Leadership

Combat Leadership
Action: Demonstrate and apply knowledge
Conditions: Given FM6-22Leadership is inspiring/influencing people and providing purpose, direction, and motivation to accomplish the mission. TYPES OF LEADERSHIP:
Delegative: Allows subordinates to make all the decisions.
Authoritarian: tell subordinates what to do and how to do it. Bosses people around
Participative: Includes subordinates in the decision making process. Maintains final decision making authority.Leaders are: standard bearers, developers, integrators.
Set realistic goals
have a sense of urgency
take care of others
hold subordinates to a standard, know their strengths and weaknesses. You can delegate authority, but you can never delegate responsibility. Challenges:
Endure what your soldiers endure.
Control emotions.
Provide cover for those below you. -Seek subject matter experts upon arriving at new unit. A leader’s integrity, credibility and trustworthiness are the most important factors in rating a leader’s effectiveness.
MILITARY JUSTICE
40 Questions. 21-40 Justice questions. Non-Judicial Punishment- Article 15 Civilian-
US Constitution
Federal
State
County and Local Military-
US Constitution
Uniform Code of Military Justice
Law of War (Geneva, Hague)
DOD/ARCIVIL CRIME UCMJ
DUI 111
DRUGS 112A
MURDER 118
RAPE 120
LARCENY 121
ASSAULT 128Article 134- catch all article. UCMJ- article 31 right against self incrimination. (Military equivalent of the Miranda Rights)
Applies only to SELFU.S. Army JAG Corps
JAG Division:
Legal Assistance-Soldier
Administrative Law-Army
Operational Law(International Law) -Army
Claims-Army
Contract Law-Army
Environmental Law-Army
Criminal Law-Army
Trial Defense Service-Soldier WHO TAKES ACTION
COMMANDER
-take action or recommend action to higher commander…

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