Military bearing is the root in which every soldier practices in order to carry out good discipline and ethics throughout ones military career. Army regulations and soldiers on our own creed illustrate how a military service member should conduct themselves on a daily basis, on and off duty. Loyalty, duty, respect, commitment, honor, punctuality, reliable, integrity, and personal courage are Army core values. Courage is the ability to stand up for ones beliefs and ethics that the Army has been bestowed on them, despite the danger they may face on duty. Courage which is the result of training and discipline is the kind upon which the control of men in battle is based. With such courage, the man when facing danger obeys the voice of command rather than the dictates of his own will.
Every soldier is forced through discipline and pride to a noticeable display of courage, and for the enlisted man and the subordinate officer, this courage will be adequate if it carries him through the proper performance of the duty with which he is charged. His responsibility ends with proper obedience to orders. A proper observance of the restraints of discipline is always together from the military habit and, again, it is the manner in which the requirements of discipline are observed that distinguishes the trained soldier.
Duty requires a willingness to accept full responsibility for your actions and for your subordinate's performance. It also requires a leader to take the initiative and anticipate requirements based on the situation. Duty means accomplishing all assigned tasks to the best of your ability. The proper and faithful performance of duty is the standard. The value and efficiency of the soldier is measured, and the measure of his efficiency and value is not determined by the prominence of the duty which he performs.
The military man should be inspired by an active patriotism which will impel him, if necessary, to sacrifice his comfort and interests to the benefit of his country, he should possess the physical courage to face personal danger and the moral courage to assume responsibility for the lives of others. Each gives his service to his country. Each offers the same sacrifice his life as an earnest of his sincerity, they differ from each other only in the matter of rank and grade and consequent duties and responsibilities. Selfless Service is to put the welfare of the nation, the Army, and your subordinates before your own. Selfless service leads to organizational teamwork and encompasses discipline, self-control and faith in the system.
All military soldiers have an obligation to conduct themselves with dignity and in such a manner as to reflect of their military service. Dignity exists where the individual has a proper sense of his or her own worth and of the worthiness of their cause. The person who has true dignity also will respect the dignity of others and their place of work. All military members must demonstrate patriotism at all times. We ordinarily think of patriotism as implying something heroic, of involving courage, fortitude and sacrifice of self, even of life, but few men are ever called upon to give such evidence of their devotion to their country. However, every man may be called upon, in his public or his private capacity, to give evidence to his patriotism every day of his life. True patriotism demands of a citizen a proper conception of and obedience to the laws of the country and of life in accordance with those laws.
Punctuality is a very important part of military life for several reasons. One reason is that if someone is late for a patrol or convoy that patrol or convoy might have to leave without that person. Another reason is because it will make whoever your relieving have to stay at work for longer than they are supposed to, tired and sluggish because of that fact, giving a high chance that whatever work that person does would be not up to...