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Duty largely consists of pretending that the trivial is critical Abusing ones duty is something that every human being has done or will do in hisher lifetime This is caused by having such duty or a power sink to ones head and taking advantage It is also by pretending that it is our duty Pretending that its ones duty and doing something that is completely wrong is against the morals and values that the US Arm Forces sets out for a military personnel From the books Lords of Discipline The Things They Carried and the movie A Few Good Men we see that some officers do take their duty a little over the line Cadet Matt Ledbetter shows us an example of this in The Lords of Discipline as well as so does Sergeant Jimmy Cross in The Things They Carried In the great film A Few Good Men Colonel Jessup shows us this as well as other military officers Jessup and his fellow military officers make their duty to be more than it really is People might believe that this quote is completely false and is not the definition of duty but in other words what this quote is implying is one at times takes its duty and can make it into something much bigger than it really is Duty can be taking something and making it into your duty even though it is not and that is what this quote is implying Making your duty a big deal and hurting someone while doing it can be considered evil In the Lords of Discipline we find an example of a character hurting someone while thinking its their duty He doesnt belong here Will Its our duty to run him out We owe it to the Institute We owe it to the line96 That was Cadet Matt Ledbetter in the wonderful book The Lords of Discipline This was a conversation
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