There are many reasons why a soldier should follow all of the orders they are given because every one of them is important in any circumstance. An order is a task given to a soldier that has to be done in a certain period of time in an efficient manner. There are three main reasons of why it’s important for a soldier to follow the orders they are given: To be disciplined, an effective combat, and be a good soldier and love your job. When a soldier doesn’t follow the orders they were given it doesn’t only affect them it affects everyone in the team and the goals they have set for the mission. When soldiers don’t follow the orders, the objectives are hurt and the chances of winning the war. When you’re in the army you need to stop and think if it will harm you or your battle buddies. When a soldier doesn’t follow orders while in combat zone it makes the mission ineffective, if a single soldier in the unit is combat ineffective it lowers the chances of winning, making the leaders deal with a soldier that can’t handle the workload of the unit. For example if Sergeant tells a private to prepare the guns before they go out for the mission the sergeant is telling the private to get the guns ready so they can be fully functional and help out when its needed in the fight. It doesn’t matter if the private doesn’t know why he had to do what he was told, the soldier need to follow the order without any questions. When a soldier follows the orders without any questions it extremely helps increase the chances of winning the war. Soldiers must be able to follow orders and accomplish them effectively. This gives the unite a big increase of more and strength to make it where the leadership have no reasons to think they won’t do the right thing. It releases a lot of tension from the leaders and the other members of the team, it allows every soldier to realize what the work is extend out evenly to work as a team and get the job done fast.
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