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331-202-1049 ( SL 1.01 ) - Comply With The Requirements Of The Codes Of Conduct
 

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    331-202-1049 ( SL 1.01 ) - Comply With The Requirements Of The Codes Of Conduct 331-202-1049 ( SL 1.01 ) - Comply With The Requirements Of The Codes Of Conduct Presentation Transcript

    • Comply With the Requirements of the Codes of Conduct 331-202-1049 Presented by Trainingnco.com
    • Condition:
      • Given a Survival, Evasion, Resistance or Escape (SERE) situation or a captivity environment.
    • Standard:
      • Acted in accordance with the standards represented in Articles l through VI of the Code of Conduct.
    • Article I:
        • I am an American, fighting in the forces
        • Which guard my country and our way of life.
        • I am prepared to give my life in their defense.
      • Explanation.
        • The code applies to all service members at all times,
        • whether in active combat, in captivity, or in peacetime
        • as a result of hostage situations and Terrorist
        • activities. Members of the Armed Forces have a duty
        • to support U.S. interests and oppose U.S. Enemies
        • regardless of the circumstances.
    • Article II:
        • I will never surrender of my own free will. If in
        • command, I will never surrender the members of my
        • command while they still have the means to resist.
      • Explanation.
        • Members of the Armed Forces may never surrender voluntarily. A
        • soldier’s duty is to avoid capture and return to friendly forces even
        • When isolated, and no longer able to inflict casualties on the enemy
        • or otherwise defend themselves. The means to evade is
        • Considered exhausted when escape is impossible. The means to
        • resist is considered exhausted when Further fighting would lead to
        • the soldier’s death with no significant loss to the enemy.
    • Article III:
        • If I am captured, I will continue to resist by all means
        • available. I will make every effort to escape and aid
        • others to escape. I will accept neither parole nor
        • special favors from the enemy.
      • Explanation.
        • Members of the Armed Forces must understand that a Captive
        • situation is to be considered an extension of the battlefield and the
        • enemy has used a variety of tactics to exploit prisoners of war in
        • disregard of the Geneva Convention of 1949 Relative to the Treatment
        • of Prisoners of War. These efforts have included physical and mental
        • harassment, general mistreatment and torture, medical neglect, and
        • political indoctrination. The duty of a member of the Armed Forces to
        • continue resistance to enemy exploitation by all means available Is
        • not lessened by the misfortune of capture.
    • Article IV:
        • If I become a prisoner of war, I will keep faith with my
        • fellow prisoners. I will give no information or take part in
        • any action which might be harmful to my comrades. If I
        • am senior, I will take command. If not, I will obey the
        • lawful orders of those appointed over me and will back
        • them up in every way.
      • Explanation.
        • Officers and noncommissioned officers will continue to carry out their
        • responsibilities and to exercise their authority in captivity. Informing
        • on fellow prisoners of war (PWs) is forbidden. PWs must especially
        • avoid helping the enemy to identify fellow PWs who have information
        • that is of value to the enemy. These PWs may be made to suffer
        • coercive interrogation because of their knowledge.
    • Article V:
        • When questioned, should I become a prisoner of war,
        • I am required to give name, rank, service number, and
        • date of birth. I will evade answering further questions
        • to the utmost of my ability. I will make no oral or written
        • statements disloyal to my country and its allies or
        • harmful to their cause.
        • Explanation.
        • When questioned a PW is required by the Geneva Conventions and the Code
        • of Conduct, E.O. 10631 and is permitted by the UCMJ to give name, rank,
        • service number and date of birth. Under the Geneva Conventions the enemy
        • has no right to try to force a PW to provide any additional information. However,
        • it is unrealistic to expect a PW to remain confined for years reciting only name,
        • rank, service number and date of birth. There are many PW camp situations in
        • which certain types of conversation with the enemy are permitted. For example,
        • a PW is allowed, but not required by the Code of Conduct, the UCMJ or the
        • Geneva Conventions to fill out a Geneva Conventions “capture card,” to write
        • letters home, and to communicate with captors on matters of health and welfare.
    • Article VI:
        • I will never forget that I am an American, fighting for
        • freedom, responsible for my actions, and dedicated to
        • the principles which made my country free. I will trust in
        • my God and in the United States of America.
      • Explanation.
        • A member of the Armed Forces remains responsible for personal
        • actions at all times. Article VI is designed to assist members of the
        • Armed Forces to fulfill their responsibilities and survive captivity with
        • honor. The Code of Conduct, E.O. 10631, does not conflict with the
        • UCMJ, and the latter continues to apply to each military member
        • during captivity or other hostile detention. Soldiers, whether
        • detainees or captives, can be assured the U.S. Government will make
        • every effort to obtain their earliest release. Faith in one’s country and
        • its way of life, faith in fellow detainees or captives, and faith in one’s
        • self are critical to surviving with honor and resisting exploitation.
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        • If I am captured, I will continue to resist by all means
        • available. I will make every effort to escape and aid
        • others to escape. I will accept neither parole nor
        • Special favors from the enemy.
      • Article I
      • Article II
      • Article III
      • Article IV
      • Article VI
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        • If I am captured, I will continue to resist by all means
        • available. I will make every effort to escape and aid
        • others to escape. I will accept neither parole nor
        • Special favors from the enemy.
      • Article I
      • Article II
      • Article III
      • Article IV
      • Article VI
    • Reference
      • AR 350-30
      • AR 350-41
      • DODD 1300.7
      • FM 3-05.71
    • Comply With the Requirements of the Codes of Conduct 331-202-1049 Presented by Trainingnco.com