Q4. List some the agencies or organizations
ombudsman works with.
Q5. What must a first-term Sailor have before they
can reenlist or extend?
Q6. When leaving the Navy, what determines if you
will be able to reenlist at a later date?
Q7. When away from their home district, how can a
Sailor and his family register to vote?
Since the Navy is such a large, diverse, and complex
organization, it requires numerous programs to help its
members resolve a wide variety of problems. For
example, the Command Managed Equal Opportunity
(CMEO) Program makes sure Navy members have the
same basic rights all other citizens in our society enjoy.
Department of the Navy policies govern our
day-to-day operations by requiring us to perform to
certain standards. Those policies give us a general goal
and the guidelines to achieve that goal. Those policies
and the programs that support them ensure Navy
personnel know how to do their jobs and where to find
help to resolve their problems.