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What is the main task of the Master-at-Arms afloat and ashore

1. To enforce the rules and regulations abroad ship only
2. To enforce the rules and regulations ashore only
3. To enforce the rules and regulations aboard ship and ashore
3. To enforce the rules and regulations aboard ship and ashore
On 13 Oct 1775 the Continental Congress voted to form a legislative committee to oversee naval matters. They decided to outfit a total of how many swift vessels

1. Five
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
2. Two
On the committee, there was an indiviual who believed in having a strong Navy. Who was he

1. George Washington
2. Benjamin Franklin
3. Thomas Jefferson
4. John Adams
4. John Adams
Our rules and regulations were largely based on the Navy regulations of what country

1. England
2. France
3. Germany
4. Spain
1. England
How many articles pertaining to Rules and Regulations of the Navy were approved by Congress in Nov. 1775

1. 11
2. 22
3. 33
4. 44
4. 44
What is the principal regulatory document of the Department of the Navy

1. Manual for Courts-Martial
2. Standard Organization and Regulations
3. United States Navy Regulations
4. Manual of the Judge Advocate General
3. United States Navy Regulations
What authority is responsible for making sure that Navy Regulations conform to the current needs of the Navy

1. The type commander
2. The Commanding officer
3. The Chief of Naval Operations
4. The Bureau of Naval Personnel
3. The Chief of Naval Operations
Conduct of naval personnel is explained in what article of the United States Navy Regulation

1. Article 1110
2. Article 1131
3. Article 1165
4. Article 1179
1. Article 1110
Sexual harassment of Naval personnel is explained in what article of the United States Navy Regulations

1. Article 1110
2. Article 1124
3. Atricle 1148
4. Article 1166
4. Article 1166
Which of the following statements is/are true regarding sexual harassment

1. Reprisal action should not be taken against a person who provides information regarding sexual harassment
2. An indiviual may not make a false accusation of sexual harassment
3. Supervisors or commanders may not condone or ignore sexual harassment of which they have knowledge
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
What term identifies a personal relationship between an officer and an enlisted member that is unduly familiar and does not respect differences in grade or rank

1. Ethics
2. Standards
3. Harassment
4. Fraternization
4. Fraternization
Fraternization is explained in what article of the United States Navy Regulations

1. Article 1114
2. Article 1133
3. Article 1165
4. Article 1175
3. Article 1165
A person who has been wronged by a superior may report the alleged offense. Which of the following aspects should NOT be included in such a report

1. The name of the superior against whom the accusation is made
2. The basis for the complaint
3. The redress desired
4. The possible motive for the alleged offense
4. The possible motive for the alleged offense
An indiviual may provide a voluntary gift of nominal value to a superior under which of the following situations

1. Illness
2. Marriage
3. Retirement
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
What article of the United States Navy Regulations pertains to engaging in a trade or business

1. Article 1112
2. Article 1124
3. Article 1131
4. Article 1165
1. Article 1112
Under what circumstances, if any, may an officer borrow money from an enlisted person

1. When approved by the commanding officer
2. When less than $50.00
3. When paid back within 3 months
4. None
4. None
With reference to Article 1159 of the Navy Regulations, which of the following publications specifically describes dangerous weapons

1. MCM
2. UCMJ
3. JAGMAN
4. Local Directives
4. Local directives
Article 1160 of Navy Regulations pertains to what type of property

1. Public
2. Personal
3. Classified
4. Government
4. Government
Who has the authority to allow the use of alcoholic beverages on board any ship or aircraft, or in any Department of the Navy vehicle

1. Commanding officer
2. Secretary of Defense
3. Secretary of the Navy
4. Chief of Naval Operations
3. Secretary of the Navy
Government transportation of alcoholic liquors for personal use ashore is authorized under certain circumstances

1. True
2. False
1. True
Who prescribes the circumstances under which alcoholic liquors may be used onboard naval installations

1. Executive officer
2. Commanding officer
3. Chief of Naval Operations
4. Secretary of the Navy
4. Secretary of the Navy
What article of the UCMJ covers the illegal use of drugs in the Navy

1. Article 86
2. Article 92
3. Article 112a
4. Article 114b
3. Article 112a
Who is responsible for designating zones to be inspected by Department heads

1. Executive officer
2. Commanding officer
3. Senior watch officer
4. Adminstrative officer
2. Commanding officer
The commanding officer may hold personnel inspections on weekends or holidays in which of the following situations

1. At sea only
2. After a ceremony only
3. Before liberty
4. For the duty section only
4. For the duty section only
Who is responsible for making sure no unauthorized people are on board before preceeding to sea

1. Command duty officer
2. Chief-Master-at-Arms
3. Executive officer
4. Commanding officer
4. Commanding officer
Who exercises control of passage in and protracted visits to aircraft and ships of the Nay

