The Chief of Naval Operations is the head of the United States Navy. The position is a statutory office held by a four-star admiral, a military adviser and deputy to the Secretary of the Navy. In a separate capacity as a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff the CNO is a military adviser to the National Security Council, the Homeland Security Council, the Secretary of Defense, the President; the current Chief of Naval Operations is Admiral Michael M. Gilday. Despite the title, the CNO does not have operational command authority over Naval forces; the CNO is an administrative position based in the Pentagon, exercises supervision of Navy organizations as the designee of the Secretary of the Navy. Operational command of naval forces falls within the purview of the Combatant Commanders who report to the Secretary of Defense; the Chief of Naval Operations is the highest-ranking officer on active duty in the U. S. Navy unless the Chairman and/or the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff are naval officers.
As per 10 U. S. C. § 5035, whenever there is a vacancy for the Chief of Naval Operations or during the absence or disability of the Chief of Naval Operations, unless the President directs otherwise, the Vice Chief of Naval Operations performs the duties of the Chief of Naval Operations until a successor is appointed or the absence or disability ceases. The CNO performs all other functions prescribed under 10 U. S. C. § 5033, such as presiding over the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, exercising supervision of Navy organizations, other duties assigned by the Secretary or higher lawful authority, or the CNO delegates those duties and responsibilities to other officers in OPNAV or in organizations below. Acting for the Secretary of the Navy, the CNO designates naval personnel and naval forces available to the commanders of Unified Combatant Commands, subject to the approval of the Secretary of Defense; the CNO is a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff as prescribed by 10 U. S. C. § 151 and 10 U.
S. C. § 5033. Like the other members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the CNO is an administrative position, with no operational command authority over the United States Navy forces. Members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, individually or collectively, in their capacity as military advisers, shall provide advice to the President, the National Security Council, or the Secretary of Defense on a particular matter when the President, the NSC, or SECDEF requests such advice. Members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff may submit to the Chairman advice or an opinion in disagreement with, or advice or an opinion in addition to, the advice presented by the Chairman to the President, NSC, or SECDEF; when performing his JCS duties, the CNO is responsible directly to the SECDEF, but keeps SECNAV informed of significant military operations affecting the duties and responsibilities of the SECNAV, unless SECDEF orders otherwise. The Chief of Naval Operations is nominated by the President for appointment and must be confirmed by the Senate.
A requirement for being Chief of Naval Operations is having significant experience in joint duty assignments, which includes at least one full tour of duty in a joint duty assignment as a flag officer. However, the president may waive those requirements if he determines that appointing the officer is necessary for the national interest. By statute, the CNO is appointed as a four-star admiral. Number One Observatory Circle, located on the northeast grounds of the United States Naval Observatory in Washington, DC, was built in 1893 for its superintendent; the Chief of Naval Operations liked the house so much that in 1923 he took over the house as his own official residence. It remained the residence of the CNO until 1974, when Congress authorized its transformation to an official residence for the Vice President; the Chief of Naval Operations resides in Quarters A in the Washington Naval Yard. The Chief of Naval Operations presides over the Navy Staff, formally known as the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations.
The Office of the Chief of Naval Operations is a statutory organization within the executive part of the Department of the Navy, its purpose is to furnish professional assistance to the Secretary of the Navy and the CNO in carrying out their responsibilities. The OPNAV organization consists of: The Chief of Naval Operations The Vice Chief of Naval Operations, the principal deputy of the Chief of Naval Operations, delegated complete authority to act for the CNO in all matters not reserved by law to the CNO; the Director of the Navy Staff. Several Deputy Chiefs of Naval Operations of either three or two-star rank, heading functional directorates. DCNO Manpower, Training, & Education/Chief of Naval Personnel DCNO Warfare Dominance/Director of the Office of Naval Intelligence DCNO Operations, Plans, & Strategy DCNO Fleet Readiness & Logistics DCNO Integration of Capabilities & Resources DCNO Warfighting Development DCNO Warfare Systems The Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy, appointed by the Chief of Naval Operations to serve as a spokesperson to address the issues of enlisted personnel to the highest positions in the Navy.
