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Which of the following are sources that set forth the basic disciplinary laws for the U.S.Navy? 1. U.S. Navy Regulations 2. Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy 3. Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) 4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
Which of the following characteristics are traits of a good Sailor? 1. Puts the good of the ship and the Navy above personal likes and dislikes 2. Obeys the rules of military courtesy and etiquette 3. Demonstrates loyalty, self-control, honesty, and truthfulness 4. All of the above
4. All of the above
In what year was the Code of Conduct first prescribed? 1. 1965 2. 1955 3. 1945 4. 1935
2. 1955
The Code of Conduct was adopted to provide guidance for service personnel in which of the following circumstances? 1. When stationed on foreign soil 2. When traveling at home and abroad 3. When facing the enemy as prisoners of war 4. All of the above
3. When facing the enemy as prisoners of war
In what year was Executive Order 12633 issued amending the Code of Conduct to use neutral-gender language? 1. 1987 2. 1988 3. 1989 4. 1990
2. 1988
How many articles make up the Code of Conduct? 1. Two 2. Four 3. Six 4. Eight
3. Six
When, if ever, may you voluntarily surrender to the enemy? 1. If alone and completely isolated from friendly troops 2. If no longer able to inflict casualties on the enemy 3. If able to detain the enemy and let others escape capture 4. Never
4. Never
Who may be assigned shore patrol duties? 1. Officers only 2. Petty officers only 3. Officers and petty officers 4. All Navy personnel
3. Officers and petty officers
In areas where different armed services are located, the military police from each service may be combined to form one unit. What term identifies this unit? 1. Armed Forces Police Department 2. Armed Forces Police Detachment 3. Armed Forces Police Service 4. Armed Forces Police Group
2. Armed Forces Police Detachment
Aboard ship, the master-at-arms (MAA) force is headed by the chief master-at-arms(CMAA). The CMAA works directly for which of the following officers? 1. Weapons officer 2. Security officer 3. Executive officer 4. Administrative officer
3. Executive officer
Discipline training develops which of the following personal traits? 1. Character 2. Efficiency 3. Self-control 4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Discipline is important to the Navy for which of the following reasons? 1. To instill fear of punishment 2. To decrease command responsibility 3. To provide punishment for wrongdoers 4. To enable personnel to function as a unit with a high degree of efficiency
4. To enable personnel to function as a unit with a high degree of efficiency
Punishment is administered in the Navy for which of the following reasons? 1. To serve as an object lesson to the wrong doer and others 2. To pacify those who have suffered a wrong 3. To correct a wrong 4. To avenge a wrong
1. To serve as an object lesson to the wrong doer and others
What chapter of the United States Navy Regulations describes the rights and responsibilities of all Navy members? 1. 12 2. 11 3. 10 4. 9
2. 11
What person is responsible for making sure that the Navy Regs conforms to the current needs of the Department of the Navy? 1. The Secretary of the Navy 2. The Judge Advocate General 3. The Chief of Naval Operations 4. The Commandant of the Marine Corps
3. The Chief of Naval Operations
Navy Regs and changes to it are issued by the Secretary of the Navy after what person approves them? 1. The President 2. The Vice President 3. The Attorney General 4. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
1. The President
Failure to obey any regulation subjects the offender to charges under what UCMJ article? 1. 91 2. 92 3. 93 4. 94
2. 92
What article of the Navy Regs lists the publications that must be made available upon request by any active-duty person? 1. 1020 2. 1010 3. 0917 4. 0818
4. 0818
What article of the Navy Regs gives officers the authority necessary to perform their duties? 1. 1021 2. 1023 3. 1025 4. 1033
1. 1021
Navy Regs, article 1033, Authority in a Boat,provides which of the following officers the authority and responsibility over all persons embarked? 1. The senior line officer eligible for command at sea 2. The junior line officer eligible for command at sea 3. The senior staff officer 4. The junior staff officer
1. The senior line officer eligible for command at sea
Which of the following Navy Regulations articles outlines the authority of a sentry? 1. 1037 2. 1038 3. 1052 4. 1053
2. 1038
You may not be ordered to active duty without the permission of which of the following persons? 1. Commandant of the Marine Corps 2. Commandant of the Coast Guard 3. Chief of Naval Operations 4. Chief of Naval Personnel
4. Chief of Naval Personnel
Navy Regulations, article 1104, Treatment and Release of Prisoners, prohibits cruel and/or unusual treatment. According to this article, prisoners must be checked on at what minimum interval? 1. 10 hours 2. 8 hours 3. 6 hours 4. 4 hours
4. 4 hours
During a Saturday duty day, one of your shipmates asks you to change watches with him/her. You agree but fail to get permission from proper authority. Under what article of Navy Regs could you be charged? 1. 1138 2. 1134 3. 1133 4. 1129
2. 1134
Sexual harassment is offensive and illegal. Under what article of Navy Regs may a person be charged with sexual harassment? 1. 1166 2. 1164 3. 1162 4. 1160
1. 1166
The three sources that contain the basic disciplinary laws for the U.S. Navy are—
U.S. Navy Regulations Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy Uniform Code of Military Justice(UCMJ)
One of the most important characteristics of a good Sailor is a sense of moral responsibility. TRUE OR FALSE
TRUE
Under what article ,is the only information you are allowed to give is your name, rank, service number, and date of birth.
