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Of the following leadership traits, which one(s) is/are characteristic of a successful leader?

1. Manipulate others to perform
2. Demonstrate shortcuts
3. Encourage, inspire, and motivate others
4. Instill the attitude, “Do as I say, not as I do.”
3. Encourage, inspire, and motivate others
The desired qualities of officers and petty officers are described in what article of Navy Regulations?

1. Article 1020
2. Article 1110
3. Article 1132
4. Article 1165
2. Article 1110
What article of Navy Regulations addresses the exercise of authority over subordinates?

1. Article 1020
2. Article 1110
3. Article 1132
4. Article 1165
1. Article 1020
What is the purpose of Extra Military Instruction (EMI)?

1. Extra duty
2. Arduous duty
3. Light punishment
4. Corrective instruction
4. Corrective instruction
Extra Military Instruction should not be assigned for more than a total of how many hours a day?

1. 6
2. 2
3. 3
4. 8
2. 2
As a leading petty officer, from whom do you receive authority to assign EMI?

1. Division officer
2. Department head
3. Executive officer
4. Commanding officer
4. Commanding officer
What manual authorizes withholding temporarily privileges from an individual?

1. JAGMAN
2. U. S. Navy Regulations
3. Manual for Courts-Martial
4. UCMJ
3. Manual for Courts-Martial, RCM 306(c)(2)
Deprivation of normal liberty is legal under which of the following circumstances?

1. Punishment by Article 15
2. Authorized pretrial restraint
3. Protection of foreign relations
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Which of the following uniforms is equivalent to civilian business attire?

1. Working
2. Protocol
3. Ceremonial
4. Uniform of the day
4. Uniform of the day
Pride in appearance is the mark of a/an

1. Good seaman only
2. Petty officer only
3. Officer only
4. Responsible military member
4. Responsible military membe
Who is assigned the responsibility for establishing and controlling uniform policies within the geographical limits of his or her area?

1. Commanding officer
2. CNO area representative
3. Type commander
4. Secretary of the Navy
2. CNO area representative
Who is responsible for Navy uniform policy afloat and for shore stations outside the jurisdiction of a naval area?

1. Senior officer present
2. Chief of Naval Operations
3. Secretary of the Navy
4. Fleet commander
1. Senior officer present
Who is responsible for ensuring that uniforms are properly worn and maintained?

1. Leading chief
2. Executive officer
3. Commanding officer
4. Chief Master-at-Arms
3. Commanding officer
Who should review uniform regulations to ensure enforceability?

1. Judge advocate
2. Officer in charge
3. Executive officer
4. Chief Master-at-Arms
1. Judge advocate
While traveling in uniform, which of the following uniforms may always be worn during any season of the year?

1. Working uniform
2. Service dress blue
3. Semite dress white
4. Uniform of the day
2. Service dress blue
May a prescribing authority authorize working uniforms for commuting to and from work? If so, what restrictions apply?

1. Yes; only when stationed
overseas
2. Yes; only when stationed in the United States
3. Yes; but no stops should be
made
4. No
3. Yes; but no stops should be
made
What size stencil should be used for uniform items?

1. 1 in.
2. 1/3 in.
3. 1 1/2 in.
4. 1/2 in.
4. 1/2 in.
Which of the following statements regarding uniforms is NOT correct?

1. Government-owned clothing should be stenciled with the letters USN
2. The exchange of clothing is authorized if both parties agree to the exchange
3. Reflectorized materials may be applied to uniform when authorized
4. Organizational clothing should be issued on a loan basis
2. The exchange of clothing is authorized if both parties agree to the exchange
What authority determines the uniform worn by Masters-at-Arms afloat?

1. The department head
2. The leading chief
3. The local command
4. The division officer
3. The local command
What is the proper location for the MAA/law enforcement badge for female personnel?

1. On the right side, centered on the pocket
2. On the right side, centered 1/4 inch above the pocket
3. On the left side, centered on the pocket
4. On the left side, centered 1/4 inch above the pocket
4. On the left side, centered 1/4 inch above the pocket
Which of the following equipment should be worn by a person riding a two-wheeled vehicle?

1. Helmet
2. Boots or heavy shoes
3. Leather gloves
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Grooming standards are based on several elements including neatness, cleanliness, safety, military image, and appearance.

1. True
2. False
1. True
The bulk of a man’s hair may not exceed a maximum of how many inches?

1. 6
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
2. 2
Which of the following personnel are NOT allowed to have facial hair?

1. Messcooks
2. Brig staff
3. Brig prisoners
4. Mess management personnel
3. Brig prisoners
When, if ever, are males authorized to wear an earring with the uniform?

