Naval Officer's Guide to the Pentagon

  • Subject: Professional Reading for the Sea Services
  • Format:
    Hardcover
  • Pages:
    328
    pages
  • Illustrations:
    This practical guide advises officers of all paygrades, experience levels, and warfare communities on life and work in Washington, D.C., and in the Pentagon, in particular.
  • Published:
    November 15, 2019
  • ISBN-10:
    1682474666
  • ISBN-13:
    9781682474662
  • Product Dimensions:
    9 × 6 × 1 in
  • Product Weight:
    23 oz
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Overview

As naval officers transition to rewarding and challenging jobs ashore, The Naval Officer's Guide to the Pentagon offers a valuable helping hand along the journey. This practical guide advises officers of all paygrades, experience levels, and warfare communities on life and work in Washington, D.C., and in the Pentagon, in particular.

The book is a user-friendly "one-stop shop" for information, offering insights from successful officers from a variety of warfare communities who have served in the Pentagon and in Washington in a range of staff roles. Tailored to naval officers but useful to civilians interested in better understanding the demands and lifestyle of working at the Pentagon, the Naval Officer's Guide to the Pentagon will be a positive addition to the professional libraries of naval leaders past, present, and future.

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Editorial Reviews

“The U.S. Naval Institute Press is releasing a guide to working in the Pentagon in November 2019 that is worth a read. This one is the best one I’ve seen by far, as it was written by those who have recently held front office positions for senior leaders, and the chapters are broken down by major functional roles on a major staff.” —Guy “Bus” Snodgrass, author of Holding the Line: Inside Trump's Pentagon With Secretary Mattis

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