Why my chain of command have accountability it is easier for them to track down other soldiers in case they were needed for anything. Being accountable means being dependable, showing up to formation at the appointed time, being at the right place and at the right time and doing the right thing at the right time. It is also to see if everyone shows up to formation and or where they are supposed to be. Accountability is not only for keeping track of other soldiers it can also be for keeping track of money, gear, legal documents, and many other things. The reason you would want to keep track of soldier is so if there is ever a time where a lot of soldiers goes missing you would be able to look in specific place rather than looking in unnecessary places. You can also make a log book so whenever anyone goes somewhere they would have to sign out of that log book. And also the buddy system is a good way to find out where someone would be. I think the whole reason for having accountability is so we get to where we are going on time, so we stay safe and if we were to get into trouble someone could come get us. It is also helpful to have a cell phone or a phone pad with your chain of command in it so you can always be reached.
When I’m accountable it makes my chain of command job easier and mines too doing what I need to do to be accountable in always a plus because being early doesn’t mean that I am early but being late is being (FTR) failure to report and unaccounted for. If my chain of command always have a hundred percent accountability they will never have any problems like wondering where someone is or wondering why someone is missing.