49. The Code of Conduct was adopted to provide
guidance for service personnel in which of the
1. When stationed on foreign soil
2. When traveling at home and abroad
3. When facing the enemy as prisoners of war
4. All of the above
50. In what year was Executive Order 12633
issued amending the Code of Conduct to
use neutral-gender language?
51. How many articles make up the Code of
52. When, if ever, may you voluntarily surrender
to the enemy?
1. If alone and completely isolated from
2. If no longer able to inflict casualties on
3. If able to detain the enemy and let others
53. Who may be assigned shore patrol duties?
1. Officers only
2. Petty officers only
3. Officers and petty officers
4. All Navy personnel
54. 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?
1. Armed Forces Police Department
2. Armed Forces Police Detachment
3. Armed Forces Police Service
4. Armed Forces Police Group
55. 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?
1. Weapons officer
2. Security officer
3. Executive officer
4. Administrative officer
56. Discipline training develops which of the
following personal traits?
4. All of the above
57. Discipline is important to the Navy for which
of the following reasons?
1. To instill fear of punishment
2. To decrease command responsibility
3. To provide punishment for wrongdoers
4. To enable personnel to function as a unit
with a high degree of efficiency
58. Punishment is administered in the Navy for
which of the following reasons?
1. To serve as an object lesson to the
wrongdoer and others
2. To pacify those who have suffered a wrong
3. To correct a wrong
4. To avenge a wrong
59. What chapter of the United States Navy
Regulations describes the rights and
responsibilities of all Navy members?
60. What person is responsible for making sure
that the Navy Regs conforms to the current
needs of the Department of the Navy?
1. The Secretary of the Navy
2. The Judge Advocate General
3. The Chief of Naval Operations
4. The Commandant of the Marine Corps