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3-38. Mr. Chang is reluctant to submit his copy for approval before it is transmitted.  How should you handle  this  situation? 1. Tell him it is a long- standing  procedure  that cannot  be  avoided 2. Tell him it is a security precaution  only 3. Tell him it is a review for the  correct  usage  of  Navy terminology  and  acronyms 4. Tell him the chain of command may not want to release certain  aspects  of  the celebration 3-39. In reviewing Mr. Chang’s story, you  discover  several  quotes  by members of the gun crews that contain  classified  information. What  should  be  your  next  course 1. 2. 3. 4. of action? 1. 2. 3. 4. Tell Mr. Chang the quotes contain  classified  infor- mation and request that they be removed Tell  Mr.  Chang  the  quotes contain  classified  infor- mation and they must be paraphrased Tell  Mr.  Chang  the  entire story must be rewritten Tell Mr. Chang the story is fine, but you would greatly  appreciate  the removal of the quotes 3-40. An enraged Mr. Chang insists that the story be transmitted as is. What should be your next move? 1. Politely remind Mr. Chang that he iS a guest of the USS Forrest Edmund and the chain of  command’s  decision  is final 2. Have  the  story  transmitted  as a  classified  message  to CINCPACFLT  and  CHINFO 3. Have  the  story  transmitted as is to the Enunciator 4. Have  the  story  transmitted  as a classified message to the destroyer  squadron  commander of USS Forrest  Edmund  and 3-41. In a rush to see whales off the starboard  bow,  seven  young dependents  fall  on  the  nonskid and are injured. One was knocked unconscious.  Both reporters were on the fantail talking with crew members  when  the  incident occurred.  Which of the following release  procedures  should  you use? Tell  them  nothing  regarding the  incident Tell them that some kids received  bumps  and  bruises when they tried to see the whales  only Tell  them  that  seven  depen- dents  were  injured  when  the ship rolled to the right only Tell them all you know about the incident Learning  Objective:  Recognize the  special  considerations  for broadcast,  motion  picture,  and print media. 3-42.  Commands  may  authorize  its personnel  to  be  interviewed on  a  locally  televised  program during  which  of  the  following circumstances? 1. When  the  interview  is  live 2.  When the interview is tape- delayed 3. When  the  interview  only  deals with  DON  subjects 4. When  the  interview  only  deals with  subjects  pertaining  to the  command 3-43. Which  of  the  following  individ- uals  can  authorize  command participation  in  a  regional program? 1. Area  coordinator 2. ASD  (PA) 3. Commanding  officer 4. CHINFO CHINFO 26

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