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CMEO is an equal opportunity
management system controlled
primarily at which of the following
l e v e l s ?
1. Command
2. Secretary of Defense
3. Secretary of the Navy
4. Chief of Naval Operations
1. Command
Which of the following supervisors
supports the Navy’s Equal
Opportunity program?
1. The one who relates positively
and directly with all people
e q u a l l y
2. The one who only listens to one
point of view
3. The one who stereotypes people
4. The one who feels it necessary
to intimidate some people to
achieve goals
1. The one who relates positively
and directly with all people
e q u a l l y
To manage and supervise people
effectively, you must have which of
the following leadership skills?
1. The ability to ignore conflicts
among various groups
2. The ability to listen to and
understand what people have to
say
3. The ability to place people in
correct racial, ethnic, and
religious categories
4. The ability to substitute
generalized ideas about people
when you aren’t sure of their
motives
2. The ability to listen to and
understand what people have to
say
To help your subordinates grow both
personally and professionally, you
must use which of the following
supervisory practices?
1. Provide timely feedback on
performance
2. Provide on-the-job training
3. Identify their strengths and
weaknesses
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
If a person commits an act of
arbitrary discrimination, the
commanding officer may take which
of the following disciplinary
actions?
1. Assign lower evaluation marks
2. Award nonjudicial punishment
3. Submit a recommendation for
separation
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
The Navy Rights and
Responsibilities workshop is
conducted by which of the following
groups?
1. Command Training Team (CTT)
2. Command Assessment Team (CAT)
3. Command Rights and
Responsibilities Team
4. Striker Board
1. Command Training Team (CTT)
Which of the following subjects is
NOT covered during the Navy Rights
and Responsibilities workshop?
1. Navy Regulations
2. Combatant skills
3. Enlistment contract
4. Grievance and redress
2. Combatant skills
Information concerning equal
opportunity contained in command
records may NOT be obtained through
which of the following methods?
1. Surveys
2. Training
3. Interviews
4. Observations
2. Training
What two methods of data collecting
by the CAT require other data
sources to be used to draw
conclusions and produce findings
that can be validly interpreted?
1. Command records and Interviews
2. Interviews and observations
3. Observations and surveys
4. Surveys and interviews
3. Observations and surveys
Nonjudicial punishment is better
known in the Navy by which of the
following titles?
1. Mast
2. Court-martial
3. Captains mast
4. Executive officers
investigation
3. Captains mast
Without using court-martial
intervention. what article of the
UCMJ empowers a commanding officer
to impose punishment for minor
offenses on both officer and
enlisted personnel?
1. 5
2. 10
3. 15
4. 20
3. 15
Under the UCMJ, punishment must be
imposed within 2 years of the
o f f e n s e .
1. True
2. False
1. True
The Report and Disposition of
Offense(s), NAVPERS 1626/7,
contains all of the following
information except
1. preliminary inquiry report
2. action of the XO at screening
mast
3. record of any pre-mast
restraint
4. all of the required pre-mast
advice that must be given to
the accused
4. all of the required pre-mast
advice that must be given to
the accused
Who must ensure that within a
reasonable amount of time of the
report of an offense that the
accused is fully advised of his or
her rights concerning a possible
NJP?
1. Legal officer
2. Chief Master-at-Arms
3. Officer contemplating imposing
NJP
4. Department head and division
officer of the accused
3. Officer contemplating imposing
NJP
Your rights are found under what
UCMJ article?
1. 15
2. 31
3. 37
4. 38
2. 31
The preliminary inquiry officer
(PIO) completes what section of the
NAVPERS 1626/7?
1. C
2. E
3. G
4. I
2. E
Under article 15 of the UCMJ, the
commanding officer has how many
punishments identified that he or
she can impose at mast?
1. 3
2. 6
3. 9
4. 12
3. 9
Restriction is the least severe
form of deprivation of liberty.
1. True
2. False
1. True
Arrest in quarters may only be
imposed on which of the following
naval personnel?
