Sunday, February 16, 2014

From the MCPON

As Chief Petty Officers, we embrace increased responsibility and authority while accepting the highest obligation to embody the confidence, employ the expertise of our Sailors and earn the trust from both our superiors and subordinates. As I've said in the past, we MUST ensure that we are providing the leadership our Sailors expected the day they joined the Navy. If we don't, how can we expect others to? We can't afford to foster or be part of an environment that fails to uphold the expected standards of integrity. Our fundamental standard is to work hard, stay out of trouble and be good and decent people.

His full article regarding the Navy Nuclear Power School Cheating Scandal is HERE.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

His view of the world is from the clouds...0 visibility. You want to know what's actually going on down on the deckplates...go hang out in the smoke pit...or down in the lowest desk of the engineering spaces. Symposiums and command 'fly-by's are worthless.