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Commanding officers are reporting seniors by virtue of their _______?

​Command authority

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What is a SNDL?

​Standard Navy Distribution List

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Who is the reporting senior when assigned to a non-U.S. govt activity?

​U.S. administrative commander (provide letter-type reports)

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What is delegation of reporting senior authority?

​An actual transfer of authority not "by direction"

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ISICs are reporting seniors for who?

​Assigned commanding officers

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CPOs may act as reporting senior for what pay grade?

​E-4 and below

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The "rater" should be what pay grade?

CPO

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Who is typically the "senior rater"?

DIVO or DEPT HEAD

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When may the senior rater be omitted?

​When the reporting senior is the rater's immediate supervisor

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What are the 3 types of performance reports?

​Regular, concurrent, operational commander

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When are concurrent reports provided?

​for significant performance during additional duty (ADDU) and temporary additional duty (TEMADD) status

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What does PIM stand for?

​Performance information memorandum

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When may a PIM be used?

​Duty for a period of 3 months or less in a place of regular report. ​TEMADD of any length as alternative to concurrent report. ​Performance not under written orders that should be brought to the ​reporting senior's attention

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What is the purpose of administrative blocks?

​The administrative blocks identify the report, define the ​context in which it was received and make it more informative to ​detailers and selections boards

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What are the 5 performance marks?

​EP=4.0, MP=3.8, P=3.6, Progressing=3.4, Significant ​Problems=2.0

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Adverse or downgraded reports may not be submitted as what?

Punishment

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When can members submit statements to the record regarding their reports?

​At time of report and up to 2 years thereafter

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When should a standard letter format be utilized?

​Official correspondence with DOD addressees and ​those outside ​DOD if they have adopted this format ​(such as Coast Guard ​and contractors)

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What are endorsements used for?

​Primarily transmitting correspondence through COC, may also be ​used to redirect a letter

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What does a Via: addressee have the power to do?

​Add or alter remaining VIA addressees

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When are memorandums used?

​Informal correspondence within activity or between DON ​activities.

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What is a NAVPERS 1070/602?

​Dependency application/record of emergency data

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PG2 (Part I) captures what data?

Military spouse

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PG2 (Part II) is used in what circumstance?

Emergency or death

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What is a NAVPERS 1070/604?

Enlisted qualifications history

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What is a NAVPERS 1070/605?

History of assignments

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What is a NAVPERS 1070/613?

Administrative remarks

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What is the purpose of the UCMJ?

​Promote good order and discipline and provide basis for ​the administration of justice

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When is the National Guard subject to UCMJ?

When federalized

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When are volunteers subject to the UCMJ?

​From time of their muster or acceptance into the Armed ​Forces

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When are retired members subject to the UCMJ?

​Retired from regular component and are entitled to pay ​or reserve ​component and hospitalized from an Armed ​Force

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A summary court-martial is composed of what rank?

​Active duty Captain or higher

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What is the lowest level of authority to convene a summary court-martial?

​Battalion commander or other equivalent

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A summary court-martial may adjudge any punishment not forbidden by UCMJ except?

​>1 month confinement w/hard labor, without confinement ​>45 days restriction >2 months or forfeiture of pay >1 month

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A summary court-martial may be refused except when?

Aboard ship

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Conviction at special or general courts-martial results in what?

Felony conviction

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A summary court-martial may not try who?

​Commissioned officer, warrant officer, cadet or midshipman for ​capital offenses

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A special court-martial is comprised of who?

​Military judge alone or military judge and no less than ​three active-​duty armed service members

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What is the lowest level of authority to convene a special court-martial?

​Normally a squadron or battalion commander

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A special court-martial may adjudge any punishment not forbidden by UCMJ including?

​Confinement for 6 months, hard labor without confinement for 3 months, or forfeiture of more the 2/3 pay for 6 months, bad conduct discharge, reduction in rank

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A general court-martial is comprised of who?

​Military judge alone or military judge and no less than ​five impartial ​active-duty armed service members

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What is the lowest level of authority to convene a general court-martial?

​Usually the commanding general of a division, wing, base or ​equivalent

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A general court-martial may adjudge what punishment?

​Any not forbidden by the UCMJ

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What is minor offense?

​If tried by a general court-martial, does not include as a ​maximum ​sentence a dishonorable discharge or confinement of >1 year

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What is the process to appeal NJP?

​Submit written statement within 5 days through COC

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What is the Marine Corps position on sexual harassment?

​Considers it unacceptable and unprofessional

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Sexual assault is considered a ____________?

Criminal act

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Equal opportunity ensures that Marines are promoted based on what?

​Merit not quotas

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What is the Marine Corps order regarding hazing?

​MCO 1700.28

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Disciplinary action for hazing is based under what article of the UCMJ?

92

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State two examples of fraternization:

​Calling seniors by 1st name, officers dating enlisted personnel

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What does EDVR stand for?

​Enlisted Distribution Verification

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What is an EDVR?

​Monthly statement of an activity's enlisted personnel account.

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An EDVR provides what 3 things?

​Present/future manning, reference to communicate manning, a ​statement of account for verification by the ​personnel and pay ​services unit identification code ​(PPSUIC) activity

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What does EDVR sections 1-3 contain?

​Info requiring special attention or action by the activity, ​future personnel events, alpha roster

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What does EDVR section 4 contain?

​Total personnel account of the activity

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What does EDVR section 5 contain?

​Personnel Status Summary

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What does EDVR section 6 contain?

​Distribution Navy Enlisted Classification Code (DNEC) ​Management

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What does EDVR section 7 contain?

​Contains NEC billet and personnel inventory

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What does EDVR section 8 contain?

​List of individuals qualified NEC codes

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What does EDVR section 9 contain?

​Diary message summary

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What does EDVR section 10 contain?

​Duty preference listing

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What does EDVR section 11 contain?

​Security data, citizenship code, involuntary extension months, PEBD, ​TIR, advancement effective date, and FORMAN status and action date

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What does EDVR section 12 contain?

​Officer and enlisted TAD status