BMR-CH 2 Military Conduct and Justice

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  1. 1. List the three cultures of the Navy that you expected to know.
    • Ans: Language
    • Customs
    • Tradition
  2. 2. List the three sources that set forth the basic disciplinary laws for
    • the U.S. Navy.
    • Ans: U.S. Navy Regulations
    • Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ)
    • Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy
  3. 3. What type of an example should every sailor in the Navy set? (2)
    Ans: High personal and military ideals
  4. 4. List the five behaviors of a good sailor.
    • Ans: (1) Acts in a military and seamanlike manner
    • (2) Puts the good of the ship and the Navy before personal likes and
    • dislikes
    • (3) Obeys the rules of military courtesy and etiquette as well as
    • the rules of military law
    • (4) Demonstrates loyalty, self-control, honesty, and truthfulness
    • (5) Knows what to do in an emergency and how to do it with the least
    • waste of time and with minimum confusion
  5. 5. What do people base their opinions of the Navy on? (2)
    Ans: Sailors appearance and action
  6. 6. How should sailors wear their uniforms?
    Ans: In pride
  7. 7. How should sailors conduct themselves?
    Ans: In a manner that will reflect credit on the sailor and the Navy
  8. 8. What type of business does a sailor conducts for the Navy?
    Ans: Public Relations
  9. 9. What perception of your superiors and shipmates determine their
    • opinion of you?
    • Ans: The way you sell yourself to the Navy

    • 10. What perception of civilians determines their opinion of you?
    • Ans: The way in which you sell the Navy to civilians

    • 11. List the two factors that must be present in order to succeed in any
    • line of work.
    • Ans: Devoted to duty
    • Be able to take orders
  10. 12. What serves as a guide for daily living? (2)
    • Ans: Rules
    • Regulations
  11. 13. What was prescribed for members of the Armed Forces because of the
    • conduct of a few Americans during the Korean Conflict?
    • Ans: Code of Conduct

    • 14. Which president prescribed the Code of Conduct for members of the
    • Armed Forces because of the conduct of a few Americans during the
    • Korean Conflict?
    • Ans: Dwight D. Eisenhower
  12. 15. What year was the Code of Conduct first prescribed in written by
    • President Dwight D. Eisenhower?
    • Ans: 1955
  13. 16. Which president issued executive order 12633, amending the Code of
    • Conduct to use gender-neutral language?
    • Ans: Ronald Reagan
  14. 17. What year was executive order 12633 issued amending the Code of
    • Conduct to use gender-neutral language?
    • Ans: 1988
  15. 18. What provides a framework of ideals and ethical standards that will
    • help personnel resist the physical, mental, and onslaughts of their
    • captor?
    • Ans: Code of Conduct
  16. 19. How many articles does the Code of Conduct consist of?
    Ans: 6
  17. 20. What Article of the Code of Conduct states that “I am an American,
    • fighting in the forces which guard my country and our way of life.”?
    • Ans: I
  18. 21. What Article of the Code of Conduct states “If I become a prisoner of
    • war, I will keep faith with my fellow prisoners”?
    • Ans: IV
  19. 22. What Article of the Code of Conduct states “ If in command I will
    • never surrender the members of my command while they still have the
    • means to resist”?
    • Ans: II
  20. 23. What Article of the Code of Conduct states “I will trust in my god
    • and in the United States of America”?
    • Ans: VI
  21. 24. What Article of the Code of Conduct states “If I am captured I will
    • continue to resist by all means available”?
    • Ans: III
  22. 25. What Article of the Code of Conduct states “I will give no
    • information or take part in any action which might be harmful to my
    • Comrades”?
    • Ans: IV
  23. 26. What Article of the Code of Conduct states “I will never forget that
    • I am an American, fighting for freedom, responsible for my actions,
    • and dedicated to the principles which made my country free”?
    • Ans: VI

    • 27. What Article of the Code of Conduct states “I will never surrender of
    • my own free will”?
    • Ans: II
  24. 28. What Article of the Code of Conduct states “If I am senior, I will
    • take command”?
    • Ans: IV
  25. 29. What Article of the Code of Conduct states “I will make every effort
    • to escape and aid others to escape”?
    • Ans: III
  26. 30. What Article of the Code of Conduct states “I will make no oral or
    • written statements disloyal to my country and its allies or harmful
    • to their cause”?
    • Ans: V
  27. 31. What Article of the Code of Conduct states “I am prepared to give my
    • life in their defense”?
    • Ans: I
  28. 32. What Article of the Code of Conduct states “I will accept neither
    • parole nor special favors from the enemy”?
    • Ans: III
  29. 33. What Article of the Code of Conduct states “If I am junior, I will
    • obey the lawful orders of those appointed over me and will back them
    • up in every way”?
