REVIEW 1 ANSWERS
A1. The three sources that contain the basic
disciplinary laws for the U.S. Navy are
a. U.S. Navy Regulations
b. Standard Organization and Regulations of
the U.S. Navy
c. Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ)
A2. One of the most important characteristics of a
good Sailor is a sense of moral responsibility.
A3. To succeed in your work in the Navy, you should
value and take part in teamwork.
A4. The Code of Conduct was established to govern
situations where Sailors were POWs.
A5. There are six articles in the Code of Conduct.
A6. Under article V, the only information you are
allowed to give is your name, rank, service
number, and date of birth.
REVIEW 2 ANSWERS
A1. In the Navy, the military police are known as the
A2. Shore patrol personnel are identified by
armbands bearing the letters SP.
A3. When military police are from different armed
forces and combined to form one unit, they are
known as an Armed Forces Police Detachment
A4. The primary duties of the shore patrol are to
a. Render assistance to military personnel
b. Maintain good order and discipline among
c. Report conditions or practices that appear
prejudicial to the welfare of military
REVIEW 3 ANSWERS
A1. Motivation and correction through reward
and punishment are used to help Sailors work
as a unit.
A2. The purpose of discipline in the military is to
bring about an efficient military organization.
A3. Deterrent theory of punishment is used by the
A4. The two things a recipient of Navy punishment
should remember are
a. Punishment is a result of their behavior.
b. They wont be punished again if they learn
to conform to Navys standard of conduct.
REVIEW 4 ANSWERS
A1. Chapter 10 of the Navy Regs deals with your
responsibility and authority while carrying out
A2. Chapter 11 of the Navy Regs deals with your
rights and responsibilities.
A3. Chief of Naval Operations is responsible for
making sure that the Navy Regs conform to the
current needs of the Department of the Navy.
A4. Secretary of the Navy issues and the President
approves new Navy Regs and changes to Navy
A5. The instructions found in the OPNAVINST
3120.32 provide guidance and regulations for
the duties and responsibilities for all
personnel within a unit or organization.
A6. The purpose for developing and signing into law
the Uniform Code of Military Justice was to
standardize legal procedure and discipline
throughout all branches of service.
A7. The UCMJ was signed into law on 31 May 1951.
A8. Article 137 of the UCMJ states that certain
articles of the Code must be explained carefully
to every enlisted person at the time of entrance
or no later than 6 days later, 6 months on
active duty, and every reenlistment.
A9. The three types of courts-martial are