Rights, Privileges, and Responsibilities of Soldiers

An employee of the national defense infrastructure (a soldier) retains his full array of rights as detailed in this document, except as follows.

A soldier must follow the orders of his superiors except when those orders violate law of the nation.

A soldier must not order his inferiors to take actions which violate law of the nation.

Orders must be justified by the unadorned dictates of national defense and its concomitant and formalized training procedures, tactics, and strategies.

A soldier can be demoted, discharged, sentenced to punitive labor, and/or humanely imprisoned for disobedience.   He cannot otherwise be disciplined.

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