39. Correspondence, etc., with the enemy.
Every person subject to naval law, who,
(a) traitorously holds correspondence with the enemy or gives intelligence to the enemy; or
(b) fails to make known to the proper authorities any information he may have received from the enemy; or
(c) assists the enemy with any supplies; or
(d) having been made a prisoner of war, voluntarily serves with or aids the enemy; shall be punished with death or such other punishment as is hereinafter mentioned.