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Like recruit guidon-bearer Green, who knows where he is going—but is keeping a sharp eye on his drill instructor just in case—the present Chief of Naval Education and Training knows where he is and wants to go—“a ready Navy,” now and in the future. But he knows, too, that he and his commanders have to be alert and responsive to complaints and suggestions from both juniors and seniors.