Being on Time in the Army

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In the United States Military, tardiness is unacceptable. I could write this essay and fill it with excuses as to why I was late, but the fact of the matter is that there is no excuse. Being on time is very important. When I am late it makes everyone else run behind which then makes all the soldiers eat late and have to wait. And food is a very vital part of the army. The soldiers need their fuel in order better perform at their duty. Not to mention that when everything is running behind and then we all have to end up staying later than we would have had to in the first place. It makes the whole day very hectic and then people get irratated easy. It would make things run much smoother if everyone was on time all the time.

Being late is not only important in the army, but it is vital everywhere. No matter where you work or what you do you should always be on time. If you work somewhere and you are late then it isn't fair to your employer because they are paying you to be working for them but you are not even there.

It is important to respect your NCO. Your NCO tells you that you need to be on time, therefore you need to be on time. Your NCO is only trying to help you. They want what is best for you and the army, and what is best for the army, is best for you. You may wonder, "Well how does my NCO know what is best for me?" Well, let me answer you that. He knows what is best because he is in that position for a reason. He has worked hard to be higher ranking than you, and in that hard work has come experience and plenty of knowledge.

Another thing about being late is that fact that I would really like to move up in the army. I would like the respect and to get more pay for my family. But I can't expect to move up very fast, or at all even, if I'm not following simple rules such as being on time. If high ranking soldiers were late all the time than they would not be were they are today. Imagine if you were on a war field and you were...
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