1. While on liberty
2. While on leave
3. While attending social functions
4. Never
4. Never
When a female wears the jumper uniform, her hair may extend a maximum of how far below the top of the collar?

1. 1/2 in.
2. 1 in.
3. 1 1/2 in.
4. 2 in.
3. 1 1/2 in.
Which of the following statements is correct regarding female cosmetics?

1. The faddish styles are inappropriate
2. Lipstick colors should be conservative
3. An artificial appearance should be avoided
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
The military image reflected by attention to detail is a key element in the public image of the Navy.

1. True
2. False
1. True
When are conservative sunglasses NOT authorized for wear?

1. While standing a quarterdeck watch in port
2. While standing a lookout watch underway
3. While standing a personnel inspection
4. While on liberty in uniform
3. While standing a personnel inspection
When, if ever, may enlisted personnel have civilian clothing in their possession aboard ship?

1. When sufficient space is available
2. When authorized by the CO
3. When authorized by the senior officer present
4. Never
2. When authorized by the CO
Which of the following uniform
articles may be worn with civilian clothing?

1. Peacoat
2. Working jacket
3. Four-in-hand necktie
4. Combination cap
3. Four-in-hand necktie
Wearing or displaying clothing, jewelry, or tattoos depicting marijuana or other controlled substance is prohibited.

1. True
2. False
1. True
What is one of the more important factors in the building of a well-disciplined organization?

1. Military law
2. Direction
3. Punishment
4. Regulation
1. Military law
What military justice system did Congress establish for all members of the Armed Forces?

1. Manual for Courts-Martial
2. Uniform Code of Military Justice
3. Manual of the Judge Advocate General
4. U.S. Navy Regulations
2. Uniform Code of Military Justice
All personnel performing law enforcement work for the Navy should have a basic understanding of which of the following legal concepts?

1. Chain of command
2. Patrol procedures
3. Investigation
4. Jurisdiction
4. Jurisdiction
The power of a court-martial to try a service member is contained in what article of the Constitution?

1. I
2. VIII
3. III
4. IV
1. I
What article of the Constitution makes the President of the United States the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces?

1. I
2. II
3. VI
4. X
2. II
The president has exercised his Constitutional power by issuing which of the following manuals?

1. Manual for Courts-Martial
2. Uniform Code of Military
Justice
3. Manual of the Judge Advocate General
4. U.S. Navy Regulations
1. Manual for Courts-Martial
What authority established the magistrate and district courts?

1. Constitution
2. Federal courts
3. Federal statutes
4. Bill of Rights
3. Federal statutes
Of the following types of jurisdiction, which one(s) should a court-martial have in order to try a military member?

1. Over the person
2. Over the offense
3. Over the place
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
What article of the Uniform Code of Military Justice identifies certain active-duty personnel as subject to its jurisdiction?

1. Article 1
2. Article 2
3. Article 3
4. Article 4
2. Article 2
When, if ever, may civilians be tried under military jurisdiction?

1. During war declared by Congress
2. When employed by the military
3. When serving with special
forces
4. Never
1. During war declared by Congress
MA3 Boate is accused of an offense that is not a pure military crime. What characteristic of the case determines military jurisdiction?

1. The type of offense
2. The location of the offense
3. A place-jurisdiction must be found
4. A service connection must be found
4. A service connection must be found
Title 18 of the United States Code generally defines what types of crimes?

1. Minor misdemeanors
2. Major misdemeanors
3. Minor felonies
4. Major felonies
4. Major felonies
Which of the following sources details investigative jurisdiction?

1. Manual for Courts-Martial
2. Uniform Code of Military Justice
3. Manual of the Judge Advocate General
4. U.S. Navy Regulations
1. Manual for Courts-Martial
Incidents of actual, suspected, or alleged major criminal offenses should be referred to what authority?

1. FBI
2. DEA
3. ATF
4. NCIS
4. NCIS
Command investigators are usually limited to handling minor offenses.

1. True
2. False
1. True
What act did Congress pass to avoid the task of maintaining a complete code of civilian criminal laws for military bases?

1. Posse comitatus
2. Assimilative crimes
3. Federal crimes
4. Military code of crimes
2. Assimilative crimes
Military reservations generally have what type of jurisdiction?

1. Exclusive only
2. Concurrent only
3. Exclusive or concurrent
4. Separate
3. Exclusive or concurrent
Generally, state laws have neither force nor effect in areas of federal jurisdiction. What type of jurisdiction is this?

1. Concurrent federal
2. Exclusive federal
3. Proprietary state
4. Territorial state
2. Exclusive federal
Under concurrent jurisdiction both naval and state authorities could, in theory, prosecute a person. In what source can you find guidelines on how this should be done?

