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The Navy requires personnel to self-report if they have been arrested or are being prosecuted for a criminal offense - this is legal according to the Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals.
However, there are several qualifications: (1) the person cannot be required to disclose the underlying facts, (2) any questions about the case must be preceded with a rights warning in accordance with Article 31, UCMJ, and there is a qualified immunity for use of the report.
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