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Here, the allegation of criminal negligence merited investigation because the Canadian Forces may have owed a fiduciary duty toward Stuart Langridge, the LdSH chain of command knew that Stuart was suicidal, and the LdSH failed to provide care to Stuart Lmgridge, which led to his suicide.
In an emergency such as a fire, it's advisable to always go easy on this chain of command thing and use more of your discretionary privilege; the careful use of fair judgement.
Dan Si'on says new chain of command places IDF soldiers under Attorney-General's command and ties their hands.
In certain cases, the Soldiers' chain of command could have done a better job in helping to resolve medically related issues.
The Washington Post's Pulitzer Prize--winning senior Pentagon correspondent not only traveled with soldiers on the ground in Iraq, but tapped the sources, up and down the chain of command, that he'd developed during his twenty-three years of reporting on the military.
You just have to negotiate the organizational chain of command to get access to the expertise they offer.
ADCON is the control vested (primarily) in the engineer brigade chain of command and the exercise of authority over subordinate engineer units in respect to administration and support.
The Ground, Air and Maritime self-defense forces will be placed under an integrated chain of command on Monday, abolishing the current system under which these three arms of the Self-Defense Forces have each had their own respective command channels.