The Army Reservists Who Refused to Follow Orders - Page 5

October 26th, 2004  
Originally Posted by CavScout
If it was a lawful order and the data currently points out that it was, they need to be punished. They signed the papers, they gave the oath, they broke it.

Yes, I know I am quoting myself...but its true, they may not like the job (MOS) but they agreed to it before hand. You can't say afterwards...oh my, I didn't think this could happen, therefore I am justified in disobeying a lawful order.