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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

WELCOME ........................................................................................................................................ 3

    IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS .................................................................................................... 4 CORTRAMID EAST STAFF ............................................................................................................. 5

    USN STAFF AT KINGS BAY, GA…………………………………………………………………… 6

    USMC CORTRAMID STAFF AT CAMP LEJEUNE, NC .................................................................. 6 FLEET LIAISON OFFICERS ............................................................................................................. 6

    MIDSHIPMEN ORGANIZATION ..................................................................................................... 7

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF MIDSHIPMEN ................................................................... 7 BERTHING ........................................................................................................................................ 8

    MESSING ........................................................................................................................................... 8

    IDENTIFICATION CARDS ............................................................................................................... 9

    UNIFORMS ........................................................................................................................................ 9

    CIVILIAN ATTIRE ............................................................................................................................ 9

    CORTRAMID STAFF DUTY OFFICER .......................................................................................... 10 PLAN OF THE DAY ........................................................................................................................ 10

    OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS ............................................................................................. 10 TRANSPORTATION ....................................................................................................................... 10

    MAIL ................................................................................................................................................ 10

    SOCIAL ACTIVITIES ...................................................................................................................... 11

    ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ............................................................................................................ 11

    FRATERNIZATION POLICY .......................................................................................................... 12

    SICK CALL ...................................................................................................................................... 12

    RELIGIOUS SERVICES .................................................................................................................. 12

    OTHER INFORMATION ................................................................................................................. 13

    SURFACE WARFARE ORIENTATION .......................................................................................... 14 SUBMARINE WARFARE ORIENTATION ..................................................................................... 16 AVIATION WARFARE ORIENTATION ......................................................................................... 18 MARINE CORPS ORIENTATION .................................................................................................. 20 WHAT TO DO ON BASE NORFOLK & NEX PHONE NUMBERS .......................................... 23-25

    MAPS ......................................................................................................................................... 26-29

    CORTRAMID EAST 2012 CALENDAR .......................................................................................... 30

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WELCOME TO CORTRAMID 2012!

CORTRAMID is designed to provide you with a broad introduction to the four major warfare

    communities within the naval service: naval aviation, submarine warfare, surface warfare and the

    Marine Corps with hands on participation in operational evolutions. The Navy and Marine Corps are providing assets whose sole purpose is to introduce you to fleet operations. Take advantage of this unique opportunity, participate fully, ask questions, and strive to learn as much as you can. For many of you, this will be your first exposure to the Fleet. Beyond this introduction to

    operational Navy and Marine Corps units and missions, CORTRAMID will also provide an

    opportunity to see the infrastructure and facilities found on typical Naval bases. Take the

    opportunity to discover the Exchange, the Commissary, and the Morale Welfare and Recreation

    (MWR) leisure and recreational opportunities that exist for you and your shipmates.

Our specific goals are to:

; Enable you to make informed decisions about future career options.

    ; Familiarize you with the mission, tasks, and equipment of the various warfare communities. ; Introduce you to the career development ladder within each warfare area.

    ; Emphasize the importance of military courtesy, smartness, discipline, and physical fitness. ; Reinforce leadership training through practical application of basic leadership.

    We hope to give each of you the fullest experience possible. Please recognize that there may be delays, rescheduling of events, and reassignments of personnel that can lead to brief frustration and disappointment. All personnel must be flexible to deal with unexpected, real world occurrences. We will act to minimize the impact of these occurrences, but I also expect that you will exhibit a level of maturity and resourcefulness if confronted with these challenges.

    In addition to overseeing the training program, the staff is responsible for evaluating your overall performance and potential as a naval officer. You are expected to perform at your peak level and to be on your very best professional and personal behavior. Be on time and ready to train. Midshipmen will participate in all areas of training regardless of their intended warfare specialty selection unless excused for medical reasons. This will be your one opportunity to experience how each warfare area operates and to understand the challenges they face.

