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Q1. List the four main sources of pollutants.
a.
b.
c.
d.
A1. The four main sources of pollutants are—
a. Agricultural runoff
b. Industrial
c. Municipal
d. Transportation operations
Q2. What are two primary effects of pollution?
A2. Pollution affects both the physical and
biological world.
Q3. What is the primary pollution concern of the
Navy?
A3. The primary pollution concern of the Navy is the
pollution produced by shipboard waste.
Q4. To help reduce air pollution, what steps has the
Navy taken to improve their power plants ashore
and afloat?
A4. The Navy has been converting their power
plants to use more efficient pollution control
systems for stack emissions.
Q5. Name the agreement that the Navy follows to
dispose of treated sewage in foreign waters.
A5. The agreement the Navy follows to operate
marine sanitation devices (MSDs) and to dispose
of treated sewage in foreign waters is the Status
of Forces Agreement (SOFA).
Q6. How many nautical miles fromthe U.S. coastline
can vessels discharge unpulped trash?
A6. Vessels must be at least 25 nautical miles from
the U.S. coastline before they can discharge
unpulped trash.
Q1. What is the Navy’s policy on energy
conservation?
A1. The Navy makes every possible effort to
improve the way it uses energy resources,
without compromising readiness,
effectiveness, or safety.
Q3. What program provides you with support and
information about foreign lands?
A3. TheOverseas Duty Support Program(ODSP)
provides you with support and information about
foreign lands.
Q4. Besides ODSP, what other source can you use to
get information about other countries?
A4. Besides the ODSP, you can get information
about other countries through the Overseas
Transfer Information Service (OTIS).
Q5. What program does the Navy have that rewards
you monetarily for beneficial suggestions,
inventions, and scientific achievements?
A5. The Military Cash Awards Program
(MILCAP) is used to reward individuals for
their beneficial suggestions, inventions, and
scientific achievements.
Q1. What Navy program provides educational
programs for people who don’t meet the Navy’s
fitness or body fat standards and who also need to
help change long-established bad health habits?
A1. If Navy service members don’t meet the fitness
or body fat standards and need help to change
health habits, they take part in the Health and
Physical Readiness Program.
Q2. With regard to pregnant servicewomen, what is
the Navy responsibility?
A2. The Navy responsibility for pregnant
servicewomen is providing obstetrical care at
a medical facility if it has obstetrical/
gynecological facilities and if the
servicewoman lives in the treatment facility
area.
Q4. Service members must complete what forms for
family care?
a.
b.
A4. Service members must complete what forms for
family care?
a. Family Care Plan Certificate, NAVPERS
1740/6
b. Family Care Plan Arrangements,
NAVPERS 1740/7
Q5. List the areas that the Department of the Navy
public affairs office informs the public and
service members about.
a.
b.
c.
A5. The Department of the Navy public affairs
informs the public and service members about
the following subjects:
a. The Navy as an instrument of national
policy and security
b. Navy operations and programs
c. The responsibilities and activities of naval
personnel as U. S. citizens
Q1. What is the Navy’s policy on drug abuse?
A1. The Navy’s policy on drug abuse is zero
tolerance.
Q2. What is the purpose of the Integrity and
Efficiency Program?
A2. The purpose of the Integrity and Efficiency
Program is to detect, deter, and eliminate
fraud, waste, and abuse.
Q3. List the ways to report fraud, waste, and abuse.
a.
b.
c.
d.
A3. Youcan report fraud, waste, and abuse situations
by the following means:
a. Chain of command
b. Navy hotline
c. Naval Criminal Investigative Service
(NCIS)
d. Congressional communication
Q4. Forthe Navy to maintain public confidence in its
integrity, naval personnel should comply with
____________________________________.
A4. For the public to feel confident about the Navy’s
integrity, naval personnel should comply with the
Standards of Conduct and Professional Ethics.
Q1. All naval personnel should be treated equally and
be given equal opportunities. What program
does the Navy use to achieve this purpose?
A1. The Navy uses the Command Managed Equal
Opportunity (CMEO) Program to ensure that
all naval personnel are treated equally and are
given equal opportunities.
Q2. Who provides guidance and policy for the
CMEO Program?
A2. Guidance and policy for the CMEO Program is
provided by the Chief of Naval Operations.
