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In our move toward positive change and total quality, some individuals have forgotten that our Navy is still a military service, dependent upon discipline and attention to detail to win battles in time of conflict. A large part of the preparation for winning wars is conditioning sailors to obey and respect the officers and chief petty officers who will lead them into harm’s way.