- Reaction score
Or they can just look at the signature block, see it's been signed and trust that by the time it's gotten to their desk, trust that the half a dozen hands it's gone through have also done their jobs and looked at itNot necessary but I wouldn't call it ridiculous. It gives instant feedback to the CO on who has signed what when paperwork arrives on his desk. He can see orange for the CSEO, Blue for OPS, Green for XP and know that it's gone through all the different people it needs to without trying to figure out who signed what.
I know, very difficult in the Navy.
There is no difference in that the XO signs in green for this exact reason, and in the army I believe there is a green pen used somewhere as well (Adjt? Major? OC?) not sure which position.
This isn't a thing.