    • Ans: IV
  30. 34. What Article of the Code of Conduct states “I will evade answering
    • further questions to the utmost of my ability”?
    • Ans: V
  31. 35. What provided American military personnel with a standard of conduct
    • should they be captured by an enemy?
    • Ans: Code of Conduct
  32. 36. List the four pieces of information that you are allowed to give when
    • questioned, under Article V of the Code of Conduct.
    • Ans: Name
    • Rank
    • Date of Birth
    • Service Number
  33. 37. What are personnel assigned as military police called in the USAF?
    Ans: Security Police
  34. 38. What are personnel assigned as military police called in the Army?
    Ans: Military Police (MP)
  35. 39. What are personnel assigned as military police called in the Navy?
    Ans: Shore Patrol (SP)
  36. 40. What are personnel assigned to military police called in the Marine
    • Corps?
    • Ans: Military Police (MP)
  37. 41. Who assist military personnel ashore?
    Ans: Shore Patrol (SP)
  38. 42. List the two authorities aboard ships and stations that have functions
    • similar to those of shore patrol.
    • Ans: Master-At-Arms
    • Police Petty Officers
  39. 43. Who maintains good order and discipline aboard ships?
    Ans: Master-At-Arms
  40. 44. What is a unit called that combines all military police from different
    • armed services together to form one unit?
    • Ans: Armed Forces Police Detachment (AFPD)
  41. 45. Who duties are about the same as those of the MAAs, but are on a
    • divisional basis?
    • Ans: Police Petty Officers
  42. 46. Master-At-Arms force is headed by?
    Ans: Chief Master-At-Arms (CMAA)
  43. 47. Who makes reveille and taps aboard ships?
    Ans: Police Petty Officers
  44. 48. Who does the Chief Master-At-Arms force works directly for?
    Ans: XO
  45. 49. Who holds reveille aboard ships?
    Ans: Master-At-Arms
  46. 50. What term comes from a Latin word meaning “to teach”?
    Ans: Discipline
  47. 51. Who musters restricted personnel aboard ships?
    Ans: Master-At-Arms
  48. 52. List the three elements that discipline develops.
    • Ans: Character
    • Efficiency
    • Self-Control
    • 53. What does the Navy’s discipline consist of?
    • Ans: Training its sailors to behave in certain ways under certain
    • circumstances
  49. 54. List the two techniques that the Navy uses to encourage sailors to
    • work as a unit.
    • Ans: Correction
    • System of Motivation
  50. 55. List the two methods that the Navy uses through correction to
    • encourage sailors to work as a unit.
    • Ans: Reward
    • Punishment
  51. 56. What does the Navy uses to get sailors to work as a unit with maximum
    • efficiency?
    • Ans: Discipline
  52. 57. Who ensures that compartments are cleaned?
    Ans: Police Petty Officers
  53. 58. What is the purpose of discipline in the military services?
    Ans: To bring about an efficient military organization
  54. 59. Who enforces Navy and ship regulations aboard ships?
    Ans: Master-At-Arms
  55. 60. What is a character builder, not a destroyer of individuality?
    Ans: Discipline
  56. 61. List the four signs of discipline.
    • Ans: Smart Salutes
    • Proper wearing of the uniform
    • Prompt and correct action in any emergency
    • Prompt and correct action in battle efficiency
  57. 62. List the three factors that punishment is not; based on the Navy’s
    • concept.
    • Ans: Personal
    • Vindictive
    • Inflicted as revenge for misconduct
  58. 63. What is the object lesson that punishment teaches the wrongdoer and
    • others, that the offense must not be repeated?
    • Ans: The Value of Punishment
  59. 64. What is the concept, “value to punishment” referred to?
    Ans: Deterrent Theory of Punishment
  60. 65. List the two references that describes the duties, authority, and
    • responsibilities of the Commanding Officer.
    • Ans: U.S. Navy Regulations
    • The Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy
  61. 66. What reference describes the principal parts of the DON?
    Ans: U.S. Navy Regulations
  62. 67. What is indispensable to a military organization?
    Ans: Discipline
  63. 68. What must punishment be to accomplish its purpose? (2)
    • Ans: Consistent and Just
    • Recognized as such by receipts and shipmates
  64. 69. Punishment should neither be of such a nature that it ___________ nor
    • ___________________________________.
    • Ans: Lower Self-Esteem
    • Be so severe that it’s out of proportion to the offense
  65. 70. What reference describes the duties, authority, and responsibilities
    • of some of the offices within the DON?
    • Ans: U.S. Navy Regulations
  66. 71. What facts should recipients of Navy punishment keep in mind? (2)
    • Ans: (1) Personnel are punished only as a result of their misbehavior
    • (2) They will not be punished again if they learn to conform to
    • Navy standards of conduct
  67. 72. The administration of punishment is not personal. (True/False)
    Ans: True
  68. 73. What reference was written to protect you?