Under article V
Chapter 10 of the Navy Regs deals with what?
Chapter 10 of the Navy Regs deals with your responsibility and authority while carrying out orders.
Chapter 11 of the Navy Regs deals with what?
Chapter 11 of the Navy Regs deals with your rights and responsibilities.
The instructions found in the OPNAVINST 3120.32 provide guidance and regulations for the duties and responsibilities for all personnel within a unit or organization.True or False
True
The purpose for developing and signing into law the Uniform Code of Military Justice was to what?
standardize legal procedure and discipline throughout all branches of service.
When was The UCMJ signed into law
The UCMJ was signed into law on 31May1951.
What Article of the UCMJ states that certain articles of the Code must be explained carefully to every enlisted person at the time of entrance or no later than 6 days later, 6 months on active duty, and every reenlistment.
Article 137 of the UCMJ states that certain articles of the Code must be explained carefully to every enlisted person at the time of entrance or no later than 6 days later, 6 months on active duty, and every reenlistment.
What are the three types of courts-martials
The three types of courts-martial are— a. Summary b. Special c. General
How many sections are contained in the personnel advancement requirements (PARs)? A. One B. Two C. Three D. Four
C. Three
What article of the UCMJ deals specifically with drug offenses? A. 114a B. 112a C. 92 D. 86
B. 112a
Which of the following UCMJ articles explains commanding officer's nonjudicial punishment? A. 55 B. 35 C. 15 D. 5
C. 15
Being a good technician alone does not guarantee a successful Navy career. You must also be good in which of the following roles? A. Administrator B. Motivator C. Teacher D. All of the above
D. All of the above
In which of the following sources is the Uniform Code of Military Justice contained? A. Manual for Courts-Martial B. United States Navy Regulations C. Shipboard Organizational Manual D. Standard Organizational and Regulations of the U.S. Navy
A. Manual for Courts-Martial
When you took your oath of enlistment, you promised to support and defend which of the following documents? A. Navy Regulations B. The Declaration of Independence C. The Constitution of the United States D. The Bill of RIghts
C. The Constitution of the United States
Which of the following Navy Regulations articles outlines the authority of a sentry? A. 1037 B. 1038 C. 1052 D. 1053
B. 1038
In what year was the Code of Conduct first prescribed? A. 1965 B. 1955 C. 1945 D. 1935
B. 1955
The Bill of Rights, which is a statement of human rights, is what part of the Constitution of the United States? A. The Preamble B. Article I C. Article VII D. The first 10 amendments
D. The first 10 amendments
What article of the Constitution created the United States Congress? A. Article I B. Article V C. Article III D. Article VII
A. Article I
The Code of Conduct was established for POW’s WHO in WHAT YEAR because of the Korean conflict..
The Code of Conduct was established for POW’s by Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1955 because of the Korean conflict..
• 1112-Lending Money & Engaging in a Trade or Business – Naval Personnel must not lend money to another member that exceeds
18% simple interest per year.
