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When does a process become an applicant for enlistment or appointment in any of the Armed
Forces?

Completing a DD Form 1966, NAVCRUIT 1100/11, or comparable form

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Similar relationships which are unduly familiar_____ may also be prejudicial to good order and discipline or of a nature to bring discredit on the naval service and are prohibited.

Between officers or between enlisted members of different rank or grade

2

Compatible with sea/shore rotation policy and the needs of the service, service members married to each other will not be assigned?

In the same chain of command

3

Prejudice to good order and discipline and discredit to the naval service may occur when what happens?

senior's objectivity is called into question

4

Personal relationships between _ and_ who are assigned to the same command, which are unduly familiar and that do not respect differences in grade or rank, are prohibited.

Chief Petty Officers (E-7to E-9) and junior
personnel (E-1 to E-6)

5

Over how many years of seagoing experience that seniors must maintain thoroughly professional relationships with juniors at all times?

220

6

The responsibility for preventing inappropriate relationships must rest primarily on the ?

Senior member

7

This instruction and the prohibition of fraternization found in Article 1165 of the US Navy Regulations are_____ effective without further implementation.

Lawful General Orders

8

Give three examples of unduly familiar relations?

Dating, borrowing money between enlisted and officer members, private business relationships

9

Officer and enlisted members are prohibited from engaging in_____ regardless of the service affiliation or service rules of the other person.

Unduly Familiar personal relationships

10

Custom requires that junior personnel recognize and respect the authority inherent in a senior's?

Grade, Rank, or Position

11

Relationships which are unduly familiar between and _ are prohibited

recruiting personnel and prospects

12

When prejudicial to good order or of a nature to bring discredit on the naval service, personal relationships between _ or ,_, which are unduly
familiar and that do not respect differences in
grade or rank are prohibited.

Officer members or Enlisted members

13

What has traditionally defined proper seniorsubordinate relationships?

Military customs and courtesies

14

Commands are expected to take what action as necessary to correct inappropriate behavior?

Administrative and Disciplinary

15

Why have unduly familiar personal relationships between officers and enlisted members traditionally been contrary to naval custom?

they undermine the respect for authority

16

Who will provide indoctrination and annual training to all hands on the subject of fratemization?

Commanders

17

Historically, and as used in this instruction,
fraternization is a?

Gender neutral concept

18

Prejudice to good order and discjpline or discredit to the naval service may result from which circumstances?

Call into question a senior's objectivity, preferential treatment, undermining authority, compromising chain of command

19

Fraternization affects what ?

Good order discipline authority and high morale

20

What is the term traditionally used to identify
personal relationships which contravene the customary bounds of acceptable senior subordinate relationships?

Fraternization

21

Violation of this instruction or Article 1165 subjects the involved members to disciplinary action under the?

Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ)

22

Staff and instructor relationships are ?

Prohibited

23

Proper social interaction among officer and enlisted members has always been encouraged as it enhances?

Morale and esprit de corps

24

By long-standing custom and tradition, _ are separate and distinct leaders within their assigned command.

Chief Petty Officers

25

Service members who are married or otherwise related (i.e., father, son, etc.) to other service members, must maintain?

The requisite respect

26

Who will ensure training throughout the navy on fraternization ?

Director military personnel plans and policy division

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What has the Navy historically relied upon to define the bounds of acceptable personal relationships among its members .

Custom and tradition