1. Manual for Courts-Martial
2. Manual of the Judge Advocate General
3. U.S. Navy Regulations
4. Federal statutes
2. Manual of the Judge Advocate General
The federal government has acquired a degree of ownership of a piece of property but has not obtained legislative authority. What type of jurisdiction applies in this case?

1. Proprietary
2. Concurrent
3. Exclusive
4. Territorial
1. Proprietary
Who has the ultimate responsibility for law enforcement jurisdiction in intercostal waterways?

1. The ship’s commanding officer
2. The base commanding officer
3. The state police
4. The U.S. Coast Guard
4. The U.S. Coast Guard
In which of the following sources can further guidance be found for maritime waterway and security zone jurisdiction?

1. Combined federal regulations 33
2. Manual of the Judge Advocate General
3. U.S. Navy Regulations
4. Federal statutes
1. Combined federal regulations 33
The intent of the Constitution to prevent the use of federal troops to enforce civilian laws is covered by what authority?

1. Assimilative crimes act
2. Posse comitatus act
3. Federal criminal statutes
4. Federal exclusion rule
2. Posse comitatus act
An MA on military duty is prevented by the posse comitatus act from stopping a fleeing felon.

1. True
2. False
2. False
What is the purpose of the status of forces agreements?

1. To define the status of the
forces of one country while stationed in the territory of
another
2. To define the jurisdiction of the forces of both countries
3. To protect the rights of the forces of one country while stationed in the territory of another
4. To protect the forces of one country from the host country’s laws while stationed in the host nation
1. To define the status of the
forces of one country while
stationed in the territory of
another
The status of forces agreements apply to which of the following forces?

1. Land only
2. Land and sea only
3. Sea and air only
4. Land, sea, and air
4. Land, sea, and air
The basic principle to be observed by any force in a country other than its own is found in what article of the NATO Status of Forces Agreement?

1. Article I
2. Article II
3. Article III
4. Article IV
2. Article II
When the United States objects to the trial of U.S. personnel in foreign courts, what is the objection based upon?

1. Fairness of trial
2. Principal
3. Jurisdiction
4. Difference in laws
1. Fairness of trial
In some cases, the status of forces agreements give the United States the primary right to exercise concurrent jurisdiction.

1. True
2. False
1. True
Apprehension is defined as the act of

1. Arresting a person
2. Taking a person into custody
3. Placing a person in a
restriction-in-lieu-of-arrest
status
4. Placing a person into
confinement
2. Taking a person into custody
What do you need to justify an
apprehension?

1. Reasonable belief that the
person committed the offense
2. Legal proof
3. Commission of an offense by a person
4. Delegation of commanding officer’s authority to you
1. Reasonable belief that the
person committed the offense
Which of the following personnel may apprehend a military deserter?

1. A deputy sheriff
2. An FBI agent
3. A private citizen
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Without delegation of authority, who may order an enlisted member into confinement?

1. Any commissioned officer
2. A commanding officer only
3. Any commissioned officer or warrant officer
4. Any person assigned in law enforcement
1. Any commissioned officer
Who may order a civilian into
confinement?

1. The commanding officer of the civilian only
2. Any commanding officer
3. Any general officer
4. Any officer
1. The commanding officer of the civilian only
Once a person is apprehended, they may be subjected to how many forms of restraint?

1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
3. Three
The MCM provides for restriction as a measure in lieu of

1. apprehension
2. custody
3. confinement
4. arrest
4. arrest
Arrest and restriction in lieu of arrest are alike in what way?

1. Any warrant officer or above may authorize these restraints
2. The party is required to stay within specified limits
3. The party has been proven
guilty prior to these restraints
4. Both restraints allow the party to perform all regular duties
2. The party is required to stay within specified limits
Ordering a seaman into arrest necessitates telling him that he is

1. Being taken into custody
2. Under arrest
3. Under arrest and directing him to remain within specified
limits
4. Under arrest and confining him
1. Being taken into custody
Prohibits punishment before trial

1. 14
2. 13
3. 12
4. 11
2. 13
Prohibits confinement of Armed Forces members with enemy prisoners

1. 14
2. 13
3. 12
4. 11
3. 12
Concerns the delivery of offenders to civil authority

1. 14
2. 13
3. 12
4. 11
1. 14
Concerns the submission of reports on prisoners

1. 14
2. 13
3. 12
4. 11
4. 11
Prohibits refusal to accept prisoners when the committing officer furnishes a statement
of the offense charged

1. 14
2. 13
3. 12
4. 11
4. 11