As for duty the soldier had put that word where it never was before, and he obeyed because those above him had a right to command.
There was, asserted the speaker, no more important lesson for the people to learn than that of obedience.
The centurion had given the best analysis of obedience.
then attested to the responsibilities of the military life, and showed how General Johnston
measured up the full standard of all that combined to constitute the ideal soldier.