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Bear true faith and allegiance to the US Constitution, the Army, your unit and other soldiers


Fulfill your obligations


Treat people as they should be treated

Selfless service

Put the welfare of the nation, the Army and your subordinates before your own


Live up to the Army values


Do what's right, legally and morally

Personal courage

Face fear, danger or adversity parentheses (physical or moral)

Four components of Comprehensive soldier fitness

Forget, comprehensive resilience modules, Master resilience trainers course, institutional resilience training

Comprehensive Soldier Fitness vision

A total Army team of physical healthy and psychologically strong soldiers, families and army civilians who's resilience and Total Fitness enables them to thrive in the military and civilian sector and to meet a wide range of operational demands

Comprehensive Soldier mission

Execute the comprehensive Soldier and family fitness program, as part of the US Army ready and resilient campaign plan, in order to increase the physical and psychological Health, resilience and performance of soldiers, families and army civilians

5 dimensions of strength

Physical, emotional, social, family, spiritual

Characteristics of the army profession

Military expertise, honorable service, trust, Esprit de corps, stewardship of the profession

Military expertise

Our ethical application of land power

Honorable service

Are noble calling to service and sacrifice


The Bedrock of our profession

Esprit de corps

Our Winning spirit

Stewardship of the profession

Our long-term responsibility

The Army's ability to fulfill its strategic role and discharge it's responsibilities to the nation depends on

Trust between soldiers, trust between soldiers and leaders, trust between soldiers and army civilians, trust among soldiers, their families, and the Army, trust between the Army and the American people.

Stewardship of the profession

Stewardship is our duty to care for the people, other resources and the profession entrusted To Us by the American people

What does ADP 6-22 cover?
Army Leadership
What is an Army Leader?
An Army leader is anyone who by virtue of assumed role or assigned responsibility inspires and influences people to accomplish organizational goals.
What is toxic leadership?
Toxic leadership is a combination of self-centered attitudes, motivations, and behaviors that have adverse effects on subordinates, the organization, and mission performance.
What are the three Levels of Leadership?
Direct; Organizational; Strategic
What are the three Leader Competencies?
Leads; Develops; Achieves
What are the three Leader Attributes?
Character; Presence; Intellect
What Publication Covers Customs and Courtesies
AR 600-25
Who will Salute first?
The junior person shall salute first
What should Accompany the rendering of the hand salute
an appropriate greeting such as, "Good Morning, Sir" or "Good Morning, Ma’am"
When will personnel Salute indoors?
when reporting to a superior officer
Who is required to Salute an Officer while they are driving in a POV?
Only Gate Guards; unless duties are of such a nature as to make the salute impractical