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OPNAVINST 5370.2C

Navy Fraternization Policy

QuestionAnswer
What article of the UCMJ governs the Fraternization of military personnel? Article 1165
What has the Navy historically relied upon to define the bounds of acceptable personal relationships among its member? Custom and Tradition
Why has proper social interaction among officer and enlisted members always been encouraged? Because it enhances unit morale and esprit de corps
How many years of seagoing experience demonstrate that seniors must maintain thoroughly professional relationships with juniors at all times? Over 220 years
What is the term traditionally used to identify personal relationships which contravene the customary bounds of acceptable senior-subordinate relationships? Fraternization
Are personal relationships between officers and enlisted which are unduly familiar and do not respect differences in grade/rank prohibited? YES
Chief Petty Officers and _______, at the same command, which are unduly familiar and that do not respect differences in grade/rank are prohibited. junior personnel E1-E6
When does a prospect become an applicant? When processing for enlistment in any of the armed forces by beginning to complete a DD 1966, NAVCRUIT 1100/11, or comparable form
Prejudice to good order and discipline or discredit to the naval service may result from, but are not limited to, what circumstances? 1.call into question a seniors objectivity, 2.result in actual or apparent preferential treatment, 3.undermine the authority of a senior, 4. compromise the chain of command.
Officer and enlisted participation in command sponsored events intended to build unit morale and camaraderie are what? health and clearly appropriate
Conduct, which constitutes fraternization, is not excused or mitigate by what? a subsequent marriage between the offending parties
The responsibility for preventing inappropriate relationships must rest primarily on who? the senior
Created by: hull5518