U.S. Department of the Navy Forms

The U.S. Department of the Navy is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the United States Navy and Marine Corps. Its primary mission is to protect and defend the nation's interests at sea, conduct naval operations, develop and maintain maritime forces, and ensure the security of the United States and its allies. The department is also involved in the acquisition and procurement of naval equipment and technology, as well as the training and readiness of naval personnel.




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This document is an employment application form for NAF (Non-Appropriated Fund) positions. It is used to apply for jobs within organizations that are operated by the Department of Defense and receive funding from sources other than congressional appropriations.

This document provides a checklist for the Casualty Assistance Calls Officer to ensure that all necessary benefits are addressed during visits with the family of a deceased service member.

This form is used for conducting pre-trip vehicle inspections on a daily basis. It ensures that a vehicle is safe and in proper working condition before embarking on a trip.

This document is used for registering local population ID cards and base access passes in the Department of the Navy.

This form is used for contributing to the Secretary of the Navy's Active Duty Fund Drive in support of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society.

This form is used for issuing temporary travel orders for additional duty assignments. It helps authorize and track travel expenses for individuals on temporary duty.

This type of document is used for counseling sessions for military personnel with the rank of Corporal and above. It includes important information and guidance to support their professional development and well-being.

This form is used for identifying the facilities available for the construction or repair of ships.

This document outlines the U.S. Navy's plan for operations and activities in the Arctic region from 2014 to 2030. It provides a roadmap for how the Navy will navigate and operate in the Arctic to ensure national security and protect American interests.


This document is a style guide specifically designed for the U.S. Navy. It provides guidelines and rules for writing and formatting documents and communications within the Navy.


This type of document is a request for personal information about an individual's background, such as their name, address, date of birth, and employment history. It is commonly used for job applications, background checks, or government records.

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