Leaders of today's Army are faced with ethical problems on what seems a constant basis. A specific problem facing our Army deals with the War on Terrorism and society's judgment of ethical decisions made by military leaders. One such case is made regarding LTC Allen West, a battalion commander who received administrative punishment for improperly interrogating an Iraqi detainee. Ethics is defined as a principle of right or good behavior or rules for standards of conduct governing the members of a profession. Similarly, an ethical dilemma creates conflict and makes one choose between values, beliefs and options for their actions. There have been similar situations reported since the War on Terrorism began.