ARTICLE.....OFFENSE 86....... 87....... 92....... 94....... 134.....
86.......Absence without leave 87.......Missing movement 92.......Failure to obey an order 94.......Mutiny 134.....General Article
• Article 138 • Article 31
•Article 138-Complaints of wrongs-Anyone who feels they have been wronged by their commanding officer will be provided redress by art. 138. • Article 31 Protection against self-incrimination
How many days do you have to appeal
• Appeals-You generally have 5 days to file an appeal after captain’s Mast
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To report serial number 23NCI16 over the sound-powered telephone circuit, you would report the serial number in what way? 1. Too, three, november, charlie, india, wun, six 2. Too, tree, november, charlie, india, wun, six 3. Two, tree, november, charlie, india, wun, six 4. Two, tree, november, charlie, india, wun, sics
2. Too, tree, november, charlie, india, wun, six
It’s important for you to remember that the mouthpiece and earpiece of sound-powered telephones are interchangeable for which of the following reasons? 1. Two people can talk at once 2. They can be interchanged if a piece breaks 3. Undesirable noises can be fed into the system 4. Both 2 and 3 above
4. Both 2 and 3 above
The headset of sound-powered telephones is picked up as a unit for which of the following reasons? 1. To make sure you have all the parts 2. To avoid breaking them 3. Both 1 and 2 above 4 In case the earpiece is missing
3. Both 1 and 2 above
When using the mouthpiece of a sound-powered phone set to report contacts,how far from your mouth should you position the mouthpiece? 1. 1/2 to 1 inch 2. 1 to 2 inches 3. 2 to 3 inches 4. 3 to 4 inches
1. 1/2 to 1 inch
Why should you unplug a phone’s headset when it’s not in use? 1. To keep the user costs down 2. Earpieces will pick up noise and transmit it over the circuit 3. Carbon will build up at the connectors 4. Calls from other circuits won’t go through
2. Earpieces will pick up noise and transmit it over the circuit
Aboard ship, there are how many categories of shipboard sound-powered phone circuits? 1. One 2. Two 3. Three 4. Four
3. Three
What category of shipboard telephone circuits is designed to maintain vital communications and are preceded by the letter X? 1. Primary system 2. Auxiliary system 3. Supplementary system 4. Command circuit
2. Auxiliary system
Which of the following sound-powered phone circuits is used as the CO’s battle circuit? 1. JA 2. JC 3. JL 4. 1JV
1. JA
To keep the meaning of a message intact when standing duty as a telephone talker, what action should you take? 1. Speak loudly 2. Repeat the message word for word 3. Paraphrase what you hear 4. Speak rapidly to transmit the message quickly
1. Speak loudly
Which of the following statements is a rule for circuit discipline? 1. Transmit only official messages 2. Keep the button in the OFF position when not transmitting 3. Use only standard words and phrases 4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Which of the following elements is included when taking a message? 1. Name of caller 2. Message 3. Time and date 4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
The IVCS has which of the following components? 1. Terminals 2. Accessories 3. ICSCs 4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Within the IVCS, what is the purpose of the ICSCs? 1. To perform switching actions 2. To keep lines clear 3. To give multi-access to lines 4. To ensure automatic cutoff for security purposes
1. To perform switching actions
Which of the following shipboard announcing systems is called the general announcing system? 1. 1MC 2. 2MC 3. 3MC 4. 4MC
1. 1MC
Which of the following shipboard announcing systems is used for intership communications? 1. 5MC 2. 6MC 3. 7MC 4. 8MC
2. 6MC
Which of the following shipboard announcing systems is used for hangar deck damage control? 1. 39MC 2. 51MC 3. 53MC 4. 58MC
4. 58MC
Which of the following persons is authorized to pass calls over the 1MC? 1. OOD 2. XO 3. CO 4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
What is the purpose of the 20MC announcing system? 1. Radio room announcing system 2. Flag officer’s command announcing system 3. Combat information announcing system 4. Captain’s command announcing system
