CNO in '04 Guidance: "Winning Organizations Never Rest"
- CNO Adm. Vern Clark took the helm and turned the Navy upside down. // Sea Power;Jun2005, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p48
Interviews Admiral Vern Clark, chief of naval operations, regarding the defense system of the U.S. Navy. Comments of the admiral on senior enlisted ranks as under-used asset; Reactions of Clark on Sea Enterprise; Insights on the savings that will be generated by Sea Swap.
- The Challenges Ahead For the New Administration. Fisher, John R. // Sea Power;Jan2001, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p1
Focuses on the views of Chief of Naval Operations Administration Vern Clark concerning the status of the United States (U.S.) Navy. Strengths and weaknesses of the service; Concerns raised over naval operations; Performance of the Marine security guard detachment at U.S. embassies around the world.
- CNO Sets Specific Goals for Navy Leaders. Ham IV, Walter T. // All Hands;Mar2002, Issue 1019, p15
Provides information on the 'CNO Guidance 2002' set by Admiral Vern Clark, Chief of Naval Operations of the U.S. Navy. Suggestion in achieving steady-state support for active units; Recommendations on building on the best readiness budget; How quality of service can be achieved.
- CNO Plots Navy's Course for 2004. Mueller, Ingrid // All Hands;Mar2004, Issue 1043, p8
Focuses on the performance of the United States Navy in 2003 and the course of action for 2004, according to the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Admiral Vern Clark's CNO Guidance for 2004. Performance in Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom; Top priorities of the Navy including the...
- Naval Aviation Must Balance Current and Future Readiness. Malone, M. D.; Zortman, J. M.; Paparo, S. J. // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jul2004, Vol. 130 Issue 7, p66
Current and future readiness remain two of the most critical priorities set by Chief of Naval Operations Vern Clark and his predecessors. Current readiness means fighting today's global war on terror by preparing and equipping naval forces with today's assets. Because the Navy procured fewer...
- CNO Announces New 'Sea Power 21' Navy Vision. // Sea Power;Jul2002, Vol. 45 Issue 7, p20
Focuses on the announcement made by Chief of Naval Operations administrator Vern Clark on an innovative plan to transform U.S. Navy service to meet its 21st century national security requirements. Discussion on the vision of the Navy operations; Required capabilities associated with the view of...
- HEAVY SEAS AHEAD. Erwin, Sandra I. // Government Executive;7/15/2005, Vol. 37 Issue 12, p68
This article focuses on the role of Vernon Clark as the chief of naval operations administration in the U.S. The rising prices for ships, and consequent plans to cut back purchases in fiscal 2006 through 2011, have made the Navy the target of much criticism in recent months. Just a year ago,...
- Checkered Past, Uncertain Future. Kreisher,, Otto // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jan2009, Vol. 135 Issue 1, p38
The article offers information about the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) program under the U.S. Navy. Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Admiral Vernon E. Clark launched the LCS program in 2002 along with his proposed building of 70 ships. However, the program turned to be one of the problems in the...
- Overhaul Naval Intel to Support the War Fighters. Ona, Mario I. // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Feb2005, Vol. 131 Issue 2, p38
The article presents information on the U.S. naval intelligence. With new direction and the constraints naval operators are encountering, it is paramount that naval intelligence supports its operators in an unprecedented way. Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Vern Clark has warned that the days...