    For many of you, this is your first exposure to the operating Navy and Marine Corps. Have fun, stay safe, and represent your NROTC units with pride and professionalism. Finally, please remember to thank the Sailors and Marines who, by their dedicated efforts, will ensure your time is well-spent and your experiences are worthwhile. Again, welcome to CORTRAMID 2012!

    Jamie Hopkins

    CAPT USN

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    IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS (Area Code 757 if outside Tidewater area)

    Norfolk Naval Base Security 322-2550/1 Norfolk Naval Base Emergency 444-3333 Norfolk Naval Base CDO Quarterdeck 322-2365 Civilian Police, Fire, and Medical Response 911 Base Information 444-0000

    all Manor/Penn Hall, S-30 Front Desk 402-4553 W

Ambulance

    Police Emergency Dispatch 444-2324

Hospitals

    Naval Medical Center Portsmouth 953-5008 Chesapeake General Hospital 312-8121 Lake Taylor Hospital 461-5001 Sentara Norfolk General 388-3000 Sentara Virginia Beach General 395-8000 Sentara Leigh 261-6000

    Sentara Independence 363-6100 Sentara Obici Hospital 934-4000

COMUSFLTFORCOM

    Watch Officer 836-5397

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CORTRAMID EAST STAFF

    US NAVY STAFF, BUILDING B30, NAVSTA NORFOLK

     POSITION NAME

    OIC CORTRAMID EAST CAPT Jamie Hopkins AOIC CORTRAMID EAST CDR Doug Harvey OPERATIONS/SKED OFFICER LT Chris Cornish ASST OPS/AIR OPERATIONS LT Adam Dickinson SENIOR WATCH OFFICER/MWR LT Stephen Durst STAFF SUPPLY/LOGISTICS Mr. Cornelius Harris ASST STAFF SUPPLY Mr. Curtis Lyons ASST STAFF SUPPLY Ms. Ana Gonzales STAFF ADMIN Ms. Ann Wittenbel

    ASST STAFF ADMIN Mr. Randell Lewis

    . Tammy Strauss ASST STAFF ADMIN Ms

    ASST STAFF ADMIN Ms. Michelle Armstead TRANSPORTATION OFFICER Mr. Curtis Lyons

COMPANY OFFICERS

    ALPHA COMPANY OFFICER LT Timothy Yuhas BRAVO COMPANY OFFICER LT Cassidy Rasmussen CHARLIE COMPANY OFFICER LT Brian Lin DELTA COMPANY OFFICER LT Adam Jones ECHO COMPANY OFFICER LT Michael Jacobs FOXTROT COMPANY OFFICER LT Kyle Muller GOLF COMPANY OFFICER LT Jeremy Lord HOTEL COMPANY OFFICER LT Alton Smith

Company Officers and Assistant Company Officers will provide continuity, coordinate

    transportation and trainer attendance, answer questions, and take care of matters necessary to

    ensure midshipmen training goes smoothly. All company movements must be escorted.

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US NAVY STAFF, KINGS BAY, GA

    OIC Submarine Week CAPT Clarence Carter Staff LT Ryan Bush

    Staff LT Shara Chapman

    US MARINE CORPS STAFF, CAMP LEJEUNE, NC

OIC Marine Week Col Thomas Clark

    AOIC Maj Tim Rizner

FLEET LIAISON OFFICERS

ATLANTIC FLEET LIASON OFFICER LT Michelle Mazer, COMUSFLTFORCOM

    SUB LIAISON OFFICER LT Thomas Johnson, COMSUBLANT AIR LIAISON OFFICER CDR Norman Johnson, COMNAVAIRLANT SURFACE LIAISON OFFICER LT Matthew Underwood, COMNAVSURFLANT USMC LIAISON OFFICER TBD

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MIDSHIPMEN ORGANIZATION

     There are eight companies of midshipmen, each divided into two platoons (approximately 30 midshipmen each) with three squads (approximately 10 midshipmen each). Each company will have a Midshipman Company Commander, Executive Officer, Company Adjutant, two Platoon Leaders, and six Squad Leaders. The Squad leader will serve as mustering officer and mail officer. Midshipmen will be rotated through leadership billets periodically and will be briefed on their duties by the Staff Company Officer. The Midshipman Company Commander (supported by his or her staff) will have the following specific duties and responsibilities:

    ; Know each day’s training schedule.

