Army Reserve. For information,

write or contact the Professor of Military Science at the nearest college or university offering the program, or the Army ROTC Regional Headquarters in your area. Army National Guard For information concerning individual training opportunities in the National Guard, contact the Army National Guard, AROOAC-ME, Edgewood, MD 21010-5420. Phone, 301-671-4789. Chaplains Corps For information concerning career opportunities as a chaplain, write to the Chief of Chaplains, HQDA (DACH-ZA), Washington, DC 20310. Phone, 703-695-1133. Commissioning Opportunities for Women All commissioning sources available to men are available to women.

Judge Advocate General's Corps For information concerning career opportunities as a lawyer, military and civilian, write to the Personnel, Plans, and Training Office, Office of the Judge Advocate General, Department of the Army, HQDA (DAJA-PT), Washington, DC 20310–2206. Phone, 703-6951353. Officer Candidate Schools Members of the Active Army may attend the 14-week course at Fort Benning, GA. Members of the Reserve Components may attend a short course at Fort Benning, GA. United States Military Academy For information write to the Director of Admissions, United States Military Academy, West Point, NY 10996. Phone, 914–938_4041.

For further information concerning the Department of the Army, contact the Office of the Chief of Public Affairs, Headquarters, Department of the Army, Washington, DC 20310–1508. Phone, 703-694-0741.

DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY
The Pentagon, Washington, DC 20350
Phone, 703-545-6700

JOHN H. DALTON
CAPT. J.W. METZGER, USN
COL. R.R. BLACKMAN, JR., USMC
CDR. M.K. SEGLEM, USN
CAPT. C.D. CONNOR, USN
COR. J.D. MCCARTHY, USN
REAR ADM. W. PUTNAM, USN
COL. W.C. GREGSON, USMC
RICHARD DANZIG
CAPT. KEVIN J. COSGRIFF, USN
COL. ROBERT E. LEE, USMC
ROY L. CARTER
D.L. HATHAWAY

LINDA DOHERTY RICHARD L. SHAFFER ROY D. NEDROW

SECRETARY OF THE NAVY

Executive Assistant and Naval Aide
Military Assistant and Marine Corps Aide
Administrative Aide
Special Assistant for Public Affairs
Special Assistant for Legislation
Director, Office of Program Appraisal

Deputy Director
Under Secretary of the Navy

Executive Assistant and Naval Aide
Special Assistant and Marine Corps Aide
Assistant for Administration
Director, Small and Disadvantaged Business

Utilization
Director, Total Quality Leadership Office
Auditor General of the Navy
Director, Naval Criminal Investigative

Service
Chief of Information

Deputy Chief of Information
Chief of Legislative Affairs

Deputy Chief of Legislative Affairs
General Counsel

Executive Assistant and Special Counsel
Principal Deputy General Counsel
Deputy General Counsel
Associate General Counsel (Management)
Associate General Counsel (Litigation)
Assistant General Counsel (Research,

Development, and Acquisition) Assistant General Counsel (Manpower and

Reserve Affairs)
Assistant General Counsel (Installation and

Environment)
Assistant General Counsel (Financial

Management and Comptroller)
Counsel, Commandant of the Marine Corps
Counsel, Naval Air Systems Command
Counsel, Space and Naval Warfare Systems

Command
Counsel, Naval Facilities Engineering

Command
Counsel, Naval Sea Systems Command
Counsel, Naval Supply Systems Command

Counsel, Military Sealift Command

REAR ADM. K. PEASE, USN
CAPT. JAMES P. MITCHELL, USN
REAR ADM. ROBERT J. NATTER, USN
CAPT. JAY M. COHEN, USN
STEVEN S. HONIGMAN
CAPT. J.B. MONTGOMERY, USN
LEIGH A. BRADLEY
EUGENE P. ANGRIST
FRED A. PHELPS
ARTHUR H. HILDEBRANDT
HARVEY J. NATHAN

JOSEPH G. LYNCH

C. JOHN TURNQUIST

MARGARET A. OLSEN

P.M. MURPHY CHARLES J. MCMANUS SOPHIE A. KRASIK

CHRISTINE C. MUTH

WILLIAM P. MOLZAHN DOUGLAS P. LARSEN, JR. RICHARD S. HAYNES

ELWARD L. SAUL

Counsel, Office of the Chief of Naval

Research
Naval Inspector General

Deputy Naval Inspector General
Judge Advocate General of the Navy

VICE ADM. JAMES FITZGERALD, USN
PATRICIA S. KOTZEN
REAR ADM. H.E. GRANT, JAGC,

USN
REAR ADM. C.M. LEGRAND, JAGC,

USN
DEBORAH P. CHRISTIE

Deputy Judge Advocate General

Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial

Management and Comptroller) Principal Deputy Executive Assistant and Naval Aide Special Assistant and Marine Corps Aide

GLADYS J. COMMONS
CAPT. MARK E. EASTON, USN
LT. COL. DEBRA WOODWARD,

USMC
REAR ADM. WILLIAM J. HANCOCK,

USN
A. ANTHONY TISONE
BERNARD S. ROSTKER

Director, Office of Budget

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Director, Office of Financial Operations Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and

Reserve Affairs)
Executive Assistant and Naval Aide
Military Assistant and Marine Corps Aide
Deputy Assistant Secretary (Manpower)
Deputy Assistant Secretary (Reserve Affairs)
Deputy Assistant Secretary (Personnel

Programs)
Deputy Assistant Secretary (Civilian

Personnel Policy/Equal Employment

Opportunity) Director, Naval Council of Personnel Boards

Deputy Director Executive Director, Board for Correction of

Naval Records

Deputy Executive Director
Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Installations

and Environment)
Executive Assistant and Naval Aide
Special Assistant and Marine Corps Aide
Principal Deputy
Deputy Assistant Secretary (Environment and

Safety) Deputy Assistant Secretary (Installation and

Facilities)
Deputy Assistant Secretary (Shore Resources)
Deputy Assistant Secretary (Conversion and

Redevelopment)
Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research,

Development, and Acquisition)
Executive Assistant and Naval Aide
Special Assistant and Marine Corps Aide
Principal Deputy
Deputy Assistant Secretary (MUW Programs)
Deputy Assistant Secretary (Air Programs)

CAPT. ANDREW D. BRUNHART
LT. COL. LARRY JOHNSON
CHERYL KANDARAS
ELSIE L. MUNSELL

DUNCAN HOLADAY

RICHARD O. THOMAS WILLIAM J. CASSIDY, JR.

JOHN W. DOUGLASS

(VACANCY)
COL. DAVID SADDLER, USMC
VICE ADM. W.C. BOWES, USN
EDWARD ZDANKIEWICZ
WILLIAM J. SCHAEFER

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