Q13. What is the goal for stress management?
Q14. What is the primary source for housing for
Q15. A Sailor in receipt of PCS orders must do what
before contracting for community housing?
This chapter introduces the Navys people programs
that address quality of life issues.
The main thrust of these programs is to help the
Navy reach its goal of sustained combat readiness and
capability using all its human potential.
By design, the various programs give all Navy
personnel the chance to develop their capabilities to the
maximum. In turn, this maximum development promotes
sound leadership and strengthens the chain of command.
The entire Navy benefits when people perform at their
In this chapter you studied the following programs:
The Personal Excellence ProgramEncourages
adherence to and support of education, health/fitness,
citizenship, and personal excellence partnerships.
The Family Support ProgramProvides
information, resources, and services to support and
enrich the lives of Navy families as well as single
The Equal Opportunity ProgramGuarantees
impartial treatment for all and eliminates unlawful
discrimination, thereby creating a favorable climate for
maintaining high morale, discipline, and readiness.
The Navy Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program
Stresses that alcohol and drug abuse costs lost labor
hours and unnecessary administrative and judicial
processing. The abuse of alcohol and drugs weakens a
person's combat readiness, safety, discipline, judgment,
and loyalty. Zero tolerance stresses that there is no
toleration of alcoholism and drug abuse in the Navy.
The Health and Physical Readiness Program
Every Navy member should strive to achieve and
maintain the highest standard of physical readiness to
ensure operational effectiveness in the Navy.
The Military Cash Awards ProgramProvides
for payment of cash incentives based on the amount of
money saved by a suggestion to reduce costs and
improve productivity in the Navy, Department of
Defense, and other federal government operations.
The Family Housing ProgramAssures
military members that suitable housing is available for
them and their families. Construction authority for
military housing occurs when the civilian housing market
cannot meet military personnel needs.
Assignment and Utilization of Navy-Managed Military
Family Housing, OPNAVINST 11101.13J, Chief
of Naval Operations, Washington, DC, 1992.
Cash Awards for Military Personnel for Suggestions,
Disclosures, OPNAVINST 1650.8C, Chief of
Naval Operations, Washington, DC, 1988.
Department of the Navy (DON) Policy on Sexual
Harassment, SECNAVINST 5300.26C, Secretary
of the Navy, Washington, DC, 1997.
Family Advocacy Program, OPNAVINST 1752.2A,
Chief of Naval Operations, Washington, DC, 1996.
Family Advocacy Program, SECNAVINST 1752.3A,
Secretary of the Navy, Washington, DC, 1995.
Family Service Center Program, OPNAVINST
1754.1A, Chief of Naval Operations, Washington,
Military Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and
Control, SECNAVINST 5300.28B, Secretary of the
Navy, Washington, DC, 1990.
Navy Equal Opportunity (EO) Manual, OPNAVINST
5354.1D, Chief of Naval Operations, Washington,