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9-11. An accident involving U.S. servicemen  in  Japan  claimed  eight lives.  To make sure the Japanese government  is  properly  notified, the  cognizant  PAO  should  coordi- nate the release with what individual? 1. The U.S. ambassador to Japan 2. The  Japanese  service Information  chief 3. ASD  (PA) 4. The  unified  commander 9-12. The CO informs you that a major accident has taken place on the base.  You should have an initial release  ready  for  dissemination within  what  amount  of  time? 1. 1 hour 2. 2 hours 3. 30  minutes 4. 90  minutes 9-13. Which  of  the  following  categories of  information  should  be  included in  an  initial  accident  release? 1. The  probable  cause 2.  Unclassified pertinent facts 3.  Names of the dead and injured as  they  become  available 4. Person(s) who may be at fault Learning  Objective: Recognize the  procedures  for  controlling video  and  photography  at  acci- dent  sites. 9-14. A  television  photographer  inad- vertently  videotaped  classified equipment  at  an  accident  site  on a naval station.  The PAO confis- cates the tape.  When, if ever, should  the  photographer  be detained  on  the  naval  station? 1. When he resists relinquishing the tape 2. When he demands to speak to  civilian  law  enforcement officials 3. When he threatens the PAO or members of his staff 4. Never 9-15. The naval station is unable to conduct a security review of the videotape.  To whom sould the PAO  forward  the  tape  for  review? 1. CHINFO 2.    Assistant  for  Naval Intelligence  (Code  009U) 3.  Counterintelligence Officer, NIS,   Washington,DC 4. OP-09N 9-16. If there is no classified infor- mation  exposed  at  an  accident location  outside  of  military jurisdiction,  the  news  media should  be  assisted  in  covering the scene. 1. True 2. False 9-17. You are the PAO at an off-base accident  scene  where  there  is exposed  classified  material. You tell the five news photo- graphers  in  attendance  they  may take pictures of the area ONLY when  all  classified  material  is removed  (approximately  10 minutes).  One  of  the  reporters disregards  your  statement  and begins  photographing  the  scene. What  action  should  you  take? 1. Physically  restrain  the photographer  until  law enforcement  officials  can assist you only 2.  Step in front of the photo- grapher  and  obscure  his  shots only 3. Both 1 and 2 above 4. Inform the photographer that taking pictures of the scene without  permission  may  vio- late federal law Learning  Objective:  Explain  the basic  policy  on  nuclear  weapons accidents  and  incidents. 88

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