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3-23. What is the purpose of the preliminary   statement? 1. To inform the CA that all available  evidence  was collected 2. To inform the CA of the investigating   officer’s itinerary 3. To inform the CA of the investigating  officer’s  summary of  the  investigation 4. To inform the CA of the identity  of  the  command  that furnished  the  necessary clerical   assistance 3-24. Which of the following documents should always be the first enclosure  to  an  investigative report? 1. Exhibits 2. Any special communications from the CA 3. The  appointing  order 4. Findings  of  fact 3-25. In what order should enclosures be listed  in  an  investigative  report? 1. In the order received by the investigating   officer 2. In the order referenced in the report 3. In order of importance 4. In  chronological  order 3-26. In  what  manner  are  enclosures authenticated  in  an  investigative report? 1. By enclosing a command seal on each  document 2. By the investigating officer’s signature  on  each  enclosure 3. By the signature of the investigating  officer  on  the investigative  report 4. By typing the words “For Official  Use  Only”  on  each enclosure 3-27. If during the CA’s review, the CA finds  the  investigative  report incomplete  or  in  error,  what  action should the CA take? 1. Indicate the problems in the forwarding  endorsement  and  send the report to the next superior in the chain of command 2. Appoint  a  new  investigation independent  of  the  first  body to complete or correct the report 3. Forward the report as is without further action 4. Return the report to the investigator(s)  for  further inquiry 3-28. If the CA takes punitive action on an individual as a result of an incident  under  investigation,  by what  means  is  that  action  reflected in the record of investigation? 1. By noting the action in forwarding   endorsement 2. By enclosing a copy of the action as an enclosure 3. By  indicating  the  action  via separate  cover 4. By  having  the  Investigator(s) issue a supplement to the basic report 3-29. In death cases, JAG should receive what total number of copies of the investigative  report? 1. Original  and  one  copy  only 2. Original and two copies only 3. Original  and  three  copies  only 4. Original  and  four  copies 3-30. What  official  may  release  JAGMAN investigations  involving  classified material? 1. JAG 2. CNO 3.   CA 4. SECNAV (JAG) 16

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