1. E-1 through E-9
2. W-2 through W-4
3. 0-1 through 0-10
4. Both 2 and 3 above
4. Both 2 and 3 above
Confinement on bread and water has
a maximum duration of how many
days?
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
3. 3
Which of the following punishments
i s considered the most severe form of NJP
1. Correctional custody
2. Reduction in grade
3. Forfeiture of pay
4. Restriction
2. Reduction in grade
Under article 15 of the UCMJ, you
have how many days to appeal the
punishment awarded to you if you
feel that it was unjust or
disproportionate?
1. 5
2. 10
3. 15
4. 20
1. 5
Which of the following terms
describes the Navy’s recognition
that drug and alcohol abuse is
incompatible with the Navy’s effort
to instill pride and
professionalism?
1. Zero defects
2. Zero tolerance
3. Screening with meaning
4. Self-referrals preferable
2. Zero tolerance
Why has the Navy taken a firm stand
against drug abuse?
1. Drug abuse undermines combined readiness
2. Drug abuse is costly in lost man-hours
3. Drug abuse causes the loss of morale and esprit de corps
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
What is the most valuable detection
and deterrence tool used by the
Navy to identify drug abusers?
1. Annual physicals
2. Urinalysis testing
3. Drug detection dogs
4. Undercover military police
2. Urinalysis testing
Each urinalysis sample is tested
how many minimum number of times by
one of the Navy’s drug screening
laboratories?
1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Five
3. Three
Under the Navy’s policy for drug
abusers, which of the following
actions is taken if a PO2 commits a
drug abuse offense?
1. The person is screened for drug
dependency
2. The person is afforded
in-service residential
treatment
3. The person is processed for
immediate separation
4. The person is given a waiver if
he or she has exhibited
exceptional service
3. The person is processed for
immediate separation
A drug abuser deeply under the
influence of narcotics displays
which of the following
characteristics?
1. Anxiety
2. Lethargy
3. Lucidity
4. H o s t i l i t y
2. Lethargy
Which of the following
paraphernalia found in a locker is
an indication that the person is a
narcotics abuser?
1. Bent spoons
2. Eyedroppers
3. Cotton balls
4 . A l l o f t h e a b o v e
4 . All of the above
A person who abuses heroin develops
a tolerance for the drug. How does
this tolerance affect the person’s
reaction to the drug?
1. The drug no longer has an
effect on the person’s central
nervous system
2. Larger doses are required for
the same effect
3. Smaller doses are required for
the same effect
4. The drug no longer has an
effect on the person’s
bloodstream
2. Larger doses are required for
the same effect
Normally, which of the following
signs is the first emotional
reaction following a dose of
heroin?
1. A feeling of relief
2. A state of inactivity
3. A state of extreme stress
4. A feeling of weightlessness
1. A feeling of relief
Drinking a large amount of cough
medication is a common method of
abusing which of the following
drugs?
1. Opium
2. Heroin
3. Codeine
4. Morphine
3. Codeine
A drug abuser who suffers long
periods of time without sleeping or
eating is probably abusing which of
the following types of drugs?
1. Alcohol
2. Narcotics
3. Stimulants
4. Depressants
3. Stimulants
A person who has taken an overdose
of cocaine may experience which of
the following reactions?
1. Death
2. Anxiety
3. Euphoria
4. Excitation
1. Death
Which of the following drugs can
cause the heart or arteries to
burst and cause a massive coronary?
1. Crack
2. Codeine
3. Amphetamines
4. Phencyclidine
1. Crack
Which of the following drugs is
abused on the pretense of weight
control?
1. Marijuana
2. Methadone
3. Amphetamines
4. Phencyclidine
3. Amphetamines
Abuse of which of the following
types of drugs results in the
appearance of alcohol intoxication,
but without the odor of alcohol on
the breath?
1. Narcotics
2. Stimulants
3. Depressants
4. Hallucinogens
3. Depressants
Depressant overdoses, when taken
with alcohol, may result in which
of the following conditions?
1. Death
2. Articulate speech
3. Mellow disposition
4. Keen sense of humor
1. Death
Abuse of which of the following
types of drugs may result in
reoccurring effects months after
the drug has been taken?
