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It is considered a dereliction of duty when unable or unwilling to perform the job assigned to military personnel. See the discussion of lawfulness in paragraph 14c 2 a. Knowledge of a general order or regulation need not be alleged or proved, as knowledge is not an element of this offense and a lack of knowledge does not constitute a defense. Not all provisions in general orders or regulations can be enforced under Article 92 1. Regulations which only supply general guide-lines or advice for conducting military functions may not be enforceable under Article 92 1.

Article 92 2 includes all other lawful orders which may be issued by a member of the armed forces, violations of which are not chargeable under Article 90 , 91 , or 92 1. It includes the violation of written regulations which are not general regulations. See also subparagraph 1 e above as applicable. In order to be guilty of this offense, a person must have had actual knowledge of the order or regulation. Knowledge of the order may be proved by circumstantial evidence.

Failure to obey the lawful order of one not a superior is an offense under Article 92 2 , provided the accused had a duty to obey the order, such as one issued by a sentinel or a member of the armed forces police. A duty may be imposed by treaty, statute, regulation, lawful order, standard operating procedure, or custom of the service.

Actual knowledge of duties may be proved by circumstantial evidence. Actual knowledge need not be shown if the individual reasonably should have known of the duties.

This may be demonstrated by regulations, training or operating manuals, customs of the service, academic literature or testimony, testimony of persons who have held similar or superior positions, or similar evidence. I t refers to the doing of an act knowingly and purposely, specifically intending the natural and probable consequences of the act.

A person is not derelict in the performance of duties if the failure to perform those duties is caused by ineptitude rather than by willfulness, negligence, or culpable inefficiency, and may not be charged under this article, or otherwise punished. For example, a recruit who has tried earnestly during rifle training and throughout record firing is not derelict in the performance of duties if the recruit fails to qualify with the weapon. Continue Reading.

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