During my first ten years in judge advocate work, I thought I knew all the answers, knew exactly what was right in every case. During my second ten years, I developed a few doubts in certain areas. During my third decade of service I discovered that I knew less and less and I had a great many doubts. Now that I have retired and have entered my fourth decade, I have doubts about almost everything.
Major General Kenneth J. Hodson, The Manual for Courts-Martial--1984, 57 Mil. L. Rev. 1 (1972)