Demonstrated integrity is the basis for dependable, consistent information, decisionmaking, and delegation of authority. (4) Professionally competent leaders will develop respect for their authority by— (a) Striving to develop, maintain, and use the full range of human potential in their organization. This potential is a critical factor in ensuring that the organization is capable of accomplishing its mission. (b) Giving troops constructive information on the need for and purpose of military discipline. Articles in the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) that require explanation will be presented in such a way to ensure that Soldiers are fully aware of the controls and obligations imposed on them by virtue of their military service (see Art 137, UCMJ).
The same thing applies for rewards two soldiers do the same thing an NCO can not give one of them a higher reward. There are three types of duties specified duties which are those related to jobs and positions, directed duties which are not specified as part of a job position or MOS or other directive, and implied duties which often support specified duties. A good leader executes the boss’s decisions with energy and enthusiasm; looking at their leader, soldiers will believe the leader thinks it’s absolutely the best possible solution. As a leader we must ensure that our soldiers clearly understand their responsibilities as members of the team and as representative of the Army. Responsibility is being accountable for what we do or fail to do.
It was not long only after three years of service, Officer Baton was reassigned to the Joint Gang Task Force. Officer Barton knew he wanted to be a member of this group as this group shared unique values, and beliefs that related to the job. However, Officer Barton had no clue as to the new subculture he was about to enter into. Officer Barton wanted to be within this tight knit band of brothers. (More, 2012).
Once mastering these techniques, not only will you not get scolded for absences and late appearances, you will also look like a squared away, punctual soldier, with the look of being a motivated individual. Punctuality and responsibility for your own actions are key if you want to make being in the military as a career, let alone in the civilian world. Now, time management is a very easy technique to master, but the trick about it is that it is not something you just get, it is something you work for and is solely based on the individual involved. If you really work at it, stay motivated and practice using this technique, then it will come to you quickly and will be in your personal arsenal in your pursuit of seeming squared away. On the other side of that coin though, if you are generally unmotivated, lazy, or just plainly don't care, then
The bond is made by decades of rigorous training, politics, etc. thta make them different. In the Marines, recruit training is the genesis of the enduring sense of brotherhood that characterizes the Corps. New recruits are told they start that " A Marine Believes- in his God, in his Country, in his Corps, in his buddies and himself." All the events and obstacles that Marines go through is not done individually but with team work.
Those that were eligible, did not receive proper training and lived in squalid camps. During the year and a half of U.S. involvement in World War I, morale would drop among American troops, but patriotism would flourish among American civilians. During the first half of the Twentieth Century, American patriotism would grow exponentially as the United States grew more involved in foreign policy. American troops were composed mostly of first or second generation immigrants, who had traveled to the United States seeking freedom from persecution and oppression. These immigrant soldiers would gladly fight and give their lives to protect their homelands from tyrannous German military dictatorship.
Respect is important because society needs to have a positive perception of the Army in order for it to be successful. Selfless Service is putting the needs of the Army before your own, but also taking care of yourself and your subordinates. Honor provides the moral compass for individuals. It is the glue for the Army Values. Integrity and personal courage are important because a Soldier must do what is right all the time even if they are scared.
Aaron Estoup 21 May 2014 PHL 444 Essay #2 Donald Cowart case was influential to the topic of patient-physician autonomy. Dax did not want to remain alive after his horrendous accident that left his body almost completely burnt. He was in constant pain and felt that he was useless as a human being and felt like death was warranted. He in fact wanted to die because he believed that his life was no longer worth the pain and suffering due to his reduced quality of life. The doctors did not feel that he was in the appropriate state of mind to make this decision on his own, primarily his surgeon Dr. Larson.
Esprit de corps is a traditional military expression that denotes the Army’s common spirit, a collective ethos of camaraderie and cohesion within the team. Esprit de corps exists at all levels, influencing individual morale, team cohesion, and ethos within the Army Profession. It is reflected in motivation, morale and discipline of the soldiers in a unit. Pride in what they are doing for their families and the American people, as well as just knowing they are doing something good with their lives but living up to the army morals and values. Espirit De Corps in a unit can be based on the experience and history of the unit as well as customs and traditions unique to it.
Military training prepares an individual, mentally for almost any survival situation. It teaches not just that a trainee can survive, but that they will survive One of the most powerful resources at a trainees disposal is sheer will. The “US Army Survival Manual FM 21-76” references a case in which a man was stranded in the desert for eight days with no food or water, the man had no formal survival training and he didn’t do anything he the way he should have. But he wanted to survive and through sheer willpower he did survive. Military training teaches a trainee to cope with two of the most dangerous obstacles in a survival situation.