Following Orders

963 words 4 pages
There are many reasons why a soldier should follow the orders they are given and every single one is important. An order is a tasking given to a soldier of something that needs to be done in a timely and efficient manner. The three main reasons why it is important for a soldier to follow the orders they are given is to be combat effective, disciplined, and to just be a good soldier. When a soldier doesn't follow the orders they are given in not only hurts themselfs but it hurts the team and the goals of the mission. When the mission objectives are hurt by not following orders this weakens everything that is necessary to win the war.

If a soldier doesn't follow orders while in a combat zone this makes them combat ineffective and when a
…show more content…
I remember when I first came back we were tasked out to clean some barracks that we were about to hand over to a national guard unit that was passing through and our CO at the time told us how the rooms and buildings should be cleaned and the way that we were told to do it made everything more complicated and take more time then was needed to do it and even the platoon sargent agreed with this but we executed the order like our CO told us to do.

There are many reasons why a soldier should follow the orders they are given and every single one is important. In this essay I have written about the three main reasons why it is important for a soldier to follow the orders they are given is to be combat effective, disciplined, and to just be a good soldier. The reason why I picked these three reasons are because I believe them to be the most important reasons for following orders. Only the soldier who doesn't follow the orders they are given it is that soldiers fault for not doing their job as a soldier correctly and living to the army vaults because every soldier know that you never disobey an

Related

  • Variable Cost and Following Table
    1952 words | 8 pages
  • Word Order in a Noun Phrase and English Anaphors
    898 words | 4 pages
  • The Importance of Following Orders
    3017 words | 13 pages
  • Chronological Order
    1448 words | 6 pages
  • State Whether Each of the Following Payments Is a Tax
    7853 words | 32 pages
  • The Importance of Following Orders
    1054 words | 5 pages
  • Simulation of Dynamic Responses of First Order and Second Order Systems (in LabView)
    1069 words | 5 pages
  • Marine Corps Order P1020
    1910 words | 8 pages
  • Job Order and Process Costing Systems - Quiz
    1881 words | 8 pages
  • The Franciscan Order; a Victim of Its Own Success
    3002 words | 13 pages