Basic Military Requirements

January 5, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Social Science, Law, Criminal Justice
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Basic Military Requirements Chapter 2 Quiz

IS1(AW) Alex J. Latorre

Basic Military Requirements 1. What person is responsible for making sure that the Navy Regs conforms to the current needs of the Department of the Navy?


b. c. d.

The The The The

Secretary of the Navy Chief of Naval Operations Judge Advocate General Commandant of the Marine Corps

Basic Military Requirements 2. You may not be ordered to active duty without the permission of which of the following persons? a. b. c. d.

Chief of Naval Personnel Chief of Naval Operations Commandant of the Coast Guard Commandant of the Marine Corps

Basic Military Requirements 3.

In areas where different armed services are located, the military police from each service may be combined to form one unit. What term identifies this unit?

a. b. c. d.

Armed Forces Police Group Armed Forces Police Service Armed Forces Police Department Armed Forces Police Detachment

Basic Military Requirements 4.

Article 137 of the UCMJ states, "…certain articles of the code must be explained carefully to every enlisted person…at the time the person enters active duty and after 6 months of active duty." At what other time interval must article 137 be explained?

a. b. c. d.

Every 12 months thereafter Every 24 months thereafter Each time the person reenlists Never

Basic Military Requirements 5.

The Navy’s Health and Physical Readiness Program promotes health and fitness at the command level. As part of this program, naval personnel are required to undergo fitness testing at what interval?

a. Annually b. Biennially c. Quarterly d. Semiannually

Basic Military Requirements 6.

What article of the Navy Regs lists the publications that must be made available upon request by any active-duty person?

a. b. c. d.

0818 0917 1010 1020

Basic Military Requirements 7.

Which of the following characteristics are traits of a good Sailor?

a. Obeys the rules of military courtesy and etiquette b. Demonstrates loyalty, self-control, honesty, and truthfulness c. Puts the good of the ship and the Navy above personal likes and dislikes d. All of the above

Basic Military Requirements 8.

Punishment is administered in the Navy for which of the following reasons?

a. b. c. d.

To correct a wrong To avenge a wrong To pacify those who have suffered a wrong To serve as an object lesson to the wrongdoer and others

Basic Military Requirements 9.

During a Saturday duty day, one of your shipmates asks you to change watches with him/her. You agree but fail to get permission from proper authority. Under what article of Navy Regs could you be charged?

a. b. c. d.

1129 1133 1134 1138

Basic Military Requirements 10. If the chief master-at-arms (CMAA) of a ship strikes the colors to an enemy without authorization by competent authority, the CMAA is in violation of what UCMJ article? a. b. c. d.

100 99 98 94

Basic Military Requirements 11. When, if ever, may you voluntarily surrender to the enemy?

a. If no longer able to inflict casualties on the enemy b. If alone and completely isolated from friendly troops c. If able to detain the enemy and let others escape capture d. Never

Basic Military Requirements 12. The status of an absentee changes from absence without leave to deserter after how many days absence? a. b. c. d.

7 14 30 45

Basic Military Requirements 13. Navy Regs and changes to it are issued by the Secretary of the Navy after what person approves them? a. b. c. d.

The President The Vice President The Attorney General The Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff

Basic Military Requirements 14.

a. b. c. d.

Navy Regs, article 1033, Authority in a Boat, provides which of the following officers the authority and responsibility over all persons embarked? The The The The

senior staff officer junior staff officer senior line officer eligible for command at sea junior line officer eligible for command at sea

Basic Military Requirements 15. Seaman Door tries to bring a small container of crack cocaine on board his ship. Which of the following UCMJ articles has he violated? a. b. c. d.

113a 113 112a 112

Basic Military Requirements 16. The Code of Conduct was adopted to provide guidance for service personnel in which of the following circumstances? a. b. c. d.

When stationed on foreign soil When traveling at home and abroad When facing the enemy as prisoners of war All of the above

Basic Military Requirements 17. Which of the following UCMJ articles explains the commanding officer’s nonjudicial punishment? a. b. c. d.

15 25 35 55

Basic Military Requirements 18. Actions the officer of the deck may take in dealing with intoxicated persons are outlined in which of the following articles of the Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy ? a. b. c. d.

510.44 510.34 510.27 510.21

Basic Military Requirements 19. Discipline training develops which of the following personal traits? a. Efficiency b. Self-control c. Character d. All of the above

Basic Military Requirements 20. What article of the Navy Regs gives officers the authority necessary to perform their duties? a. b. c. d.

