Date of Counseling: | March 1, 2010 |
Subject: | Initial Counseling | for: | Martel | SSN: | |
Military courtesy and respect is probably second in my eyes only to appearance. I will not tolerate any disrespect from any soldier in my squad to anyone, NCO, Peer, or Subordinate. Military courtesy doesn't stop at respect, a bad attitude can destroy your morale and the soldiers serving alongside of you. Always be professional and never allow your personal feelings to get in the way of respecting other Soldiers.
Everyone has needs and I will not stand in your way if you need to see a doctor or the dentist, but if you have an appointment, let me know the time and purpose of the appointment as soon as possible. Preferably, directly after you make the appointment.
Regarding personal issues, if any personal/family issues arise please let me know as soon as you can so I can get you whatever help you need. I'm here to try and help you so please do not be afraid to approach me with any issue you may have, I cannot help a problem if I don't know the problem exists.
Integrity isn't just an Army value, it's a very important life skill as well. If there is one thing I can't stand it's a liar, work related or not. In our field theres no room for a Soldier who isn't trustworthy, would you want to fly an aircraft maintained by someone who doesn't always tell the truth, I know I wouldn't. Again, it isn't just at work, say you witness someone you know doing something illegal and don't say anything because you feel like maybe it isn't your place or business and you don't want to be called a "snitch." Don't cover up a situation your buddy has gotten into because when he/she finally goes down I can guarantee they won't go without taking you with them. That's just one example but at this point you should hopefully know what's right and what's wrong.
Work Ethic, it's fairly self-explanatory. If I give you a task I fully expect that you will do everything...