The lesson is intended to allow you to apply International and Operational Law concepts to factual
scenarios. All required reference material is included in this booklet. You may use the reading
assignments for help in answering the exercise questions. Instructions for answering the questions
are given in the "REQUIRED" paragraph. Suggested answers follow the practical exercises
themselves. This is intended to be a learning experience. Incorrect answers should be checked
against the study resources to assure an understanding of the solution. Unless otherwise stated,
masculine pronouns apply to both men and women.
The very highest standard of integrity is expected of all military and civilian personnel. To receive or
to provide others with unauthorized assistance or to plagiarize is to take unfair advantage of fellow
students. Plagiarism is the presenting or offering of another writer's facts, opinions, ideas or answers
as your own. There is no requirement that one copy another's work exactly to be liable for
plagiarism. Plagiarism is considered cheating and may be cause for dismissal from the course, as
well as other adverse administrative or disciplinary action. Maintaining examination "files,"
receiving or providing examination information, giving others solution-discussion sheets, or keeping
a record of correct responses for other students to use is strictly prohibited. Student papers, outlines,
presentations, or examinations submitted for evaluation shall represent the effort solely of the
individual student submitting them. Collaboration will not be tolerated.
When you have completed the lesson and practical exercises to your satisfaction, complete the
examination. The examination is open book but you must answer the questions yourself. No outside
assistance is permitted.
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