The seven main principles were rectitude, courage, benevolence, politeness, honor, honesty, and loyalty. Each principle had a different meaning in the way they should live out their warrior lives. Rectitude also referred to as justice is the strongest of all the virtues. This is one’s power to decide on an action according to the reason, also without wavering on doubt. For example, in a fight, a warrior should use rectitude to know when to strike so he may kill his opponent at the exact time it was meant to happen.
When given a lawful order or direction/directive, soldiers are liable to perform that action. Complaining is acceptable but quietly and only to colleagues, and it must be performed to the best of their ability. If a soldier fails at an action, they are answerable to that failure and must take personal responsibility for their part of the failure no matter what position they hold or rank they possess. All soldiers from E-1 to O-10 must have a sense of personal responsibility to be able to claim a sense of accountability. While accountability is not in the Army values, the spirit of accountability runs deep in the values.
Brotherhood, defined by me is when a guy is willing to put his life at risk to save mine. Brotherhood is knowing that even in the worst situations, I will have the person standing by my side and fighting along with me. Brotherhood is when I am in need, the person is there supporting me, guiding me to success. Brotherhood is important because it creates a bond. This bond cannot be broken by girls or small problems,
But they are obliged to do so. It is written in their oath, “I will always have the courage to hold myself” (IACP). This tells us that must the police must show bravery and persistence even in the worst situation. It also says that, “I will never betray… the public trust” (IACP). This shows us that they must keep a good relationship with the public and that asks for compassion.
While it can be interpreted as standing for ones beliefs, a police officer must uphold a high moral code in accordance to the society which is being served. The ethics to which police officers holds themselves, must include the character traits demonstrated in personal life, in addition to operating as public servants. If an officer is deemed untrustworthy at home, they cannot be trusted to work legally within the police department. Honesty within policing is just as important, where failing to admit a mistake can weaken a reputation and call previous cases into question. Although these traits can be trained into an individual, integrity must be developed personally before it can be applied
Rikki Tikki Tavi should be called a hero and only a hero. When given the choice to fight for what’s right, he takes it and works through it with the best possible solutions. Rikki shows his heroism and courage by making sure all good is safe and all evil is destroyed. Nobody is safe until Rikki Tikki Tavi fights to make sure they are. Each step taken by Rikki shows his heroic characteristics and thoughtful thinking.
Understanding that some Military Occupations are tougher than others, yet our goal remains; to mold diverse Leaders by providing them the foundational standards as American Soldiers. Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless-Service, Honor, Integrity and Personal Courage, are the core values we live and breathe as American Soldiers. We must not forget or become laxed because these values are the backbone to the Army and are foundational truths to our success. As Non-Commissioned Officers (NCO) we will reprioritize our conduct, in order for these values to resignate home within us. As
Character Development through Leadership The Army defines character as one’s true nature. The inherent values, virtues identity, purpose and morals a person possesses. The goal of the Army’s study is to single out and nurture personal traits so that they will have leaders with extremely high character and ethical beliefs. This will allow leaders of character to further develop our Army and foster individual units to operate within the Army’s ethical belief. The challenge is that all people are different in their beliefs, finding common ground and methods of cultivating character traits is the final step in the process.
Discuss the importance of justice and fairness (or lack of it) and its effect on the accused and other members of the military community According to George Washington, “Discipline is the soul of an army. It makes small numbers formidable, procures success to the weak and esteem to all. Based on the task above, the definition of discipline is the practice of training people to obey rules or a code of behaviour, using punishment to correct disobedience while the definition of good order is in the right manner. It means how to unite a troop in order to maintain the discipline and good order way. This two elements is very important to make a cooperation among troops.
The Church ought to be a place where people are educating one another about civic questions and human dignity. It is a place for ‘political seminar’ (Williams, 2011), because it loves and worships a God who transforms human society. Through it, people deliberate about civic virtue and the common good in accordance to God’s love. Religious institutions such as churches are considered as one of those social institutions apart from the government, school, family and others where activities and programs have significant impacts to the lives of the people they are serving (Naillon, 2007). The relationship between the religious congregations and the civil authority has been a feature of theological debate and political dialogue since ancient times (Frame, 2006).
Commander and NCOs) are role models for the organization and set the example for their subordinates, which led to sustaining an ethical climate. Discipline organization exhibits high physical fitness, technical competence and successfully accomplish the mission. For example, the case study “Fall of the Warrior King” illustrates that the organization failed
They need to follow them so that everyone can be responsible for their action.Police officers need to follow these rules to avoid being unfair on the job and abusing their power.Police officers have guidelines they have to go by.Police officers have to be able to justify their arrest usually by showing some tangible evidence that lead them to probable cause officers should not abuse their power. With every arrest, they need to make sure that they have actual evidence and are not using their every arrest the police do they have to justify Police power to arrest someone that they do not like.It’s in their guidelines they follow the ethical and moral rules put in place, they just have to follow them to avoid making these police mistakes. If police officers followed this code of conduct, they would not abuse their power and police brutality would not be such a big
Smith presents an excellent reminder to preachers that their duty must be to respect God’s word and unite it with his assembly. The preacher must let the scripture characterize the doctrine and express it in a manner that influences the hearer. Doctrine eventually must inspire our living. Smith provides a lot of examples of this within and even concludes the book with two example sermons that puts what he framed in the rest of the book to practice. The preacher has to be an exegetical escort guiding his people into the proximity of God.
Next, is the security of the population and serving the need without harming others. The courtroom also can be used as an example of this need. The environment of the courtroom being safe is another one of the needs the criminal justice professionals owe to every person. Following all of the rules of the U.S. constitution while prosecuting a defendant with the facts of the case still must be followed for the population. Security also of the populations lives must be followed such as capturing criminals causing harm to
As a religious person, I would also strongly consider praying. 3. Seeking support- at this stage I would review policies regarding confidentiality in military psychology and APA Code of Ethics. Additionally I would consider reading peer review articles, and legal cases that have served as precedents. Consulting with an experienced colleague out of my workplace could be as well