The history of the army's polices on personal hygiene & formation's and how It reflects of today's army in meeting time requirements.
In todays army hygiene is a major factor in any soldiers daily life. Soldiers are required to shower, brush there teeth and shave every day. They are also required for the male soldiers to keep a short clean haircut. And for the females there hair must not be shoulder length and if it is it must be in a bun. The need for soldier to keep clean was set in place for two main reasons. Soldiers often shared tight quarters making it easy for sickness to spread so keeping clean helped to slow down or even prevent sickness from spreading. This conduct of hygiene helped to diminish the sickness that normally spread quickly on naval vessels. Sickness is a major factor in the soldiers readiness for any mission, duty or any
The army also wants to keep the appearance of clean, professional, and discipline looking soldier. The army is one of the most prestigious and largest organizations in America. The soldiers the army produces are well trained in many different skills and jobs. And if the soldiers looks unprofessional then the army that the soldier serves in looks less professional. So to regulate the soldiers the army has many rules, regulations and polices that the soldier are required to follow for both a look of cleanliness, professionalism and discipline. These rules,regulations, and polices are like discipline guide lines that if broken the soldier is disciplined depending on the severity of his or her action. The army also has rewards for the soldiers that can maintain and excel within the armies rules.
There are three main ways to discipline a soldier if they disobey or dismiss a rule. If the severity of the rule is minimal than the first is a verbal warning given to the soldier by ether their team leader or squad leader. The soldier is simply told what they are doing wrong and given several way to correct there faulty...