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equipment,  life  saving  and  emergency equipment,  and  stores  and  foodstuffs. c.   Have   in   his/her   possession   any article of Government property except as may  be  necessary  for  the  performance  of his/her  duty  or  as  may  be  authorized  by proper  authority. 510.22 Grooming and Personal Appearance It  is  the  responsibility  of  officers  in command  to  ensure  their  personnel  are neat  and  well  groomed  at  all  times.  (See U.S.  Navy  Uniform  Regulations,   NAV- PERS  15665G,  for  current  standards.) 510.24  Hitchhiking No  naval  personnel  will,  on  a  public road,  street,  or  highway,  endeavor  by words,   gestures,   or   otherwise   to   beg, solicit,  or  hitchhike  a  ride  in  or  on any  motor  vehicle.  Accepting  rides  at established  service  personnel  pickup  sta- tions  is  authorized. 510.25  Indebtedness Since  indebtedness  brings  a  discredit to  the  naval  service,  debts  shall  not  be incurred  when  there  is  no  reasonable expectation  of  repaying  them.  The  Com- manding Officer’s interest in the matter of indebtedness  of  personnel  attached  to  a naval  unit  will  be  directed  principally  to the establishment of facts so that corrective or  disciplinary  measures  may  be  taken. 510.27  Intoxicated  Persons All  persons  intoxicated  to  such  an extent as to create a disturbance or to make their  being  at  large  dangerous  to  their personal  safety  or  to  the  safety  of  the unit  shall  be  placed  under  protective restraint upon direction of the Command- ing  Officer,  the  Command  Duty  Officer, or  the  Officer  of  the  Deck. a.  The  Officer  of  the  Deck  or  the Command Duty Officer shall ensure that all  persons  who  return  on  board  in  an intoxicated  condition,  or  found  on  board intoxicated,  shall  be  promptly  examined by   the   medical   officer   or   a   qualified representative. b.  When  restraint  is  imposed  on  an individual,  it  should  be  in  such  a  man- ner  as  to  accomplish  the  desired  degree of   restraint   with   a   minimum   of   force. Attachment of an individual to a fixed or immovable object should only be authorized when all else fails, and then a continuous guard   should   be   posted   with   specific instructions to care for the welfare of the person under restraint in the event of an emergency. 510.28 Leave and Liberty No  person  will: a.  Proceed  from  the  confines  of  a naval  unit  without  permission  of  proper authority. b.  Proceed  from  the  confines  of  a naval unit while knowingly in a restraint status  without  permission  of  the  Com- manding Officer, the Executive Officer, or in  emergencies, the   Command   Duty Officer. c.   Proceed   from   the   confines   of   a naval unit while knowingly on the sick list, binnacle list, or the medical quarantine list. d.   Fail   to   report   his/her   departure from or return to a naval unit to the OOD or an authorized representative. 510.34 Motor Vehicles The following provisions relate to per- sonnel operating motor vehicles assigned to  Navy  units: a.  No  person  shall  operate  a  Govern- ment-owned  motor  vehicle  assigned  to  a naval  unit  unless  specifically  designated  to do  so  by  the  Commanding  Officer,  and then  only  for  official  unit  business. b.  Military  personnel  operating  Gov- ernment-owned motor vehicles shall com- ply with all post, station, local, state, and Federal  directives.  U.S.  Government operator’s   permit   is   not   required   for vehicles  under  one  ton. 6-30

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