Glossary of PO1 Military Requirements, CH3
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- What is CMEO?
- Command managed equal opportunity program
- How should you handle a complaint concerning equal opportunity?
- Handle it swiftly and fairly.
Make sure it is resolved at the lowest competent level the situation will allow.
- What does CAT stand for?
- Command Assesment Team
- What is the purpose of the Command assesment Team(CAT)?
- Evaluates how much command members actualy know about equal opportunity.
- What is the purpose of the command training team (CTT)?
- Assesses the commands compliance with equal opportunity objectives as a whole.
- What does CTT stand for?
- Command Training Team
- Who makes up the CAT?
- A cross section of people from different ranks, genders, races and departments.
- When does the CTT conduct training?
- Periodically or when the command receives a gerat enough assignment of new personnel.
- Nonjudicail punishment is better known as _____.
- Captain's Mast
- What is a NAVPERS 1626/7?
- Report of disposition and offense
- What article under the UCMJ allows a commanding officer to award punishment for small offenses?
- Article 15
- What article of the UCMJ advises the accused of his/her rights?
- Article 31
- Who must collect all available facts concerning the offense itself and the background of the accused?
Preliminary Invetigative Officer
- What powers does the XO have over a report chit?
- He may dismiss it but he can never award punishment.
- When must the accused request court-martial?
- Before punishment is awarded
- What is NR&R?
- Navy Rights and Regulations
- Who teaches NR&R?
- The Command Training Team
- Nromally how long is an NR&R workshop?
- What are the three ways the CAT collects command info?
- Which of the following is more likely to uncover real issues and problems?
- Commands may use three methods to enforce equal
opportunity, they are?
- Warning (counseling)
NJP (Captain's Mast)
Separation from the Navy
- Once an offense has been committed when must punishment be imposed?
- Within 2 years of the offense
- Who normaly prepares the NAVPERS 1626/7?
- Who must ensure the accused is fully advised concerning all legal rights associated with the possible imposition of NJP.
- The officer contemplating imposing NJP
- What does JAG stand for?
- Judge Advocate General
- How many types of punishment may a CO award?
- What punishment at captains mast is considered the Most severe?
- Reduction in paygrade
- How long should EMI be assigned?
- 2 hours per day
- How long should detention of pay not exceed?
- 1 year
- What types of pay can be forfitted?
- Basic pay
Foriegn duty pay
- How long can one be confined to bread an water?
- 3 days maximum
- Who can be placed into correctional custody?
- Non-rated personnel
- What is considered the least severe punichment at NJP?
- Who may receive arrest in quarters?
- Warrant officers and commisioned officers
- Arrest in quarters means that an officer may not_______.
- Exercise authority over subordinates
- Can officers receive extra duty?
- No. Only enlisted
- Can EMI be assigned on Sundays?
- Can EMI be assigned on holidays?
- Can you be charged a fine at NJP?
- When do punishments awarded at mast take effect?
- The general rule is immediately but a CO may defer confinement up to 15 days.
- How long does the accused have to submit an appeal once punishment is issued?
- 5 days
- What is the Navy's stand on drug use?
- Zero tolerance
- What is the Navy's most valuable detection and deterrence tool for drug use?
- THC is found in what drug?
- When are new recruits tested for drugs?
- Within 48 hours of arrival
- During boot camp all recruits are tested for drugs, If they fail they are seperated immediatley except for the use of ______.
- THC Marijuana
- How many drug screening labratorys does the Navy have?
- Once submitted how many times will your urine sample be tested for drugs?
- 3 times
- Narcotics refers to drugs that contain ____.
- A drug abuser under the influence of ________ usually appears lethargic and drowsy or displays symptoms of deep intoxication. The pupils of the eyes are often constricted and fail to respond to light.
- Opiates are legally used for what?
- What drug is nicknamed smack?
- What drug is found in cough preparations?
- Morphine is intended to relive _____.
- What is the most widely known stimulant in the U.S.?
- Amphetamines are classified as _______.
- The main trait of _____ abusers is excessive
activity. They are irritable and argumentative, appear
extremely nervous, and have difficulty sitting. In some
cases, the pupils of their eyes will be dilated even in a brightly lit place.
- What is street cocaine mixed with baking soda and
water to remove impurities.
- What are "Uppers"?
- Barbiturates and tranquilizers are classified as _________.
- If some one exhibits the
symptoms of alcohol intoxication with one important exception: no odor of alcohol is detected on their breath they are under the influence of what?
- PCP and LSD are examples what?
- How can users of volatile
chemicals usually be detected?
- By their breath
- Who must be informed of a Drug Dog inspection or authorized search?
- The CO and Dog handler
- What is OPNAVINST 5350.4
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Control
- At what BAC level does a person begin to feel carefree?
- BAC .05
- AT what BAC level do voluntary motor actions-hand and arm movements, walking, and sometimes speech-become clumsy?
- BAC .10
- AT what BAC level will a person begin to stagger and may want to lie down? The person may also become easily
angered, may become boisterous, or may weep.
- BAC .20
- At what BAC level will a person may be confused or lapse into a stupor?
While aware of surrounding sights and sounds, the person has poor understanding of what he or she sees or hears.
- BAC .30
- AT what BAC level does a person becomes unconscious and may go into a coma? While higher levels of alcohol block the center portions of the lower brain that control breathing and heartbeat, causing death to occur.
- BAC .40-.50
Drinking alcohol within a short time before or after taking those drugs can multiply the normal effects
of either the drug or the alcohol taken alone.
- When taken at the same time which will the body metabolize first alcohol or drugs?
- What does CAAC stand for?
- COUNSELING AND ASSISTANCE CENTER
- What does DAPA stand for?
- DRUG AND ALCOHOL PROGRAM
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