NavyRegs Article 0858.
Entering a Port or Landing at a Place Not Designated

Entering a Port or Landing at a Place Not Designated0858.  Entering a Port or Landing at a Place Not Designated.

When a ship or aircraft enters a port or lands at a place not designated or permitted by instructions, the commanding officer shall promptly report to his or her immediate superior the cause for doing so, and an estimate of the delay which will be incurred.  When such port or place is within foreign jurisdiction, the nearest United States diplomatic or consular representative, accredited to the government concerned, shall also be informed.

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