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Learning Objective: List the requirements  for  drafting  and writing  messages  and  the responsibilities  of  the  individuals involved. 2-35. In addition to outgoing letters, outgoing messages are a vital administrative  function. 1. True 2. False IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 2-36 THROUGH 2-39, SELECT  FROM  COLUMN  B  THE  RESPONSIBILITY ASSIGNED TO THE INDIVIDUAL IN COLUMN A. A.  INDIVIDUALS B.  RESPONSIBILITIES 2-36. Originator 1. 2-37. Drafter 2. 2-38. User 2-39. Message releaser 3. 4. Composes  the message Authorized  to release the message The  authority in whose name a message is sent Authorized  to draft, release, and process the message 2-40. Which  of  the  following  publications lists  the  authorized  Plain  Language Addresses  (PLRs)  for  messages? 1. Standard Navy Distribution List (SNDL) 2. Message Address Directory  (MAD) 3. Telecommunications  Users  Manual (NTP) 4. Naval  Military  Personnel  Manual (MILPERSMAN) 2-41. How many types of classified and unclassified  narrative  messages  are there? What  precedence  is  normally 2-42. 2–43. 2–44. 2-45. 2-46. 2-47. assigned  to  commercially  refiled messages? 1. ROUTINE 2.  PRIORITY 3. IMMEDIATE 4. FLASH For drafting a message that contains  classified  information, which  of  the  following  instructions prescribes  the  special  instructions and  declassification  markings? 1. OPNAVINST  1000.16F 2. OPNAVINST  1710.7 3. OPNAVINST  5213.1B 4. OPNAVINST  5510.1H Operational  messages  deal  only  with perishable  information. 1. True 2. False What  is  the  highest  precedence normally  assigned  to  administrative messages? 1. ROUTINE 2. PRIORITY 3. IMMEDIATE 4. FLASH When  drafting  a  message,  which  of the following rules of naval courtesy  should  you  observe? 1. Juniors  ADTAKE  seniors 2. Seniors  request  attention 3. List  addresses  by  highest echelons  before  lower 4. Both 2 and 3 above Which  of  the  following  factors  must be considered first before you can write a message? 1. The  classification 2. The length 3. The purpose 4. The  distribution 1. Five 2. Two 3. Three 4. Four 14

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