When do army forces maintain law and order in civil authorities?
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Who directs the regular army forces to maintain law and order in support of civil authorities?
What department directs regular army forces to maintain law and order in support of civil authorities?
Asked in World War 2, History of Russia
Why did allied forces get involved in the russian civil war?
What does martial law mean?
Martial law is the imposition of military rule by military authorities over designated regions on an emergency basis-(usually) only temporary-when the civilian government or civilian authorities fail to function effectively (e.g., maintain order and security, and provide essential services), when there are extensive riots and protests, or when the disobedience of the law becomes widespread. In most cases, military forces are deployed to subdue the crowds, to secure government buildings and key or sensitive locations, and to maintain order. Generally, military personnel replace civil authorities and perform some or all of their functions. In full-scale martial law, the highest-ranking military officer would take over, or be installed, as the military governor or as head of the government, thus removing all power from the previous executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government.
Asked in Vietnam War, Iraq War, Iraq
Why did US get involed in the Iraq conflict?
The US government wanted to remove Saddam Hussain from office in Iraq in 2003, Operation Iraqi Freedom; US forces removed him, arrested him, and turned him over to the Iraqi authorities. From 2003 to present, there has been no organized government in Iraq that can establish and maintain law, order, and stability in the nation. The US/Coalition and the current Iraqi Government is trying to establish/maintain law, order, and stability within it's own country; but relies heavily upon US/Coalition forces to police their crime rate (terrorists/insurgents).
Asked in US Civil War
Where did soldiers of the 1861 Civil War come from?
Asked in US Army
When DOD is tasked to provide military support to civil authorities its forces perform in a role?
The American military would be used to support civil authorities in times of a natural disaster. The U.S. Marines landed in Queens and Staten Island, NY following Hurricane Sandy in order to distribute food, water, and supplies, as well as do basic rubbish removal, and both 22nd and 24th MEU's (Marine Expeditionary Unit) sat just offshore New Orleans providing food, water, and medical services following Hurricane Katrina.
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How long does a temporary restraining order stay on your record in Washington state?
Asked in US Presidents, US Constitution, Barack Obama
Can the president of the United States order American troops to attack Americans?
During the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln was in a situation where that occurred. But since we do not have a civil war in America, it is doubtful that President Obama would have to deliver such an order. What he might have to do (and this occurred during the civil rights era under President Eisenhower), is call out the National Guard to help maintain order in a state where there were serious riots.
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When did Order of Merit of the Police Forces happen?
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What are your rights if someone threatens you verbally?
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How do you call one of the marshal laws?
Asked in Mayflower Compact
When the wrote the Mayflower Compact they mention combine together in a civil body politic what did they mean by that phrase?
A civil body politic means that they wanted to establish a government for their colony. They already knew what religion they were going to establish, but in order for all to live peacefully, they wanted to establish a government that would be accepted by all and all would agree to the rules and regulations of the civil authorities.