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Who is responsible for ensuring the U.S. Navy Regulations conform to the current needs of the Department of the Navy?
Chief of Naval Operations
What do the first two digits of the article indicate?
The chapter of the Navy regs from which the article was taken.
Precedence of Officers
1002
Publishing and Posting Orders and Regulations
0818
Relative Rank and Precedence of Officers of Different Services
1003
Upon the request of any person on active duty in the armed services, the following publications shall be made available for that person's personal examination: UCMJ, Manual for Courts-Martial, Navy Regs, Manual of the JAG, Marine Corps Manual (for Marine Corp personnel), and Naval Military Personnel Manual (for Navy personnel) or Marine Corps Personnel Manual (for Marine personnel)"
0818
Manner of Addressing Officers
1010
Dealings with Foreigners
0917
Exercise of Authority
1020
Officers of the Naval Service
1001
Authoruty Over Subordinates
1021
What article gives officers the authority necessary to perform their duties?
1021
Authority in a Boat
1033
Delegation of Authority
1022
Article 1033, Authority in a Boat, provides what person authority over all persons emabrked in a boat?
The senior line officer eligible for command at sea.
Abuse of Authority
1023
Authority and Reaponsibility of a Senior Officer Under Certain Circumstances
1034
Contradictory and Conflicting Orders
1024
Authority of Warrant Officers, Noncommissioned Officers and Petty Officers
1037
Authority of an Officer in Command
1025
Authority of a Sentry
1038
Orders to Active Service
1052
Treatment and Release of Prisoners
1104
Who's permission must be obtained before one can be ordered to active service?
Chief of Naval Personnel
A person in confinement must not be subjected to cruel or unusual treatment.These persons must be visited at least how often to check on their condition and to care for their needs?
Every 4 hours
Detail of Enlisted Persons for Certain Duties
1064
Places of Confinement
1105
Demand for Court Martial
1101
Standards of Conduct
1110
Limitations on Certain Punishments
1102
True or False:
All Department of the Navy personnel are expected to conduct themselves in accordance with the highest standards of personal and professional integrity and ethics.
True. Article 1110, Standards of Conduct
Pecinary Dealings with Enlisted Persons
1111
Disclosure, Publication and Security of Offical Information
1121
Lending Money and Engaging in a trade or Business
1112
Adverse Matter in Officer Fitness Reports and Enlisted Evaluation Reports
1122
Naval personnel must not lend money to another member of the armed services at an interest rate, for the period of the loan, that exceeds 18 percent simple interest per year. What is this concidered?
Usery
Inspection of the Record of a Person in the Naval Service
1125
Endorsement of Commercial product or Process
1113
Correction of Naval Records
1126
Report of Fraud
1115
Control of Offical Records
1127
Records of Fitness
1129
Foreign Religious Institutions
1136
Compliance with Lawful Orders
1132
Obligation to Report Offenses
1137
Language Relecting on a Superior
1133
Responsibilities Concerning Marijuana, Narcotics and Other Controlled Substances
1138
Exchange of Duty
1134
Capture by an Enemy
1140
Relations with Foreign Nations
1135
Unavoidable Separation from a Command
1142
Report of a Communicable Disease
1143
Suggestions for Improvement
1152
Immunization
1144
Communications to the Congress
1154
Service Examinations
1145
Dealings with Members of Congress
1155
Redress of Wrong Committed by a Superior
1150
Forwarding Individual Requests
1156
Direct Communication with the Commanding Officer
1151
Leave and Liberty
1157
Possession of Weapons
1159
Sexual Harassment
1166
Possession of Government Property
1160
Supremacist Activities
1167
Alcoholic Beverages
1162
Equal Opportunity and Treatment
1164
Fraternization Prohibited
1165