Importance Of Accountability In The Army

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Register to read the introduction… I understand that accountability is a virtue that can actually be learned through experience. In fact being overseas helped me understand how important it was for other and me to know that I was someone who was accountable for my action and with every upgrade in rank I understood that because it was a privilege it also comes with higher responsibility. I am responsible for my actions that is also something I learned being in the Army. Therefore accountability is much more than just being dependable it also implies being responsible for one’s actions, knowing that when serving my country is important for others to know that I am a soldier they can count on and know that I am dependable and responsible. In fact when I first join the army I knew that my main mission was to serve my country and along the way I learn that I was also looking for something that was not part of my life that was the sense of accountability. Before the Army I knew I was missing something in my life that made me the person I am now. Even though it is still very much a learning process and I am still learning I believe that I have come a long way in my professional and personal life as a soldier. As the days go by and I live my life as a soldier I wish to keep learning more from my experiences and keep growing as a soldier and a person. I want to continue my life serving my country and protecting the freedom of my

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