FREE CVS Assessment Code of Conduct Questions and Answers

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There may be legally binding agreements that specify the obligations of both countries during peacetime (such as the Status of Forces Agreement). When using the guidance in CoC Article 5, detained individuals should consider that:

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Explanation:
When using the guidance in CoC Article 5 during peacetime, detained individuals should consider that there may be binding agreements, such as Status of Forces Agreements (SOFA), between the detaining government and the United States which outline the responsibilities of both nations. These agreements may specify the procedures and timelines for notifying the U.S. government of the detention of U.S. military personnel.

They recommended that prisoners of war (PWs) remember that the Geneva Conventions' clauses forbid a captor nation from executing a PW just for attempting to flee.

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Explanation:
The statement is true.
Article 3 of the Code of Conduct (COC) for members of the United States Armed Forces states that "if captured, I will continue to resist by all means available. I will make every effort to escape and aid others to escape. I will accept neither parole nor special favors from the enemy."

Which of the following claims about the UCMJ is untrue?

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Explanation:
The statement that is not true of the UCMJ is: "Punishment for the serious offense" (assuming the intended meaning is that punishment is only imposed for serious offenses).

Third landmark of the precordial inspection.

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Since President Reagan modified the terminology to make it gender-neutral, the code of conduct has changed.

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Explanation:
The statement is true.
In 1988, President Reagan amended the language of the Code of Conduct for members of the United States Armed Forces to make it gender-neutral. Prior to this amendment, the Code of Conduct used only male pronouns and was therefore not inclusive of female service members. The amendment changed the language to use gender-neutral terms, making the Code of Conduct applicable to all service members, regardless of gender.

Retaliation against anyone who, in good faith, raises a legal or ethical concern or cooperates with an investigation is forbidden by CVS Health.

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Explanation:
The statement is true.
CVS Health has a policy prohibiting retaliation against anyone who raises a legal or ethical concern in good faith or cooperates with an investigation. This policy is designed to encourage employees to report concerns without fear of retaliation.

Recommends that people should consider themselves "caught against their will" if they have used all practical steps to avoid it.

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Explanation:
Article 2 of the Code of Conduct (COC) for members of the United States Armed Forces states that "if an individual is isolated and held against his will by a hostile power, or if he is detained by neutral authorities against his will, he will be considered a prisoner of war (POW)."

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