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23-Jun-2018 01:58

If a soldier disobeys an order it better be a really stupid order and they really dont give to many stupid orders except overpowered officers give stupid orders because they are overpowered. Good for you.....least your brain cells are still intact!Perhaps the geneva convention i think shouldnt be followed if our enemys are not following it. lol A soldier who refuses to follow an order is not ostracized hun....... There has been a lot of debate about how we are following the Geneva Convention.

In the case where a soldier is not sure that the order is or is not unlawful, they should request a written order. My boss had to go and fly top cover for me when it came time for fitness reports. Goes with the territory, and is all part of the integrity thing.Although I signed up to get it out of the way when there was a draft and I couldn't work, I was in a car accident that caused me to fail the physical, so I've never served in the military. Since the Viet Nam war, the military has been under alot of public scrutiny though, and they don't do it today.If I did, I hope I'd be morally strong enough to abide by this. "At one time, they did hit soldiers"up intill the late 70's .... In today's armed services.....soldiers are not beat for making a mistake or for not following orders.....In practice it is no differant than getitgn arrested for a crime and pelading not guilty, it becomes the states duty to convict and present the preponderanc eof evidence.The only protection afofrded some one objectign to an order becuase they bleeiv eit is unlawful is that they may not be shot out of hand.

In the case where a soldier is not sure that the order is or is not unlawful, they should request a written order. My boss had to go and fly top cover for me when it came time for fitness reports. Goes with the territory, and is all part of the integrity thing.Although I signed up to get it out of the way when there was a draft and I couldn't work, I was in a car accident that caused me to fail the physical, so I've never served in the military. Since the Viet Nam war, the military has been under alot of public scrutiny though, and they don't do it today.If I did, I hope I'd be morally strong enough to abide by this. "At one time, they did hit soldiers"up intill the late 70's .... In today's armed services.....soldiers are not beat for making a mistake or for not following orders.....In practice it is no differant than getitgn arrested for a crime and pelading not guilty, it becomes the states duty to convict and present the preponderanc eof evidence.The only protection afofrded some one objectign to an order becuase they bleeiv eit is unlawful is that they may not be shot out of hand.Nuremburg set the legal precedant that simply following orders is not a defence agaisnt a crimminal act.