Search Results: 'Military Orders'

Search

×
×
×
×
384 results for "Military Orders"
The Orderly By Louise Stanley
Paperback: $6.64
Prints in 3-5 business days
Kostya Prilukhov volunteered to fight, but ended up swabbing floors and making tea in a hospital. However, when he meets the enigmatic Captain Piech, an offer to see the front becomes quite a bit... More > more... An Insulan Empire novelette from Louise Stanley.< Less
Age Verification Required
The Experiment Military Theological S666N and Eternal Order Infinite By Anton Cristian Talin, God ESGSEIS NMEILIS NMEINIS, Mafias Seven Chakra
eBook (ePub): $2.21
(1 Ratings)
The experiment military theological S666N, Eternal Infinite Order. The code video supernatural of telekinesis and telephty S666N, country RomaNia, city RomaN, city Roma, SromaN, SeveN, 26662, 7eve7,... More > 707, devil 666 Israel was arrested SisraelN, Satan Cristo arrested ScristoN 117, Maria arrested SmariaN 75, street SanNio saint N I, market TreNto 3 N please, NNN, city MilaN mercy N, country Italy. IN code are 835 books of tarot. The sum in Excel, at all the books between the book "creator" that is on the place 816, and the book "nor a thing" that is on the place 707, is 3816, are 111 books between and with books 816 and 707. The book "master" is on place 700, book "apocalypse" is on place 777, 181 = J.S.T, "C.I.V.I. and soul ESGSEIS" is on place 26, my birth is on 03.01.1975, 175 cm height, are 13331 days from my birth, up to the code from 5 July 2011, and 13331 from code up to 03.01.2048, total are 26662 days, I will have 73 years, the code has 3 hours 30 minutes 48 seconds.< Less
Age Verification Required
The Orders Of The Day By Gary Koniz
eBook (PDF): $0.00
An account of The Drug War and about what happened to The Vietnam Veterans, during, and in the aftermath of The Vietnam War, 1,000,000 of whom were made into psychiatrics, and of these, concerning... More > the tragedy of the 68,000 of those who committed suicide as a result of their being treated with the disabling Chemical Thorazine, which they were forced to take in the name of "Treatment" for Post Traumatic Stress, prescribed to them by "The Doctors" at The Veterans Hospitals to where The Veterans sought shelter from the oppressions of society and relief from their emotional sufferings. Continuing on to the present day in the Military Order for the review and reform of The Psychiatric Industry under scrutiny, and for The Military Removal of The Drug Opium/Heroin from The United States and The Earth.< Less
The Orders Of The Day By Gary Koniz
Hardcover: List Price: $34.37 $27.50 | You Save: 20%
Prints in 3-5 business days
An account of The Drug War and about what happened to The Vietnam Veterans, during, and in the aftermath of The Vietnam War, 1,000,000 of whom were made into psychiatrics, and of these, concerning... More > the tragedy of the 68,000 of those who committed suicide as a result of their being treated with the disabling Chemical Thorazine, which they were forced to take in the name of "Treatment" for Post Traumatic Stress, prescribed to them by "The Doctors" at The Veterans Hospitals to where The Veterans sought shelter from the oppressions of society and relief from their emotional sufferings. Continuing on to the present day in the Military Order for the review and reform of The Psychiatric Industry under scrutiny, and for The Military Removal of The Drug Opium/Heroin from The United States and The Earth.< Less
The Orders Of The Day By Gary Koniz
Paperback: List Price: $19.04 $17.14 | You Save: 10%
Prints in 3-5 business days
An account of The Drug War and about what happened to The Vietnam Veterans, during, and in the aftermath of The Vietnam War, 1,000,000 of whom were made into psychiatrics, and of these, concerning... More > the tragedy of the 68,000 of those who committed suicide as a result of their being treated with the disabling Chemical Thorazine, which they were forced to take in the name of "Treatment" for Post Traumatic Stress, prescribed to them by "The Doctors" at The Veterans Hospitals to where The Veterans sought shelter from the oppressions of society and relief from their emotional sufferings. Continuing on to the present day in the Military Order for the review and reform of The Psychiatric Industry under scrutiny, and for The Military Removal of The Drug Opium/Heroin from The United States and The Earth.< Less
The Limits of Military Officers’ Duty To Obey Civilian Orders: A Neo-Classical Perspective By Robert E. Atkinson, Jr., Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College
Paperback: $15.97
Prints in 3-5 business days
This monograph offers a neo-classically republican perspective on a perennial problem of civilian/military relations: limitations on military officers’ obligation to obey civilian authorities.... More > All commentators agree that military officers are generally obliged—morally, professionally, and legally—to obey civilian orders, even as they agree that this rule of obedience has exceptions. Commentators tend to differ, however, on the basis and breadth of these exceptions. Following Samuel Huntington’s classic analysis in The Soldier and the State, Mr. Robert Atkinson shows that disagreement about the breadth of the exceptions tends to assume that their bases—moral, professional, and legal—are incommensurable. This monograph suggests, to the contrary, that all defensible exceptions to the rule of military obedience, like that rule itself, derive from a single neo-classical, Huntingtonian standard binding on civilian authorities and military officers alike: the common good.< Less
My Military Years: A True Story By David William Feeney
Paperback: $17.24
Prints in 3-5 business days
True story of an army clerk who developed his own underground railroad; illegally changing orders to Vietnam to orders to forts around the USA and smuggling men out of Oakland Army Base in the trunks... More > of cars - five minutes after delivering them there as his prisoners! Yes, David Feeney was a rogue; but, a good rogue.< Less
My Military Years: A True Story By David William Feeney
eBook (ePub): $4.99
Set during the Vietnam War, 1969-1971, this is the story of a conscientious objector draftee who deserted the US Army and, after a chase and ultimatum by the FBI, returned to duty. With pending... More > orders for Vietnam, as an infantryman, when the army found out that David Feeney could type, they took away his rifle and gave him a typewriter. And with that new weapon, Private Feeney worked the "pen is mightier than the sword" adage to the benefit of himself and others, regularly breaking military law.< Less