Failure to obey any lawful order or regulation shall be punished under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. (Article 92) When I was young I was told to be nice and follow all the rules and do what I was told especially in school. Here in the Marines is no different there are many rules and regulations that are meant to be followed under the Uniform Code of Military Justice Article 92.It’s Important to keep following the orders you are given by anyone who is higher rank than you or been in longer than you and that you follow these rules exactly like you are ordered to do so. In this essay I will be talking about disobeying an order like I was told to do so. I will try my best’s efforts to explain everything and show what I know in this process. In the next set of paragraphs I will be discussing of Article 92: Failure to obey an order or regulation. Article 92 should always be followed or it could bring serious consequences to anybody who decides to disobey an order like myself.
First what is UCMJ? The Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) is the base of military law. The UCMJ is a federal law, enacted by Congress in1950. The UCMJ was based upon and replaced the Articles of War. Which had been in various forms since 1775. Articles 77 through 134 of the UCMJ are known as the "punitive articles,". Specific offenses which can result in punishment by a court-martial. The law requires the Commander-in-Chief (The President of the United States) to implement the rules of the UCMJ. The President accomplishes this by an executive order known as the Manual for Court Martial or MCM. Chapter 4 of the MCM covers , and expands on the punitive articles. The MCM divides the punitive articles into six parts: The text, elements of the offense, an explanation, lesser included offenses, maximum permissible punishments, and sample specifications.
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