1. Dereliction of Duty.
Dereliction of duty is a specific offense under United States Code Title 10,892. Article 92 and applies to all branches of the US military. A service member who is derelict has willfully refused to perform his duties (or follow a given order) or has incapacitated himself in such a way that he cannot perform his duties. Such incapacitation includes the person falling asleep while on duty requiring wakefulness, his getting drunk or otherwise intoxicated and consequently being unable to perform his duties, or his vacating his post contrary to regulations. Article 92 also applies to service members whose acts or omissions rise to the level of criminally negligent behavior. * Dereliction of duty may also be used to describe an elected official failing to perform his duty. If an elected official is found guilty of dereliction of duty, he may be impeached.
noun (Concise Encyclopedia)
Offense of attempting to overthrow the government of one’s country or of assisting its enemies in war. In the U.S., the framers of the Constitution defined treason narrowly—as the levying of war against the U.S. or the giving of aid and comfort to its enemies
—in order to lessen the possibility that those in power might falsely or loosely charge their political opponents with treason. Obama Gives Egypt $450 Million 2 Weeks After Protesters Storm US Embassy LINK Letter: Obama should be impeached over Benghazi deaths LINK