Q3. Telling a sexist or racial joke would be an
example of what type of behavior?
A3. Telling an sexist or racial joke is an insensitive
practice.
Q4. To avoid discriminating practices in the
operation of exchanges, commissaries, service
clubs, and recreational facilities, what do
command facilities provide?
A4. Command facilities provide a variety of
products and services in command facilities to
avoid discrimination in the operation of
exchanges, commissaries, service clubs, and
recreational facilities.
Q5. Where is the best place for you or your family to
start to resolve an off-base discrimination
complaint?
A5. The best place for you or your family to start to
resolve an off-base discrimination complaint is
your chain of command.
Q6. Service members can attend civil rights
demonstrations and similar gatherings except for
what conditions?
a.
b.
c.
A6. Navy personnel can’t take part in civil rights
demonstrations in the following situations:
a. While wearing their uniform or during
duty hours.
b. When held on a military reservation or in a
foreign country.
c. When law and order are violated or when
they could reasonably be expected to result
in violence.
Q7. You have submitted a special request chit and
feel that the chain of command has not resolved
your discrimination complaint. What should be
your next course of action?
A7. You have submitted a special request chit and
feel that the chain of command hasn’t resolved
your discrimination complaint. Your next
course of action is to request captain’s mast.
Q8. What is hazing?
A8. Hazing is any conduct whereby a military
member or members, regardless of service or
rank, without proper authority causes
another military member or members,
regardless of service or rank, to suffer or be
exposed to any activity which is cruel, abusive,
humiliating, oppressive, demeaning, or
harmful.
Q9. What is the Navy’s policy on hazing?
A9. According toNavy policy, hazing is prohibited.
Q1. Improper conduct is considered sexual
harassment when—
a.
b.
c.
sexual harassment is this?
A1. Improper conduct is considered sexual
harassment when—
a. Submission to or rejection of such conduct
is made either explicitly or implicitly a
term or condition of a person’s job.
b. Pay, or career; submission to or rejection of
such conduct by a person is used as a basis
for career or employment decisions
affecting that person.
c. Such conduct interferes with an
individual’s performance or creates an
intimidating, hostile, or offensive
environment.
Q2. List the criteria for a person’s behavior to be
termed sexual harassment.
a.
b.
c.
A2. A person’s behavior to be termed sexual
harassment if is—
a. Unwelcome
b. Sexual in nature
c. Occurs in or impacts on the work
environment
Q3. Whose perceptions count when there is
unwelcome behavior?
A3. The recipient’s perceptions count when there is
unwelcome behavior.
Q4. Your LCPO offers you high marks on your evals
in exchange for sexual favors. What type of
sexual harassment is this?
A4. If your LCPO offers you high marks on your
evals in exchange for sexual favors, it is quid pro
quo sexual harassment.
Q5. Displaying sexual posters or using sexual
explicit language creates what type of
environment?
A5. Displaying posters or using sexually explicit
language creates a hostile environment.
Q6. How has the Navy made it easier to understand
the wide range of good to bad behavior?
a.
b.
c.
A6. Tomake the range of good to bad behavior easier
to understand, the Navy has compared behavior
ranges to the traffic light.
a. Red light—Sexual harassment behavior
b. Yellow light—Many people find behavior
unacceptable
c. Green light—Acceptable behavior, not
sexual harassment
Q1. Describe why the Navy has a fraternization
policy.
A1. The function of the ombudsman is to promote
good order and discipline.
Q2. What is the function of the ombudsman?
a.
b.
A2. The ombudsman—
a. Acts as a liaison between Navy families and
the command, and
b. Keeps the families informed about
command policies.
Q3. How does the ombudsman communicate with
Navy families?
A3. The ombudsman communicates with Navy
families through command newsletters,
command-sponsored telephone “Careline,”
or phone trees.
Q4. List some the agencies or organizations
ombudsman works with.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
A4. The ombudsman works through the following
agencies/organizations:
a. Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
b. American Red Cross
c. Family Service Centers
d. Chaplain’s office
e. Navy Wifeline Association
f. Medical treatment facilities
g. Legal assistance offices
Q5. What must a first-term Sailor have before they
can reenlist or extend?
A5. Before a first-term Sailor can reenlist or extend,
he/she must have ENCORE approval.
