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where   a   modem   receives   and   reconverts   the data. MORAL  TURPITUDE–  Behavior  contrary  to  the accepted and customary rules of right and wrong and  duty  between  humans.  Moral  turpitude  is an  act  or  behavior  that  gravely  violates  moral sentiment   or   accepted   moral   standards   of community  and  is  a  morally  culpable  quality held  to  be  present  in  some  criminal  offenses  as distinguished  from  others.  It  is  also  the  quality of   a   crime   involving   grave   infringement   of the   moral   sentiment   of   the   community as   distinguished   from   statutory   malum prohibitum. MPO– Military  post  office. MPS– Military Postal Service. MSC– Military  Sealift  Command. NAC– National  Agency  Check. NAVADMIN– Naval administrative messages. NAVCRUITDIST– Navy recruiting district. NAVDAF– Naval data automation facility. NAVETS– Navy  veterans. NAVPTO–  Navy  Passenger  Transportation  Office. NAVRESPERSCEN–   Naval  Reserve  Personnel Center  (also  NRPC). NAVY PASSPORT AGENT–  A  Navy  passport  agent is a civilian employee of the U.S. Navy or a U.S. Navy  member  who  has  been  designated  by  the Office   of   Passport   Services,   Department   of State, to   accept and   process passport applications  for  U.S.  Navy-sponsored  personnel traveling in an official status. NCBDCP–  Nurse   Corps   Baccalaureate   Degree Completion   Program.   The   NCBDCP   gives qualified individuals the opportunity to complete the  requirements  for  a  baccalaureate  degree  in nursing   and   earn   a   commission   as   a   Nurse Corps   officer. NCTS– Naval  computer  telecommunication  station. NDRB–  Naval  Discharge  Review  Board. The NDRB  was  established  under  the  Servicemen’s Readjustment   Act   of   1944   to   review,   as provided in 10 U.S.C. 1553, upon the petition of whether  under  reasonable  standards  of  naval administration   and   discipline   the   type   and nature  of  the  discharge  should  be  changed, corrected, or modified; and if so, to decide what change,   correction,   or   modification   should   be made. NEC–  Navy   Enlisted   Classification   Code.   NEC codes identify a nonrating-wide skill, knowledge, aptitude, or   qualification that   must   be documented  to  identify  both  people  and  billets for  management  purposes. NETPMSA–  Naval  Education  and  Training  Program Management  Support  Activity.  This  is  the location   where   the   Navywide   advancement examinations and training manuals are written. NETSC–  Naval  Education  and  Training  Support Center. NHSC–  National  Home  Study  Council  Schools. NITRAS–  Navy  Integrated  Training  Resource  and Administration  System. NJP– Nonjudicial punishment. NMP– Navy Manning Plan. NODAC–   Navy   Occupational   Development   and Analysis  Center. NO-FEE PASSPORT– The no-fee passport is issued on    a    no-fee    basis    for    official    travel    of dependents  of  military  personnel  who  will  be serving  an  accompanied  tour  of  duty  overseas. The passport is valid only for use in conjunction with   the   bearer’s   residence   abroad   as   a dependent  of  a  military  member  on  active  duty outside  the  continental  limits  of  the  United States. AI-13

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