Now one might explain away the insubordination as standard trash talk among stressed-out warriors.
That kind of insubordination, he said, “would have extreme negative impacts on U.S. and NATO troops in the field.”
From day one, the press will be searching for signs of acrimony or insubordination.
Inspections, harsh penalties for misconduct, and consequences for insubordination were the norm.
But the latter was desperate, and with the other generals was displaying a wilfulness bordering on (p. 205) insubordination.
For some reason Gleason saw fit to take no notice of this piece of insubordination.
Deacon got a District Court Martial and was charged with insubordination.
Never had she known such a flagrant case of insubordination.
Death was the immediate penalty of any show of insubordination, and the whip of their taskmasters kept them to their work.
He had no thought of insubordination in wiring as he did to Washington.