This website uses cookies to ensure you have the best experience. Learn more

Article 92 Of The Ucmj Essay

666 words - 3 pages

23 January 2005

Article 92

The text definition of Art. 92 is:

“Any person subject to this chapter who—
(1) violates or fails to obey any lawful general order or regulation;
(2) having knowledge of any other lawful order issued by a member of the armed forces, which it is his duty to obey, fails to obey the order; or
(3) is derelict in the performance of his duties; shall be punished as a court-martial may direct.”

In a legal sense, this translates in meaning to having been given an order, or knowing that an order has been given in regards to a situation or job role, an individual has a) disregarded those instructions or b) has gone about their job in a fashion that disregards the normal standards to which they are accountable. So in this an Article 92 offense can be either a case of a deliberate action or a case of negligence (which is often defined as actions taken without intention to commit a crime, but in disregard of standards and their ...view middle of the document...

I was also told that a specific group was one group and not actually multiple groups. I disagreed and conducted unnecessary and (later shown) inaccurate research that I believed showed two different groups. The article 92 portion of this came from the fact that a) I was told they were one group and b) there was a close of business suspense that my actions caused me to miss. Also, the erroneous interpretation of information was also briefed to the G2X, potentially damaging our working relations with our superiors and counterparts at Division. So my offense, even though I was trying to create an accurate product and show initiative, violated both my instructions (the information that the groups were actually one group) and showed neglect (knowledge of the importance of suspense date/times and importance of accurate information in briefings) with potential damage to my office’s working reputation.

From research the Article 92 framework and accepted legal standards as expressed in legal briefs that are publicly accessible, I understand that while showing initiative is more often than not a good thing, it must lead to accurate work and most importantly MUST FIT WITHIN THE GUIDELINES OF EXISTING INSTRUCTIONS AND CURRENT STANDARDS. When orders are ignored, it leads to repercussions for both the individual soldier and his/her team-mates. My actions did not meet these standards. To avoid this in the future, I will build an outline of my work and where I will be placing information within that works framework. I will also be sure to fully write down all work related standards and orders for my assigned tasks and the suspense times for these standards. This will include both beginning and end DTG, who originated the orders and standards, as well as any changes to standards that may come up on larger projects and who ordered the changes. I will insure that my understanding of instructions is clear and accurate. If something comes up that may cause me to miss a deadline, I will bring this to the attention of my supervisor(s) and will request an extension on the deadline. When showing initiative, I will keep orders in mind and if there appears to be a conflict will seek assistance from my superiors or my peers in how to best accomplish my mission.

Daniel J. Haire
SPC, US Army
C Co (ACE), 124 STB

Other assignments on Article 92 Of The Ucmj

Informational Privacy In The United States Marine Corps

639 words - 3 pages Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) in regards to the informational privacy protection of service members. The problem is not in the policy, it is in the enforcement and adherence to these policies. When asked to write on this issue, there is one instance of complete disregard to informational privacy that stood out in my mind. About a year ago, I was attending annual training in the Marine Corps. We were all in a theatre and the Staff

Federal Gov Essay

4651 words - 19 pages legislative, executive and judicial, but the division of power between the federal government and the state goods. * Federal powers Article I paragraph 8, “enumerated powers of congress” * State Powers – “the police powers” such as * Health * Welfare * Safety * Morals Fetial Power – the federal government ties with the 50 states. This conducts foreign relations and only to be made by the federal

Valley Swim Club Has 300 Stockholders, Each Holding One Share Of Stock In The Club. A Share Of

382 words - 2 pages during summer. They would also like to know number of days they could expect more than 500 people to use the pool June through August, given the current number of shares. The board directors have the following daily attendance records for June through August from the previous summer. It thinks the figures would provide accurate for the upcoming summer. Average Attendance per day (¯x) = x1+x2…..x92/ 92 Average Attendance per day (x

Information Literacy

1528 words - 7 pages information available through their institution in favor of more intuitive sources like Google Scholar” (p. 92). This paper will analyze the importance of information literacy as it relates to the Scholarship, Practice, and Leadership Model. Loss Concept of Seeking Information William Badke, emphasizes that “showing students the magic is the key to getting past resistance to information literacy.” As simple as information literacy is to

Notes

2296 words - 10 pages Library" link is on the left Navigation area of your course Home Page once you log in. You will be able to locate the articles below by placing the title of the article into the search engine. For any Supreme Court cases or other legal cases, once you go into the Kaplan Library, on the right side of the page you will see “databases.” Once in “databases” scroll down to “Westlaw Campus Research” and there you will be able to access the full text of