1. Hallucinogens
2. Depressants
3. Stimulants
4. Narcotics
1. Hallucinogens
Which of the following indicators
is one of the dangers to the
hallucinogen abuser?
1. A change in sleeping habits
2. A change in the mental
c o n d i t i o n
3. The physical dependence created
by the drug
4. The unpredictability of the
effects of the drug
4. The unpredictability of the
effects of the drug
Which of the following conditions
is an indicator of a marijuana
abuser presently under the
influence of the substance?
1. Loud and rapid talking
2. Great bursts of laughter
3. In a stupor or seems sleepy
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
The effects of marijuana on the
emotions and senses of the user
depend on which of the following
f a c t o r s ?
1. The amount and strength of the
substance
2. The social setting and expected
e f f e c t s
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. The DNA structure of the user
3. Both 1 and 2 above
Volatile chemical abuse is usually
indicated by which of the following
conditions?
1. Constricted pupils
2. Clear whites of the eyes
3. White substance around the
n o s t r i l s
4. Smell of the chemical on the
breath
4. Smell of the chemical on the
breath
Which of the following personnel
are subject to participation in the
urinalysis testing program?
1. Officer personnel under the age
of 25 only
2. Enlisted personnel in paygrades
E-4 and below only
3. Enlisted personnel only,
regardless of rank or age
4. All enlisted and officer
personnel, regardless of the
rank or age
4. All enlisted and officer
personnel, regardless of the
rank or age
Which of the following persons must
have prior knowledge of a drug
detection dog inspection or search?
1. The dog handler
2. The commanding officer
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. All personnel involved in the
search
3. Both 1 and 2 above
Which of the following types of
behavior could be a positive clue
that a person is abusing some form
of drugs?
1. Wanting to sell a stereo system
and TV set at the same time
2. Repeatedly showing symptoms
associated with drug abuse
3. Botching a job when it is known
that the person is usually a
top performer
4. Keeping tablets, capsules, or
other forms of drugs in one’s
l o c k e r
2. Repeatedly showing symptoms
associated with drug abuse
The number one drug problem in the
United States is the abuse of which
of the following substances?
1. Alcohol
2. C o c a i n e
3. Marijuana
4. Barbiturates
1. Alcohol
Alcohol is classified as what type
of drug?
1. Hallucinogen
2. Depressant
3. Stimulant
4. Narcotic
2. Depressant
Which of the following
characteristics or symptoms
identifies a person suffering from
alcoholism?
1. Physical dependence
2. Psychological dependence
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. Infrequent consumption
3. Both 1 and 2 above
All Navy supervisors should be
familiar with the Navy’s policy
regarding alcoholism as outlined in
the OPNAVINST on alcohol and drug
abuse prevention and control. What
is the purpose of this instruction
with regard to alcohol abuse?
1. To discourage the use of
alcohol
2. To acknowledge the Navy’s
responsibility for counseling
and to aid alcoholics in
recovery
3. To publish the disciplinary
action that may be taken
against a known alcoholic
4. To set limits on the amount of
alcohol that may be consumed
before a person is considered a
problem drinker
2. To acknowledge the Navy’s
responsibility for counseling
and to aid alcoholics in
recovery
When, if ever, would the promotion
prospects of a recovered alcoholic
be affected?
1. If the recovered alcoholic
attended a rehabilitation
program
2. If misconduct or poor
performance resulted from
alcoholism
3. If the recovered alcoholic is
still attending AA meetings
4. Never
2. If misconduct or poor
performance resulted from
alcoholism
For which of the following reasons
does alcohol quickly affect the
central nervous system?
1. It is rapidly absorbed by the
kidneys
2. It remains in the digestive
tract for long periods
3. It is immediately absorbed into
the bloodstream
4. It is metabolized at a faster
rate as more is consumed
3. It is immediately absorbed into
the bloodstream
What indicator is used by most
states to determine whether or not
a person is intoxicated?