    Ans: U.S. Navy Regulations
  69. 74. What manual contains the UCMJ?
    Ans: Manual for Courts-Martial
  70. 75. Who is responsible for ensuring that the U.S. Navy Regulations conform
    • to the current needs of the DON?
    • Ans: CNO
  71. 76. Who is responsible for learning and obeying all U.S. Navy Regulations?
    Ans: You
  72. 77. What reference provides guidance affecting your day-to-day routine?
    Ans: U.S. Navy Regulations
  73. 78. What instruction covers The Standard Organization and Regulations of
    • the U.S. Navy?
    • Ans: OPNAVINST 3120.32
  74. 79. What does the first two digits of the article number of the U.S. Navy
    • Regulations indicate?
    • Ans: The chapter from which the article was taken
  75. 80. What reference describes the rights and responsibilities of all Navy
    • members?
    • Ans: U.S. Navy Regulations
    • 81. Who issues the U.S. Navy Regulations and changes to it?
    • Ans: Sectary of the Navy
  76. 82. Who approves changes to the U.S. Navy Regulations?
    Ans: President of the United States
  77. 83. What reference specifies duties and responsibilities of personnel
    • within a unit organization?
    • Ans: The Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy,
    • OPNAVINST 3120.32
  78. 84. What reference describes the duties, authority, and responsibilities
    • of the Secretary of the Navy?
    • Ans: U.S. Navy Regulations
  79. 85. If the article is self-explanatory, no further explanation is given.
    • (True/False)
    • Ans: True
  80. 86. What article of the UCMJ shall be posted in a conspicuous place,
    • readily accessible to all personnel of the command?
    • Ans: 137
  81. 87. How are articles shown as stated in Navy Regulations?
    Ans: Block Quotation
  82. 88. What reference provides regulations concerning the honors/ceremonies?
    Ans: U.S. Navy Regulations
  83. 89. What have been done to articles that are lengthy and in some cases,
    • difficult to interpret?
    • Ans: Paraphrased (Rewritten)
  84. 90. What article of the UMCJ states that certain articles of the UMCJ must
    • be explained carefully to every enlisted person?
    • Ans: 137
  85. 91. When must certain articles of the UMCJ be explained carefully to every
    • enlisted person? (3)
    • Ans: At time of entrance on AD or within 6 days thereafter
    • After 6 months of AD
    • Every reenlistment
  86. 92. What reference describes the duties, authority, and responsibilities
    • of the CNO?
    • Ans: U.S. Navy Regulations
  87. 93. What reference provides regulations and guidance governing the conduct
    • of all members of the Navy?
    • Ans: The Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy,
    • OPNAVINST 3120.32
  88. 94. How many chapters (articles) does the U.S. Navy Regulations contain?
    • Ans: 12
    • 95. Under what article of the UCMJ are offenders subject to be charged for
    • that fail to obey any regulation of the U.S. Navy.
    • Ans: Article 92
  89. 96. What article of the Navy Regulations lists the publications that must
    • be made available upon request by any active-duty person?
    • Ans: 0818
  90. 97. What article of the Navy Regulations contains dealings with
    • foreigners?
    • Ans: 0917
  91. 98. What article of the Navy Regulations pertains to Officers of the naval
    • service?
    • Ans: 1001
  92. 99. What article of the Navy Regulations contains exercise of authority?
    Ans: 1020

    • 100. What article of the Navy Regulations contains relative rank and
    • precedence of officers of different services?
    • Ans: 1003
  93. 101. What article of the Navy Regulations describes the manner of
    • addressing Officers?
    • Ans: 1010
  94. 102. What article of the Navy Regulations contains authority over
    • subordinates?
    • Ans: 1021
  95. 103. What article of the Navy Regulations contains authority of an
    • Officer in Command (OIC)?
    • Ans: 1025
  96. 104. What article of the Navy Regulations contains orders to active
    • service?
    • Ans: 1052
  97. 105. What article of the Navy Regulations discusses the precedence of
    • Officers?
    • Ans: 1002
  98. 106. What article of the Navy Regulations contains contradictory and
    • conflicting orders?
    • Ans: 1024
  99. 107. What article of the Navy Regulations contains authority and
    • responsibility of a senior officer under certain circumstances?
    • Ans: 1034
  100. 108. What article of the Navy Regulations contains delegation of
    • authority?
    • Ans: 1022
    • 109. What article of the Navy Regulations contains authority in a boat?
    • Ans: 1033
  101. 110. What article of the Navy Regulations contains detail of enlisted
    • persons for certain duties?
    • Ans: 1064
  102. 111. What article of the Navy Regulations contains abuse of authority?
    Ans: 1023
  103. 112. What article of the Navy Regulations contains authority of a sentry?
