The Need for Role of Discipline in the Uniformed Public Services Definition of Role of Discipline: This is the practice of training people to obey rules or a code of behaviour, using punishment to correct disobedience and rewards to encourage it. Rules and Regulations: Rules and regulations are put in place to maintain the expectation of the service; so that tasks run smoothly and there is a certain routine to be followed, for safety and efficiency. Tasks will get done effectively and to the best of the service's ability. Rules and regulations are also to get tasks done as quick as possible, but to a high standard. This is also to ensure that no faults are made, hence no lives being put in danger; meaning themselves or the public, or Public Service being scrutinised.
By working with each other and completing their duty’s they are gaining trust, while becoming very loyal towards each other. Duty is to fulfill your obligations. Not just completing your work at the minimum standard but to always do your best. Taking the initiative to do things is a great example of fulfilling your duties. Completing your duty also prevents illegal orders because leaders have no choice but to do what is right.
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. When a soldier doesn’t follow the orders they were given it doesn’t only affect them it can affect everyone in the team or unit and the goals they have set for any particular mission. The ability of soldiers to understand and be able to carry out orders can directly lead to the success or failure of a given mission. Which is why there is a great importance behind a soldiers ability to follow lawful orders given. As an NCO, giving orders to soldiers happens all the time.
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.
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.
(2) Technical proficiency -- Knowledge of the military sciences and skill in their application. (3) Moral responsibility -- Personal adherence to high standards of conduct and the guidance of subordinates toward wholesomeness of mind and body.  JJDIDTIEBUCKLE  THE 14 LEADERSHIP TRAITS  1. Purpose  A. The objective of Marine Corps Leadership is to develop the leadership qualities of Marines to enable them to assume progressively greater responsibilities to the Marine Corps and society.
The Soldiers will ensure that the mission is accomplished because they do not want to let the superior down. They know that they are a vital member of the team and that their superior will always lookout for them. When a superior does not show the Soldier that they are important to them then the mission will suffer. Respect for our
It is also important to be on time to show that you respect your superior’s orders. Being late shows a lack of respect and responsibility. I will always do my best to have the up most respect for my superiors, whether I agree with their decision or not. It is my job as a United States Soldier to do as I’m asked. Being on time is one of the most important things I have to do on a daily basis to show respect for my authority.
JROTC is cadet lead, meaning the battalion is only as good as the leaders within it. JROTC teaches Cadets to believe in the benefits of “the group” rather than “oneself”. Character is the mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual. Character is molded through the JROTC program. Teaching Cadets the importance of trust, obedience, and respect creates positive additions to society.
For instance, being in good shape, coming to work with a fresh haircut, and knowing your job are all things that a young Marine looks up to in a leader. As a leader you accomplish this by your personal conduct on and off duty. High standards are a trademark of the Marine Corps and reflecting these principles and values is an iatrical part of setting the example. Along those same lines, being dedicated to duty and setting professional example encourages Marines to seek self-improvement while also giving someone for them to emulate. From experience I have developed my views on leadership and how it relates to being a leader in the United States Marine Corps.