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A  person  punished  under  Article  15  may appeal   the   imposition   of   such   punishment through   proper   channels   to   the   appropriate appeal  authority.  If,  however,  the  offender  is transferred   to   a   new   command   before   filing his  or  her  appeal,  the  immediate  CO  of  the offender  at  the  time  the  appeal  is  filed  should send  the  appeal  directly  to  the  officer  who imposed  the  punishment. When   the   officer   who   imposed   the punishment  is  in  the  Navy  chain  of  command, the  appeal  will  normally  be  sent  to  the  area coordinator   authorized   to   convene   general courts-martial. A  GCM  authority  superior  to the   officer imposing   punishment may, however, set up an alternate route for appeals. When  the  area  coordinator  is  not  superior in  rank  or  command  to  the  officer  imposing punishment,  or  when  the  area  coordinator  is the   officer   imposing   punishment,   the   appeal will   be   sent   to   the   GCM   authority   next superior  in  the  chain  of  command  to  the officer   who   imposed   the   punishment.   An immediate  or  delegated  area  coordinator  who has   authority   to   convene   GCMs   may   take action  instead  of  an  area  coordinator  if  he  or she  is  superior  in  rank  or  command  to  the officer  who  imposed  the  punishment. For  mobile  units,  the  area  coordinator  for the  previous  purposes  is  the  area  coordinator most  accessible  to  the  unit  at  the  time  of sending  the  appeal. When   the   officer   who   imposed   the punishment  is  in  the  chain  of  command  of  the Commandant  of  the  Marine  Corps,  the  appeal will  be  made  to  the  officer  next  superior  in the  chain  of  command  to  the  officer  who imposed  the  punishment. When   the   officer   who   imposed   the punishment  has  been  designated  a  CO  for naval   personnel   of   a   multiservice   command, the   appeal   will   be   made   according   to   the JAGMAN. A  flag  or  general  officer  in  command  may, with  the  express  prior  approval  of  the  Chief  of Naval   Personnel   or   the   Commandant   of   the Marine  Corps,  delegate  authority  to  act  on appeals  to  a  principal  assistant.  An  officer who  has  delegated  his  or  her  NJP  power  to  a principal  assistant  may  not  act  on  an  appeal from  punishment  imposed  by  that  assistant. TIME Appeals   must   be   submitted   in   writing within  5  days  of  the  imposition  of  NJP  or  the right   to   appeal   is   waived   in   the   absence   of good  cause  shown. The  appeal  period  runs from  the  date  the  accused  is  informed  of  his or  her  appeal  rights.  Normally,  this  is  the  day NJP  is  imposed. With  an  appeal  submitted more  than  5  days  after  the  imposition  of  NJP (less  any  mailing  delays),  the  officer  acting  on the appeal determines whether good cause was shown  for  the  delay  in  the  appeal. If it appears to the accused that good cause may  exist  that  would  make  it  impossible  or extremely  difficult  to  prepare  and  submit  the appeal   within   the   5-day   period,   the   accused should   immediately   advise   the   officer   who imposed  the  punishment  of  the  problems  and request  an  extension  of  time. The   officer imposing  NJP  determines  whether  good  cause was  shown  and  advises  the  accused  whether an  extension  of  time  is  permitted. UNIT   PUNISHMENT   BOOK The   UPB   contains   a   record   of   all   NJP hearings   conducted   by   a   command,   not   just those  in  which  punishment  was  awarded,  and is  required  by  the  MILPERSMAN.  The  form that  is  used  to  record  NJP  hearings  is  the NAVPERS  1626/7.  When  all  actions  have been  completed  on  a  particular  NJP  hearing, the  space  provided  in  the  final  administrative action   portion   of   the   NAVPERS   1626/7   (see section  J)  that  indicates  when  the  case  record is  filed  in  the  UPB  should  be  filled  out. Although  there  is  no  requirement  to  do  so,  it is  good  administrative  practice  to  attach  all 9-15

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