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CODE OF CONDUCT - ARTICLE III - TO RESIST
CODE OF CONDUCT - ARTICLE III - TO RESIST
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ARC Identifier 24294 / Local Identifier 111-AIF-7 - Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Communications-Electronics. U.S. Army Audiovisual Agency. (1967 - 1974) - - EXPLAINS THE PURPOSE AND APPLICATION OF PRINCIPLE OF "RESISTANCE" WHEN CAPTURED BY THE ENEMY - DANGERS OF ACCEPTING FAVORS IN ENEMY CAMP. - Copied by Michael Edson
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