1023 1021 1033 1025

Basic Military Requirements 21. Petty Officer Pistol, knowing that SN Brush has committed a robbery, loans Brush a car so that Brush can return to the ship to establish an alibi. What offense has Petty Officer Pistol committed? a. b. c. d.

Robbery Conspiracy Principal to the offense of robbery Accessory after the fact to robbery

Basic Military Requirements 22. How many articles make up the Code of Conduct? a. b. c. d.

Six Four Two Eight

Basic Military Requirements 23.

a. b. c. d.

SN Doe oversleeps after having the weekend off and fails to return to the ship before it got under way Monday morning. Under what UCMJ article can SN Doe be charged? 84 87 90 93

Basic Military Requirements 24. Sexual harassment is offensive and illegal. Under what article of Navy Regs may a person be charged with sexual harassment? a. b. c. d.

1162 1164 1166 1168

Basic Military Requirements 25. Weapons or other public property taken from captured enemy forces becomes the property of the a. b. c. d.

Enemy United States person who captured the enemy person from whom they were taken

Basic Military Requirements 26. Which of the following are sources that set forth the basic disciplinary laws for the U.S. Navy? a. U.S. Navy Regulations b. Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) c. Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy d. Each of the above

Basic Military Requirements 27. What chapter of the United States Navy Regulations describes the rights and responsibilities of all Navy members? a. b. c. d.

9 10 11 12

Basic Military Requirements 28. Discipline is important to the Navy for which of the following reasons? a. b. c.


To instill fear of punishment To decrease command responsibility To provide punishment for wrongdoers To enable personnel to function as a unit with a high degree of efficiency

Basic Military Requirements 29. On what date did the original Uniform Code of Military Justice become effective? a. b. c. d.

5 February 1950 5 May 1950 31 May 1951 31 August 1951

Basic Military Requirements 30. a. b. c. d.

Who may be assigned shore patrol duties?

Officers and petty officers Petty officers only All Navy personnel Officers only

Basic Military Requirements 31. a. b. c. d.

In what year was the Code of Conduct first prescribed?

1935 1945 1955 1965

Basic Military Requirements 32.

a. b. c. d.

If a person considers his/her punishment under UCMJ, article 15, unjust, the person has the right to appeal to the next superior authority in the chain of command. How many days is generally considered reasonable for submitting an appeal? 5 10 15 20

Basic Military Requirements 33. Navy Regulations, article 1104, Treatment and Release of Prisoners, prohibits cruel and/or unusual treatment. According to this article, prisoners must be checked on at what minimum interval? a. b. c. d.

10 hours 8 hours 6 hours 4 hours

Basic Military Requirements 34. Failure to obey any regulation subjects the offender to charges under what UCMJ article? a. b. c. d.

91 92 93 94

Basic Military Requirements 35. Aboard ship, the master-at-arms (MAA) force is headed by the chief master-at-arms (CMAA). The CMAA works directly for which of the following officers? a. b. c. d.

Security officer Executive officer Weapons officer Administrative officer

Basic Military Requirements 36. What UCMJ article provides specific statutory authority for the prosecution of bad-check offenses? a. b. c. d.

123a 123 125 126

IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 37 THROUGH 39, SELECT THE TERM USED TO DEFINE THE QUESTION. 37. When an accused person selects a civilian counsel, who must bear the expense of such counsel? a. b. c. d.

The The The The

military only accused only accused and the military accused if convicted, otherwise the military

Basic Military Requirements 38. In what year was Executive Order 12633 issued amending the Code of Conduct to use neutral-gender language? a. b. c. d.

1990 1989 1988 1987

Basic Military Requirements 39. Aboard your ship or station, you could find the regulatory articles of the Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy posted in which of the following locations? a. b. c. d.

On the quarterdeck On bulletin boards In the log room All of the above

Basic Military Requirements 40. Petty Officer Frost takes a neckerchief from another person’s locker, wears it on liberty, and replaces it upon return to the ship. What offense of the UCMJ has Petty Officer Frost committed? a. Larceny b. Robbery c. Purposeful mislocation d. Wrongful appropriation

Basic Military Requirements 41.

a. b. c. d.

Which of the following Navy Regulations articles outlines the authority of a sentry? 1053 1052 1038 1037

Basic Military Requirements 42. Under UCMJ, article 116, Riot or Breach of Peace, the term riot is used when a disturbance is caused by what minimum number of people? a. b. c. d.

Three Four Five Six

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