1. Commanding officer
2. Secretary of the Navy
3. Command Liason officer
4. Chief of Naval Operations
4. Chief of Naval Operations
Personnel of foreign Armed Forces are subject to the orders of a ship when they are embarked for passage

1. True
2. False
1. True
Which of the following statements is/are true regarding the authority over an organized unit embrked for transportation only on a ship

1. The unit commander retains authority before embarkation
2. The CO of the ship retains authority over all embarked personnel
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. The unit commander retains authority at all times
3. Both 1 and 2 above
What should a commanding officer do with a person embarked for passage, but not in the armed services of the United States who is found under incriminating circumstances

1. Keep the person under restraint or surveillance
2. Release the person to immigration authorities if not a citizen of the United States
3. If the person committed an offense under the authority of the CO, the CO should take such action as deemed necessary
4. All of the above
1. Keep the person under restraint or surveillance
Who must authorize the admittance of dealers or tradesmen within a command to conduct public business

1. Supply officer
2. Security officer
3. Executive officer
4. Commanding officer
4. Commanding officer
Of the following statements regarding the observance of Sunday, which one is incorrect

1. Work should not be required
2. Ships should not be sailed
3. Daily rountines should not be modified
4. Space should be designated for divine services
3. Daily routines should not be modified
To comply with Article 137 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, certain articles of the UCMJ should be explained to each enlisted person at which of the following times

1. At each reenlistment
2. After 10 months of service
3. After 12 months of service
4. After 18 months of service
1. At each reenlistment
The training and educational programs of a command should include which of the following manuals

1. Navy Regulations
2. Uniform Code of Military Justice
3. Both 1 and 2
4. Naval Military Personnel Manual
3. Both 1 and 2 above
What publication contains the procedure for delivery of Naval personnel to civil authorities

1. Naval Military Personnel Manual
2. Manual of the Judge Advocate General
3. Navy Regulations
4. Manual for Courts-Martial
2. Manual of the Judge Advocate General
The commanding officer should not allow any person representing a foreign state to search his or her ship

1. True
2. False
1. True
The commanding offcier of a shore command should refuse permission to any person representing a foreign state to remove any of his or her personnel, except under which of the following
circumstances

1. When ordered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation
2. When authorized by Federal law
3. When provided for by international agreement
4. When allowed by the Governor of the state
3. When provided for by international agreement
A shipboard commanding officer should take which of the following actions when receiving prisoners of war

1. Treat them with humanity
2. Preserve their personal property
3. Supply them with proper rations
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
In a foreign port, when, if ever should a commanding officer be subject to local customs regulations

1. When carrying cargo for a private, commercial account
2. When carrying government-owned cargo
3. When required by foreign customs officials
4. Never
1. When carrying cargo for a private, commercial account
Of the following officers, which ones do not necessarily have to be addressed by their grade

1. Line officers
2. Supply officers
3. Dental officers
4. Engineering officers
3. Dental officers
Which of the following personnel are NOT subject to naval authority

1. Those retired from the Navy with pay
2. Fleet Marine Corps reserves
3. Fleet Reserves
4. Army Reserves
4. Army Reserves
When authority is delegated when, if ever, is the person delegating relieved of all responsibility

1. When authority is properly exercised
2. When orders and instructions are properly executed
3. When the orders are given in writing
4. Never
4. Never
When embarked as a passenger, which of the following officers has authority over a commanding officer of a ship

1. Captain senior to the commanding
2. Flag officer eligible for command at sea
3. Rear Admiral
4. Captain with title of commodore
2. Flag officer eligible for command at sea
The senior patrol officer in a foreign port may be assigned all but which of the following duties

1. Assist Military personnel in relations with civil courts and police
2. Arrange for release of service personnel from civil authorities
3. Porvide services that favorably influence discipline and morale
4. Establish a sufficient patrol of personnel to maintain order of persons on liberty
4. Establish a sufficient patrol of personnel to maintain order of persons on liberty
When, if ever, should officers and enlisted personnel assigned shore patrol duty be armed

1. When on duty in a foreign country
2. When on duty in the United States
3. When prescribed by the senior officer present
4. Never
3. When prescribed by the senior officer present
Which of the following publications provides guidance in performing the duties of an MA

1. SORM
2. JAGMAN
3. U.S. Navy Regulations
4. Each of the above
1. SORM
Which of the following actions is NOT a watchstanding principle

1. Receiving indoctrination and training
2. Devoting full attention to duty
3. Reviewing emergency procedures
4. Failing to report violations
4. Failing to report violations
Of the following general regulations, which one is NOT considered as most pertinent to the Master-at-Arms

