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Unformatted text preview: of good service Captains mast: captain has final decision of what to do to the offender At sea, captains mast is mandatory, but in port, one can refuse captains mast. Then the case is brought to a court martial Court Martial: (going up in severity) 1. Summary 2. Special 3. General Non-judicial punishment is for minor offenses POWs required to tell captives: 1. Name 2. Rank 3. DOB 4. Service number Conditions of Readiness 1. Max state of readiness. All battle stations manned 2AS. Anti-Submarine warfare. All those involved in anti-submarine warfare are manning battle stations 2AW. Anti-air warfare. All those involved in anti-air warfare are manning battle stations 3. Wartime Cruising. 1/3 of crew is on watch 4. Normal Peacetime Cruising 5. Peacetime watch in port...
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- Spring '08
- World War II, Anti-submarine warfare, Nonjudicial punishment, Forward naval presence, naval shore stations, battle stations