Picture

648 words - 3 pages An article (abbreviated art) is a word (or prefix or suffix) that is used with a noun to indicate the type of reference being made by the noun. Articles specify grammatical definiteness of the noun, in some languages extending to volume or numerical scope. The articles in the English language are the and a/an, and (in certain contexts) some. 'An' and 'a' are modern forms of the Old English 'an', which in Anglian dialects was the number 'one

Lockheed Martin Annual Report Disclosure Analysis

926 words - 4 pages total revenues. These figures are in accordance with Capital Alpha Partners’ report that shows the combined R&D expenditures of the 5 largest U.S. defense firms, including Lockheed Martin, through the 14 years span from 1999 to 2012. Capital Alpha Partners is a Washington-based financial analysis group. The following is the graph showing R&D expenditures and total sales from the report. Source / References : http://www.lockheedmartin.com/us/news/annual-reports.html http://www.bga-aeroweb.com/firms/Research/Research-Lockheed-Martin.html http://www.defensenews.com/article/20130819/DEFREG02/308190005/

Education

1602 words - 7 pages WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY CAN EXTREME POVERTY BE ELIMINATED A REACTION PAPER #3 SUBMITTED TO THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS OF SSED 495: METHODS OF ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCIAL STUDIES; TEACHING WITH GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES DEPARTMENT OF CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION BY JEFF KEITH MOLINE, ILLINOIS FEBRUARY 28, 2012 In Jeffrey Sachs article: Can Extreme Poverty Be Eliminated, he discusses

Constitutional Reforms Making The Uk More Democratic

319 words - 2 pages members that are ‘cross benchers’ members with no party affiliation. In order for this act to receive supported votes, Tony Blair and the labour party passed the Weatherill Amendment that put in place a deal that allowed 92 of the 669 members to remain heredity. The reforms in houses of lords progressive towards democracy due to the fact that Historically, members of the House of Lords have been the richest and most important landowners in the country, who would pass their peerages down through their family, which creates bias towards the wealthy

Divorce

434 words - 2 pages Articles of Partnership Of _________________________________ KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That, we the undersigned, all of legal age and residents of the Republic of the Philippines have agreed to amend a general partnership under the terms and conditions herein after set forth and subject to the provisions of existing laws of the Republic of the Philippines. AND WE HEREBY CERTIFY: ARTICLE I. That the name of the partnership shall be

A Socio-Cognitive View Of Adult Development

321 words - 2 pages Summary: A SOCIO-COGNITIVE VIEW OF ADULT DEVELOPMENT The field of psychology always has been fascinating to me, which is why I really took my time to find which article I wanted to choose. After a long search through the university library, I stumbled upon an article about the socio-cognitive view of adult development. To be honest, when I found this article I was intimidated at first because it seemed packed full of information. I had to read

Similar Documents

Summary Of The Article Written By Joanna Stavins

624 words - 3 pages Summary of the article written by Joanna Stavins, Price Discrimination in the Airline Market: The Effect of Market Concentration The article is based on the assumption of the price discrimination increases with the competition in the airline market. Introduction: The relationship between price discrimination and market concentration has already been studied by Dana (1998) and Gale&Holmes (1993); the first states that PD1 could be

Posithis Article Will Look At Organ Transplant And The Role It Has And Is Playing Out In Our Society: Will Also Look At The Cost Of This Procedures And Who Is Most Likely To Receive An Organ. We Will...

314 words - 2 pages This article will look at organ transplant and the role it has and is playing out in our society: will also look at the cost of this procedures and who is most likely to receive an organ. We will also look at how this procedure is done and if it is done in accordance with medial guidelines as well as how many are done on a monthly basis and who qualifies for that organ. Organ donation has become very important for people who have organ problems

Criminal Courts Course Brief Essay

796 words - 4 pages a military order intended to govern the overall treatment of Non-Citizens related to the War on Terrorism. In July 2003, the Bush administration deemed Hamdan, alongside 5 other detainees, eligible to be tried in front of a military commission affiliated with this military order. Hamdan and his counsel, Neal Katyal, requested charges and a speedy trial as required by Article 10 of the UCMJ. The Appointing Authority responded by stating that

Role And Functions Of Law Essay

759 words - 4 pages order, relationship, and strategies. The Military service members abide by the rules and regulations of the UCMJ (Uniform Code of Military Justice). UCMJ was enacted by the Congress and it is a federal law, it is like a version of the civilian criminal law, the service members are responsible for their actions within and out of the military establishments. The UCMJ provide discipline and good order to the military service men and women, it