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Law of War PE Situation 1 .The company commander orders your platoon to defend an area which includes a heavily populated village. Within the village is a five story medical facility providing aid to noncombatants and civilians. In front of the hospital is a pool of vehicles properly marked as medical transports. The recon element reports of several historical monuments and museums. To help facilitate the ease of troop movement, and to protect the civilian population, the commander orders the evacuation of the local population. The commander drafts an order notifying the mayor--“At 0600 tomorrow the evacuation will begin. If people refuse to cooperate, we will use force to remove them from their houses. Additionally, we will destroy the houses of those who refuse to leave.” The platoon sergeant asked you, the senior squad leader, to review the order, provide him feedback before the commander releases it.

Reduces waste and costs of any reconstruction/ cultural property/ hostilities/ Unlawful targets
Noncombatants Protected property/ Refrain from targeting civilians or their property/ Protect civilian property more than government property/
1. What would your response to the order be?
The order is violating the LOW. You can’t force civilians to leave if they don’t want to and you are to protect civilian property more than government property. Destroying the homes could be considered hostile act agents civilians.
2. Would you change it?
Yes
3. How?
Informing the mayor that at 0600 the evacuation will begin and he should gather every one up that wants to come. In form the people that staying could get them killed and that their homes can be rebuilt.
4. What actions would you employ to prevent Law of War violations and crimes?
Always more traning and allways inforce the…...

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