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Stephen A. Frye safrye at CONCENTRIC.NET
Sat Jun 7 08:45:19 MDT 1997


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>Exactly. How many orders are generals given, zero? How can you disobey and
>order that is not given?


If it's against military regulations, he broke the regulation - whether he
was told about it or not.

Was he general at the time?

Every individual in the military chain of command has at least one superior
officer - with the exception of one.

Another interesting aside - if a superior officer is aware that a
subordinate is violating a regulation, and chooses to let it pass, aren't
they both in violation?  Aren't both of those conduct unbecoming an officer?

Stephen Frye



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