9. Which best describes the commander's liability.
A. He is guilty of a war crime because his subordinate killed someone.
B. The commander can never be charged with a war crime.
C. The commander cannot be guilty of war crimes if LT Z is convicted.
D. Intent and understanding of the order must be determined before a
determination can be made on the commander's liability.
10. There is never a difference between PW status and PW treatment.
11. Under DoD Directives, U.S. Forces will not accord enemy personnel the protection
of the Geneva Convention until they are determined to be lawful combatants.
12. Although there is no DoD Directive to establish procedures for the conduct of Article
5 Tribunals, a tribunal will be held if the status of a captured enemy is in doubt.