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10/7 1 The Caine Mutiny 1 Joining Navy as a new officer during WWII (Ensign) 1.1 Graduated ROTC and was expecting to get on a battleship or a courier but instead is on a minesweeper (built for idiots) 2 Skipper thought to be suffering from paranoia--executive officer relieves skipper under Article 184 3 Article 184 3.1 “unusual and extraordinary circumstances” superior can be relieved of command by subordinate 4 Article 185-when article 184 is allowed 4.1 Obvious and clear 4.2 “prejudice public interests” if not relieved 4.3 Next in command needs to be the one to relieve (preserves order)
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Unformatted text preview: 4.4 Unable to reach higher authority for consultation 4.5 Zero unfathomable reasons (make sure commander is not acting under unknown orders from a superior) 4.6 Careful consideration 4.7 Only if a reasonable, experienced and prudent officer would have done the same thing 5 Article 186 5.1 intelligently fearless action is to be commended 5.2 Burden of proof-on the person who took command from superior 5.3 All involved (anyone who helped you, put you up to it, etc)...
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course LEGAL 297 taught by Professor Kelleher during the Fall '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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