Article 92 is perhaps the most important article in the entirety of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Any military member, whether in the Army, Air Force, Marines, Navy, or Coast Guard who fail to obey a lawful order of their superiors risk serious consequences. Article 92 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice makes it a crime to disobey any lawful order. It lays down the ground law, the absolute line which may not be...
If I don 't follow orders while in a combat zone this makes me combat ineffective and if I’m combat ineffective in my unit it slows down the progress of winning and also breaks my leaders concentration on the task in hand. If I executes the order quickly and to standard that tremendously help with the effectiveness of the unit, even if they don 't know it because every single soldier is vital to winning the fight. If I’m not able to follow orders and execute them effectively and to standard that will strengthen the unit and increase the moral of the unit by making it to where the leadership doesn 't have to worry about if I am going to do that right are not, this relieves tension from the leaders and other members in the
But one thing they all have in common is they show the respect and honor the soldiers and superiors have for one another. Military courtesies are often very similar to the civilities found in the civilian world as well as daily life. The only difference is that it is mandatory for the courtesies seen in the military to be adhered to and followed by its soldiers. If these courtesies are not followed, the offending soldier can, and almost always will, be punished. This punishment can come in the form of corrective training, known commonly as essays, extra duty and can go as far as court martial, jail time and/or being discharged from the military. In the military, manners and levels of respect help to identify the difference between junior to senior ranking members. Courtesies and customs of the Army have been practiced for hundreds of years. They involve a code of conduct that is mandatory for every member of the army to follow. Some are obviously against the rules of professionalism such as public display of affection in uniform, as is being intoxicated in uniform and exhibiting violent behavior are conducts that are punishable in the military code of conduct. Others are unique codes of behavior that must to be followed in order to present a one of a kind organizational structure to the military as these customs and practices instill and show discipline and
Breaking a social norm In our society we have a number of society norms that we abide by. For example, there is an unwritten rule of how one should behave in an elevator. For example, it is proper to face front, stand away from strangers, and not to look at others. When a social norm is broken people may respond with alarm, humor, fear, irritation, or an array of other emotions. When you think of a norm, you are probably thinking about being normal. But in psychology terms, norm means, a standard or representative value for a group. The norm that is more common to people is a social norm. Meaning expectations about what behavior, thoughts, or feelings are appropriate within a given group within a given context.
Outcome 1 1.1 Obtain a copy of your schools behaviour policy and summarise it, write briefly on the main points of the policy including: a) Code of conduct Our policy has high expectations for both staff and pupils, I have highlighted the expectations in my policy attached, see DKB 1 and DKB 2. b) Rewards and sanctions See
Because of this inherent hierarchal quality, respect must be established between the ranks to ensure that tactical operations continue to fit within a strategic plan. Additionally, in order to successfully mobilize a military, some sort of structure must be enforced to ensure critical elements such as communication, discipline, and accountability are properly maintained. If hierarchal respect, particularly in the sense of customs and courtesies is not maintained, the effectiveness and efficiency of a military is inhibited. In combat situations, if this respect is not well established, it can put the lives of soldiers in danger. Furthermore, in most cases NCOs have more combat experience or, at least, more experience in their MOS. In this sense they are better equipped to lead lower enlisted soldiers into combat situations, to protect their soldiers, and to ensure the completion of the mission. This is why they have earned the position of a non-commissioned officer in the first place and should therefore be respected. I can understand the logic behind this point of view.
Article 92 of the uniform code of military justice is when a solider fails to obey an order or regulation given to them by an NCO, officer, or someone pointed above them in section or squad. Article 92 is perhaps the most important article in the entirety of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Any military member, whether in the Army, Air Force, Marines, Navy, or Coast Guard who fail to obey a lawful order of their superiors risk serious consequences. Article 92 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice makes it a crime to disobey any lawful order. It lays down the ground law, the absolute line which may not be crossed. Everything else in the uniform code of military justice is explanation of the various forms that disobeying an order can
Professional- It is important to always show professionalism whilst in the workplace/setting, this includes communicating with other
The Importance of Following Orders Following orders is of the utmost importance in the military. Obedience is what enables the military to operate in an organized and effective manner which is clearly very important during challenging military situations. While an individual can question the notion of obedience in daily life, this
Children model their own behaviour on others and if adults can effectively communicate and exchange age or developmental appropriate information with children this can encourage them to behave in acceptable ways. Frustration at their own inability to communicate effectively can lead to behavioural problems.
reflects understanding of how social norms define the society that they are applied to. Also
(5) That, under the circumstances, the behavior or language was disrespectful to that commissioned officer.
Across the course of human history, humans developed an odd concept that ended up dominating almost the entirety of modern life and dictating what people would do and say in many situations. This concept is known as social convention. As human society developed as an organized group, certain things became viewed as not appropriate for a certain society. This obviously varies across the globe, with different customs arising in different nations, but it is almost universal to have a kind of unspoken ruleset that everyone conforms to. Certain ways of living life are viewed as allowable, while others tend to be looked down upon, or if not that, simply do not yield the means for a comfortable life. While the vastness of the earth means that what is acceptable somewhere is unacceptable elsewhere, almost
Rules and limits prepare children and young people for the real world, as they will understand what is expected them, and what happens if they don’t comply. They also provide a sense of order, for example, children will be able to predict what will come next, such as “brush your teeth before bed” and “hold my hand when we cross the street”. By gradually expanding the limits placed on your child, they will become more confident about their surfacing independence. When children are instructed to abide by rules at home, they are preparing the children and young people to follow the law as they develop and get
Society has built a foundation and standards in order to be proper in public. Within those societies shows how each and every member should behave and also how not to behave. Norms are the guidelines and standards for society. There are different norms in each societies and also different within groups. Heslin (2015) wrote, “…values are the standards by which people define what is good and bad, beautiful and ugly”. The values that people hold are different in countries which have different norms. For instance, we have to behave respectfully at someone’s funeral versus the way we act at birthday parties. From society there are norms that strictly followed and then there are where it is less strict. The traditional norms or the way of life of certain community or group of people are titled as folkways; those norms can be broken and have less risk of severe punishments. The norms that are more enforced are mores, which has values and can be faced punishment when it’s violated. To be able to keep up with norms, society has positive and negative sanctions to determine the behavior is appropriate or not.