The Director of the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program, a unique eight-year posting held by a 4 star admiral, created and served in by Admiral Hyman G. Rickover; the appointment as Director is both a military and civilian position as it is the head of the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program in the Department of the Navy and deputy administrator for the Office of Naval Reactors of the National Nuclear Security Administration in the
The Territory of White Deer is a Czech TV series. The story centers around a group of children, led by Olda. Father of Leontinka manages the local Deer Park with an invaluable breed of white deer. A series of mysterious events unfolds. Leontinka and Olda, in turn a son of a local police officer, search for the villain; the list of suspects includes young fugitive, former head of the deer park, former poacher, manager of local restaurant, designer planning a motorway and a couple of others. Stella Zázvorková performed a local widow, as well as Jana Hlaváčová, who works hard to repay financial debt the manager of restaurant. Ondřej Vetchý performed a lover of local teacher; some parts of the story were narrated by Viktor Preiss. Filming location included Deer Park Žehušice near Kutná Hora; the series was screened on Czechoslovak Television, on German ZDF, Super RTL and Kinderkanal and several times on Czech Television as well. The Fugitive The Wildfire The Secret Tunnel The Poisoned Water The Trip The New Forest The Capture Leontina Bajerová....
Zuzana Vejvodová Olda.... Lukáš Jenčík Honza.... Petr Čech Pepa.... Robert Ježek Mr. Bajer.... Jan Kanyza Mr. Klepetka.... Pavel Zedníček???.... Michal Suchánek Mr. Louš.... Martin Růžek Mr. Roušar.... Jiří Sovák Mrs. Kabátová.... Jana Hlaváčová Teacher Arnošt.... Ondřej Vetchý Narrator.... Viktor Preiss Jaromír....??? Tractor Driver.... Vlastmil Bedrna Waiter Kabát.... Oldřich Vlach Mrs. Klepetková.... Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová Mr. Vašut.... Miroslav Etzler Mrs. Javorská.... Simona Postlerová Franta.... Blažej Svoboda Eliška.... Adéla Stodolová Helena.... Nora Kurzová Mrs. Hlavíková.... Stella Zázvorková Mr. Horáček.... Tomáš Valík Mr. Verner.... Martin Zounar Eva.... Miroslava Součková Imre.... Miroslav Heyduk Record at Der Tschechisch-Slowakische FernsehSerienIndex - includes character names and episodes in German The Territory of White Deer on IMDb
Beauty Kokubu is a Japanese impressionist. His real name is Hideyuki Kokubu. Kokubu is represented with Big World. Kokubu started doing impressions; when he worked as a salesperson at a precision instrument measuring manufacturer, he was joined with an acquaintance at the impressionist live house Sokkuri Tate Kisara at Shinjuku, this triggered him to start doing impressions on stage. Kokubu's first impression at Kisara was the members of Kome Kome Club. While working as both as a salesman and an impressionist, he felt that he prefer impressions more, retire from being a salesman to concentrate on his impressions. Kokubu doing impressions of the Kome Kome Club members, he increased his repertoire. In about two and a half years after his debut at Kisara, he became a regular of Bakushō sokkuri monomane Kōhaku Uta Gassen Special. In 2008 Kokubu was nickname Jawanet Takana when he appeared in Enta no Kamisama, in which he made an impression of former Japanet Takata president Akira Takata, he was appointed for the advertisements of Japanet Takata from January to March 2009, in which he played alongside Takata himself.
In the 28 December 2012 broadcast of Nihonichi wa Dareda? Monomane Ōzakettei-sen: Saikyō Tournament Chō Gekokujō Special, Kokubu was placed first during his second appearance, he continued to participate in Monomane Ōzakettei-sen, he won the final game for three consecutive years from 2013 to 2015, but he missed the championship. Kokubu did singing impressions. Ryuichi Kawamura K Sachiko Kobayashi Shōsuke Tanihara Hideaki Tokunaga Motohiro Hata Kiyoshi Hikawa Ken Hirai Akira Fuse Bae Yong-joon Takashi Hosokawa Noriyuki Makihara Hibari Misora Yoshikazu Mera Naotarō Moriyama Masayoshi Yamazaki Tatsuro Yamashita During his initial appearance in Bakushō sokkuri monomane Kōhaku Uta Gassen Special, he appeared as Yamashita's look-alike; as Beauty Kokubu As Hideyuki Kokubu