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21 Cards in this Set

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article 15 of the UCMJ
commanding officer’s nonjudicial punishment
is a benefit provided for the convenience or enjoyment of
an individual
UCMJ is an appendix of the?
Manual for Courts-Martial.
NAVPERS 1626/7
standard Navy report chit,
Report and Disposition of Offense(s)
When placing a person on report, you may orally notify the COC.
1. True
2. False
(1) Placing a person on report means letting
the proper authority know of the apparent misconduct. Your notification can be oral or in the form of a written report.
Under article 31,UCMJ, an official must inform
all suspects of the charges against them and of their right to remain silent.
under article 138 of theUCMJ
theUCMJ“any member of the armed forces who believes himself wronged by his commanding officer, and who, upon due application to that commanding officer, is refused
redress, may complain to any superior commissioned officer
What is the first step a petty officer must do
when considering a complaint of wrong?
1. Tell the commanding officer
2. Seek advice from someone in authority
3. Put in a request chit
4. Start a preliminary investigation
(2) A complaint of wrong is a very serious charge and should not be made lightly. The first step is to seek advice from someone in
consists of one commissioned officer. If there is only one
commissioned officer with the command, that officer acts as the summary court officer. A summary court can award any sentence that may be given at mast. It also can award the additional punishments of
confinement for 1 month, hard labor without confinement for 45 days, restriction for 2 months, or forfeiture of two-thirds pay per month for 1 month.
summary court-martial (SCM)
consists of not less than three members. can award a bad-conduct discharge, confinement for 6
months, loss of two-thirds pay per month for 6 months,
and hard labor without confinement for 3 months
special court-martial (SPCM)
consists of a military judge and not less than five members. can award any punishment not forbidden by the UCMJ, including death when specifically authorized
for the offense
general court-martial (GCM)
Who decides which type of court-martial to
1. Accuser
2. Accused
3. Executive officer
4. Commanding officer
(4) The captain decides the type of court martial to award based on the nature, time, and place of the offense based on article 16
of the UCMJ.
Chevrons on rating badges for men, E-4 through E-6, measure
3 1/4 inches
Chevrons on women’s rating badges measure
2 1/2 inches wide and their rating insignia are three
fourths of the size of men’s insignia.
device is centered on the front of the ball cap
1 1/4 inches above the visor
Chevrons on rating badges worn on the pea coat of both male and female Sailors measure 3 1/4 inches wide.
1. True
2. False
(1) Although male and female rating badges are different sizes on other uniforms, the rating badge on the pea coat is the same size.
Hair above the ears and around the neck will be tapered from the lower hairline upward at least
3/4 inch
Hair will be no longer than and groomed so that it does not touch the ears or collar
4 inches
Sideburns cannot extend below the
middle of the ear.
Fingernails must not exceed inch measured from the tip of the finger.
While in uniform women may wear both a
necklace and a choker.
1. True
2. False
(2) While in uniform, women may use one
necklace or choker, but it must not be visible.