    Ans: 1038
  104. 113. What article of the Navy Regulations contains places of confinement?
    Ans: 1105
  105. 114. What article of the Navy Regulations contains authority of Warrant
    • Officers, Noncommissioned Officers and Petty Officers?
    • Ans: 1037
  106. 115. What article of the Navy Regulations states that petty officers will
    • not be detailed to perform mess duties?
    • Ans: 1064
  107. 116. What article of the Navy Regulations contains demand for Court
    • Martial?
    • Ans: 1101
  108. 117. What article of the Navy Regulations contains pecuniary dealings with
    • enlisted persons?
    • Ans: 1111
  109. 118. What article of the Navy Regulations contains limitations on certain
    • punishments?
    • Ans: 1102
  110. 119. What article of the Navy Regulations contains treatment and release
    • of prisoners?
    • Ans: 1104

    • 120. What article of the Navy Regulations contains Standards of Conduct?
    • Ans: 1110
  111. 121. What article of the Navy Regulations contains correction of naval
    • records?
    • Ans: 1126
  112. 122. What article of the Navy Regulations contains disclosure, publication
    • and security of official information?
    • Ans: 1121
  113. 123. What article of the Navy Regulations contains inspection of the
    • record of a person in the naval service?
    • Ans: 1125
    • 124. What article of the Navy Regulations contains lending money?
    • Ans: 1112
  114. 125. What article of the Navy Regulations contains report of fraud?
    Ans: 1115
  115. 126. What article of the Navy Regulations contains records of fitness?
    Ans: 1129
  116. 127. What article of the Navy Regulations contains capture by an enemy?
    Ans: 1140
  117. 128. What article of the Navy Regulations contains compliance with lawful
    • orders?
    • Ans: 1132
  118. 129. What article of the Navy Regulations contains engaging in trade or
    • business?
    • Ans: 1112
  119. 130. What article of the Navy Regulations contains adverse matter in
    • Officer Fitness Reports and Enlisted Performance Evaluation Reports?
    • Ans: 1122
  120. 131. What article of the Navy Regulations contains control of official
    • records?
    • Ans: 1127
  121. 132. What article of the Navy Regulations contains language reflecting on
    • a superior?
    • Ans: 1133
  122. 133. What article of the Navy Regulations contains relations with foreign
    • nations?
    • Ans: 1135
  123. 134. What article of the Navy Regulations contains obligation to report
    • offenses?
    • Ans: 1137
  124. 135. What article of the Navy Regulations contains service examinations?
    Ans: 1145
  125. 136. What article of the Navy Regulations contains exchange of duty?
    Ans: 1134
  126. 137. What article of the Navy Regulations contains alcoholic beverage?
    Ans: 1162
  127. 138. What article of the Navy Regulations contains immunization?
    Ans: 1144
  128. 139. What article of the Navy Regulations contains leave and liberty?
    • Ans: 1157
    • 140. What article of the Navy Regulations contains responsibilities
    • concerning marijuana and narcotics?
    • Ans: 1138
  129. 141. What article of the Navy Regulations contains equal opportunity and
    • treatment?
    • Ans: 1164
  130. 142. What article of the Navy Regulations contains unavoidable separation
    • from a command?
    • Ans: 1142
  131. 143. What article of the Navy Regulations contains report of a
    • communicable disease?
    • Ans: 1143
  132. 144. What article of the Navy Regulations contains dealings with members
    • of congress?
    • Ans: 1155
  133. 145. What article of the Navy Regulations contains direct communication
    • with the Commanding Officer?
    • Ans: 1151
  134. 146. What article of the Navy Regulations states that fraternization is
    • prohibited?
    • Ans: 1165
  135. 147. What article of the Navy Regulations contains redress of wrong
    • committed by a superior?
    • Ans: 1150
  136. 148. What article of the Navy Regulations contains suggestions for
    • improvement?
    • Ans: 1152
  137. 149. What article of the Navy Regulations contains foreign religious
    • institutions?
    • Ans: 1136
  138. 150. What article of the Navy Regulations contains possession of weapons?
    Ans: 1159
  139. 151. What article of the Navy Regulations contains supremacist
    • activities?
    • Ans: 1167
  140. 152. What article of the Navy Regulations contains communication to the
    • congress?
    • Ans: 1154
  141. 153. What article of the Navy Regulations contains possession of
    • government property?
    • Ans: 1160
    • 154. What article of the Navy Regulations contains sexual harassment?
    • Ans: 1166
  142. 155. What article of the Navy Regulations contains forwarding individual
    • requests?
    • Ans: 1156
  143. 156. What article of the Navy Regulations contains endorsement of
    • commercial product or process?
    • Ans: 1113
  144. 157. Who must you receive permission from to be ordered to active service?
    Ans: Chief of Naval Personnel
  145. 158. What type of duty shall not be inflicted as punishment?
