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Uniform   Code   of   Military   Justice   (UCMJ). Regulatory articles are printed on large posters, which are posted in conspicuous locations aboard naval units. Quoted material in plain type is guidance for commanders,  commanding  officers,  and  officers in charge. Because  the  explanation  of  these  regula- tions  is  beyond  the  scope  of  this  book,  only a   selected   few   of   the   regulatory   articles   will be   given   as   examples.   Our   concern   in   this section   is   with   chapter   5,   “Regulations,”   of the Standard  Organization  and  Regulations  of  the U.S.  Navy. 510.5 Armed Forces Identification Cards and Leave  Papers No  person  without  proper  authority shall: a.   Have   in   his/her   possession   more than one properly validated Armed Forces Identification  Card. b.  Depart  on  liberty  without  his/her own  properly  validated  identification  card; or,  in  the  case  of  leave,  without  his/her own  properly  validated  leave  papers  and identification  card. c.  Have  in  his/her  possession  a  false or  unauthorized  identification  card;  or  a mutilated, erased, altered, or not properly validated  identification  card;  or  an  iden- tification card bearing false or inaccurate information   concerning   a   name,   grade, service  number,  or  date  of  birth. d. Return from leave without deposit- ing  his/her  leave  papers  with  the  proper authority.  Any  person  returning  without an identification card shall report the loss to  the  OOD  in  person. 510.14  Customs Upon arrival of a naval unit in United States territory after visiting a foreign port, it is subject to customs and other inspec- tions  by  Federal  authorities. a.   On   such   occasions,   customs   dec- larations  will  be  distributed  to  all  hands  in sufficient time to be filled out and returned before  arrival  in  port. b.  It  shall  be  the  duty  of  all  person- nel   to   complete   customs   declarations accurately  prior  to  arrival  in  port. c.   No   person, without    permission from the Commanding Officer, shall bring on board any article, animal, or any other thing, the introduction of which into U.S. territory  is  forbidden  or  restricted  under current  regulations. 510.16  Divine  Services Accessible and appropriate space shall be provided for divine services. No person shall conduct himself/herself in a manner which  would  interfere  with  properly authorized  divine  services. 510.18  Emergency  Equipment No person shall use emergency equip- ment for any purpose other than that for which  it  is  intended.  Emergency  equipment includes  items  such  as  battle  lanterns, emergency   first   aid   boxes,   shoring, wrenches,  life  rings,  equipment  in  life  rafts and boats, portable fire pumps, fire hoses, and  fuel  for  emergency  machinery. 510.21 Government Property No  person  shall: a.  Conceal  or  fail  to  report  to  proper authority  the  loss,  removal,  destruction, or  damage  of  Government  property  en- trusted  to  his/her  care  or  custody. b.  Remove  without  proper  authority from its regular place of stowage or loca- tion, for any purpose whatever, any arti- cle of Government property, including hull and  damage  control  fittings,  first  aid 6-29

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