In an event she is unavailable or unable to assist me then my plt sgt will be notified and so on. In utilizing your chain of command this will keep you from getting in trouble and receiving corrective training as well as getting your issue handled quicker. By having a chain of command shows who is in charge from the lowest to the highest level. If there was no chain of command then everyone would think they are in charge. For example, during wartime battles would have not been won.
Following order falls under Duty, Respect and Integrity because it is a soldier’s duty to obey the orders of his/her non-commissioned and commissioned officers. It is part of respect because you are respecting your higher up when the give you an order and you follow it. It is part of Integrity because when you follow the orders given to you, you are doing what is right both legally and morally. Following orders is a big part of military function and history. Following orders allows the U.S Army to function proper order and bearing.
Importance of integrity and personal courage and how it relates to daily life in the army Integrity and personal courage are two of the seven army values that I will be touching on. The definition of integrity is having the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness. Integrity is having the ability to do the right thing at all times even when nobody is looking and especially when everyone around you is doing the wrong thing. Integrity is used in everyday life because you are faced with hundreds of choices everyday no matter how small or simple you may think they are they are still there and you must always choose to be in the right. Integrity and personal courage are two very important qualities to have while serving in the military, you must always maintain these qualities to not only survive the military but also to make and keep friends along with earning their respect and keeping that also so that they know you are trustworthy and can keep your word.
The word "Uniform" in the code's title refers to the congressional intent to make the justice system in the military uniform or consistent among the armed services. In the Uniform Code of Military Justice is following orders. There are many reasons why a soldier should follow all of the orders they are given because every one of them is important in any circumstance. An order is a task given to a soldier that has to be done in a certain period of time in an efficient manner. There are many reasons of why it is important for a soldier to follow the orders they are given, discipline, an effective combatant, and basic soldiering skills are all examples.
The Importance of Accountability 2 Accountability is of outmost importance in the military. Having accountability of gear, weapons, soldiers, and yourself is what gets the mission done. Not knowing where any of these are can be very detrimental. We do this by reporting to our chain of command, always being at the right place, right time, and right uniform. This chain of command is put in place to keep operations going smoothly in the Army, so that information is passed through as quickly and efficiently as possible.
The work of the U.S. Army is a complex combination of missions, tasks and responsibilities. A soldiers work entails building one assignment onto another. We fulfill our obligations as a part of a unit every time we resist the temptation to take shortcuts that might undermine the integrity of the final product. Respect- Treating people as they should be treated. Respect is what allows us to appreciate the best in other people.
It is not acceptable to go beyond legal, moral, and/or ethical boundaries when the nation is at a risky time of war, but only on certain conditions. Some issues discussing this are the neutralism of U.S., the Executive Order #9066 declared by FDR, and the decision to drop the bomb. These issues greatly impacted America’s standing in the world and history immensely. It was recorded into history for the mistakes that we did and the damage we caused. The U.S. struggled with each issue and did what they thought was right, even if damage was caused.
We do this by becoming experts in our profession and continuously demonstrating the moral courage that reflects the values of the Army and the American people (Army White Paper). We must never take this for granted, because if we do we will find ourselves returning to a time when our profession was not so highly regarded (Army White Paper). We should as trusted professionals always aspire to obtain the highest level of trust possible, in both the internal and external realms of trust (ADRP 1-0). Any degrade of the trust we have, no matter how insignificant it may seem, can be extremely harmful (ADRP 1-0). Though issues may occur that can be viewed as isolated incidents and seen as minor, over time these issues can and will cumulate and the effect will take a significant toll on the trust that we have in the Army (ADRP
They government is emphasizing more on the fully automatic weapons, explosives, armor and other things that only the military should have access to. Some people do not see that the violence taking place in the U.S. has to do with the access to guns and the mental health of the individual. The people who are victims to some of the most recent shootings should speak up and tell others why we need to make obtaining these types of weapons much more difficult. Many individuals choose what they want to see, hear and believe, as in seeing the massacres happen and believing the government is taking their right away and not letting them have what they have the right to have, which is “the right to bear arms.” Most citizens do not see that making further background checks and regulation on the amount of ammunition that is