    ; Conduct reveille for members of the company each weekday morning. Submit muster

    reports to the Staff Company Officer.

    ; Assemble and muster his or her company following breakfast and lunch and prior to

    departure from any training site. Submit muster reports to the Staff Company Officer.

    ; Organize the company into teams for athletics and other events.

    ; Ensure his or her company is in the proper uniform and prepared for each training event.

    MIDSHIPMEN CHAIN OF COMMAND

    CAPT Hopkins

    OIC CORTRAMID EAST

    CDR Teuscher

    AOIC CORTRAMID EAST COMPANY OFFICER

     ASST COMPANY OFFICER

    MIDSHIPMAN COMPANY COMMANDER

    MIDSHIPMAN PLATOON LEADER

    MIDSHIPMAN SQUAD LEADER

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF ALL MIDSHIPMEN

     As midshipmen on active duty for training, you are subject to the NROTC Regulations in CNSTCINST 1533.2, U.S. Navy Regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). Those midshipmen displaying outstanding or substandard performance can expect a Special Evaluation documenting their efforts to be forwarded to their unit Commanding Officer. Violations of rules and regulations can cause your training to be terminated and you may be returned to your NROTC unit. Serious violations may be adjudicated under the UCMJ.

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BERTHING

     You will be staying in Navy Gateway Inn and Suites (NGIS), a Combined Bachelor

    Housing (CBH) facility onboard Naval Station Norfolk, VA. During Marine Week, you will be

    billeted temporarily in quarters at Quantico Marine Corps Base. During Submarine Week, you

    will be billeted temporarily in quarters onboard Naval Station Kings Bay, Ga. Please remember

    that your berthing facilities are not college dorms. We share them with other commands and it

    is extremely important that you behave in a courteous manner and follow the CBH rules of

    conduct to the letter. Pay particular attention to the rules restricting alcohol and visitors in your

    room. Navy Gateway Inn and Suites (NGIS) information and regulations are covered in the NGIS Welcome Aboard Guide located in your room. Some additional rules that apply:

    ; The Hampton Roads area is known for its hot and humid summer climate. Keep doors

    and windows closed to maximize air conditioning efficiency and to conserve energy.

    ; Lock your door and safeguard your key. Security watches will not normally be assigned

    during scheduled training periods.

    ; Cleanliness of spaces is the responsibility of all hands. Upon arrival, your room should be

    neat and clean. It is your responsibility to ensure that it stays that way.

    ; When in the NGIS lobby area, you should wear the prescribed uniform or appropriate

    civilian attire.

    ; Complete the Room Discrepancy sheet immediately following check-in. Failure to do so

    could result in you being charged for pre-existing damages. Report any major

    discrepancies in the berthing facilities to the NGIS Desk Watch. If the problem is not

    resolved, inform your Company Officer.

    ; Women are not permitted in men’s rooms, and men are not permitted in women’s rooms.

    ; Room swapping is not authorized.

    ; Use of phone cards or personal cell phones is highly encouraged for long distance calls.

    It will save you money. The phone rate from your NGIS room is approximately $0.10 a

    minute.

    ; Keep rooms clean and well organized. They will be inspected!

MESSING

     Messing aboard ships and at other sites has been arranged and will be included in the Plan of the Day. Messing ashore/galley procedures for midshipmen will include:

    ; Presentation of ID

    ; Signing your name and social security number before proceeding through the line

Uniforms or appropriate civilian attire, including clean athletic gear, may be worn to meals.