3. Combat information announcing system
Which of the following types of flags and pennants is/are used by the Navy? 1. Substitute flags 2. Numeral pennants 3. International alphabet flags 4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Aboard ship, a man overboard is indicated by what emergency/warning flag? 1. Code Alfa 2. Oscar 3. November Charlie 4. Bravo
2. Oscar
What administrative flag is used to recall all personnel to the ship? 1. Hotel 2. Juliett 3. Romeo 4. Papa
4. Papa
What administrative flag is flown in port to indicate the ship has ready duty? 1. Hotel 2. India 3. Romeo 4. Quebec
3. Romeo
When under way, the national ensign is normally flown from what location? 1. The gaff 2. The aftermast 3. The flagstaff 4. The jackstaff
1. The gaff
Which of the following statements defines the term “colors”? 1. Colors give recognition of codes 2. Colors consist of our national ensign along with the union jack 3. Colors are lights on the flagstaff 4. Colors are the flags of foreign ships
2. Colors consist of our national ensign along with the union jack
When a naval ship is in port or at anchor, the union jack is flown from what location? 1. The gaff 2. The jackstaff 3. The aftermast 4. The flagstaff
2. The jackstaff
The U.S. Navy flag is flown in which of the following situations? 1. At official ceremonies or official public gatherings when the Navy is officially a participant 2 In parades 3. In official Navy occasions 4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
Which of the following flags are half-masted at the death of the CO? 1. National ensign 2. Union jack 3. Commission pennant 4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
On small ships, personnel from what watch are responsible for hoisting and hauling down absentee pennants? 1. Security watch 2. Quarterdeck watch 3. Roving watch 4. DC central watch
2. Quarterdeck watch
On large ships, what person is responsible for making sure that special flags or pennants are displayed to indicate changing events aboard ship? 1. Boatswain’s mate 2. Quarterdeck watch 3. Duty signalman 4. Topside watch
3. Duty signalman
Where is a list of special flags and pennants normally posted as a ready reference for watch standers? 1. Combat information center (CIC) 2. After deck 3. Quarterdeck area 4. Half deck
3. Quarterdeck area
An officer in command entitled to a personal flag is embarked in a boat on an official mission. Where should the pennant be flown? 1. Amid ship 2. In the bow 3. In the stern 4. Yardarm, port
2. In the bow
Identify the phonetic alphabet as it applies to communications
A ALFA B BRAVO C CHARLIE D DELTA E ECHO F FOXTROT G GOLF H HOTEL I INDIA J JULIETT K KILO L LIMA M MIKE N NOVEMBER O OSCAR P PAPA Q QUEBEC R ROMEO S SIERRA T TANGO U UNIFORM V VICTOR W WHISKEY X XRAY Y YANKEE Z ZULU
You are manning the sound-powered telephone in a repair locker. DC central calls and wants the serial number of the P-100 pump (23DBCX14)in your repair locker. How should you say this number over the phone?
too, tree, delta, bravo, charlie, xray, wun, fo-wer
The mouthpiece and earpiece of a sound-powered phone are interchangeable.True or False
True
If you pick up the mouthpiece or the headpiece by itself what could happen
delicate wires could break.
To talk or listen through the phone, what should be done?
To talk or listen through the phone, depress the button located between the transmitter and receiver.
The three categories of sound powered phone circuits are—
a. Primary b. Auxiliary c. Supplementary
An XJZ circuit is what kind of circuit
An XJZ circuit is an auxiliary circuit.
The primary system includes
The primary system includes all circuits necessary for controlling armament, engineering, damage control, maneuvering, and surveillance functions during battle. These circuits are designated JA through JZ.
Auxiliary circuits are separated as much as possible from primary circuits. Circuit designations are
the same as the primary system, preceded by the letter X (XJA, X1JV, and so on).
The supplementary system,
X1J through X61J,what action should you take to talk or listen through the phone? All auxiliary and supplementary circuit designations are preceded by the letter X, but supplementary circuits are easily identified as such because they have no letter after the letter J.
