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4-43. Counterespionage  briefings  are conducted  by  which  of  the  following individuals? 1. Security  manager 2. Commanding  officer 3. Naval  Investigative  Service agent 4. Defense  Investigative  Service agent 4-44. Who assures that you undergo a defensive  foreign  travel  briefing? 1. Educational  services  officer 4-45. 4–46. 4–47. 2. Security  manager 3. Administrative   officer 4. Commanding  officer Who  determines  if  your  dependents should  receive  a  defensive  foreign travel  briefing? 1. Commanding  officer 2. Administrative  officer 3. Security  officer 4. Educational  services  officer Under  what  circumstances  must  a commanding  officer  make  sure  a security  debriefing  is  conducted for a member? 1. If the member is separated from active duty 2. If the member no longer requires  access  to  classified material 3. If  the  member  inadvertently gains  substantive  access  to information that he or she is not eligible to receive 4. All of the above When  a  security  debriefing  has  been conducted  for  a  member,  what disposition is made of the original of  the  Security  Termination Statement,  OPNAV  Form  5511/14? 1. Filed  in  the  individual’s service  record 2. Filed in the classified material  records  file 3. Forwarded  to  Director,  Naval Investigative   Service 4. Forwarded to the Bureau of Naval  Personnel 4-48. When the security clearance of a marine has been revoked for cause, what disposition is made of the original  security  termination statement? 1. Filed in the individual’s service  record 2. Filed in the command’s files for 2 years 3. Forwarded to the Commandant of the Marine Corps 4. Forwarded  to  Director,  Naval Investigative  Service 4–49. What disposition is made of the security  termination  statement  when the statement is executed at the conclusion  of  a  limited  access authorization? 1. Filed in the individual’s service  record 2. Filed in the command’s files for 2 years 3. Forwarded to the Bureau of Naval  Personnel 4. Forwarded  to  Director,  Naval Investigative  Service 4-50. A  security  termination  statement  is not executed when a member is being transferred from one command to another. 1. True 2. False 33

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