1. Check-in Procedures. Upon arrival you will provide Admin with a copy of your orders to RSO, fill out the personal information and recall form, and receive a RSO contact card. At this time you should provide any additional information regarding your specific temporary duty, any assistance you may need, or related special circumstances. If you are on LLD you need to provide a copy of your chit to Admin during your check-in process.

2. Duty Hours. RSO's normal hours of operation are from 0730-1600, Monday through Friday. We have a Staff Duty Officer (SDO) who stands duty and is available 24 hours a day/seven days a week. During your stay the normal duty hours will consist of the following:

     a. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Muster at the Commons at 0730 in PT gear. On Mondays and Wednesday, you will PT on your own, but on Friday, we will perform physical training with one of the Navy Fitness Counselors in the multi-purpose room and will muster at 1130. Prioritize your workout, as you must be changed, ready to work, and muster at Bldg 2202 by 0900. If you are currently on light or limited duty, you will not be authorized to participate in PT until cleared by medical.

     b. Tuesdays, Thursdays. Muster at RSO (Bldg 2202) at 0715 in room 219 in the seasonal uniform of the day (Black and Tans, utilities, khakis, etc.). Since building 2202 is considered a secure building (secret and above), room 219 is the only authorized room for you to be in unsupervised, without prior authorization.

     c. Although you are temporarily assigned to RSO you may be called upon to perform certain duties after normal hours. In such instances and on a case by case basis, individuals will be compensated for those extra duties.

3. Daily Routine. During duty hours you can be tasked with a number of tasks or assigned to work onboard Naval Station Everett in order to help support tenant command's mission readiness. To be prepared for down time be sure to bring any Navy study materials for in rate training, NKO courses, or personal study material for any off-duty education you may be attending. The object is to contribute to the Navy and yourself and utilize working hours effectively to do both.

4. Appointments. As previously discussed, it is your responsibility to inform the RSO chain of command with regards to any appointments you may need to attend, need assistance with making, or that may take you away from RSO during your normal duty hours, hours of command PT, or quarters.

5. Disciplinary Actions. Remember you are a Sailor in the United States Navy and are responsible for your actions. Although only TAD/TDY to RSO, you will still be held accountable for your actions under the Uniform Code of Military Justice and the Manual for Courts-Martial.

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