Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage. The Importance of Accountability And Responsibility
Accountability’s physical definition is the responsibility to someone or for some activity. Accountability is important because it allows you to know where a person is at all times. We also use accountability to keep track of different items in the army, in tech supply we use hand receipts as a source to stay accountable for items that we give to soldiers. The army also uses formations as a way to have accountability of the soldiers in a particular unit or company and or brigade. It’s important to be accounted for no matter if you’re part of a formation or some type of business. Being accounted for let’s that persons accounted know that he/she is at his point of place and time. To be accounted for allows the person to be somewhere else other than his point of duty, knowing that his command knows of his whereabouts and his status. One likes to believe that being on time is being late, but being early is being on time. The importance of being on time when getting accounted for shows how responsible you are instead of showing up late an getting in trouble. Being accounted for shows your command that you know how to manage yourself and your time this can probably help you get promoted and move up the ranks, because of being a responsible person your command might entrust you to handle more important events or tasks with relief that they can rely on you to be there to get the job done.
Responsibility and accountability fall similarly into sync with each other. The physical definition of responsibility is the state or fact of being accountable or to blame for something.Responsibility is one of the most important things in the Army. I failed to be in formation at 6:30 Monday morning. this was me showing a lack of responsibility. A soldier’s accountability is the one of the main responsibilities of the leadership in the Army....
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