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1–16. Supervision  of  the  commanding officer’s  personal  correspondence file is a responsibility of what person? 1. Captain’s  Yeoman 2. Ship’s  secretary 3. File Yeoman 4. Executive  officer 1-17. Signatures  are  required  in  the service record for which of the following  reasons? 1. To ensure entries are made by proper  authorities 2. To ensure the records are maintained   properly 3. Both 1 and 2 above 4. To  ensure  the  individual maintaining  the  record  is accountable  for  errors 1-18. Which, if any,   of  the  following responsibilities  does  a  ship’s secretary  have  regarding  officer records? 1. Maintain  custody 2. Keep up to date 3. Both 1 and 2 above 4. Sign  where  indicated 1-19. Signatures  in  the  service  record are made in temporary black or blue-black ink. 1. True 2. False 1-20. Why are notices identified by a tab if they are interfile with instructions? 1. To  show  that  the  cancellation date of those notices has passed 2. To  facilitate  removal  of notices from the file on their cancellation  date 3. Because  notices  are  less authoritative  than  instructions 4. Because  notices  are  more authoritative  than  instructions 1-21. Who  is  ultimately  responsible  for making  the  Directives  Issuance System work on the ship? 1. Ship’s  secretary 2. Captain’s  Yeoman 3. Executive  officer 4. Administrative   assistant 1-22. The  required  publication  allowances are listed in which of the following  publications  and/or microfiche? 1. Naval  Military  Personnel  Manual 2. NAVSUP  P2002  (microfiche) 3. Both 1 and 2 above 4. Directives  Issuance  System Learning  Objective: Identify factors  that  contribute  to  high morale  and  agencies  available within  the  Navy  community  that promote health and welfare. 1-23. Since every petty officer and chief petty officer has a duty to work toward  maintaining  high  morale among  their  personnel,  what practice should each leader or supervisor  employ? 1. Avoid  counseling  about  personal matters 2. Avoid giving guidance in spiritual  matters 3. Provide  adequate  counseling  and guidance, but only in matters pertaining to a member’s military  duties  and  obligations 4. Provide  counseling  to  members who feel a need to discuss with you any problem that hinders the operation of your division 1-24. Which of the following is an indication  of  high  morale? 1. Confidence 2. Loyalty 3. Cooperation 4. Each of the above 3

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