You will serve as a Historian of the NAVAL HISTORY AND HERITAGE COMMAND.

  • You will plan, research, and prepare original studies, monographs, briefings, booklets, articles, scripts, chronologies, exhibits labels, and other products that furnish detailed historical background and perspective to Navy issues.
  • You will provide historical support and information to high-ranking civilian personnel and Navy leaders and planners in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV).
  • You will investigate and define past events and provide in depth analysis of these events.
  • You will provide perspective on historical events of the purpose of education military and civilian personnel about the history and heritage of the U.S. Navy.
  • You will demonstrate a thorough understanding and assessment of the materials and the ability to independently plan and execute the research and writing of historical products.
  • You will be required to respond to naval history inquiries from OPNAV.
  • You will edit or transcribe historical documents.
  • You will collect and analyze historical documents.
  • You will organize and direct his/her own projects and may divide the work into smaller segments.
  • You will conduct research as necessary.
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