Without military orders throughout the recorded history, there would be no structure to our current society. This includes the individuals that have disobeyed orders for the greater good both within the military and civilian population. …
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Military orders are given to soldiers, but the orders are impact the civilian population as well as the military. From Biblical accounts to Hurricane Katrina, the military has given orders to protect and give their citizens structure. Three examples of military order providing the structure seen in today’s society. Basic training for the military differs all around the world are different. Most militaries drill obeying lawful orders into their recruits. The only exception is if the order is illegal. Osiel (1999: 241) explains “legal orders must be obeyed. The soldier is routinely punished when they are not. In principal, illegal orders must not be obeyed.” Civilians hold to this theory a little more loosely. Most law abiding citizens will not question an order from a police officer. There are exceptions to this rule, but like basic soldiers most civilians will cooperate with the police. Not all soldiers follow legal orders. An example is Pfc. Bradley Manning. Pfc. Manning leaked classified information to Wikileaks. Pfc. Bradley Manning, who turned 23 last month in the military prison, is accused of the biggest leak of classified documents in American history. He awaits trial on charges that could put him in prison for 52 years, according to the Army. (Shane 2011) Pfc. Manning felt that the American public deserved to know what was really going in Iraq.
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In fact, decision making in the military can be considered as a science as well as art because several aspects of its functioning can be quantified, such as impact of weapons, fuel consumption and movement rate. Therefore, decision making in the military is recognized as an important element of the science of war.
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While this efficiency protects the nation from war and protects other nations from anarchy, there is a bottom line that seems to take effect only after the wars cease. This is the ethical nature of the soldiers’ actions and omissions in regard to obeying orders.
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