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To Obey or Not to Obey Military Orders - US Military - About.com
These articles require the obedience of LAWFUL orders. An order which is unlawful not only does not need to be obeyed, but obeying such an order can result ...
Article 92—Failure to obey order or regulation
(c) A general order or regulation is lawful unless it is contrary to the Constitution, the laws of the United States, or lawful superior orders or for some other reason ...
First Sergeant Commander Relationships - US Military - About.com
... of the company, the conduct of the men, their exactness in obeying orders, and the regularity of their manners, will in a great measure depend on his vigilance.
Military Law: illegal military order, military legal system, military tribunal
Jun 17, 2004 ... ... to the subject of illegal military orders as a reason of doing crimes. ... no valid military purpose or contravenes existing law, obeying the order ...
firstsergeant - US Military - About.com
The conduct of the troops, their exactness in obeying orders and the regularity of their manners, would "in a large measure, depend upon the First Sergeant's ...
A Delicate Balance: Knowing Yourself and the Risks of Military ...
It's no secret that obedience to orders is a big part of being in the military. ... Obeying an unlawful order -- or even just one you find personally troubling -- is not a ...
Uniform Code of Military Justice (UJMJ) - ART. 92. FAILURE TO ...
Article 92—Failure to obey order or regulation · 11 General Orders of a Sentry · Army ... Orders (For Boot Camp) · Uniform Code of Military Justice (UJMJ) - ART.
Why Law Is Indispensable, by George Bernard Shaw (page two ...
... individuality and initiative of the soldier whilst increasing his mechanical efficiency, until he is simply a weapon with the power of hearing and obeying orders.
Punitive Articles of the UCMJ - Article 91 - US Military - About.com
... and 90 have with respect to commissioned officers, namely, to ensure obedience to their lawful orders, and to protect them from violence, insult, or disrespect.
Myth: Only Objective Moral Standards Allow for Moral Behavior ...
Are you only capable of caring about others when you are obeying orders to care about others and are threatened with punishment if you don't but promised ...
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