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imposed, but a report to the Department of the Army   or   Department   of   the   Air   Force   is required.  See  the   Naval   Military   Personnel Manual  (MILPERSMAN),   Article   1860320.5a and  5b,  for  the  procedures  to  follow. Express agreements do not extend to Coast Guard   personnel   serving   with   a   naval command, but other policy statements say that the  naval  command  should  not  try  to  exercise NJP  over  such  personnel  assigned  to  its  unit. Because  the  Marine  Corps  is  part  of  the Department of the Navy, no general restriction extends   to   the   exercise   of   NJP   by   Navy commanders  over  Marine  Corps  personnel  or by   Marine   Corps   commanders   over   Navy personnel. Imposition of NJP on Embarked Personnel The  CO  or  OIC  of  a  unit  attached  to  a ship  for  duty  should,  as  a  matter  of  policy, refrain   from   exercising   his   or   her   power   to impose  NJP  and  refer  all  such  matters  to  the CO  of  the  ship  for  disposition.  This  policy does  not  apply  to  Military  Sealift  Command (MSC)  vessels  operating  under  masters  or  to organized  units  embarked  on  a  Navy  ship  for transportation   only.   Nevertheless,   the   CO   of a  ship  may  permit  a  CO  or  an  OIC  of  a  unit attached to that ship to exercise NJP authority. Imposition of NJP on Reservists Reservists  on  active  duty  for  training  or, under   some   circumstances,   inactive   duty   for training,  are  subject  to  the  UCMJ  and, therefore,  subject  to  the  imposition  of  NJP. The  offense(s)  that  the  CO  or  OIC  seeks to  punish  at  NJP  must  have  occurred  while the   member   was   on   active   duty   or   inactive duty  training.  However,  it  is  not  necessary that   NJP   occurs   (or   the   offense   even   be discovered)  before  the  end  of  the  active  duty or  inactive  duty  training  period  during  which the   alleged   misconduct   occurred. In  that regard,  the  officer  seeking  to  impose  NJP  has the   following   options: l  He  or  she  may  impose  NJP  during  the active  duty  or  inactive  duty  training  when  the misconduct    occurred. l  He  or  she  may  impose  NJP  at  a  later period  of  active  duty  or  inactive  duty  training (so  long  as  this  is  within  2  years  of  the  date of  the  offense). l    He    or    she    may    request    from    the regular   component   officer   exercising   general court-martial  jurisdiction  (OEGCMJ)  over  the accused an involuntary recall of the accused to active  duty  or  inactive  duty  training  to  impose NJP. l  If  the  accused  waives  his  or  her  right to  be  present  at  the  NJP  hearing,  the  CO  or OIC  may  impose  NJP  after  the  period  of active   duty   or   inactive   duty   training   of   the accused  has  ended. Punishment   imposed   upon   persons   who were   involuntarily   recalled   for   imposition   of N J P    m a y    n ot include   restraint   unless SECNAV  approves  the  recall. Right  of  an  Accused  to  Demand Trial  by  Court-Martial Article  15a,  UCMJ,  and  part  V,  par.  3, MCM,  1984,  provide  another  limitation  on  the exercise  of  NJP.  Except  for  a  person  attached to  or  embarked  in  a  vessel,  an  accused  may demand  trial  by  court-martial  in  lieu  of  NJP. This right to refuse NJP exists up until the time of imposition of NJP (that is, up until the CO  announces  the  punishment).  This  right  is not  waived  by  the  accused  having  previously signed  a  report  chit  showing  that  he  or  she would  accept  NJP. The  category  of  persons  who  may   n ot refuse  NJP  includes  those  persons  assigned  or attached  to  a  vessel  who  are  on  board  for 9-3

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