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Glossary of MRCPO 2

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When assigned as the preliminary
inquiry officer, you will usually
investigate which of the following
offenses?
1. Offenses under
a fact finding
2. offenses under
NIS
3. Major offenses
4. Minor offenses
4. Minor offenses
investigation by
body
investigation by
The legal officer uses what part of
the Manual for Courts–Martial, 1984
in preparing a report chit?
1. Part I
2. Part III
3. Part IV
4. Part VI
3. Part IV
The accused is informed of his or
her rights under which of the
following articles?
1. Article 31(a) of the Manual for
Courts–Martial, 1984
2 . A r t i c l e 3 1 ( b ) o f t h e U n i f o rm
Code of Military Justice
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2 . A r t i c l e 3 1 ( b ) o f t h e U n i f o rm
Code of Military Justice
When serving as the preliminary
investigation officer, you should
remain impartial.
1. True
2 . False
1. True
What source of information provides
the best facts about the accused?
1. Service record of the accused
2. An informal interview with the
witnesses
3. The person who initiated the
report chit
4. Supervisors and peers of
4. Supervisors and peers of the
accused
Who has the greatest motive for
lying or distorting the truth?
1. The witnesses
2. The accused, if guilty
3. The accused, if innocent
4. The person who initiated the
report chit
2. The accused, if guilty
A copy of the Ship’s Organization
and Regulations Manual is considered
to be what type of evidence?

1.Documentary evidence
2.Regulatory evidence
3.Physical evidence
4.Real evidence
1.Documentary evidence
The preliminary investigation
officer should conduct an interview
with the accused at which of the
following times?
1. As soon as the report chit is
filled out
2. After examining the real and
documentary evidence
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3. After the accused has been
advised of article 31(b) of the
UCMJ and makes a waiver of
rights
The United States Coast Guard is
assigned to the Navy at which of the
following times?
1. Upon declaration of war
2. When directed by the president
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. When requested by the Chief of
Naval Operation
3. Both 1 and 2 above
What is the primary regulatory
document of the Navy?
1. Standard Organization and
Regulations of the U.S. Navy
2. Uniform Code of Military Justice
3. Manual for Courts-Martial, 1984
4. U.S. Navy Regulations
4. U.S. Navy Regulations
Chapter 8 of U.S. Navy Regulations,
1990, applies to which of the
following people?
1. Commanding officers
2 . Prospective commanding officers
3. Petty officers detailed as
officer in charge or command
duty officer
4. All of the above
Which of the following chapters of
U.S. Navy Regulations, 1990,
outlines the actions of U.S. naval
forces when in the vicinity of other
armed forces?
1. The Senior Officer Present
2. Precedence, Authority and
Command
1. The Senior Officer Present
Which chapter in U.S. Navy
Regulations, 1990, provides
information on detailing officers
and enlisted persons?
1. The Senior Officer Present
2 . Precedence, Authority and
Command
3. Commanders in Chief and Other
Co
2 . Precedence, Authority and
Command
The articles specifically enumerated
in article 137 of the Uniform Code
of Military Justice should be
explained to each enlisted person at
which of the following times?
1. After completion of six months
active duty
2 .
1. After completion of six months
active duty
Which of the following publications
is NOT required to be made available
to any person on active duty?
1. Navy Regulations
2. Uniform Code of Military Justice
3. Pay and Personnel Procedures
Manual
4. Navy Military Pers
3. Pay and Personnel Procedures
Manual

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