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5 We employed survey and interview methods for gathering information about the detailed kinds of expertise required for Navy ﬂag billets. The data for this report are the result of the ﬁrst round of surveys and interviews of ﬂag oﬃcers. Survey respondents were ﬂag oﬃcers serving in the billets, and most billets had two responses: one from the 5 The process of keeping up with billet requirements as they evolve over time may lead to the need for changes in the domain-speciﬁc areas of expertise. For example, there were some rather speciﬁc domains in the original survey, such as Sea Basing, that were dropped as too speciﬁc during the review process.
Further, an O-9 with Submarine Warfare/Acquisition Management or Submarine Warfare/Financial Management can also ﬁll this O-9 billet. Thus while there are several diﬀerent combinations of primary and secondary expertise that can ﬁll the O-9 billet, there is only one combination that can ﬁll both the O-9 and O-10 billets. Only one O-8 billet calls for Submarine Warfare/Ship Engineering and Repair, and only one O-7 billet calls for this combination of expertise. While there are six O-8 billets calling for Submarine Warfare/Nuclear Propulsion, because the O-9 billet does not permit Nuclear Propulsion as a secondary area of expertise, none of these six O-8 billets can be considered feeders to the O-10 billet.
A-3). A complete list of billet and oﬃcer designator codes can be found in this reference. Background 11 Surface ships, even those more modest in size, such as destroyers, are small cities aﬂoat. Oﬃcers and seamen operate equipment that desalinates water and generates electricity, as well as maintain and operate complex communications equipment and advanced weapon systems. 3). This is not to say that a Navy career consists only of developing expertise in diﬀerent aspects of the art of warfare. 4).