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The results of mast on an officer are officially recorded in what manner

1. Page 13 entry in the service record
2. Page 7 entry in the service record
3. By submission of a special fitness report on the officer
4. Letter report to PER-82 via the first flag officer in the chain of command
4. Letter report to PERS-82 via the first flag officer in the chain of command
The unit punishment book contains a record of all NJP hearings conducted by a command

1. True
2. False
1. True
When should the NAVPERS Form 1626/7 be used for the entry in the unit punishment book

1. When all service record entries have been made
2. When the accused has served all imposed punishment
3. When all administrative actions have been completed
4. When the punishment has been published in the POD
3. When all administrative actions have completed
When a CO refers a case from mast to a court-martial, what service record entry, if any, must be made

1. Page 2 entry
2. Page 9 entry
3. Page 13 entry
4. None
4. None
When a forfeiture is imposed at NJP, what enlisted service record pages must be prepared

1. 7 and 9 only
2. 6,9, and 13 only
3. 7,9,and 13 only
4. 6,7,9, and 13
1. 7 and 9 only
Drug abuse has a particularly important consequence for the Armed Forces for what reason

1. Members of the Armed Force have a special dependency on each other
2. The punishment for drug abuse in the military service is more severe
3. The military services invest a great deal in training
4. Drug abuse is under a different set of laws in the Armed Forces
1. Members of the Armed Forces have a special dependency on each other
What year did the Navy change is drug policy to fully support a zero tolerance to drug abuse

1. 1979
2. 1982
3. 1987
4. 1992
4. 1992
What is the maximum punishment for the possession of Schedule 4 and 5 controlled substances

1. Confinement for 5 years and a dishonorable discharge
2. Confinement for 5 years and a bad conduct discharge
3. Confinement for 10 years and a dishonorable discharge
4. Confinement for 10 years adn a bad conduct discharge
3. Confinement for 10 years and a dishonorable discharge
Which of the following approaches to the potential drug abuser is becoming recognized as a valuable tool in fighting the drug problem

1. Administrative discharge
2. Punitive action
3. Peer pressure
4. Education
4. Education
Of the following drugs, which one is an example of an abused nonnarcotic

1. Opium
2. Herion
3. Morphine
4. Amphetamines
4. Amphetamines
The Drug Abuse Control Amendments were added to the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act during what year

1. 1938
2. 1962
3. 1965
4. 1966
1. 1938
The purpose of the Drug Abuse Control Amendments was to eliminate traffic in which of the following drugs

1. Amphetamines and barbiturates only
2. Amphetamines, barbiturates, and marijuana only
3. Marijuana only
4. Narcotics and nonnarcotics
1. Amphetamines and barbiturates only
The Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs (BNDD) is now known as what agency

1. ATF
2. DEA
3. FDA
4. NCIS
2. DEA
Since 1968, drug abuse has grown at an especially high rate in which of the following countries

1. France
2. Japan
3. Mexico
4. United States
4. United States
Opium and heroin

1. Hypnotic
2. Dangerous drugs
3. Narcotics
4. Sedative
3. Narcotics
Nonnarcotic substances having a potential for abuse because of their depressant or stimulant effect on the central nervous system

1. Hypnotic
2. Dangerous drugs
3. Narcotics
4. Sedative
2. Dangerous drugs
A sleep-inducing agent

1. Hypnotic
2. Dangerous drugs
3. Narcotics
4. Sedative
1. Hypnotic
An agent that quiets activity

1. Hypnotic
2. Dangerous drugs
3. Narcotics
4. Sedative
4. Sedative
Methadone

1. Hypnotic
2. Dangerous drugs
3. Narcotics
4. Sedative
3. Narcotics
Stimilants are used to treat which of the following medical problems

1. Tension
2. Anxiety
3. Overweight
4. Malnutrition
3. Overweight
Which of the following types of drugs calm and sedate
1. Stimulants
2. Depressants
3. Both 1 and 2
4. Hallucinogens
2. Depressants
Distortions of time, space and sound are sometimes caused by which of the following types of drugs

1. Hallucinogens
2. Depressants
3. Stimulants
4. Hypnotic
1. Hallucinogens
Delirium is characterized by which of the following conditions