    Ans: Guard Duty
  146. 159. Who designates brigs or other facilities as naval places of
    • confinement?
    • Ans: Secretary of the Navy
  147. 160. You may not be ordered to active service without the permission of?
    Ans: Chief of Naval Personnel
  148. 161. How often shall persons in confinement be checked on for care and
    • condition?
    • Ans: Once every 4 hours
  149. 162. What term is defined as an agreement between two or more persons to
    • commit a crime?
    • Ans: Conspiracy
  150. 163. Who maintains the records of personnel in the naval service?
    Ans: Chief of Naval Personnel
  151. 164. What should be stated when a request from persons in the naval
    • service is not approved or recommended?
    • Ans: The Reason
  152. 165. What article of the SORN contains Armed Forces Identification Cards?
    Ans: 510.5
  153. 166. What article of the SORN contains customs?
    Ans: 510.14
  154. 167. What article of the SORN contains emergency equipment?
    Ans: 510.18
  155. 168. What article of the SORN contains divine services?
    Ans: 510.16
  156. 169. What article of the SORN contains government property?
    Ans: 510.21
  157. 170. What article of the SORN contains intoxicated persons?
    Ans: 510.27
  158. 171. What article of the SORN contains motor vehicles?
    Ans: 510.34
  159. 172. What article of the SORN contains leave paper?
    Ans: 510.5
  160. 173. What article of the SORN contains working stocks of narcotics?
    Ans: 510.35
  161. 174. What article of the SORN contains photographic equipment?
    Ans: 510.44
  162. 175. Who may correct any military record in the Department of the Navy?
    Ans: The Secretary of the Navy
  163. 176. How many validated Armed Forces Identification Cards shall any person
    • have in their possession?
    • Ans: No more than one
  164. 177. What are naval units subject to upon arrival in United States
    • territory after visiting a foreign port?
    • Ans: Customs
  165. 178. Until what date was various branches of our Armed Forces operated
    • under different military codes.
    • Ans: 1951
  166. 179. What article of the Army guided the administration of discipline and
    • legal processes of the Army and Air Force?
    • Ans: Article of War
  167. 180. What article of the Navy guided the administration of discipline and
    • legal processes of the Navy?
    • Ans: Article for the Government of the Navy
  168. 181. What title of the Article for the Government of the Navy is also
    • known as?
    • Ans: Rocks and Shoals
  169. 182. What article of the Coast Guard guided the administration of
    • discipline and legal processes of the Coast Guard?
    • Ans: Disciplinary Laws of the Coast Guard
  170. 183. What was recognized as a logical and necessary unification measure?
    Ans: Standard Code of Military Justice
  171. 184. What was drafted from the Standard Code of Military Justice?
    Ans: Uniform Code of Military Justice
  172. 185. What organization was the UCMJ passed by?
    • Ans: Congress
    • 186. When was the UCMJ passed by congress?
    • Ans: May 5, 1950
  173. 187. When was the original UCMJ signed into a law by the president and
    • became effective?
    • Ans: May 31, 1951
  174. 188. What manual became the new standard of military justice?
    Ans: Manual for Courts-Martial
  175. 189. When was the Manual for Courts-Martial signed into a law by the
    • president and became effective?
    • Ans: May 31, 1951
  176. 190. What is the current edition of the Manual for Courts-Martial?
    Ans: 1995 Edition
  177. 191. What reference supplements article 137 of the UCMJ?
    Ans: U.S. Navy Regulations
  178. 192. What manual consolidated and standardized military legal procedures?
    Ans: Manual for Courts-Martial
  179. 193. How many articles does the UCMJ consist of?
    Ans: 140
  180. 194. What article of the UCMJ contains persons subject to this code?
    Ans: 2
  181. 195. What articles of the UCMJ contains apprehension and restraint?
    Ans: 7-14
  182. 196. What article of the UCMJ contains principals?
    Ans: 77
  183. 197. What article of the UCMJ contains conviction of lesser-included
    • offense?
    • Ans: 79
  184. 198. What article of the UCMJ contains detail of trail counsel?
    Ans: 27
  185. 199. What article of the UCMJ contains conspiracy?
    Ans: 81
  186. 200. What article of the UCMJ contains Commanding Officer's Nonjudicial
    • Punishment (NJP)?
    • Ans: 15
  187. 201. What article of the UCMJ states who may serve on Courts-Martial?
    Ans: 25
  188. 202. What article of the UCMJ contains attempts?
    • Ans: 80
    • 203. What article of the UCMJ contains detail of defense counsel?
    • Ans: 27
  189. 204. What article of the UCMJ contains fraudulent enlistment, appointment,
    • or separation?
    • Ans: 83

    • 205. What article of the UCMJ contains compulsory self-incrimination
    • prohibited?
