Integrity defined: steadfast adherence to moral and ethical principles; soundness of moral character; honesty. Defined on the military side it is to do the right and morale thing. To me integrity is saying and doing what you mean and knowing that what you are doing is right and telling the truth and being willing to tell on yourself even when you know you could be at risk for adverse actions. According to Army Doctrine Publication 6-22 3-13 and 3-14, 3-13. Those who possess integrity consistently follow clear principles. The Army relies on leaders of integrity who possess high moral standards and are honest in what they say and their actions. Leaders are honest to their peers and those appointed above them by not presenting themselves or their actions as anything other than what they are, remaining committed to the truth. 3-14. Leaders of integrity do the right thing because their character permits nothing less. An Army without integrity is an army that cannot function within itself. Integrity makes us soldiers able to trust our peers and leaders. Without this how are we to have trust on the battlefield? You need to be able to trust each others and have the integrity to do... [continues]
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