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Personal relationships between officer and enlisted members that are unduly familiar and that do no respect differences in rank and grade are prohibited, and violate long-standing custom and tradition of the naval service. Violation of the instruction or Article 1165 subjects the involved members to disciplinary action under what code?
Uniform Code of Military Justice(UCMJ)
What is the term traditionally used to identify personal relationships that contravene the customary bounds of acceptable senior-subordinate relationships
FRATERNIZATION
Do personal relationships between E-7 and E-9 and junior personnel E-1 to E-6, who are assigned to the same command, that are unduly familiar and that do not respect differences in grade or rank are are sometimes permitted upon request.
True or False
False, never permitted
Staff/Instructor and student relationship
Permissible or not?
Not
Is it fraternization for Officer and enlisted to participate in command sports teams and other command-sponsored events together
No, It is intended to build unit morale and camaraderie
What are examples of unduly familiar
Dating, shared living accommodations, intimate or sexual relations, commercial solicitations, private business partnerships, gambling and borrowing money.
Can unduly familiar relationships exist with individuals outside ones direct chain of command
YES
Conduct, which constitutes fraternization, is excused if the offending parties get married.
False
Can service members that are married be assigned to the same chain of command
No
Who shall address the offending conduct by taking appropriate action, to include counseling, issuing letters of instruction, comments on fitness reports or performance evaluations, reassignment, and/or, if necessary, by taking appropriate disciplinary. steps
Seniors throughout the chain of command
Who is responsible for preventing inappropriate relationships
Primarily on the senior, yet both are accountable for their own conduct
Training will be provided on fraternization how often
annually