1. The installation commander gave his 13-year-old son 100 shares of Phaulty Phrames stock that he
(the commander) owned. The commander made the gift partly because Phaulty Phrames sells
equipment to the installation under a basic ordering agreement and he did not want to violate The Joint
Ethics Regulation. Which of the following is true?
A. He is no longer violating The Joint Ethics Regulation.
B. He was never violating The Joint Ethics Regulation.
C. He is not violating The Joint Ethic Regulation if the son is still a minor.
D. He is still violating The Joint Ethics Regulation.
2. Colonel Malarchuk has worked for the last year negotiating with civilian firms regarding
specifications for the Le Page antiaircraft gun. He is one year from retirement and has made several
calls to the same defense contractors, who are working on the Le Page, regarding future employment.
Which of the following is true?
A. He has violated The Joint Ethics Regulation because he participated personally and
substantially for the government in the Le Page project.
B. He has violated 18 USC 371 by conspiring with a defense contractor.
C. He has violated 18 USC 1343 by making illegal job hunting calls.
D. He has committed no violation of the U.S. Code or Army regulations.
3. Mr. Ruth is the president of Tidal Landscapes, a company which sells submerged real estate to the
unwary. He conducts all of his sales pitches by telephone to buyers within the state but far enough
away that they won't drive down to inspect the land. He tells them that the land sits high on a bluff far
from any water. Which of the following is true?
A. He is guilty of mail fraud, 18 USC 1341.
B. He is guilty of wire fraud, 18 USC 1343.
D. None of the above.