Q6. When leaving the Navy, what determines if you
will be able to reenlist at a later date?
A6. If you leave the Navy, your reenlistment code
tells whether you can reenlist.
Q7. When away from their home district, how can a
Sailor and his family register to vote?
A7. When awayfromtheir home district, a Sailor and
his/her family can register to vote by using a
Federal Post Card Application for Absentee
Ballot (FPCA).
Q1. List the three sources that contain the basic
disciplinary laws for the U.S. Navy.
a.
b.
c.
A1. The three sources that contain the basic
disciplinary laws for the U.S. Navy are—
a. U.S. Navy Regulations
b. Standard Organization and Regulations of
the U.S. Navy
c. Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ)
Q2. What is one of the most important characteristics
of a good Sailor?
A2. One of the most important characteristics of a
good Sailor is a sense of moral responsibility.
Q3. Foryou to succeed in your work in theNavy, you
should possess what quality?
A3. Tosucceed in your work in the Navy, you should
value and take part in teamwork.
Q4. Why was the Code of Conduct established?
A4. The Code of Conduct was established to govern
situations where Sailors were POW’s.
Q5. What total number of articles are there in the
Code of Conduct?
A5. There are six articles in the Code of Conduct.
Q6. When questioned under article V, what is the
only information you are allowed to give?
A6. Under article V, the only information you are
allowed to give is your name, rank, service
number, and date of birth.
Q1. In the Navy, the military police are known as
the—
A1. In the Navy, the military police are known as the
shore patrol.
Q2. Shore patrol personnel are identified by—
A2. Shore patrol personnel are identified by
armbands bearing the letters SP.
Q3. When military police from different branches of
the armed forces combine to form one unit, they
are known as—
A3. When military police are from different armed
forces and combined to form one unit, they are
known as an ArmedForces Police Detachment
(AFPD).
Q4. List the primary duties of the shore patrol.
a.
b.
c.
A4. The primary duties of the shore patrol are to—
a. Render assistance to military personnel
ashore
b. Maintain good order and discipline among
military personnel
c. Report conditions or practices that appear
prejudicial to the welfare of military
personnel
Q1. What method does the Navy use to help Sailors
work as a unit with maximum efficiency?
A1. Motivation and correction through reward
and punishment are used to help Sailors work
as a unit.
Q2. What is the purpose of discipline in the military?
A2. The purpose of discipline in the military is to
bring about an efficient military organization.
Q3. What theory of punishment does the Navy use?
A3. Deterrent theory of punishment is used by the
Navy.
Q4. What two things should a recipient of Navy
punishment remember?
a.
b.
A4. The two things a recipient of Navy punishment
should remember are—
a. Punishment is a result of their behavior.
b. They won’t be punished again if they learn
to conform to Navy’s standard of conduct.
Q1. What chapter of the Navy Regs deals with your
responsibility and authority while carrying out
orders?
A1. Chapter 10 of the Navy Regs deals with your
responsibility and authority while carrying out
orders.
Q2. What chapter of the Navy Regs deals with rights
and responsibilities?
A2. Chapter 11 of the Navy Regs deals with your
rights and responsibilities.
Q3. Who is responsible for ensuring the Navy Regs
conforms to the current needs of the Department
of the Navy?
A3. Chief of Naval Operations is responsible for
making sure that the Navy Regs conform to the
current needs of the Department of the Navy.
Q4. New Navy Regs and changes to it are issued by
whom and approved by whom?
A4. Secretary of theNavy issues and the President
approves new Navy Regs and changes to Navy
Regs.
Q5. The instructions found in the OPNAVINST
3120.32 provide guidance and regulations for—
A5. 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.
Q6. What was the purpose for developing and
signing into law the Uniform Code of Military
Justice?
A6. The purpose for developing and signing into law
the Uniform Code of Military Justice was to
standardize legal procedure and discipline
throughout all branches of service.
Q7. When was the UCMJ signed into law?
A7. TheUCMJwas signed into law on 31May 1951.
Q8. Article 137 of the UCMJ states that certain
articles of the Code must be explained carefully
to every enlisted person at what minimum
interval?
A8. 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.
Q9. List the three types of court-martials.
a.
b.
c.
A9. The three types of courts-martial are—
a. Summary
b. Special
c. General