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Accountability And Professionalism
Submitted by: darriningrahamDate Submitted: 01/07/2009Category: MiscellaneousWords: 1565Pages: 7Views: 1522Popularity Rank: 4322 Accountability
in the United States of America's ARMY
September 5, 2008
Intro, Definition of Essay,
II. The affect it has on my unit and myself
II. The importance of accountability in the army
III. The importance of professionalism in the army
IV. The 7 Army Core Values
This paper is an essay that was assigned for me to do as a means of corrective training for infractions involving me being unaccountable and unprofessional. Although essays are generally short this one is more than 1500 words; words that form sentences that convey meaning. Not typically drafted just to fulfill the request; but honestly composed to communicate what I think and feel.
An essay is a short literary composition on a particular theme or subject, usually in prose and generally analytic, speculative, or interpretative. My subject is myself. I am using a combination of forms and styles to share my thoughts.
I have been written up for being late to PT or just completely missing it. I was told that everyone must show up for PT for accountability purposes. At one point my argument was, "why could I not just show up at 0900hrs for Work Call for accountability purposes. I am nursing a severally injured knee and can't get around to well. My profile prevents me from participating in PT and it limits my work days to just 5 hours a day. My request was denied. SSG. Ambriz said if she has to show up then I have to show up. I felt that was unsympathetic and senseless. But, it's still the standard, so I let that argument go.
Over the course of 7 months, I have been counseled 3 times for missing accountability formation. After the third time, I was given an assignment to write an essay about how missing accountability formation affects the unit, why accountability is important, professionalism, and the Army Core Values.
The Army defines leadership as influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation, while operating to accomplish the mission and improve the organization. To Become a leader in the army, I think is a noble endeavor. The resources and training it provides surpasses any other organized social group. The army, theoretically, is an excellently structured, great career opportunity, family centered organization. It promotes personal development and universal values and ethics. Theoretically! Practically, I only know what I've experienced. What I have experienced for the most part hasn't been what I envisioned.
ARMY ACCOUNTABILITY what are the effects of my constant tardiness and FTR on the unit
I have received three counseling statements since March 4, 2008 for tardiness...
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