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ASSIGNMENT 2 Textbook Assignment: Chapter  3,  pages  3-1  through  3-31  and  chapter  4,  pages  4-1  through  4-29. l COMNAVCRUITCOM categorizes each case of recruiting  or  enlistment  processing  irregularity.  In answering questions 2-1 through 2-4, select the category for the  situation  described  as  the  question. 2-1. The most serious type of investigation, indicating facts that would disqualify the applicant if known at  the  time  of  enlistment. 1. Category I 2. Category  II 3. Category  III 4. Category IV 2-2. An incident involving an or  processing  irregularity documented  enlistment. 1. Category I 2. Category  III 3. Category IV 4. Category  V apparent  minor  recruiting in an otherwise properly 2-3. Cases sent to the field for information purposes only, involving minor allegations and those in which recruiting personnel are no longer on active duty. 1. Category I 2. Category  II1 3. Category  III 4. Category  V 2-4. Cases forwarded to the U.S. MEPCOM or other agencies outside the Navy for action or information  by  those  commanders. 1. Category I 2. Category III 3. Category IV 4. Category  V 2-5. Malpractice  involves  which  of  the  following actions? 1. Improper  conduct  willfully  perpetrated 2. Improper conduct without intent 3. Proper  conduct  unintentionally misdocumented 4. Proper  conduct  misconstrued . When reviewing, investigating, or training to enlistment irregularities, it is important to understand the nomenclature used. In answering questions 2- 6 through 2-9, select the term described by the definition given as the question. 2-6. An enlistment entered into under the color of the law, but that is imperfect by reason of the existence or non-existence of a fact or circumstance that renders it not in compliance with law  or  regulation. 1. Irregular    enlistment 2. Erroneous enlistment 3. Fraudulent   enlistment 4. Misconduct 2-7. An enlistment procured through any deliberate material misrepresentation, omission, or concealment, which would have disqualified the applicant if known at the time of enlistment. 1. Irregular    enlistment 2. Erroneous enlistment 3. Fraudulent   enlistment 4. Misconduct 2-8. An enlistment that included conduct that is in violation  of  regulations  that  does  not  affect  the enlistment  qualifications  of  the  applicant. 1. Irregular   enlistment 2. Erroneous enlistment 3. Fraudulent   enlistment 4. Misconduct 2-9. An enlistment agreement into which the government would not have entered had the true facts been known. 1. Irregular    enlistment 2. Erroneous enlistment 3. Fraudulent   enlistment 4. Misconduct 2-10. Guidance on the assignment and management of CRF personnel can be found in which of the following  publications? 1. COMNAVCRUITCOMINST 2. COMNAVCRUITCOMINST 3. COMNAVCRUITCOMINST 1130.8 1133.6 1300.3 4. COMNAVCRUITCOMINST   5370.1 7

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