1. Sleep
2. Vomiting
3. Mental excitement
4. Drug user spree
3. Mental excitement
A person who illegally used drugs for kicks falls under what category of drug abuse

1. Drug tolerance
2. Drug compulsive
3. Drug addict
4. Drug user spree
4. Drug user spree
A drug addict's activities revolves almost entirely around drug experiences and securing supplies

1. True
2. False
1. True
To be termed a drug addict, a person must have which of the following conditions present

1. A tolerance for the drug
2. A psychological or compulsive dependence
3. Withdrawal symptoms in the absence of the drug
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
Physiological adaptation of the body to the presence of the drug is described by what term

1. Drug abuse
2. Drug dependence
3. Physical dependence
4. Psychological dependence
3. Physical dependence
An attachment to drug use that arises from a drug's ability to satisfy some emotional need of an individual is known by what term

1. Drug abuse
2. Drug dependence
3. Physical dependence
4. Psychological dependence
4. Psychological dependence
Which of the following terms describes a major mental disorder

1. Psychosis
2. Delirium
3. Convulsions
4. Narcotics
1. Pyschosis
A state arising from repeated administrations of a drug

1. Potentiation
2. Habituation
3. Drug dependence
4. Tolerance
3. Drug dependence
A need to increase the dosage of drugs to maintain the same effect

1. Potentiation
2. Habituation
3. Drug dependence
4. Tolerance
4. Tolerance
When the combined action of two or more drugs is greater than the sum of the effects of each drug taken alone

1. Potentiation
2. Habituation
3. Drug dependence
4. Tolerance
1. Potentiation
As a result of the repeated consumption of a drug, a condition that includes little or no tendency to increase the dose

1. Potentiation
2. Habituation
3. Drug dependence
4. Tolerance
2. Habituation
Can be very useful in certain medical procedures, but may also be dangerous

1. Potentiation
2. Habituation
3. Drug dependence
4. Tolerance
1. Potentiation
A person wrongfully furnishes another person small quantities of illegal drugs, more for the convenience of the user than profit, is known by what term

1. Supplier
2. Small dealer
3. Casual supplier
4. Experimental dealer
3. Casual supplier
Which of the following is a way to place a controlled substance on the FSCA

1. Administrative acts passed by Congress
2. Legislative acts passed by Congress
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. Administrative procedures through DEA
3. Both 1 and 2 above
What act, passed by congress in 1988, allows for the regulation of certain chemicals used in the making of controlled substances

1. Federal Controlled Substance Act
2. Chemical Diversion and Trafficking Act
3. Comprehensive Drug Abuse ACt
4. Chemical and Substance Abuse Prevention Act
2. Chemical Diversion and Trafficking Act
Under 21 USC Section 811, the FCSA classified drugs into a total of how many schedules

1. 5
2. 8
3. 10
4. 12
1. 5
Which of the following sources may petition to add, delete, or change the schelude of a drug

1. A drug manufacturer
2. A government agency
3. A medical society
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
Which of the following factors determines the schedule in which a drug or other substance should be placed

1. The drug's potential for abuse
2. The scientific evidence of the drugs pharmacological effects
3. The scope, duration, and significance of abuse
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Has a currently accepted medical use with severe restrictions

1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
2. 2
Has no currently accepted medical use in treatment

1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
1. 1
Abuse of drug may lead to limited psychological dependence

1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
4. 4
Abuse of drug may lead to moderate physical dependence

1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
3. 3
Drugs that have the lowest potential for abuse are found under what schedule

1. 1
2. 2
3. 5
4. 4
3. 5
When DEA determine that a drug or substance be controlled, a proposal is published in which of the following books

1. Federal Register
2. Drug abuse and their signs
3. Physician's desk reference
4. Federal drug control manual
1. Federal Register
Once the final order is published in the Federal Register, interested parties have a maximum of how many days to appeal the scheduling of a drug

1. 15
2. 30
3. 60
4. 90
2. 30
In 1984, what act amended the FCSA to allow the administrator of the DEA to temporarily place a substance into schedule 1

