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1

In what year did President Dwight D. Eisenhower prescribe a Code of Conduct for members of the armed forces? (Page 2-2)

1955

2

How many articles does the Code of Conduct contain? (Page 2-2)

Six

3

Which Code of Conduct article states that “When questioned, should I become a prisoner of war, I am required to give my Name, rank, service number and date of birth”? (Page 2-2)

V

4

What are Naval personnel called when they are assigned military police duties? (Page 2-3)

Shore Patrol (SP)

5

Who is in charge of the master-at-arms force headed by the CMAA? (Page 2-4)

Executive Officer

6

What type of training is designed to develop self-control, character, and efficiency? (Page 2-4)

Discipline

7

Which punishment theory teaches the wrongdoer and others that offenses must not be repeated? (Page 2-5)

Deterrent

8

The UCMJ, Navy Regulations, along with what else are the three official sources that set forth the basic disciplinary laws for the Navy? (Page 2-6)

SORN

9

What describes Navy members rights and responsibilities? (Page 2-6)

U.S. Navy Regulations

10

Who ensures U.S. Navy Regulations conform to the current needs of the Department of the Navy? (Page 2-6)

Chief of Naval Operations

11

Who issues U.S. Navy Regulation changes after they are approved by the President? (Page 2-6)

Secretary of the Navy

12

Which UCMJ article subjects offenders to charges for failing to obey Navy regulations? (Page 2-7)

Article 92

13

Which Navy Regulations article discusses officer precedence? (Page 2-7)

Article 1002

14

Which Navy Regulations article describes the proper manner of addressing officers orally and in writing? (Page 2-8)

Article 1010

15

Which Navy Regulations article gives officers the authority necessary to perform their duties? (Page 2-8)

Article 1021

16

Tyrannical/Capricious conduct along with what other method are persons in authority forbidden from using to injure their subordinates? (Page 2-8)

Abusive language

17

Which Navy Regulations article provides the senior line officer eligible for command at sea the authority over all persons embarked in a boat? (Page 2-8)

Article 1033

18

Which Navy Regulations article grants sentry authority? (Page 2- 8)

Article 1038

19

Personnel may not be ordered to active service without permission of whom? (Page 2-8)

Chief of Naval Personnel

20

What is the minimum interval that personnel in confinement have to be visited to have their condition checked on and needs cared for? (Page 2-9)

4

21

What is the maximum interest rate that naval personnel can impose on loans to other armed service members? (Page 2-9)

18

22

Which Navy Regulations article governs duty exchanges? (Page 2-10)

Article 1134

23

Which Navy Regulations article governs Leave and Liberty? (Page 2-12)

Article 1157

24

Which instruction provides regulations and guidance governing the conduct of all Navy members? (Page 2-12)

OPNAVINST 3120.32

25

Until what year did the various branches of the armed forces operate under different military codes? (Page 2-15)

1951

26

What year did the UCMJ become effective? (Page 2-15)

1951

27

Which UCMJ article states that certain UCMJ articles must be carefully explained at certain intervals to every enlisted person? (Page 2-15)

Article 137

28

What is the restraint of a person by an order not imposed as a punishment for an offense which directs them to remain within certain specified limits? (Page 2-17)

Arrest

29

What is the physical restraint of a person called? (Page 2-17)

Confinement

30

Which UCMJ Article explains commanding officers’ non- judicial punishment? (Page 2-18)

Article 15

31

In a special court-martial, the accused must be afforded the opportunity to be represented by counsel qualified under what article of the UCMJ unless such counsel cannot be obtained because of the geographical location or pressing military requirements? (Page 2-19)

Article 27

32

Which UCMJ Article explains servicemembers rights to not provide evidence against themselves (self-incrimination)? (Page 2- 19)

Article 31

33

Which UCMJ Article was designed to ensure that every court, its members, and its officers are completely free to fulfill their functions without fear of reprisal? (Page 2-19)

Article 37

34

Which UCMJ Article prohibits any cruel or unusual punishment? (Page 2-20)

Article 55

35

What are the UCMJ punitive articles? (Page 2-20)

77-134

36

What is defined as an agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime? (Page 2-21)

Conspiracy

37

What are members of the armed forces who, without permission, leave their place of duty or organization with the intent to remain away permanently guilty of? (Page 2-22)

Desertion

38

How many days of absence, or sooner if the intent to desert is apparent, does the status of an absentee change to that of a deserter? (Page 2-22)

30

39

Which UCMJ article covers missing ships movement? (Page 2- 23)

Article 87

40

What word designated by the principal headquarters of a command aids guards and sentinels in their scrutiny of persons who apply to pass the lines? (Page 2-26)

Countersign

41

What word is used as a countersign check which is imparted only to those who are entitled to inspect guards and to commanders of guards? (Page 2-26)

Parole

42

What is a detachment, guard, or detail posted by a commander which protects persons, places, or property of the enemy or of a neutral affected by the relationship of the opposing forces in their prosecution of war or during a state of conflict? (Page 2-26)

Safeguard

43

What term means inattention to duty or failure to take action that, under the circumstances, should have been taken to prevent the loss, destruction, or damage of any military property? (Page 2-28)

Neglect

44

Which UCMJ article covers personnel drunk on duty? (Page 2- 28)

Article 112

45

What is the maximum punishment that may be imposed on a sentinel on post who is found asleep or drunk in time of war? (Page 2-29)

Death

46

What type of offense is defined as any act to avoid duty by feigning (pretending) to be ill or physically/mentally disabled? (Page 2-29)

Malingering

47

How many or more persons must be engaged against anyone who may oppose them to be classified as a riot? (Page 2-30)

Three

48

What is the unlawful killing of another called? (Page 2-30)

Manslaughter

49

What is the unlawful killing of another committed without intent to kill or inflict great bodily harm? (Page 2-30)

Involuntary manslaughter

50

What is any person guilty of who engages in unnatural carnal copulation with another person of the same or opposite sex or with an animal? (Page 2-32)

Sodomy

51

Which UCMJ article allows for punishable acts or omissions not specifically mentioned in other articles? (Page 2-34)

Article 134

52

What is Commanding officer’s NJP often referred to as? (Page 2- 36)

Captain’s mast

53

What requires personnel to remain within certain specified limits (ship, station, etc.)? (Page 2-36)

Restriction

54

What is the physical restraint (confinement) of a person during duty or non-duty hours, or both called? (Page 2-36)

Correctional custody

55

Confinement on bread and water or diminished rations may be imposed only on enlisted persons in what pay-grade and below aboard ship? (Page 2-36)

E-3

56

What is the maximum amount of time per day that extra duty can be assigned? (Page 2-36)

2 hours

57

How many days do personnel who consider their article 15 punishment to be unjust or disproportionate to the offense have to appeal the decision to the next superior in the chain of command? (Page 2-37)

5

58

Which UCMJ article prohibits compulsory self-incrimination? (Page 2-37)

Article 31

59

Which Navy Regulations article grants the right for any person to communicate with the commanding officer? (Page 2-37)

Article 1107

60

Summary, Special, along with what else are court martial types based on article 16 of the UCMJ? (Page 2-37)

General

61

What is the minimum amount of members that special court- martials can be made up of? (Page 2-37)

Three

62

A general court-martial consists of a military judge and not less than how many members? (Page 2-37)

Five