• Obeting a Lawful Order or Regulation
    The reason for this 1000 word RBI is to show the importance of obeying orders and regulations when given to you by an Non Commissioned Officers. When given a order by a Non Commissioned Officer it is to be presumed it is a lawful order. If it is not that is the only time you may refuse to do that o
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  • Disrespect of an Nco and Disobeying a Direct Order
    The effects of disrespect of a non commissioned officer and the effects of disobeying a direct order. On 25 of August 2011, I accompanied SGT Williams off post. Although it seems to be nothing at all by that statement. The consequences of that night and the things I should have done are possibly
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  • Disobeying Orders
    When we were younger we were always told by our parents to behave and follow the rules in school and to be nice to the other children. At school they had a set of rules that we were meant to follow and abide by them. Here in the Marine Corps is no different there are many rules and regulations that
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  • Article 92 - Good Order and Military Discipline
    Article 92 Good order and Military discipline: The Disciplinary Regulations of the United States Army define military discipline as "a strict and honorable compliance by all servicemen with the order and rules prescribed by laws, military regulations and orders of commanders (superiors)." Mil
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  • Order
    Following Lawful Orders Lawful orders are given for a reason and you should always obey them. For starters you should always obey lawful orders because you took an oath to do so when you joined the military. A lawful order must be followed, and done so in a timely manner. If you disagree
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  • Was the Union Army's Invasion of the Confederate States a Lawful Act?
    Was the Union Army's Invasion of the Confederate States a Lawful Act? An Analysis of President Lincoln's Legal Arguments Against Secession by James Ostrowski This paper, included in Secession, State, and Liberty (New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 1998), edited by David Gordon, was
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  • Importance of Order
    The Importance of Orders The United States Army is a professional organization and many things contribute to it being so. One of the main factors contributing to the Army keeping its professional standard is order. Order helps keep the Army functional and keeps it organized so that we may stay abov
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  • Domestic Violence in India: Causes, Consequences and Remedies
    Domestic Violence in India: Causes, Consequences and Remedies Introduction “Bride tortured to death for dowry”, “School going kid succumbs to his injuries after beaten by father”, “A seventy year old man killed over property dispute”, “Harassment of men in Chandigarh…” All the
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  • The Unnintended Consequences of Good Will: Antonio Gramsci, Norberto Bobbio and Political Violence
    MA Dissertation THE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF GOOD WILL: ANTONIO GRAMSCI, NORBERTO BOBBIO & POLITICAL VIOLENCE By Mr. João Florêncio da COSTA Jr. A Dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of MA in International Relations & Management The London
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  • The Consequences of Violence
    Using violence as a tool for economic growth has been a strategy in many societies over the years to gain power or better their country because they truly thought it was the right thing for them. Whether it was right or wrong is for us to judge individually. Two particular societies that used violen
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  • the risk and possible consequences for children and young people using the internet, mobile phones and other technologies
    Learning outcome 1. 1.1 Identify the current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures of safeguarding the welfare of children and young people The guideline, legislation and policies to safeguard children and young people are as follows; United Nations Convention on the...
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  • Were the political classes right to be concerned with the potentially revolutionary consequences of radicalism?
    Were the political classes right to be concerned with the potentially revolutionary consequences of radicalism? In the comfortable knowledge of hindsight it is very easy to see the past as inevitable and thus, that it was inevitable that the radicalism of the first half of the 19th...
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  • Disrespecting/Disobeying Nco's
    Article 91 covers insubordinate conduct towards warrant officer, NCO, or PO. This is broken down rather heavily throughout the article covering as many bases and loopholes as possible it seems. After reading the article I have realized that not only did I disregard or fall under two of the categorie
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