The reason for this 1000 word RBI is to show the importance of obeying orders and regulations when given to you by an Non Commissioned Officers. When given a order by a Non Commissioned Officer it is to be presumed it is a lawful order. If it is not that is the only time you may refuse to do that order but you must be tactful on how you say that you refuse to do that order. If you do not obey the order or regulation that is given to you by th Non Commissioned Officer it falls under disrespect and it is very disrespectful to not obey the Non Commissioned Officer. You don't have to respect the person just the rank. The Non Commissioned Officer has been in long enough to earn that rank and the responsibility that come with it. By not doing what the Non Commissioned Officer told you may be also holding a mission or you may be wasting the Non Commissioned Officers time to deal with other solider. There are many things that can happen if you don not obey an order or regulation given to you by a Non commissioned Officer like for instance writing an RBI, giving a class, or possible a article 15, etc. Failure to obey lawful order falls under article 92.
Disrespect to a Non Commissioned Officer is a serious offense. It shows lack of military bearing and lack of self control. Which is unacceptable to Non Commissioned Officers and the army values.
Article 92 of the uniform code of military justice is when a solider fails to obey an order or regulation given to them by an NCO, officer, or someone pointed above them in section or squad. Article 92 is perhaps the most important article in the entirety of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Any military member, whether in the Army, Air Force, Marines, Navy, or Coast Guard who fail to obey a lawful order of their superiors risk serious consequences. Article 92 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice makes it a crime to disobey any lawful order. It lays down the ground law, the absolute line which may not be