4/27/2014 Army Core Values
Being a solider in the United States Army, everyone follows the Army Core Values. The seven Army values are Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage. All of the Army core values complement one another. Without the tight bond between them all, there would be no army core values. Honor and Loyalty are complimented by respect as you can’t have honor nor loyalty without it. The most important army core value is respect. Respect is all around us all the time; you may not always notice it. From driving, grocery shopping, and even talking on the phone respect is all around us. Without respect, the other six Army Core Values wouldn’t mean anything alone. Respect is all around us in our daily lives. Without respect, even the smallest tasks would not be accomplished and life would be miserable. Respect plays a role in our everyday lives. When we go to school, there's respect. When we go to a restaurant, there's respect. When you go to your family reunion, there is respect. You may not notice it, but that's only because they are being respectful to you. If you are not respectful then you will be disrespected. So you should always be respectful to others so they will treat you the way you want to be treated. If you are respectful to others then you can get good jobs because they'll like you. The better the job is the better your life will be in the future. Jobs will get you money for your great future. So respect can do lots of things that will help us with our future. Respect is ten times easier to lose then it is to gain. Respect can be lost in an instant one word, one decision or one action can lose a person their respect. So never stop caring! Respect and Leadership go together. You can't have one without the other. Therefore, it is important to know how to gain respect and to maintain morale with good leadership skills. Respect cannot be...
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