1. Dangerous Drugs Act
2. Drug Enforcement Act
3. Controlled Narcotics Act
4. Comprehensive Crime Control Act
4. Comprehensive Crime Control Act
May a temporary scheduling order be extended. If so, for a maximum of how long

1. Yes, 2 mo
2. Yes, 4 mo
3. Yes, 6 mo
4. No
3. Yes, 6 mo
What 1986 act created a new class of substances known as controlled substances analogues

1. Anti-Drug Abuse Act
2. Comprehensive Crime Control Act
3. Controlled Substance Act
4. Dangerous Drugs Act
1. Anti-Drug Abuse act
In what year did Congress ratify the treaty, Convention on Psychotropic
Substances

1. 1971
2. 1975
3. 1980
4. 1989
3. 1980
Any person who handles controlled substances must obtain a registration issued by the DEA

1. True
2. False
1. True
FCSA requires that all controlled substances be inventoried at least how often

1. 30 days
2. 6 mo
3. 1 yr
4. 2 yr
4. 2 yr
Which of the following schedules of drugs requires the supplier to have a special order form from the customer

1. 1
2. 2
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. 5
3. Both 1 and 2 above
The determination to place drugs on a prescription is within whose jurisdicition

1. AMA
2. DEA
3. FDA
4. HHS
3. FDA
Of the following schedule combinations, which one must be stored in specially constructed vaults

1. 1 and 2
2. 1 and 3
3. 2 and 4
4. 3 and 5
1. 1 and 2
Of the following properties, which one basically determines the federal trafficking penalties

1. The quality
2. The schedule
3. The weight
4. The purpose
2. The schedule
An MA wishing to identify a tablet should consult what section of the Physicians Desk Reference (PDR)

1. Tablet
2. Product
3. Manufacturer
4. Reference
2. Product
What type of book is the PDR

1. Drug abuse guide
2. Pharmaceutical catalog
3. Medical reference book
4. Medical indentification manual
3. Medical reference book
When comparing a capsule to the photos in the PDR, should one always assume that the contents of the capsule are those spplied by the manufacturer

1. True
2. False
2. False
MA's most commonly obtain a PRD in which of the following ways

1. By obtaining a preceding year's copy from a physician
2. From a local NCIS office
3. By subscription
3. From a Navy hospital
1. By obtaining a preceding year's copy from a physician
The stimulant cocaine is a narcotic by legal definition

1. True
2. False
1. True
When used as an analgesic, narcotics provide what type of relief, if any

1. Physical only
2. Psychic only
3. Physical and psychic
4. None
3. Physical and psychic
To say someone is "skin-popping" means that an individual is injecting in what way

1. Intravenously
2. Intramuscularly
3. Intravascularly
4. Subcutaneously
4. Subcutaneously
Narcotics tend to have which of the following physical effects on users

1. Increased physical activity
2. Reduced vision
3. Enlarged pupils
4. Diarrhea
2. Reduced vision
When a user of narcotics is deprived of the drug, when are the first withdrawal signs experienced

1. Shortly before the next scheduled dose
2. Shortly after the next scheduled dose
3. Several hours after the next scheduled dose
4. At least 1 day after the next schedule dose
1. Shortly before the next scheduled dose
Without treatment, withdrawal symptoms disappear in how many days

1. 3 to 5
2. 4 to 6
3. 7 to10
12 to 14
3. 7 to 10
Because drug addicts tend to neglect themselves, they often suffer from which of the following disorders

1. Malnutrition
2. Infection
3. Injury
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
The main source of nonsynthetic narcotics is from what plant

1. Mushroom
2. Fern
3. Coca
4. Poppy
4. Poppy
What type of odor , if any, does raw opium have

1. Musty
2. Sweet
3. Pungent
4. None
3. Pungent
Morphine is derived form what source

1. Heroin
2. Opium
3. Codeine
4. Paregoric
2. Opium
On the illicit market, morphine usually appears in which of the following forms

1. Powder
2. Tablet
3. Liquid
4. Capsule
1. Powder
Morphine has what type of odor, if any

1. Musty
2. Sweet
3. Pungent
4. None
4. None
Codeine is found in the market in which of the following forms

1. Tablet
2. Liquid
3. Capsule
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Thebaine produces a depressant effect

1. True
2. False
2. False