Responsibility of the Commanding Officer – Chapter 8 – U.S. Navy Regulations 1990 0802. Responsibility.

1. The responsibility of the commanding officer for his or her command is absolute, except when, and to the extent to which, he or she has been relieved therefrom by competent authority, or as provided otherwise in these regulations. The authority of the commanding officer is commensurate with his or her responsibility. While the commanding oflicer may, at his or her discretion, and when not contrary to law or regulations, delegate authority to subordinates for the execution of details, such delegation or authority shall in no way relieve the commanding officer of continued responsibility for the safety, well-being and efficiency of the entire command.

2. A commanding officer who departs from orders or instructions, or takes official action which is not in accordance with such orders or instructions, does so upon his or her own responsibility and shall report immediately the circumstances to the officer from whom the prior orders or instructions were received. Of particular importance is the commanding officer’s duty to take all necessary and appropriate action in self-defense of the command.

3. The commanding officer shall be responsible for economy within his or her command. To this end the commanding officer shall require from his or her subordinates a rigid compliance with the regulations governing the receipt, accounting and expenditure of public money and materials, and the implementation of improved management techniques and procedures.

4. The commanding officer and his or her subordinates shall exercise leadership through personal example, moral responsibility and judicious attention to the welfare or persons under their control or supervision. Such leadership shall be exercised in order to achieve a positive, dominant influence on the performance of persons in the Department of the Navy.

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Atakapa Ishak From the Gulf Coast of Louisiana and Texas The Atakapan people are a Southeastern culture of Native American tribes who spoke Atakapa and historically lived along the Gulf of Mexico. They called themselves the Ishak, pronounced "ee-SHAK", which translates as "The People" and further designated themselves within the tribe as "The Sunrise People" and "The Sunset People". Descendants still live in Louisiana and Texas. In 2006 the Atakapa-Ishak met as one nation.

The Catholic Church baptismal records have been used as a resource for determining if a person was Atakapa or Savauge or Free Person of Color. TheLafayette, LA Parish Public Library has a series of reference books prepared by Father Hebert who compiled & published a lot of LA area’s churches records… I suggest you try that if your ancestors were Catholic. A lot of Atakapas were baptized Catholic due to missionary work in this area and educated as Catholics because of the work done by the now Saint Katharine Drexel and many catholic nuns and priests.

Your skin color is a non-issue… Atakapa, other Native Americans & Creoles’ beautiful hues ranged from dark brown to “red bone” bronze to fair complexions. I for one have Atakapa-Ishak blood along with a mixture of West Indian & Acadian French & African American! My spirit is Native!

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“Yeshua” is the Hebrew word for “Jesus.” The name means “to rescue, to save, or to deliver.”

Question: "If His name was Yeshua, why do we call Him Jesus?"

Answer: Some people claim that our Lord should not be referred to as “Jesus.” Instead, we should only use the name “Yeshua.” Some even go so far as to say that calling Him “Jesus” is blasphemous. Others go into great detail about how the name “Jesus” is unbiblical because the letter J is a modern invention and there was no letter J in Greek or Hebrew.

Yeshua is the Hebrew name, and its English spelling is “Joshua.” Iesous is the Greek transliteration of the Hebrew name, and its English spelling is “Jesus.” Thus, the names “Joshua” and “Jesus” are essentially the same; both are English pronunciations of the Hebrew and Greek names for our Lord. (For examples of how the two names are interchangeable, see Acts 7:45 and Hebrews 4:8 in the KJV. In both cases, the word Jesus refers to the Old Testament character Joshua.)

Spent three days in Bartlett Regional Health – Mental Health Unit, 2nd floor & was proven sane.

JAMHI, Emergency Room DR., Psychiatrist, they all alleged Bipolar, was proven that their prognosis, or diagnosis had no substantiality. Just couldn't hold water. They even tried placing me with a judge whom had conflict of interests.

Studied Martial Arts all my life.

Started out with TaeKwonDoe, learned some Shotokan from my cousin, picked up a bit of Capoeira, Freerunning, Sword play & Jiu Jitsu. Genjitsu is my passion and I have a special love for Japanese culture.

Decided not to join.

Received pre–training for becoming a NAVY SEAL on Nellis Air Force Base. Practiced underwater diving, pushed to the max in a gym, and pushed in the back and made to run "the Jericho mile" or fall on my face from not running. Was an experience I am never gonna forget! He was just a kid training me, however, his dad raised him to become a NAVY SEAL. I received nothing less than the best that day!

Decided not to join.

Nevada Highway Patrol was a flop, however, I've received pretesting materials in hopes for Juneau Police Department and aced the greater majority of the questions being asked, form C was a piece of cake,– testing form B not so easy!

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