Uniform Code of Military Justice

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    As a Marine, the civilian world sees us as an immaculate figure to the United States. In a way giving us the respect and honor we so proudly earn. Inside the Marine Corps we learn to honor these values and morals we received since boot camp. It molds us to become disciplined and show this figure to others. If we loose focus as a Marine we sadly decline that and become to be a lesser than normal civilian. The discipline and the honor fades immediately. One example of this is disrespecting senior enlisted or officers in the Marine Corps. If a Marine looses focus and becomes a candidate to such wrongful behavior an NJP (Non-Judicial Punishment) will be implemented from our UCMJ (Uniformed Code of Military Justice). To name a few articles like Article 89, 90, 91 and 92 will come to affect the Marine 's personal and professional life for such negative acts he commits. Some examples of these negative effects will be his capital gain since each pay check the Marine will be getting…

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    Essay On Military Ethics

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    The military has a set of rules that every member must follow. These laws hold them to an even higher standard than state and federal laws. Enlisting in the military involves stating an oath, which says that this is a choice without reservation or purpose of avoidance. Locally, the effect of this choice is all around us; there are over three thousand soldiers in the Montana National Guard. The army instills multiple creeds and acronyms into all its up- and- coming soldiers, in attempts to have…

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    No matter what rank a person is in the military, guidelines are implaced to keep order. Despite what you may assume, each one is very important and must be followed. Following orders are important due to the fact that they can also be used in the combat field, instill discipline and build good character. School and classroom rules are not just important there, but as well in the combat zone. Out in the battle field is a prime example of why following orders is important. When a soldier disobeys…

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    Under the Secretary of Defense’s guidance on Communication with Presidential Campaigns, military members “are prohibited from engaging with potential candidates and their authorized representatives on any matter related to their official duties under any circumstances.” As the 2016 Presidential Election is coming to a close, it has been evident that following this direction is of the utmost importance. There is an unwavering trust in military members and consequently, the possibility to…

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    Case Study: Bowe Bergdahl

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    Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will face general court-martial in connection with his 2009 disappearance from his base in Afghanistan, the service announced Monday, raising the possibility that the soldier could face life in prison after being held captive for five years. Bergdahl, 29, is charged with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy. He has been a political lightning rod since he was exchanged in May 2014 in a prisoner swap approved by the White House in which five Taliban officials were…

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    Ufc Fraud Case Summary

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    The UCC protects the HDC because, HDC as a third party is less likely to be responsible for most fraudulent instrument. The UCC can sometimes fail to protect “the loser party” involved with fraud because of Good Faith Status. For example in one of the cases from unit 5, Negotiable Instruments. A bank was contacted by an imposter who claimed to be Ronald E. Wilder, but was later found he wasn’t. The imposter who claimed to be Ronald E. Wilder obtained an 18,000 dollar loan from the bank and was…

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    Honest Air Conditioning

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    legal issue presented in this case is the requirements for an instrument to be negotiable. The question in this case is if the RISC meets the qualifications of a negotiable instrument. According to our textbook, Business Law Text and Cases, for an instrument to be negotiable, it must meet the following six requirements be in writing, be signed by the maker or the drawer, be an unconditional promise or order to pay, state a fixed amount of money, be payable on demand or at a definite time, and…

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    CIVIL vs. MILITARY LAW When civilian law and military law gets talked about, there seems to be surprise and confusion between the individuals speaking about the subject. Most people do not realize there are the two different laws that exist. When law is talked about it is normally assumed that the conversation is about civil law. If talking to a military member, the conversation might be assumed that it might be military law that is being discussed. There are about five major differences…

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    unprofessional appearance and lacks military bearing. These actions are unacceptable from your own Soldier and they are most certainly unacceptable from a Non- Commissioned officer. As a Non- Commissioned Officer you always need to maintain an impeccable military appearance and…

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    Military Court Case Study

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    It was a criminal incident by a military service member that occurred outside a military post in Oahu, Hawaii that changed the way the United States Military Justice System prosecuted cases regarding courts-martial and offenses that attribute to them. On a July evening, a Sergeant in the United States Army was on an evening pass with a friend while checking out the local hotel bar. After some time, the sergeant managed to make his way into the residential part of the hotel where he broke into…

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