Uniform Ready at All Times

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Maintain a good appearance is essential for all members of the armed forces, especially for the U.S. NAVY. It looks simple, and we should always be able to carry out this mission, no matter what. Not having just a simple thing like a belt makes us look uneven. By the simple fact of having forgotten belt, we could also forget send a message instead, and for not sending a message we could end up losing the lives of our shipmates, or even worse, lose the war. Having a uniform ready at all times will teach us discipline. Discipline is systematic instruction intended to train a person, or to follow a particular code of conduct or “order”. Often, the phrase "to discipline" carries a negative connotation. This is because enforcement of order -that is, ensuring instructions are often carried out -is regulated through punishment. Discipline is a course of actions leading to a goal greater than the satisfaction of the immediate. A disciplined person is one that has established a goal and is willing to achieve that goal at the expense of his or her immediate comfort. A well-disciplined organization is one whose members work with enthusiasm, willingness, and zest as individuals and as a group to fulfill the mission of the organization with expectation of success. Just the simple fact that we are not in a combat zone, or deployment; doesn’t mean we are not doing something good for the NAVY. First, way before we carry out that type of mission we have to be able to do something just a simple as having a belt. A belt is as important as the trousers or covers. In ranks you can quickly distinguish when a person is not in full uniform, it just looks different. All sailors must maintain the highest standards regarding our uniforms, we never know when the next mission will be entrusted to us and by all means we must carry it out and complete it successfully. That’s just a reason why we

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