Question for those still in. I'm taking a course on the international law of armed conflict, and was looking up the status quo in CAF. I remember when I got in that there was a simple 'soldier's rules', a nice, easy, plainly worded, infantry-proof list of simple rules that would keep you out of shit WRT the laws of war. I can't seem to find any modern recognizable incarnation of this. Have the plainly worded soldiers' rules been absorbed into some larger defense ethics program, or is there still a simple, short, and legally authoritative document outlining the responsibility of our soldiers in hostilities?