To: Sgt Bland
From: Pvt2 Kirschner
cc: 401st MP Co
Re: Acts of patterns and misconduct
Chapter 14-12b refers to; Soldiers are subject to separation per this chapter for the discreditable involvement with civil or military authorities and/or conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline. Discreditable conduct and conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline includes conduct that violates accepted standards of personal conduct found in the UCMJ, Army Regulations, the civil law, and time-honored customs and traditions of the Army. With that Discipline is a value that we are taught in childhood. Discipline refers to rules and being organized in every aspect of our life. This makes it easy to complete our different tasks and activities efficiently and achieve success easily. When we are disciplined we save time. Discipline helps us utilize time to our best advantage. Instead of wasting time on useless activities, we do the tasks necessary to reach our goals. We work in an orderly and organized fashion. We are obedient to rules, for disobeying rules does not let us reach our goal. This is also why discipline is so big in the military, without it there would be no structure or foundation. And with discipline there is the Importance of Following Orders. Following orders is very important in the military. Obedience is what enables the military to operate in an organized and effective way which is clearly very important during challenging situations. While someone can question the obedience in daily life, that option isn’t really given in the military....