Core Values

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Core Values
The core values of the Royal Logistic Corp are Selfless Commitment, Respect for Others, Loyalty, Integrity, Discipline, and Courage which are broken down to the acronym SOLID C. These are the basic values that soldiers in the Royal Logistic Corp are expected to up hold. Since the British Army has been deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan there are numerous examples of these being upheld but it is important for these to be upheld when soldiers are not on Operations. Selfless commitment in the Army is a part of everyday life putting the team first and being able to think of others before yourself. If one member of a team or section doesn’t follow this value then there will be a drop in moral in the team and more importantly the mission will fail. If the British Army is going to succeed there has to be respect. Respect for the rank structure but also respect for each other so no one feels that they are being harassed or discriminated against because of their gender, race, religious views or sexual orientation. There has to be a great deal of loyalty in the British Army, having the ability to help and if necessary look after your fellow soldiers through the hard times as well as the hard times. All of the core values are important but in my opinion Integrity is the most important. Owning up to something if you have done it or as basic as telling the truth makes life a lot easier and friends come to respect you more if you’re just honest. The British Army is the most professional army in the world, a lot of this is down to the discipline of its soldiers. In the army discipline is taken seriously, things like turning up on time and Ironing your uniform for a parade all make a well disciplined soldier and all these things prepare soldiers for an operational tour or an exercise in the field. Having self discipline is also important, not going out drinking every night and simple things like preparing for the next day all make up a well disciplined soldier....
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