Glossary of OPNAVINST 5370.2, NAVY FRATERNIZATION POLICY
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- Personal relationships between officer and enlisted members that are unduly familiar and that do no respect differences in rank and grade are prohibited, and violate long-standing custom and tradition of the naval service. Violation of the instruction or
- Uniform Code of Military Justice(UCMJ)
- What is the term traditionally used to identify personal relationships that contravene the customary bounds of acceptable senior-subordinate relationships
- Do personal relationships between E-7 and E-9 and junior personnel E-1 to E-6, who are assigned to the same command, that are unduly familiar and that do not respect differences in grade or rank are are sometimes permitted upon request.
True or Fals
- False, never permitted
- Staff/Instructor and student relationship
Permissible or not?
- Is it fraternization for Officer and enlisted to participate in command sports teams and other command-sponsored events together
- No, It is intended to build unit morale and camaraderie
- What are examples of unduly familiar
- Dating, shared living accommodations, intimate or sexual relations, commercial solicitations, private business partnerships, gambling and borrowing money.
- Can unduly familiar relationships exist with individuals outside ones direct chain of command
- Conduct, which constitutes fraternization, is excused if the offending parties get married.
- Can service members that are married be assigned to the same chain of command
- Who shall address the offending conduct by taking appropriate action, to include counseling, issuing letters of instruction, comments on fitness reports or performance evaluations, reassignment, and/or, if necessary, by taking appropriate disciplinary. s
- Seniors throughout the chain of command
- Who is responsible for preventing inappropriate relationships
- Primarily on the senior, yet both are accountable for their own conduct
- Training will be provided on fraternization how often
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