    • Ans: 31
  190. 206. What article of the UCMJ contains accessory after the fact?
    Ans: 78
  191. 207. What article of the UCMJ contains resistance?
    Ans: 95
  192. 208. What article of the UCMJ contains jurisdiction to try certain
    • personnel even though they have been separated from the service?
    • Ans: 3
  193. 209. What article of the UCMJ contains unlawfully influencing action of
    • court?
    • Ans: 37
  194. 210. What article of the UCMJ contains unlawful enlistment, appointment,
    • or separation?
    • Ans: 84
  195. 211. What article of the UCMJ contains cruel punishments
    • prohibited?
    • Ans: 55
  196. 212. What articles of the UCMJ contain punitive punishment?
    Ans: 77-134
  197. 213. What article of the UCMJ contains solicitation?
    Ans: 82
  198. 214. What article of the UCMJ contains desertion?
    Ans: 85
  199. 215. What article of the UCMJ contains breach of arrest?
    Ans: 95
  200. 216. What article of the UCMJ contains absence with out Leave (AWOL)?
    Ans: 86
  201. 217. What article of the UCMJ contains unlawful detention?
    Ans: 97
  202. 218. What article of the UCMJ contains missing movement?
    Ans: 87
  203. 219. What article of the UCMJ contains unusual punishments
    • prohibited?
    • Ans: 55
  204. 220. What article of the UCMJ contains noncompliance with procedural
    • rules?
    • Ans: 98
  205. 221. What article of the UCMJ contains contempt toward officials?
    Ans: 88
  206. 222. What article of the UCMJ contains releasing prisoner without proper
    • authority?
    • Ans: 96
  207. 223. What article of the UCMJ contains escape?
    Ans: 95
  208. 224. What article of the UCMJ contains sedition?
    Ans: 94
  209. 225. What article of the UCMJ contains cruelty?
    Ans: 93
  210. 226. What article of the UCMJ contains assaulting superior commissioned
    • Officer?
    • Ans: 90
  211. 227. What article of the UCMJ contains failure to obey order or
    • regulations?
    • Ans: 92
  212. 228. What article of the UCMJ contains insubordinate conduct towards
    • Officers and Petty Officers?
    • Ans: 91
  213. 229. What article of the UCMJ contains misbehavior before the enemy?
    Ans: 99
  214. 230. What article of the UCMJ contains maltreatment?
    Ans: 93
  215. 231. What article of the UCMJ contains disrespect toward superior
    • commissioned Officer?
    • Ans: 89
  216. 232. What article of the UCMJ contains mutiny?
    Ans: 94
  217. 233. What article of the UCMJ contains captured property?
    Ans: 103
  218. 234. What article of the UCMJ contains spies?
    • Ans: 106
    • 235. What article of the UCMJ contains disobeying superior commissioned
    • Officer?
    • Ans: 90
  219. 236. What article of the UCMJ contains subordinate compelling surrender?
    Ans: 100
  220. 237. What article of the UCMJ contains aiding the enemy?
    Ans: 104
  221. 238. What article of the UCMJ contains Military Property of the U.S. loss,
    • damage, or wrongful disposition?
    • Ans: 108
  222. 239. What article of the UCMJ contains improper use of countersign?
    Ans: 101
  223. 240. What article of the UCMJ contains Military Property of the U.S.
    • waste, spoilage, or destruction?
    • Ans: 109
  224. 241. What article of the UCMJ contains abandoned property?
    Ans: 103
  225. 242. What article of the UCMJ contains espionage?
    Ans: 106a
  226. 243. What article of the UCMJ contains false statements?
    Ans: 107
  227. 244. What article of the UCMJ contains forcing a safeguard?
    Ans: 102
  228. 245. What article of the UCMJ contains reckless driving?
    Ans: 111
  229. 246. What article of the UCMJ contains misconduct as prisoner?
    Ans: 105
  230. 247. What article of the UCMJ contains improper hazarding of vessel?
    Ans: 110
  231. 248. What article of the UCMJ contains riot?
    Ans: 116
  232. 249. What article of the UCMJ contains provoking speeches or gestures?
    Ans: 117
  233. 250. What article of the UCMJ contains dueling?
    Ans: 114
  234. 251. What article of the UCMJ contains wrongful use, possession, etc, or
    • controlled substances?
    • Ans: 112a
    • 252. What article of the UCMJ contains drunken driving?
    • Ans: 111
  235. 253. What article of the UCMJ contains misbehavior of sentinel?
    Ans: 113
  236. 254. What article of the UCMJ contains malingering?
    Ans: 115
  237. 255. What article of the UCMJ contains murder?
    Ans: 118
  238. 256. What article of the UCMJ contains drunk on duty?
    Ans: 112
  239. 257. What article of the UCMJ contains breach of peace?
