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2-13. Which  of  the  following  statements is correct concerning a naval member’s  immunity  from  military prosecutions  for  the  offense  of failure to pay just debts through use of a petition for bankruptcy? 1. Only naval officers are immune from prosecution 2. Only officers and chief petty officers  are  immune  from prosecution 3. All naval members are immune from  prosecution 4. A  discharge  in  bankruptcy does not give a naval member immunity  for  offenses  committed before  a  petition  of  bankruptcy 2-14. Which  of  the  following  individuals require  medical  boards? 2-15. 1. 2. 3. 4. All naval members who are in  naval  hospitals  undergoing medical  treatment  lasting  more than 10 days Members  who  have  contagious sexually  transmitted  diseases Members  whose  physical qualification  to  continue  on full duty is in doubt or whose physical  limitations  prevent their return to full duty within  a  reasonable  period of  time Members  whose  physical  quali- fication to continue on active duty is in question but who are expected to return to full duty within 6 months of completion of  medical  treatment The  information  contained  in  a medical board report plays an important role in determining the rights of an individual to which of  the  following  benefits? 1. Income tax exemptions and compensation  only 2. Compensation  and  promotion  only 3. Retirement  and  compensation only 4. Income tax exemptions, compensation,  promotion, retirement, and pensions 2-16. Which of the following individuals is  a  medical  board  convening authority? 1. An HMC attached to your ship 2. The  commanding  officer of your ship 3. The  commanding  officer of a naval hospital 4. The senior LCDR who is a medical  officer  attached to your ship 2-17. Medical boards may be ordered by all  EXCEPT  which  of  the  following individuals? 1. Chief  of  Naval  Operations 2. Commanding  Officer,  EPMAC 3. Commandant  of  the  Marine  Corps 4. Chief,  Bureau  of  Medicine  and Surgery 2-18. The delegation of signatory responsibility  by  the  convening authority  (CA)  for  approving  or disapproving  recommendations  and findings  of  medical  board  members is  subject  to  what  policy? 1. The CA may not delegate signatory   responsibility 2. The  CA  may  delegate  signatory responsibility  to  the  senior HMC attached to the hospital or  naval  medical  clinic 3. The CA may delegate, in writing, signatory responsi– bility  for  approving  or disapproving   recommendations and findings of board members. Delegation,  however,  should  not be  granted  below  the  director- ate level in a hospital command or below the level of the executive officer at the naval medical  clinic 4. The CA may delegate, in writing, signatory respon– sibility  for  approving  or disapproving   recommendations and findings of board members. This  delegation  can  be  granted to  the  administrative  officer if so desired 14

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