     If you are dissatisfied with the food or the service at the Mess Hall, you are asked to obtain a Mess Evaluation Form from your Company Commander, complete it, and return it to the Staff Duty Officer, your, Assistant Company Officer , or the Mess Hall Master-at-Arms.

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IDENTIFICATION CARDS

     ID cards will be carried on your person at all times. NAVSTA Norfolk checks all personnel

    for ID cards at every gate. Additionally, a copy of your orders and your ID card will be necessary

    to enter the commissary or exchange.

UNIFORMS

    Midshipmen will be expected to report with a full sea bag as required by NSTC directives. Company Commanders will report any discrepancies, such as missing or unserviceable items, to the CORTRAMID Supply Officer. Uniform requirements for the various evolutions will be listed in the Plan of the Day.

    ; The uniform for most training events will be the Navy Working Uniform (NWU).

    ; The NWU will be required during fire fighting and damage control trainers and shipboard

    underway periods.

    ; Civilian casual clothes may be worn to the picnics.

    ; The uniform for liberty is appropriate civilian attire.

CIVILIAN ATTIRE

     The following is guidance concerning the wearing of civilian attire:

    ; Appropriate civilian attire shall be worn when entering or leaving the base, at all Navy

    Exchange facilities, NGIS, mess halls, special services facilities, and off base.

    ; The following is NOT considered appropriate civilian attire: tank top shirts, shirts with

    offensive words, derogatory signs or drug related words, undershirts worn as outer

    garments, exposed undergarments, short shorts, cut-offs, halters or tops which display a

    bare midriff, and items of military clothing except shoes and undergarments.

    ; The wearing of collared shirts is always appropriate and highly desired. “Polo” or golf-

    style shirts (short or long sleeve) are considered collared shirts.

    ; Physical training gear is appropriate when actively engaged in individual physical training.

    Organized CORTRAMID physical training will be conducted in the U.S. Navy physical

    training uniform. Shirts must be worn while running on board the Naval Station. Base

    police will stop individuals not wearing shirts. Additionally, the use of headphones is

    strictly prohibited while walking or jogging on base.

    ; Joggers, fitness walkers, and bicyclists are required to wear high visibility belts or

    reflective vests on all Navy Region Mid-Atlantic installations during times of darkness or

    reduced visibility. They are not required for organized sports on established playing fields

    or on closed loop tracks. Belts are available at the gyms.

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CORTRAMID STAFF DUTY OFFICER

     A member of the CORTRAMID STAFF will be on duty from the end of the working day until the beginning of the next training day (0800 Monday thru Friday or 0900 on Saturday) and all weekend long. During normal working hours, the watch is maintained at the CORTRAMID EAST office. Outside normal working hours, the Staff Duty Officer will be located in the NGIS, with the duty phone number to be published in the Plan of the Day (POD).

PLAN OF THE DAY

     The Plan of the Day (POD) will list the training schedule for your company. Your Company Officer, Assistant Company Officer or Company Chief will provide you with specific details about your training events.

OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS

     Every effort has been made to make your orientation productive and meaningful. However, there may be instances when changes to the schedule occur due to operational necessities. You will be advised as early as possible regarding any changes to your training schedule.

TRANSPORTATION

     Bus and van transportation will be provided. Details on schedules and routes will be made available to Midshipmen Company Commanders for dissemination. BE ON TIME. Personal

    vehicles are not authorized and will not be used for any official training activities. When riding

    in government furnished transportation, seat belts must be worn at all times.

MAIL

    "Mail Call" will be held each day at the BOQs. Your mailing address for this training period is:

     MIDN 3/C John/Jane Doe

     CORTRAMIDEAST, Company __

     Regional Mail Center

     9225 Third Ave

     Norfolk, VA 23551

    *Mail received at the above addresses while midshipmen are at Camp Lejeune (Marine Week) or Kings Bay (Submarine Week) will be held in Norfolk until your return the following week. CORTRAMID EAST is not responsible for forwarding mail received after you have departed Norfolk for the final time

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