There are few settings where hierarchy is so visible as in military organizations. Hierarchy entails the right to oblige others to comply with decisions, and the hierarchal order of decision-making determines who decides what others do in an organization (Ahrne and Brunsson, 2011, pp.86, 94). Hierarchy is therefore essential to understanding organizational activities.1 In this chapter, we will investigate the positions and working tasks that are tied to different ranks, but also the conceptions and practices of order in the Legion.2 Orders and obedience are core issues in relation to every military hierarchy, and we will also tap into the everyday discourses that encourage obedience.