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Three Official Sources for Basic Disciplinary Laws
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. CHAPTER 6 GOVERNING REGULATIONS LEARNING  OBJECTIVES Upon  completion  of  this  chapter,  you  should  be  able  to  do  the  following: Identify  the  articles  from  Navy  Regulations  6. that  all  Navy  personnel  should  know. Identify the contents of various articles from Navy   Regulations. 7. Trace  the  development  of  the  Uniform  Code of  Military  Justice. 8. Describe  the  contents  of  article  137  of  the Uniform  Code  of  Military  Justice. Identify   the   contents   of   the   articles   that   are   9. explained in article 137 of the  Uniform  Code of  Military  Justice. Describe   the   proceedings   of   nonjudicial punishment  and  the  punishments  that  may  be awarded   at   nonjudicial   punishment proceedings. Describe  the  three  types  of  courts-martial. Describe  the  purpose  of  the  S t a n d a rd Organization   and   Regulations   of   the   U.S. Navy. Identify the contents of various articles of the Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S.  Navy. Figure  6-1  shows  the  three  official  sources that set forth the basic disciplinary laws for the Navy.  These  sources  are  the  Uniform   Code   of Military  Justice  (UCMJ)  (contained  in  the Manual  for  Courts-Martial  United  States,  1984, Revised  Edition);  United  States  Navy  Regulations, 1990  (commonly   called   Navy  Regs);   and  the Standard  Organization  and  Regulations  of  the U.S.  Navy. You  probably  have  heard  the  saying,  “Ig- norance of the law is no excuse.” Obviously, this idea   must   govern;   otherwise,   personnel   could excuse illegal conduct merely by saying they did not know there was a law against it. When you entered  the  Navy,  you  agreed  to  abide  by  the Navy’s laws and regulations. Naturally, you will need  time  to  learn  all  the  rules  you  must  obey. However, you should make every effort to learn them as soon as possible to avoid embarrassing situations  and  disciplinary  action. U.S.   NAVY   REGULATIONS The  12  chapters  of  Navy  Regs  describe   the authority  and  responsibilities  of  the  offices  within the Department of the Navy. They also describe the  regulations  concerning  the  procedures, authority,  and  command  of  these  offices.  Navy Regs also  covers  honors  and  ceremonies,  the  rights and responsibilities of persons in the Department of the Navy, and the purpose and force of these regulations. Each ship and station has complete copies of Navy  Regs   available  to  all  personnel.  Also available  is  an  excellent  nonresident  training course  entitled  Navy   Regulations,   NAVED- TRA  10740-C,  which  you  are  encouraged  to complete. Your educational services officer (ESO) can  help  you  order  this  course. The  following  section  lists  articles  (with  a condensation  of  their  text,  if  appropriate)  from United  States  Navy  Regulations,  1990,  that  all 6-1

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