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  • The Army

    Army Values Essay Honor‚ integrity‚ selfness-service‚ duty‚ respect‚ personal courage‚ and loyalty‚ these are the 7 army values in which each and every member must stay true to. My definition of honor may be skewed from the general publics view of honor. In my eyes‚ when you are thankful that you are given the opportunity to serve your country‚ that is when you are honorable. Integrity is what keeps this country going‚ each member of the military must have integrity to be successful. Do the right

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    An army (from Latin arma "arms‚ weapons" via Old French armée‚ "armed" (feminine))‚ is a fighting force that fights primarily on land. In the broadest sense‚ it is the land-based military branch‚ service branch or armed service of a nation or state. It may also include other branches of the military such as the air force via means of aviation corps. Within a national military force‚ the word army may also mean a field army. They differ from army reserves who are activated only during such times as

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    Purpose of counseling Initial Counseling Job Title‚ Education‚ Financial Readiness‚ Promotion‚ Barracks Maintenance and Physical Fitness Key Points of Discussion SPC________ ‚ this is your initial counseling. The purpose of this counseling is to inform you of what I expect from you and to touch on some basic areas that will be followed up on‚ on monthly counseling’s. While here at work you are to do _________________________________. If you have any question or concerns about how to

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    A 360 Degree Transformation It is a well known fact to all‚ that experiencing traumatic war events and sights that aren’t pleasant‚ changes people. There is an innocence that is forever lost. An innocence that can never be gained back. Change is inevitable. Change‚ in Mary Anne Bell’s case‚ is here to stay. It has its way of affecting each and every person it encounters. In the book The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien‚ he incorporates an innocent city girl into the wild jungle of war in Vietnam;

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  • Army Uniform

    As stated in AR 670-1‚ Wear and Appearance of Army Uniforms and Insignia‚ paragraph 1-7 A‚ “General. The Army is a uniformed service where discipline is judged‚ in part‚ by the manner in which a soldier wears a prescribed uniform‚ as well as by the individual’s personal appearance. Therefore‚ a neat and well-groomed appearance by all soldiers is fundamental to the Army and contributes to building the pride and spirit essential to an effective military force. A vital ingredient of the Army’s strength

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  • the army as a profession

    Abstract The Army is a great profession were many individuals come together and make the impossible happen. This institution has to overcome more obstacles then most average career paths will take you. The only way these thing have happened and will continue to happen is through discipline‚ leadership‚ training and mentorship. The army is always changing at a fast rate of speed and without these elements the profession of arms will fall apart. After over a decade of war the army is changing again

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  • Army Values

    the Army‚ and other Soldiers.” Duty “Fulfill your obligations.” Respect “Treat people as they should be treated.” Selfless Service “Put the welfare of the nation‚ the Army and your subordinates above your own.” Honor “Live up to the army values.” Integrity “Do what’s right legally and morally.” and Personal Courage “Face fear‚ danger or adversity physical or moral.” We are all drilled on these 7 army values from the very first day of basic training and throughout our Army career

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  • Accountability Army

    an officer or other person for keeping accurate records of property‚ documents‚ or funds. The person having this obligation may or may not have actual possession of the property‚ documents‚ or funds. What I perceive from this definition is that the Army and Department of Defense in general expects you to maintain all issued equipment and anything that you have signed for. As a medic‚ it is a must that you be accountable for all your gear. If you lose your aid bag while in combat‚ How will you provide

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  • Army

    ------------------------------------------------- Indian Army | | Founded | 15 August 1947 – present | Country | India | Type | Army | Size | 1‚129‚900 active personnel 960‚000 reserve personnel 158 aircraft | Part of | Ministry of Defence Indian Armed Forces | Headquarters | New Delhi‚ India | Motto | Service Before Self | Colours | Gold‚ red and black              | Website | Official Website of the Indian Army | Commanders | Chief of the Army Staff | General Bikram Singh[1] | Notable

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  • Roman Army

    Why was the Roman Army so Successful? The Roman Army was one of the most successful armies in the past as they conquered most of the land in Europe. There were very successful because of their excellent organization‚ strict recruitment policy‚ hard training‚ well equipped armors and equipment and intelligent tactics. Recruitment was the first important process to recruit good men to join the army. The selection process was strict. The man was aged between 18 to 25 and had to be a Roman citizen

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