5. The old saying, "All's fair in love and war," is not precisely true, because belligerents
are restricted in their actions with respect to civilians and the wounded. However, there
are no restrictions on the methods to be used in injuring enemy soldiers.
6. The commander of the 17th Aggressor Rifle Regiment offered two weeks' leave and a
promotion to any soldier in his command who would kill the commanding officer of the
211th B Regiment who was opposing his unit. This action is forbidden by Hague
Regulations, Article 23, paragraph (b).
7. Elements of K Company of the Aggressor 14th Tank Regiment were surrounded
during a B offensive. Before being surrounded, this unit was able to seize a number of B
uniforms from a supply depot. Putting these uniforms on over their own, the Aggressor
group started to return to its own lines. However, before they reached their own lines,
some members were captured during a firefight with the B's. These individuals may
A. summarily executed on the spot as spies.
B. allowed to immediately join the Army of B under customary international law.
C. tried for the violation of improper use of the uniform of the enemy.
D. accorded the full rights of PW because they were only trying to escape.
8. The United States is not a party to any treaty that prohibits or restricts in warfare the
use of poisonous gases, chemical agents or bacteriological methods of warfare.
9. The United States position with respect to the use of chemical herbicides and riot
control agents is that they are not outlawed by the 1925 Geneva Protocol for the
Prohibition of the Use in War of Asphyxiating, Poisonous or Other Gases, and of
Bacteriological Methods of Warfare, but the United States has renounced their use as a
matter of national policy except in certain limited cases as authorized by the
Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Armed Forces.
10. If authorized by the President, tear gas may be used in rescue missions of downed
aircrews and passengers in remotely isolated areas outside the combat zone.
11. Aggressor is at war with the allied states of L and B. The forces of Aggressor have
defeated L's armed forces and occupy the entire country. Hostilities between Aggressor
and B, however, continue in L's territory. Under these circumstances the law of war has
no application to the military occupation and annexation of L.