    Ans: 116
  240. 258. What article of the UCMJ contains manslaughter?
    Ans: 119
  241. 259. What article of the UCMJ contains robbery?
    Ans: 122
  242. 260. What article of the UCMJ contains perjury (lying under oath)?
    Ans: 131
  243. 261. What article of the UCMJ contains rape and carnal knowledge?
    Ans: 120
  244. 262. What article of the UCMJ contains forgery?
    Ans: 123
  245. 263. What article of the UCMJ contains burglary?
    Ans: 129
  246. 264. What article of the UCMJ contains housebreaking?
    Ans: 130
  247. 265. What article of the UCMJ contains larceny and wrongful appropriation?
    Ans: 121
  248. 266. What article of the UCMJ contains maiming?
    Ans: 124
  249. 267. What article of the UCMJ contains frauds against the United States?
    Ans: 132
  250. 268. What article of the UCMJ contains general article?
    Ans: 134
  251. 269. What article of the UCMJ contains conduct unbecoming an Officer and a
    • gentleman?
    • Ans: 133
    • 270. What article of the UCMJ contains article to be explained?
    • Ans: 137
  252. 271. What article of the UCMJ contains extortion?
    Ans: 127
  253. 272. What article of the UCMJ contains bouncing checks?
    Ans: 123a
  254. 273. What article of the UCMJ contains redress of injuries to property?
    Ans: 139
  255. 274. What article of the UCMJ contains sodomy?
    Ans: 125
  256. 275. What article of the UCMJ contains arson?
    Ans: 126
  257. 276. What article of the UCMJ contains assault?
    Ans: 128
  258. 277. What article of the UCMJ contains complaints of wrongs?
    Ans: 138
  259. 278. When does the status of an absentee change to that of a deserter?
    Ans: After 30 days of absent
  260. 279. Expenses incurred in the return of the deserter to military control
    • are chargeable to whom?
    • Ans: Returned Absentee
  261. 280. What term is a word designated by the headquarters of a command to
    • aid guards in their scrutiny of persons who apply to pass the lines?
    • Ans: Countersign (Password)
  262. 281. What term is a word used as a check on the countersign?
    Ans: Parole
  263. 282. What term is defined as a detachment, guard, or detail posted by a
    • commander?
    • Ans: Safeguard
  264. 283. What term is an offense defined as any act to avoid duty by feigning
    • (pretending) to be ill or physically disabled?
    • Ans: Malingering
  265. 284. What term means to give false testimony under oath?
    Ans: Perjury
  266. 285. What is the CO’s nonjudicial punishment (NJP) often referred to?
    Ans: Captain’s Mast
  267. 286. How many different types of punishment may be given at captain mast?
    • Ans: 7
    • 287. List the seven different types of punishment may be awarded at
    • captain’s mast.
    • Ans: (1) Extra Duty
    • (2) Restriction
    • (3) Forfeiture of Pay
    • (4) Reduction in Grade
    • (5) Confinement on B&W
    • (6) Correctional Custody
    • (7) Admonition or Reprimand
  268. 288. What term is defined as an unlawful disturbance by violent or
    • turbulent means that disturbs the peace of the community?
    • Ans: Breach of the peace
  269. 289. What does the punishment permitted at captain’s mast depend upon?
    Ans: The rank of the officer holding mast
  270. 290. What may the CO order at mast when an offense deserves a punishment
    • more severe than he/she is authorized to award?
    • Ans: Court-Martial
  271. 291. What type of punishment is the requirement to remain within certain
    • specified limits?
    • Ans: Restriction
  272. 292. What type of punishment is the physical restraint of a person during
    • duty or nonduty hours?
    • Ans: Correctional Custody
  273. 293. What type of duty is assigned to be performed after working hours?
    Ans: Extra Duty
  274. 294. How many hours should extra duty not exceed daily?
    Ans: 2
  275. 295. What paygrade is not assigned extra duty because it would demean
    • their grade or position?
    • Ans: Petty Officers
  276. 296. What days is extra duty not performed on? (2)
    • Ans: Sundays
    • Holidays
  277. 297. What type of punishment is a permanent loss of a specified amount or
    • temporary withholding of a certain amount of pay?
    • Ans: Forfeiture of Pay
  278. 298. How many days must an appeal be made by a person that considers their
    • punishment under article 15 to be unjust?
    • Ans: 5
  279. 299. What type of mast may be held by the CO to give awards or
    • commendations to those persons who have earned them?
    • Ans: Meritorious Mast
    • 300. How many consecutive days can the Commanding Officer with the rank of
    • LCDR and above reward confinement on B&W or diminished rations?
    • Ans: 3
  280. 301. How many consecutive days can the Commanding Officer with the rank of
    • LCDR and below reward correctional custody?