1. UCMJ
2. Security Manual
3. Command instruction
4. U.S. Navy regulations
2. Security Manual
Except in emergencies, who must give permission to use the general announcing system(1MC)

1. Officer of the deck
2. Command duty officer
3. Chief boatswain's mate of the watch
4. Chief Master-at-Arms
1. Officer of the deck
Who should maintain custody of alcoholic beverages in transit on board ship

1. Supply officer
2. Security officer
3. Marine guard
4. Chief Master-at-Arms
1. Supply officer
Who is authorized to sign requests for the issue of alcohol on board ships

1. Division chief
2. Department head
3. Division officer
4. Executive officer
1. Department head
Of the following statements regarding a member's responsibility for the Armed Forces Identification Card, which one is false

1. Only one card may be possessed
2. An erased or altered card may not be possessed
3. The card is not required when on leave, leave papers are suffice
4. The loss of a card should be reported immediately
3. The card is not required when on leave, leave papers are suffice
While on liberty, a sailor is detained by civil authorities. With whom should this sailor quickly communicate

1. Department head
2. Division officer
3. Officer of the deck
4. Division leading chief
3. Officer of the deck
When you conduct reveille, all late sleepers should turn out at what time

1. 0630
2. 0700
3. 0730
4. 0800
2. 0700
At which of the following times are card games NOT authorized to be played

1. During working hours
2. During divine services
3. Between taps and reveille
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Who has the responsibility to check the medical quarantine list and deny liberty and leave to individuals on the list

1. Department head
2. Medical officer
3. Division officer
4. Chief Master-at-Arms
3. Division officer
When a ship arrives in the United States after visiting a foreign port, who is responsible for accurately completing customs declarations prior to the ship's arrival

1. Leading chief only
2. Legal officer
3. Each individual
4. Administrative officer only
3. Each individual
When privately owned electrical equipment is brought aboard ship for use, who must approve it

1. Safety Officer
2. Operations officer
3. Engineering officer
4. Executive officer
3. Engineering officer
If a messcook contracts a veneral disease, the messcook must be treated and

1. Placed on report
2. Placed on restriction
3. Removed from mess duty
4. Placed in quarantine
3. Removed for mess duty
Hitchhiking is authorized for all naval personnel on or off base

1. True
2. False
2. False
Which of the following individuals is responsible for having a person who returns to the ship intoxicated examined by a medical officer

1. Leading chief
2. Division officer
3. Command duty officer
4. Chief Master-at-Arms
3. Command duty officer
When an individual returns to the ship intoxicated and creates a disturbance or becomes dangerous, where should he be placed

1. In the brig
2. In the sick bay
3. Under protective restraint
4. Under guard
3. Under protective restraint
Who specifically designates authority to operate a government-owned motor vehicle

1. Executive officer
2. Commanding officer
3. Transportation chief
4. Transportation officer
3. Commanding officer
Who should take custody of all narcotics and other controlled substances authorized for medical purposes

1. Weapons officer
2. Medical officer
3. Supply officer
4. Executive officer
2. Medical officer
At least how often should all narcotics and dangerous drugs be inventoried by a special inventory board

1. Weekly
2. Monthly
3. Quarterly
4. Semiannually
2. Monthly
Who must approve issuing petitions or publications on board ship

1. Chief of Naval Operations
2. Secretaty of the Navy
3. Commanding officer
4. Department head
3. Commanding officer
When may a commander prohibit assemblies, congregations, or group discussions by off-duty personnel

1. When they interfere with the safety of the ship
2. When they present a clear danger to morale or discipline
3. When classified information is at risk
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Who must give permission prior to any person taking pictures of a naval unit or its equipment

1. Division officer
2. Executive officer
3. Commanding officer
4. Adminstrative officer
3. Commanding officer
Who is responsible for publishing the plan of the day

1. Executive officer
2. Personnel officer
3. Commanding officer
4. Adminstrative officer
1. Executive officer
In accordance with OPNAVINST 6240.3, the prohibited zone for discharging trash extends seaward for a total of how many miles

1. 25
2. 50
3. 75
4. 100
2. 50
Who must authorize the temporary removal of department publications from a naval unit

1. Executive officer
2. Supply officer
3. Cognizant officer
4. Department head
3. Cognizant officer
Personally owned small arms brought aboard a naval unit for transportation purposes will be turned in to which of the following persons for custody

1. Division officer
2. Supply officer
3. First Lieutenant
4. Leading chief
3. First Lieutenant
Which of following actions is/are prohibited

1. Accepting money from a person in return for a service that is performed in the line of duty
2. Giving money to a person for a service performed in the line of duty
3. Making an alteration to equipment without explicit permission
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
No person may purchase a dangerous weapon prohibited by Navy Regulations in any port outside the United States unless authorized in writing by the commanding officer

1. True
2. False
1. True