Why I Should Stay in the Army

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My actions and behavior that I have had until recent events , is the reason I am writing this paper. I want to stay in the Army for how long I don’t know . I reenlisted downrange for 5 more years in the army , not because I didn’t have anything else to do with my life but because I love my job. My plans was to return to Italy and go and pass Ranger School. Some people don’t think that I can achieve much but one thing I’m good at is working hard and proving to people that I can do anything I set my mind to. Some key things that every soldier must have is army values. I’m going to break down and tell you what the army values mean to me. Integrity is a word that defines honesty and trust, but it is also one of the words that make up and defines the Army Values. Integrity is probably one of the most valuable and worth meaning word the Army uses. The army defines Integrity as doing what is right always, mentally, morally, and physically. Doing what is right always, means being able to do everything you are supposed to when no one is around to watch you or being able to do things you are told to do without having anyone be there to supervise you, being able to have people trust and believe in you that you will do what your told, like from a Non Commissioned Officer, (NCO). Being able to do little missions and have every one trust you to get it done is a very important aspect of being in the Army. If no one can trust you when they tell you to do a mission, you won’t be asked to do anything, you won’t be put in charge of anything, and you won’t get to go to any schools, especially any schools you actually want to go to. Integrity also works the same way when you are at a school or away from your company. While at the school or class or whatever you might be at. Letting your company, or team leader know what is going on with...
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