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Security-Classified Records: This record group may include material that is security-classified. 24.2 GENERAL RECORDS OF THE BUREAU OF NAVAL PERSONNEL AND ITS PREDECESSORS 1801-1966 History: War Department, established by act of August 7, 1789 (1 Stat. 202), and abolished by act of August 31, 1842 (5 Stat. Responsibility for detailing (assigning) officers delegated to Office of Detail, 1861 (SEE 24.4). Logs of the German merchant vessels Prinz Waldemar and Prinz Sigismund, 1903-14. Manuscript ("rough") log and night order book of the U. 24.2.4 Records of units attached to the Bureau of Navigation Textual Records: Letters sent by the Signal Office, 1869-86. Identification, 1917-21, and age, 1862-63, certificates. Registers, rosters, and records showing complements, 1799-1909. Records of the Personnel Diary Section, consisting of microfilm copies of muster rolls, 1948-59.
Related Records: Record copies of publications of the Bureau of Naval Personnel in RG 287, Publications of the U. Responsibility for enlisting and recruiting navy personnel assigned to Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting, 1862 (SEE 24.5). Communication logs and signal record books, 1897-1922. Records of the Coast Signal Service, 1898, consisting of correspondence regarding the establishment of signal stations; headquarters correspondence; correspondence of district headquarters with signal stations; letters sent and correspondence of the First District Office, Boston, MA (in Boston), Second District Office, New York, NY (in New York), Third District Office, Norfolk, VA (in Philadelphia), Fourth District Office, Charleston, SC (in Atlanta), Fifth District Office, Jacksonville, FL (in Atlanta), Sixth District Office, Pensacola, FL (in Atlanta), and Seventh District Office, New Orleans, LA (in Fort Worth); and vessel movement telegrams. 24.2.5 Other records Textual Records: Annual reports of the Chief of the Bureau of Navigation, 1897-1904. Applications and registers of employees, 1861-1915. Records showing complements of ships and shore units, 1891-1913. 24.3 RECORDS RELATING TO NAVAL OFFICERS, ENLISTED MEN, AND APPRENTICES 1798-1943 24.3.1 Records relating to naval officers Textual Records: Application, examination, and appointment records, 1838-1940. Personnel jackets and other records, 1900-25, including a microfilm copy of index to officers' jackets (2 rolls). Records of the Training Division, consisting of historical files of Navy training activities, 1940-45; program files relating to the V-12 program, 1942-48; program files relating to officer training, 1928-46; records relating to U. Naval Academy expansion, 1962-63; and program files relating to the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps, 1964-68.
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