The Chief Soldier

The chief soldier acts in accordance with law, and according to the dictates of the national legislature, to prepare the nation for, and protect the nation from, violent aggression by foreign nations, groups, and individuals.   He is the apex of the command hierarchy, and commands all the branches of the military.   He has an encyclopedic and practical knowledge of the strategies, tactics, logistics, and technologies of defense and war.   He has distinguished himself with dedication to his craft, devotion to law and the ideals of his nation, and composed achievement in perilous circumstances.   He has ascended the command hierarchy to the rank of general, and has mastered the doctrines and technologies peculiar to each branch of the military.



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