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    The importance of the Army Values within the United States Army. I will cover the seven values and their definition. Next, we will discuss where and when they became important to America’s Army. Lastly, we will discuss why, as leaders, it is important to live by these values both on and off duty. I hope to expand your knowledge on the topic and make you more aware as a leader. The seven Army values: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage. We learn each of these when we begin Basic Combat Training. Learning each word and their definitions is not enough to understand them to an extent of true understanding. It is my opinion that one will never master these to a state of perfection. As…

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    Why is accountability important in the United States Army? In order to properly understand why accountability is important, it’s prominent that the regulation, AR 600-8-6, be reviewed first. Following, I will discuss what accountability means to me in addition to how practicing accountability is just as imminent. Accountability is “the^50 quality or state of being accountable; especially: an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for one 's actions”…

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    accordingly, otherwise anyone challenging the authority of a non-commissioned officer or his seniors is legally punished and reprimanded. And this is the code of the military and that all army personnel must abide by. When one has joined and has sworned in to be a member of the United States Army, he has given up the right to speak out his opinion for no matter what he thinks or believes in. He has voluntarily given up his first amendment right of the constitution, he has given up his right…

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    “FOLLOW ME.” This is the motto of the United States Army Rangers. There is a lot of merit in these two words. This leadership is shown by example, in that, leadership comes from one’s actions more than telling others what to do. Through one’s actions, others can recognize the convictions of their heart. Furthermore, people need to have the willingness, as well as, the desire to serve and lead others. When people lead with the conviction of their heart intentions become obvious and others…

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    Introduction “Army Secretary John McHugh defended the Army 's decision to open Ranger School and outlined data that showed female candidates performed just as well - and in some cases better than - their male peers” (Tan, 2015). United States Army soldiers have fought in every war for our nation since its inception. Millions of men who have placed their lives in jeopardy in domestic and foreign lands serving in front line combat units during the Revolutionary War, Civil War, two World Wars,…

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    Accountability is the lifeblood of the United States Army. It is the first step in every activity and the foundation for every unit and organization. This vital concept takes many forms, ranging from property accountability to personal accountability to personnel accountability. This paper will discuss the importance of personnel accountability in the Army, especially for Army Leaders. Personnel accountability is the duty of every Army Leader at all times. It ensures that a unit is serving at…

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    There are distinct organizational designs that fit best to the needs of U.S. Army. But, single one would not be sufficient to support its organizational structure promoting value of it. United State Army has shown its presence in several countries like Japan, Korea, Germany, Afghanistan and Iraq, etc. in this way, this army has taken advantage of geographical location. Customer based services are provided by the United States Army including preserving land, defending people of country and…

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    Every person trying to earn the title of a commissioned officer in the United States Army has a different reason, this is what makes our fighting force as powerful as it is, different types of people bringing different resources to the table. Some of the reasons are financial, adventure, or simply patriotism. My reason has a mixture of two different reasons, it is not one reason. My reasons are for the discipline aspect, my sense of patriotism and my personal experience with the military. My…

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    through time, balance of roles, and culture affects a Profession in many ways. Everyone is a servant no matter what profession they hold, from the lowest to highest person in a company. Even a king and queen offer services to their subjects. Being a Solider in the United States Army sets the professions within apart. This is possible because Soldiers are willing and able to put their lives on the line. This is just another more way Soldiers have a drive to do things not everyone is willing…

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    I believe every serving member in the military brings in a unique prospective and a unique talent that makes our military the best in the world, and in order to manage and lead that talent you ought a have an open minded leader that can listen to others and takes all opinions in considerations. Matching the above stated statement with the military guidance and military leadership regulations will results in having the best leaders in the military that will make educated decisions almost every…

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