Obedience to orders also shows respect to the individual that gave you the order. In my opinion there is no limit to the consequences that can happen when a Marine does not follow the instructions given to him/her. Failure to obey an order or regulation can result an infraction to article 92 in the UCMJ, and can be punished severely. Article 92 is to me one of the most important article because it lays down ground law. Whatever the order that is given it should be executed with the best of your ability, because it helps strenthen the unit , where the work is spread out and everyone works together so the job gets done quickly.
Being on time is one of the most important things I have to do on a daily basis to show respect for my authority. Being tardy in a life or death situation could result in the loss of a fellow U.S. Army Soldier. As an American Soldier I should always be in the good habit of being on time to ensure that such situation never occurs. It is my responsibility to always to ensure that myself and fellow soldiers are in the proper location to ensure that each life is counted for. Lack of being on time can result in many different situation that can cause harm.
For example, I have a particularly strong anti-war ethic and some clients have been in the army and are very proud of that. I respect this and understand they have had a different life experience to me so do not let my views get in the way of having a professional working relationship. 2.1 explain why reflecting on practice is an important way to develop knowledge, skills and practice. I want to provide the best care for the students we support and to do this
The orders issued in garrison are just as important as the ones being issued in a combat zone. It is important that the order be understood and done when told to, to avoid further problems. I realize that disrespect does not alway fall under the guise of orders, however as understood by the UCMJ, disrespect and disregarding an order are one in the same so the comparison and effectively, the issue fall under the same
Which of the elements of bushido and chivalry would work well for a code of chivalry in today’s world? Explain. Well one element that is in both is loyalty. Whether it was loyalty to their church or to their shoguns you must have loyalty. This would work well in today’s world because you can’t trust anybody, So if we had to obey a code that would work well.
Our Second speaker will be talking to you about the many problems that still exist in our world today. He will also be talking to you about how technology has not necessarily changed and also the three problems that need to be changed for the world to never be the same. Our third and ﬁnal speaker, will point out every ﬂaw in the opposing teams arguments and sum up Ethan's and I’s points and leave you in no doubt that the would has been the same since 9/11. Warfare is as old as human civilization. In fact.
To historians, it stands as a symbol of what humans can accomplish through ages of determination. By excavating the tombs of Egypt, we have been able to see how the Egyptians lived, and how they made their way into what they considered the afterlife. Egypt today still holds wonder for historians, just as it once did for the people of centuries before us. We can never truly know exactly how the Ancient Egyptians lived, an educated guess is the best we can do with the information found, but from what we do know, they were a great nation who fell at the hands of jealous empires, but left us with a history that will never be
There was also an additional day of training in which more emphasis was placed on the seriousness of the issue. This move from commanders gives us the impression that they want the best for all. Conclusion As the number show, the military has not solved this issue within the ranks. Reoccurring training can help but being vigilant and a good wingman will reinforce these standards. These numbers need to be reduced to keep quality of life at a high state and makes the workplace safe for all.
And just like in life we didn’t get to choose our consequence for our action. But whether you make a good or bad choice there is always a consequence. Being obedient is important for our safety and the Lord sees obstacles ahead that we may not be capable of seeing, so we just have to trust in him and follows his commandments. The savior is the ultimate example of obedience. The savior was always obedient.
In this article by Mrs. Deluca she mentioned that combat soldiers are trained to “toughing it out”, whatever the problem is. They are trained not to show any signs of “weakness” because in some cases it is frowned upon. Combat war veterans at times will tend to judge themselves as being weak because the condition makes them feel weak. Mrs. Deluca also explains that to tough it out is a skill that is necessary when it comes to a combat situation. The reason is because soldiers see it as skills that work and that have made it possible for them to come home alive from war.