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c.  All  persons  operating  Government- owned motor vehicles assigned to a naval unit  shall  obtain  the  permission  of  the OOD  before  driving  away  from  the  unit and  shall  report  to  the  OOD  upon  their return.  Arrival  and  departure  reports  of vehicles assigned to naval vessels may be made  to  the  beach  guard. 510.40 Personal Effects The command and individuals have a shared   responsibility   to   safeguard   the personal property of members of the unit. a.  No  person  will  maintain  personal belongings or other articles in any locker closet, peacoat locker, or space other than that  regularly  assigned  to  him/her  or authorized  by  proper  authority  to  use. b.  Each  person  is  responsible  for obtaining   a   lock   and   keeping   his/her locker locked at all times. Any evidence of tampering  with  locks  or  unauthorized entry  into  a  personal  locker  will  be reported  to  the  Chief  Master-At-Arms immediately. c. When any enlisted person on board a  naval  unit  is  declared  a  deserter  or becomes  mentally  or  physically  incapac- itated  to  the  extent  that  he/she  can  no longer  care  for  his/her  personal  effects, they  will  be  collected,  inventoried,  and sealed  by  a  division  petty  officer  in  the presence  of  the  division  officer  and  a master-at-arms and delivered to the Chief Master-At-Arms  for  safekeeping  and disposition   in   accordance   with   current instructions.  Only  personnel  designated will handle or disturb in any way the per- sonal  effects  of  another  person. d. The personal effects of an absent or incapacitated  officer  will  be  inventoried and packed by two officers designated by the  Executive  Officer  and  will  be  delivered to  the  supply  office  for  safekeeping  and disposition  per  current  instructions. 510.44  Photographic  Equipment No  person  shall: a.  Possess  or  introduce  on  board a   naval   unit   any   camera   or   other photographic   equipment   capable   of   ex- posing   a   photographic   plate   or   film without  permission  of  the  Commanding Officer  or  his  authorized  representative. b.  Make  photographs  of  a  naval  unit or  its  equipment,  or  of  objects  from the   unit, without  permission  of  the Commanding   Officer,   and   then   only of  the  objects  for  which  permission  was specifically  given. c. While on watch or duty as a sentry or member of a patrol, knowingly permit the  introduction  of  any  camera  or  photo- graphic equipment on board a naval unit unless  such  equipment  is  authorized  by the   Commanding   Officer   or   authorized representative. 510.45 Plan of the Day A  plan  of  the  day  will  be  published daily   by   the   Executive   Officer   or   an authorized  representative  and  will  issue such  orders  and  directives  as  the  Executive Officer  may  issue.  When  the  Executive Officer  is  absent  from  the  unit  it  will  be issued  by  the  Command  Duty  Officer. a. The Plan of the Day will be posted on  all  department  and  division  bulletin boards. b. All persons will read the Plan of the Day  each  day.  They  are  responsible  for obeying   applicable   orders   contained therein. In port, the Plan of the Day will be read at quarters. 510.46 Profane Language No  person  will  use  profane,  obscene, or  vulgar  words  or  gestures  on  board  a naval unit. SUMMARY Although   most   of   us   could   not   possibly memorize each article of  Navy Regs,  the UCMJ, or the SORN, we should all be familiar with them. The  intent  of  this  chapter  is  just  that:  to familiarize you with these articles; therefore, we only  scratch  the  surface.  You  would  be  wise  to read  Navy  Regs,  the  UCMJ,  and  the  SORN  in their entirety. Even then you should go back and review  them  periodically,  because  all  are  often 6-31

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