    • Ans: 7
  281. 302. How long can the Commanding Officer with the rank of LCDR and above
    • reward forfeiture of pay?
    • Ans: 1/2 of 1 month pay per month for 2 months
  282. 303. How many consecutive days can the Commanding Officer with the rank of
    • LCDR and above reward restriction?
    • Ans: 60
  283. 304. How many days can the Commanding Officer with the rank of LCDR and
    • below reward forfeiture of pay?
    • Ans: 7
  284. 305. How many consecutive days can the Commanding Officer with the rank of
    • LCDR and above reward extra duty?
    • Ans: 45
  285. 306. How many consecutive days can the Commanding Officer with the rank of
    • LCDR and below reward confinement on B&W or diminished rations?
    • Ans: 3
  286. 307. How many consecutive days can the Commanding Officer with the rank of
    • LCDR and below reward extra duty?
    • Ans: 14
  287. 308. How many consecutive days can the Commanding Officer with the rank of
    • LCDR and above reward correctional custody?
    • Ans: 30
  288. 309. How many consecutive days can the Commanding Officer with the rank of
    • LCDR and below reward restriction?
    • Ans: 14
  289. 310. What paygrade should only be imposed of confinement on Bread/Water or
    • diminished rations aboard ship?
    • Ans: E-3 and below
  290. 311. What article of the Navy Regulations grants the right for any person
    • to communicate with the CO?
    • Ans: 1151
  291. 312. What type of mast may crew members request to speak with the CO?
    Ans: Request Mast
  292. 313. What article of the UCMJ pertains to various types of courts-martial?
    Ans: 16
  293. 314. How many types of courts-martial are there?
    Ans: 3
  294. 315. List the three types of courts-martial. (minor to major)
    • Ans: Summary
    • Special
    • General
  295. 316. What type of courts-martial consists of a military judge and not less
    • than 5 members; or only a military judge?
    • Ans: General
  296. 317. Who decides the type of court-martial to be awarded based on the
    • nature, time, and place of the offense?
    • Ans: CO
  297. 318. What type of courts-martial can consist of not less than 3 members;
    • or a military judge and not less than 3 members; or only a military
    • judge?
    • Ans: Special
  298. 319. How many months can a Special Courts-Martial award confinement?
    Ans: 6 month
  299. 320. What type of courts-martial consists of one commissioned officer?
    Ans: Summary
  300. 321. How long can Summary Courts-Martial award confinement?
    Ans: 1 month
  301. 322. What type of courts-martial can award death when specifically
    • authorized for the offense?
    • Ans: General
  302. 323. What type of courts-martial may award the same punishment as a
    • summary court or more?
    • Ans: Special
  303. 324. How many months can a Special Courts-Martial award hard labor without
    • confinement?
    • Ans: 3
  304. 325. What type of courts-martial can award any sentence that may be given
    • at mast?
    • Ans: Summary
  305. 326. How many days can a Summary Courts-Martial award hard labor without
    • confinement?
    • Ans: 45
  306. 327. What type of courts-martial can award any punishment not forbidden by
    • the UCMJ?
    • Ans: General
  307. 328. What type of courts-martial can award a bad-conduct discharge?
    Ans: Special
  308. 329. What term is defined as a disturbance caused by a group of people
    • that engage against anyone who may oppose them?
    • Ans: Riot
  309. 330. A riot is when a disturbance is caused by what minimum number of
    • people?
    • Ans: 3 or more
  310. 331. What term is defined as an unlawful disturbance by violent or
    • turbulent means that disturbs the peace of the community?
    • Ans: breach of the peace
  311. 332. What is a person guilty of if they temporarily intent to deprive or
    • defraud another person of the use and benefit of property other than
    • the owner?
    • Ans: Wrongful Appropriation
  312. 333. What is a person guilty of if they permanently intent to deprive or
    • defraud another person of the use and benefit of property other than
    • the owner?
    • Ans: Larceny
  313. 334. Although you may delegate authority, that does not relieve you of
    • being responsible. (True/False)
    • Ans: True
  314. 335. If given two consecutive orders by two different superiors, what
    • order shall you obey?
    • Ans: Second or Last Order
  315. 336. Naval personnel who fail to comply with regulations may be awarded
    • punishment based on the _________________________.
    • Ans: Uniform Code of Military Justice
  316. 337. What chapter in the Navy Regs deals with you responsibilities and
    • authority while carrying out orders?
    • Ans: 10
  317. 338. What chapter in the Navy Regs deals with you rights and
    • responsibilities?
    • Ans: 11
  318. 339. What was the purpose for developing and signing into law the Uniform
    • Code of Military Justice?
    • Ans: To standardize legal procedures and discipline throughout all
    • branches of service
  319. 340. List the two characteristics that sometimes make the difference
    • between saving or losing a unit.
    • Ans: Conduct
    • Discipline

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