Soldier lawsuits for the Army., page-3

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    Not only that the whole vetting process appears around discipline and the ability to take instruction even if the instructor may well be a lunatic dictator from the extreme left.

    So these soldiers, and apparently there where at least nineteen did not occur in isolation one would imagine especially when there seem to be a few witnesses. The soldiers presumably would be thinking this is legit in the setting given the tasks where undertaken amongst their peers and they would have safety in numbers.

    Of course there is safety in numbers because they have witnesses for lawsuits civilly if not otherwise presumably from being forced to take instruction which is the core of what the regiments are about where SAS or any the grouping within the army.

    I am aware recruits go through quite intensive scrutiny to ensure they comply and are resilient and stick fat to direction and stay the course especially down the chain second hand
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