Military type question / trivia

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Gunner
Re: Military type question / trivia

Hubby the closest thing I could think of falls under the rules of engagement.  Such as in a "friendly" enviroment. an Officer can not order you to fire your weapon at civillians, but if officer does make said order you may make it known that you are following orders that you object too (objectional orders).  At Courts Martial following shooting, you will come "under fire, " but once it is proved that you were being a good soldier, your pretty much off the hook-----supposedly lol.

 

 

This [email protected] is pretty tricky. the rules of yester year no longer apply but the new rules get you [email protected] all the way around 

 

What the Hell were You thinking?!!

PatO7
Re: Military type question / trivia

perhaps postponement, evasion, deliberate misunderstanding, loose construction, overly literal construction.

 

ok i found 2 more ideas:

 "Nuremberg Defense"

"duty to disobey an unlawful order" 

 

 

Gunner
Re: Military type question / trivia

 where in gods name did you find that pat?

 

 

What the Hell were You thinking?!!

PatO7
Re: Military type question / trivia

google, am i way off? i dont know anything about the subject.

i went to google with this: When a military person refuses to follow an unlawful order because the orders are "illegal or immoral"

and i landed on an article with the terms after using the Firefox find function for the term immoral.

 

 

LynnH
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 impunity

 

If I was standing on a fish, I'd slip and fall......

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