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Title 32Subtitle AChapter VISubchapter APart 700


TITLE 32—National Defense

Subtitle A—DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER VI—DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY

SUBCHAPTER A—UNITED STATES NAVY REGULATIONS AND OFFICIAL RECORDS

PART 700—UNITED STATES NAVY REGULATIONS AND OFFICIAL RECORDS

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Subpart A—NAVY REGULATIONS

§700.101
Origin and history of United States Navy Regulations.
§700.102
Statutory authority for issuance of United States Navy Regulations.
§700.103
Purpose and effect of United States Navy Regulations.
§700.104
Statutory authority for prescription of other regulations.
§700.105
Issuance of directives by other officers and officials.
§700.106
Control of administrative requirements.
§700.107
Maintenance of Navy Regulations.
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Subpart B—THE DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY

§700.201
Origin and authority of the Department of the Navy.
§700.202
Mission of the Department of the Navy.
§700.203
Composition.
§700.204
The principal elements of the Department of the Navy.
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Subpart C—THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY

The Secretary of the Navy

§700.301
Responsibilities of the Secretary of the Navy.
§700.302
Responsibilities within the Department of the Navy.
§700.303
Succession.
§700.304
Recommendations to Congress.
§700.305
Assignment of functions.
§700.306
Assignment of duty and titles.
§700.307
Powers with respect to the Coast Guard.

The Office of the Secretary of the Navy

§700.310
Composition.
§700.311
Sole responsibilities.
§700.312
Authority over organizational matters.

The Office of the Secretary of the Navy/The Civilian Executive Assistants

§700.320
The Civilian Executive Assistants.
§700.321
The Under Secretary of the Navy.
§700.322
Assistant Secretaries of the Navy; statutory authorization.
§700.323
The Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management).
§700.324
The Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs).
§700.325
The Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Installations and Environment).
§700.326
The Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition).
§700.327
The General Counsel of the Navy.

The Office of the Secretary of the Navy/The Staff Assistants

§700.330
The Staff Assistants.
§700.331
The Judge Advocate General.
§700.332
The Naval Inspector General.
§700.333
The Chief of Naval Research.
§700.334
The Chief of Information.
§700.335
The Chief of Legislative Affairs.
§700.336
The Director, Office of Program Appraisal.
§700.337
The Auditor General.
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Subpart D—THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS

§700.401
Precedence.
§700.402
Succession.
§700.403
Statutory authority and responsibility of the Chief of Naval Operations.
§700.404
Statutory authority and responsibility of the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations.
§700.405
Delegated authority and responsibility.
§700.406
Naval Vessel Register, classification of naval craft, and status of ships and service craft.
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Subpart E—THE COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS

§700.501
Precedence.
§700.502
Succession.
§700.503
Statutory authority and responsibility of the Commandant of the Marine Corps.
§700.504
Statutory authority and responsibility of the Headquarters, Marine Corps.
§700.505
Delegated authority and responsibility.
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Subpart F—THE UNITED STATES COAST GUARD (WHEN OPERATING AS A SERVICE IN THE NAVY)

§700.601
Relationship and operation as a service in the Navy.
§700.602
The Commandant of the Coast Guard.
§700.603
Duties and responsibilities.
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Subpart G—COMMANDERS IN CHIEF AND OTHER COMMANDERS

Titles and Duties of Commanders

§700.701
Titles of commanders.
§700.702
Responsibility and authority of commanders.
§700.703
To announce assumption of command.
§700.704
Readiness.
§700.705
Observance of international law.
§700.706
Keeping immediate superiors informed.

Staffs of Commanders

§700.710
Organization of a staff.
§700.711
Authority and responsibilities of officers of a staff.

Administration and Discipline

§700.720
Administration and discipline: Staff embarked.
§700.721
Administration and discipline: Staff based ashore.
§700.722
Administration and discipline: Staff unassigned to an administrative command.
§700.723
Administration and discipline: Separate and detached command.
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Subpart H—THE COMMANDING OFFICER

Commanding Officers in General

§700.801
Applicability.
§700.802
Responsibility.
§700.804
Organization of commands.
§700.809
Persons found under incriminating circumstances.
§700.810
Rules for visits.
§700.811
Dealers, tradesmen, and agents.
§700.812
Postal matters.
§700.815
Deaths.
§700.816
The American National Red Cross.
§700.819
Records.
§700.822
Delivery of personnel to civil authorities and service of subpoena or other process.
§700.826
Physical security.
§700.827
Effectiveness for service.
§700.828
Search by foreign authorities.
§700.832
Environmental pollution.
§700.834
Care of ships, aircraft, vehicles and their equipment.
§700.835
Work, facilities, supplies, or services for other Government departments, State or local governments, foreign governments, private parties and morale, welfare, and recreational activities.

Commanding Officers Afloat

§700.840
Unauthorized persons on board.
§700.841
Control of passengers.
§700.842
Authority over passengers.
§700.844
Marriages on board.
§700.845
Maintenance of logs.
§700.846
Status of logs.
§700.847
Responsibility of a master of an in-service ship of the Military Sealift Command.
§700.848
Relations with merchant seamen.
§700.855
Status of boats.
§700.856
Pilotage.
§700.857
Safe navigation and regulations governing operation of ships and aircraft.
§700.859
Quarantine.
§700.860
Customs and immigration inspections.

Special Circumstances/Ships in Naval Stations and Shipyards

§700.871
Responsibility for safety of ships and craft at a naval station or shipyard.
§700.872
Ships and craft in drydock.
§700.873
Inspection incident to commissioning of ships.

Special Circumstances/Prospective Commanding Officers

§700.880
Duties of the prospective commanding officer of a ship.
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Subpart I—THE SENIOR OFFICER PRESENT

Contents

§700.901
The senior officer present.
§700.902
Eligibility for command at sea.
§700.903
Authority and responsibility.
§700.904
Authority of senior officer of the Marine Corps present.
§700.922
Shore patrol.
§700.923
Precautions for health.
§700.924
Medical or dental aid to persons not in the naval service.
§700.934
Exercise of power of consul.
§700.939
Granting of asylum and temporary refuge.
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Subpart J—PRECEDENCE, AUTHORITY AND COMMAND

Authority

§700.1020
Exercise of authority.
§700.1026
Authority of an officer who succeeds to command.
§700.1038
Authority of a sentry.

Detail to Duty

§700.1052
Orders to active service.
§700.1053
Commander of a task force.
§700.1054
Command of a naval base.
§700.1055
Command of a naval shipyard.
§700.1056
Command of a ship.
§700.1057
Command of an air activity.
§700.1058
Command of a submarine.
§700.1059
Command of a staff corps activity.
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Subpart K—GENERAL REGULATIONS

Standards of Conduct

§700.1101
Demand for court-martial.
§700.1113
Endorsement of commercial product or process.
§700.1120
Personal privacy and rights of individuals regarding their personal records.

Official Records

§700.1121
Disclosure, publication and security of official information.
§700.1126
Correction of naval records.
§700.1127
Control of official records.
§700.1128
Official records in civil courts.

Duties of Individuals

§700.1138
Responsibilities concerning marijuana, narcotics, and other controlled substances.
§700.1139
Rules for preventing collisions, afloat and in the air.

Rights and Restrictions

§700.1162
Alcoholic beverages.
§700.1167
Supremacist activity.


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