Discipline is the one thing that immediately comes to mind whenever military service is mentioned. It is the foundation of success as well as the key element of the military structure. Punctuality is the discipline cornerstone. The very first step in mission accomplishment is showing up and starting it in time to meet the planned schedule. The commonly used advice in being successful in military service is to be in the right place on time and in the right uniform.
To: Sgt Sexton 28/AUG/2016 From: Pv2 Cutshall Discuss how the army values apply to everyday life and how failing to follow them affects yourself, your squad and the Army as a whole . Before I start to discuss how, I would apply the army values into my day to day life . Let me first explain the meaning of the Army values and what it stands for . Not only for me but for all soldiers and civilian that still live by it, after service or by the connection that they once had with the Army way of life . I will make sure to uphold the Army values and make sure to also apply it every day without exception .
Finally, set high moral standards that reflect the values of society. Fulfilling of these aspects give preconditions to the US Army to gain its status as a profession. Also, it is important to highlight, what the Army does not declare itself to be profession, the Army receives this mandate to be profession from the People of the United States and after all, – “As long as they trust us to provide for their common defense, they will grant the respected status of profession to the Army and provide the autonomy we need to do our work
Not only am I an example of my country but I am an example to those who come after me and I need to set a high standard for them to keep our military superior to those who come against us. Being punctual many times is the very first impression that you make when meeting someone for the first time. Not only does it make you look professional, trustworthy, and diligent but it is a good reflection on those who are in command above you. It is very important for each of us to maintain a superior level of
In the Army esprit de corps is one of the five essential characteristics present to ensure an effective, ethical, and trusted military profession. Their focus is on respect for history and tradition, and commitment to each member and collective excellence (). Similarly, the Air Force’s use of esprit de corps focuses on the fact that no one is an “individual but part of the best military in the world” (). This is because as an individual it is not possible to accomplish every task, but as a group committed towards a common goal the mission can be accomplished and
Air Force ROTC, 2014). These core values are values that each branch of the military holds dearly, including the Army. It is important for all members of the United States Military to do the right thing when no one is looking, the basis of integrity. Service before self pertains to the fact that an individual in the Air Force and the Military as a whole is part of something larger than themselves, something that they must prioritize even over themselves. They must make personal sacrifices for the betterment of the organization, for others within, and for the nation itself.
Whilst ethics, discipline and rigidness are some of the components to effective leadership, these are some of the key features identified in a military standard. ETHICS Ethics is known to be one of the core characteristic to a principled leadership guided and molded by integrity and diligence. In a militaristic stance, highlighting ethics also means following a code of conduct and a set of beliefs that are aligned to the military values. Aiyengar asserts that “the armed forces must be always ethically led to uphold the defence of the nation and its national interests ” which suggests that ethics in military leadership is closely tied to the primary duty of protecting the nation and its people first and foremost much like the Ministry of Defence’s Mission: ‘To
In the NCO Creed it says “I know my soldiers and will always place their needs above my own”.The Noncommissioned officers job is to make sure that their soldier lives up to all aspects of the Soldier's Creed and make sure that will do the right thing even when no one's looking are telling them to. In the NCO Creed it says “I know my soldiers and
To address this issue we must look into the basics of being a soldier. Being a soldier is not an easy task. One must not only have the passion but also choose high level of discipline as a way of life; only than the soldiers can be trained to function at their full potential where their mentality can be cultivated and transformed from being an emotional humans to mentally strong individuals without fear and compassionate at the same time. We must understand the fact that having the right mentality plays an important role in bringing out the best in every soldier. Segregating soldiers of different services will bring out the best in their field as they interact and work together with soldiers of the same mentality.