THE SEVEN ARMY VALUES
In the US army we are taught to live by the 7 army values. They are broken down to us in the acronym ‘LDRSHIP’. Loyalty “Bear true faith and allegiance to the U.S. constitution, the Army, and other soldiers.” Duty “Fulfill your obligations.” Respect “Treat people as they should be treated.” Selfless Service “Put the welfare of the nation, the Army and your subordinates above your own.” Honor “Live up to the army values.” Integrity “Do what’s right legally and morally.” and Personal Courage “Face fear, danger or adversity (physical or moral).” We are all drilled on these 7 army values from day one of basic training. First we commit them to memory. Then we learn to live by them. All 7 values have an impact on each other, and are an integral part of ones moral standing. These 7 “Army Values” however reach FAR beyond the military and play well into life outside the army at the work place or in your personal life there is a way to keep yourself a morally straight person that you and everyone you know will be proud to be accuainted with. People fail to realize the importance these values have on the way that one is perceived by ALL of those around them.
Take Loyalty for example. In my personal opinion, Loyalty means being a person that other’s can count on never failing those around you and always pulling through on your word. say what you mean and mean what you say. That when the time comes, you will be there to do what needs to be done. You will be true and faithful to them no matter the outcome. If that loyalty is not observed by both parties involved however, then that sense of loyalty may eventually change or even dissapear all the way. Loyalty comes in handy be loyal to others and they will be loyal to you. you never know when your going to need some help yourself. SSG Gilllette always says perception is reality. how do you think one of your battle buddies will percive you if he asks you to do something simple as make sure the humvee is...
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