1. Slurred speech
2. Blood-alcohol level
3. Poor motor coordination
4. Number of drinks consumed
2. Blood-alcohol level
In the chronic stages of
alcoholism, tolerance decreases
markedly until the victim may
become drunk on relatively small
amounts of alcohol.
1. True
2. False
1. True
In which of the following ways does
alcohol, when taken in combination
with other drugs, affect the body?
1. The other drug is metabolized
quicker than the alcohol and
has no effect
2. The other drug is metabolized
slower than the alcohol and
remains active for longer
periods
3. The alcohol counteracts the
other drug, causing little, if
any, effect on the body
4. Both work as a stimulant and
cause severe hyperactivity
2. The other drug is metabolized
slower than the alcohol and
remains active for longer
periods
Which of the following long-term
effects can be expected by a person
who is a heavy drinker for a
prolonged period of time?
1. Lowered resistance to
infectious diseases
2. Damage to the major organs of
the body
3. Deterioration of memory and
judgement
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
One definition of a problem drinker
is one who must drink to function
or to cope with life. How does the
Navy define “alcoholism”?
1. Complying with ordinary social
drinking customs
2. Drinking alcohol even though
under the state-approved age
for purchasing alcoholic
beverages
3. Depending on alcohol
psychologically and/or
physiologically
4. Doing something under the
influence of alcohol that would
not normally be done
3. Depending on alcohol
psychologically and/or
physiologically
Many definitions are used to
describe problem drinking or
alcoholism. Which of the following
statements describes an alcoholic?
1. A person who depends on alcohol
to help him or her function in
everyday life
2. A person who depends on friends
to purchase alcohol
3. A person who frequents bars for
the purpose of getting drunk
4. A person who thinks that he or
she must drink to be accepted
1. A person who depends on alcohol
to help him or her function in
everyday life
Which of the following statements
is true concerning the diagnosing of
alcoholism?
1. It is often slow to be
recognized
2. It is an easily identifiable
disease
3. It is usually diagnosed in the
early stage
4. It is a simple procedure if
caught in the early stages of
problem drinking
1. It is often slow to be
recognized
What treatment technique does the
Navy use in returning an alcoholic
to a useful and productive life?
1. A treatment that is developed
by the command
2. A treatment that must be
developed by the individual
3. One that matches the needs of
the person to the appropriate
therapy
4. One that provides treatment and
appropriate disciplinary action
for each case
3. One that matches the needs of
the person to the appropriate
therapy
Which of the following social
stigmas is usually attached to an
a l c o h o l i c ?
1. Alcoholism only affects the
poor and uneducated
2. Alcoholism is a moral weakness
rather than an illness
3. Alcoholism is a treatable
disease only in its earlier
stages
4. Alcoholism only affects people
who are social outcasts
2. Alcoholism is a moral weakness
rather than an illness
Alcohol abuse prevention is the
responsibility of which of the
following persons?
1. The individual
2. The commanding officer
3. The Chief of Naval Education
and Training
4. The master chief petty officer
of the Navy
1. The individual
Which of the following actions can
commands take to help eliminate
practices and customs that
encourage personnel to drink?
1. Emphasize moderation
2. Provide educational programs
3. Ensure adequate quantities of
nonalcoholic beverages
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
What is the maximum time a person
may be assigned to a Level II
counseling program?
1. 6 months
2. 2 months
3. 6 weeks
4. 4 weeks
4. 4 weeks
Navy personnel who have a drinking
problem can receive which of the
following types of care from a Navy
hospital?
1. Evaluation
2. Detoxification
3. Primary rehabilitation
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Who is responsible to the
commanding officer for carrying out
the policies of the Navy Drug and
Alcohol Abuse Program (NADAP)?
1. DAPA
2. CAAC
3. ARD
4. NAVALREHCEN
1. DAPA
The Navy operates how many alcohol
rehabilitation centers
(NAVALREHCEN)?
1. 5
2. 6
3. 3
4. 4
4. 4
As a supervisor faced with a drug
or alcohol problem caused by one of
your division personnel, which of
the following helping resources can
you turn to for advice and
assistance?
1. The chaplain
2. The command master chief
3. The senior personnel around you
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above