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MANUAL   FOR   COURTS-MARTIAL By  enactment  of  the  UCMJ,  approved  5 May  1950,  as  amended  by  the  Military  Justice Act  of  24  October  1968,  Congress  established a  single  set  of  laws  for  administering  justice to  all  the  armed  forces.  Under  the  authority of  this  act,  the  President  issued  the  Manual for  Courts-Martial   (MCM),  United   States, 1984.  The   MCM   describes   the   types   of courts-martial   established   by   the   UCMJ, defines  their  jurisdiction,  and  prescribes  their membership  and  procedures.  It  also  covers such matters as nonjudicial punishment (NJP), review   of   court-martial   proceedings,   new trials,  and  limitations  on  punishments.  T  h  e MCM   was   prepared   in   the   Office   of   the Secretary  of  Defense  and  was  approved  and signed   by   the   President. It  is  a  loose-leaf volume  issued  to  the  Navy  through  the  Office of  the  Judge  Advocate  General. MANUAL  OF  THE  JUDGE ADVOCATE    GENERAL The  Manual   of   the   Judge   Advocate General  (JAGMAN),   JAGINST   5800.7, prepared by the Navy Judge Advocate General and  authorized  by  the  Secretary  of  the  Navy, covers  legal  and  judicial  matters  that  apply only   to   the   naval   service, It  also  includes instructions  regarding  boards  of  investigation and  examining  boards—their  composition, authority,  and  procedures. The  JAGMAN  is  prepared  by  the  Office of  the  Judge  Advocate  General  and  prepared in   a   loose-leaf   volume   for   ease   in   making changes,  This  publication  is  discussed  further in chapter 9. NAVAL   MILITARY PERSONNEL   MANUAL The  Naval   Military   Personnel   Manual (MILPERSMAN)  is  issued  under  N a vy Regulations,  1990.   It   contains   policy,   rules, and   practices   for   administration   of   military personnel  within  the  Navy. Each  article  is  identified  by  a  seven-digit number. The  first  two  digits  identify  the chapter;   the   second   two   identify   a   section within  the  chapter;  and  the  last  three  identify an  article  within  the  section.  Though  written together (such as 3860280), the article number should be spoken as though it is three separate groups  of  numbers  (38  60  280).  Although  the seven-digit number is referred to as the article number,  it  actually  includes  article,  chapter, and  section  identification  numbers, Changes   and   distribution   are   authorized and  published  by  the  Deputy  Chief  of  Naval Personnel  with  approval  of  the  Chief  of  Naval Personnel   (CHNAVPERS),   published   in loose-leaf   form   for   convenience   in   making changes. DEPARTMENT   OF   THE   NAW INFORMATION   AND   PERSONNEL SECURITY   PROGRAM   REGULATION The  Department   of   the   Navy   Information and   Personnel   Security   Program   Regulation, OPNAVINST   5510.1,   approved   by   the Secretary of the Navy and issued by the CNO, is  commonly  referred  to  as  the  Security Manual.  This  manual  is  established  to  ensure that   classified   information   is   protected   from unauthorized  disclosure.  It  also  ensures  that appointment  or  retention  of  civilian  employees of   the   DON,   acceptance   or   retention   of military   personnel   in   the   Navy   or   Marine Corps,   and   granting   access   to   classified information  or  assignment  to  other  sensitive duties are clearly consistent with the interests of  national  security.  Each  individual,  military or  civilian,  in  or  employed  by  the  Navy  or Marine   Corps   is   responsible   individually   for compliance with this regulation in all respects. The Security  Manual  contains   procedures for   classifying,   marking,   and handling classified  information,  and  for  access  to  and authorized  disclosure  of  the  information,  This publication  is  discussed  further  in  chapter  8. 2-2

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