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THE   SEXUAL   HARASSER   MAY IN  VIOLA- IF  THE  SEXUAL  HARASSER ALSO  BE  GUILTY  OF TION   OF 1. Threatens to influence adversely the Extortion. Article 127 career,  salary  or  job  of  another  in Assault. exchange  for  sexual  favors. Article  128 Communicating  a  threat. Article  134 2.  Offers  rewards  for  sexual  favors. Bribery  and  graft. Article  134 3.   Makes   sexual   comment   and/or Indecent, insulting or obscene language Article  134 gestures. prejudicial  to  good  order. Provoking  speech  or  gestures. Article 117 Disrespect. Article  89,91 4.  Makes  sexual  contact. Assault  Consummated  by  a  battery. Article  128 Indecent  Assault. Article  134 Rape. Article  120 5. Engages in sexual harassment to the Dereliction  of  duty Article  92 detriment  of  job  performance. 6.  Is  an  officer. Conduct   unbecoming   an   officer. Article  133 7.  Is  cruel  to  or  maltreats  any  person Cruelty  and  maltreatment. Article  93 subject  to  his  or  her  orders. 8.  Uses  his  or  her  official  position  to Failure  to  obey  a  lawful  general  order. Article  92 gain  sexual  favors  or  advantages. Figure 5-l.-Example of conduct which might constitute both sexual harassment and an offense under the UCMJ. HEALTH   AND PHYSICAL  READINESS Certain people in the Navy and in the civilian community  share  a  common  problem—excessive body  fat.  This  problem  usually  results  from people working at desk jobs, eating too much, and not  getting  enough  exercise.  Excessive  body  fat is  a  serious  detriment  to  a  person’s  health, longevity, stamina, and military appearance. We need  to  maintain  a  high  state  of  health  and physical   readiness. If   we   do   this,   combat readiness,  personal  effectiveness,  and  high  morale should   follow. Health and physical readiness have become a matter  of  concern  to  the  Navy.  Every  Navy  person should  strive  to  achieve  and  maintain  a  high standard of physical readiness. Members who fail to  achieve  high  standards  hurt  their  units  and  the effectiveness of the Navy. Physical readiness train- ing   is   a   complete   conditioning   program.   It includes weight control and nutrition, high blood pressure  identification  and  control,  stress  manage- ment, smoking   cessation,   and   back   injury prevention. As a leader, stress the importance of physical readiness  training  to  your  personnel. CODE  OF  CONDUCT  FOR MEMBERS  OF  THE  ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES Because  of  the  conduct  of  a  few  Americans during the Korean conflict, President Dwight D. Eisenhower  prescribed  a  Code  of  Conduct  for 5-11

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