A5. Displaying posters or using sexually explicit
language creates a hostile environment.
A6. To make the range of good to bad behavior easier
to understand, the Navy has compared behavior
ranges to the traffic light.
a. Red lightSexual harassment behavior
b. Yellow lightMany people find behavior
c. Green lightAcceptable behavior, not
REVIEW 8 ANSWERS
A1. The function of the ombudsman is to promote
good order and discipline.
A2. The ombudsman
a. Acts as a liaison between Navy families and
the command, and
b. Keeps the families informed about
A3. The ombudsman communicates with Navy
families through command newsletters,
command-sponsored telephone Careline,
or phone trees.
A4. The ombudsman works through the following
a. Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
b. American Red Cross
c. Family Service Centers
d. Chaplains office
e. Navy Wifeline Association
f. Medical treatment facilities
g. Legal assistance offices
A5. Before a first-term Sailor can reenlist or extend,
he/she must have ENCORE approval.
A6. If you leave the Navy, your reenlistment code
tells whether you can reenlist.
A7. When away from their home district, a Sailor and
his/her family can register to vote by using a
Federal Post Card Application for Absentee