What are the components of the sound-powered telephone?
mouthpiece(transmitter) headband earpiece Junction Box Breastplate Yoke Push-Button
Which of the following sound powered phone circuits is used as the COs battle circuit 1. JA 2. JC 3. JL 4. 1JV
1. JA
Some of the practices that make a good phone talker include—
a. Speak clearly and directly into the phone b. Don’t have food or gum in your mouth c. Don’t paraphrase messages; repeat them word for word d. Speak slowly e. In an emergency, speak calmly and precisely f. Don’t use local accents
Some disciplines that must be followed when talking over sound-powered phone circuits include—
a. Transmit official message only b. Keep the button in the OFF position except when transmitting c. Use standard terms and phrases d. Don’t use slang or profanity
To clear a sound-powered phone circuit to transmit an important message, the sender should say
“silence on the line.”
The proper response upon receipt of a message is
“Repeat message, identify yourself, and then acknowledge the message.”
The terminal devices used with the IVCS are
a. Network b. Dial
What does IVCS stand for
Integrated Voice Communications System
Within the IVCS, what acts like a switchboard and connects the caller with the person who called.
the ICSC Interior Communications Switching Center
Your phone system is unsecured. When receiving a call, you should answer the phone by saying
this line is unsecured.
What system is tied into the 1C circuit
The alarm system is tied into the 1C circuit.
What is the 4MC circuit
The 4MC circuit is the damage control circuit.
What shipboard announcing system is called the general announcing system
1MC
Which of the following shipboard announcing systems is used for intership communications
6MC - bullhorn
The first 4 channels of WIFCOM are assigned to—
a. Channel 1—Repair 5 b. Channel 2—Repair 2 c. Channel 3—Repair 3 d. Channel 4—Ship-to-ship communications
Which of the following shipboard announcing system is used for hanger deck damage control
58MC
What is the difference between the 1MC and the 21MC
The 1MC is a one-way system and the 21MC is an intercom with two-way communication.
The 1MC, 2MC, 3MC, & 6MC are all
one way systems
What is the purpose of the DC WIFCOM
DCWIFCOMis the primary means of DCC within the repair locker area. Then hand-held portable transceivers, repair locker base stations, and a radiating antenna system provide instantaneous communications between repair lockers and repair locker personnel at the scene and investigators making damage reports. Each repair locker has an installed base station and four portable hand-held transceivers.
Flags and pennants used by the Navy include
Flags and pennants used by the Navy include the international alphabet flags; numeral pennants and a code/answer pennant; a set of number flags, special flags, and pennants;and four substitutes or repeaters.
The flag flown for conditions There is a man overboard - There are divers in the water - A general court martial is in session - Worship service in progress - The captain is absent -
There is a man overboard - Oscar There are divers in water- Code Alfa A general court martial in session - The Union Jack Worship service in progress - Church pennant The captain is absent - third pennant
When in port, commissioned ships display the national ensign and the union jack where?
The national ensign is flown from the flagstaff at the stern,and the union jack is flown from the jackstaff at the bow.
What administrative flag is used to recall a personnel to the ship
PAPA
What flag is half masted at the death of the CO
Commission Pennant
A ball is the flagstaff insignia for a
for a captain.
A boat with a halbert insignia on the flagstaff is approaching your ship. Who is on board and what gun salute is needed
There is a flag or general officer on board, whose official salute is less than 19 guns.
Side boys are paraded for
scheduled official visits.
A gun salute is fired when the visitor approaches
approaches and is still clear of the side.
What are the flagstaff insignias
Spread Eagle Halbert Ball Star Flat truck
What is the purpose of the 20 MC announcing system
Combat information announcing system
Sound powered phones operate on
Sound powered phones operate on your voice power and do not require batteries or an external electrical power source.
When can you secure your phones
Never secure your phones until you have permission to do so
When coiling the lead wire for stowage the loops should be how many inches across
loops should be 8 to 10 inches across
• To hear a message over again say,
• To hear a message over again say, “Say Again”.
Anytime you leave a circuit, always
always request permission
Flagstaff Insignias
• Spread Eagle: for any civilian or flag officer who rates a 19 gun salute or more. • Halbert: for a flag or general officer who rates less than 19 guns or for a civil official who’s salute is 11 guns but less than 19. • Ball: Captain and certain diplomats. • Star: Commander • Flat Truck: For an officer below the grade of commander