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    of commanding officers in administrating and fair play in units. In this assignment, we can say that the commanding officer has the ultimate power or authority in commanding the whole unit and commanding officer can mould the base they signed into what shape they want as long it is not breaking the military law. The commanding officer is responsible in performing their duties fairly and impartially. A good commanding officer will, immediately upon taking command, publish in writing to his command his expectations, his desires, his standards and also knows he is human, and seeks the counsel of his support team to keep him on the straight and true path. For army, the commanding…

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    the Commanding Officer for the 2015-2016 school year. This is the highest achievement and rank that a cadet in the program can earn, and I ached for that position. The main requirement for achieving this rank is participation in the Leadership Academy and in the Sail Training course, which lasted two weeks in Newport, Rhode Island. Upon…

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    family moved away from Christchurch in 1970 to the deep south of New Zealand’s South Island. Invercargill is a small city existing largely to serve the surrounding farming communities and a nearby aluminum smelter. I attended school from the age of five, and during this period acquired two younger brothers. By 1979 the family moved to Nelson, at the top of the South Island where my father intended to retire onto an orchard in a far more pleasant climate. I attended Nelson College until the…

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    action performed by Reserve Battalion 101, and it was the first time that Trapp gave the men a choice to be reassigned to other tasks instead of participating directly in the killings. The Massacre in Łomazy differed from Józefów in two ways: it was headed by Lieutenant Gnade, whom showed no compassion or propriety when executing the Jews, and men were not given the choice to withdraw from the killings. Some officers like Georg Kageler were able to avoid the killings by participating in…

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    don’t feel it until something like that happens. A couple weeks after that happened we were all on high alert and on edge. I was out on a convoy and it was my turn to man the turret with the 50-caliber machine gun. On our patrol, we came across a group of children who were armed with AK-47 machine guns. In the Middle East it is not uncommon for people to have machine guns, especially children. Just because people had machine guns did not make them a threat or the enemy. This is just they way…

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    States committed adultery. President Clinton was caught committing adultery with a White House intern. During the scandal the House of Representative tried to impeach President Clinton; however, the Senate failed to eject Clinton (Nelson, 2013). This case was very controversial because supporters believed President Clinton 's personal life was not a public issue (Nelson, 2013). I do not understand how the President of the United States, who is the Commander in Chief, receives a slap on the…

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    strongly disagree with, yet they must do them anyway. With any career, there exists moments in which one must put aside their beliefs in order to accomplish a task because one is expected to do so. In other words, people complete many morally questionable tasks because “they are embarrassed not to” (O’Brien 443). In “Guests of the Nation” Noble watches over the Englishmen because of “a sense of responsibility” for them, but they are also forced to execute them because it is “only their duty”…

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    Disobedience In Military

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    some of the stress related issues that our service members go through. Much of this stress comes from superior officers. Orders are given to lower ranking members that they sometimes do not agree with. However, our military members are taught to take orders from superior officers no matter if they agree with the orders or not. One of our military foundations is to obey. Soldiers are taught from boot camp to obey with no questions asked. If they don’t listen to orders given to them by superiors…

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    United States for about 240 years. It has held a strong force in every major conflict the U.S has been a part of. These conflicts are world war one and two, Vietnam, and the Middle East Although the Army has many types’ helicopters and other air bases operations; it is mostly a land-based force. During peacetimes the army slows the number of people it takes. For the time being they are taking as many people as they can to make a stand to the rest of the world. They are doing this because…

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    The ELI summed me up perfectly by stating that I used sensibility in my decision making and equality. Those are the virtues that most military people have. The reason that I chose to get an education is a direct correlation from my Ethical Lens Inventory. All my life I always heard that education will get you a better high paying job. So the sensibility in getting an education to me was to get an education to have a better life. The military really made it a reality. The whole officer and…

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