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0818.  Publishing  and  Posting  Orders  and Regulations 1.  In  accordance  with  Article  137  of the Uniform Code of Military Justice,  the articles   specifically   enumerated   therein shall be carefully explained to each enlisted person: a.  At  the  time  of  entrance  on active duty or within six days thereafter; b.  Again,  after  completion  of  six months  active  duty;  and c.  Again,  upon  the  occasion  of each reenlistment. 2.  A  text  of  the  articles  specifically enumerated in Article 137 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice shall be posted in a  conspicuous  place  or  places,  readily accessible   to   all   personnel   of   the command. 3.  Instructions  concerning  the   Uni- form  Code  of  Military  Justice   a n d appropriate  articles  of  Navy  Regulations shall be included in the training and educa- tional  program  of  the  command. 4.  Such  general  orders,  orders  from higher authority, and other matters which the  commanding  officer  considers  of  in- terest  to  the  personnel  or  profitable  for them  to  know  shall  be  published  to  the command   as   soon   as   practicable.   Such matters shall also be posted, in whole or in  part,  in  a  conspicuous  place  or  places readily  accessible  to  personnel  of  the command. 5. Upon the request of any person on active  duty  in  the  armed  services,  the following   publications   shall   be   made available   for   that   person’s   personal examination: a. A complete text of the  Uniform Code  of  Military  Justice, b. Manual   for   Courts-Martial, c. Navy   Regulations, d. Manual  of  the  Judge  Advocate General, e.  Marine   Corps   Manual   (for Marine  Corps  personnel), f. Naval  Military  Personnel  Man- ual (for Navy personnel) or Marine  Corps Personnel  Manual  (for   Marine   Corps personnel). 0917. Dealings With Foreigners When in foreign ports, personnel shall respect local laws, customs, ceremonies, and regulations; display  courtesy  and  moderation;  and  cultivate a  feeling  of  good  will  and  mutual  respect. 1020. Exercise of Authority All  persons  in  the  naval  service  on active  service,  those  on  the  retired  list  with pay, and transferred members of the Fleet Reserve   and   the   Fleet   Marine   Corps Reserve  are  at  all  times  subject  to  naval authority.  While  on  active  service  they may, if not on leave of absence except as noted  below,  on  the  sick  list,  taken  into custody,   under   arrest,   suspended   from duty,  in  confinement,  or  otherwise  in- capable  of  discharging  their  duties,  exer- cise  authority  over  all  persons  who  are subordinate  to  them. 1021. Authority Over Subordinates This  article  gives  officers  the  authority necessary  to  perform  their  duties. 1023. Abuse of Authority Persons  in  authority  are  forbidden  to injure their subordinates by tyrannical or capricious   conduct,   or   by   abusive language. 1024. Contradictory and Conflicting Orders An enlisted person who receives an order that annuls, suspends, or modifies one received from another  superior  shall  immediately  relate  this  fact to  the  superior  from  whom  the  last  order  was received. If, after receiving this information, the superior from whom the last order was received should insist upon the execution of that order, it shall   be   obeyed.   The   person   receiving   and executing   such   order   shall   report   the   cir- cumstances as soon as practicable to the superior from  whom  the  original  order  was  received. 1033. Authority in a Boat This  article  provides  the  senior  line  officer eligible for command at sea the authority over all persons embarked in a boat. It also delegates the officer responsibility for the safety and manage- ment  of  the  boat. 6-3

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