Free Essays on Consequences Of Doing The Wrong Thing In The Army

  1. Importance of Filing a Mileage Pass

    gave myself undeserved authority and took it upon myself to go home to Las Vegas, Nevada completely ignoring the fact that there were possible consequences of the ignorant and foolish decision that could have easily been handled had I been responsible enough to make a single phone call or send a simple...

  2. The Importance of Accountability in the Army

    right time and doing the right thing at the right time. It is also to see if everyone showed up to work or where they are supposed to be. Accountability is not only for keeping track of other people it can also be for keeping track of money, gear, legal documents, and many other things. The reason you...

  3. Army Core Values

    ARMY CORE VALUES LDRSHIP is the acronym which stands for: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity and Personal Courage LOYALTY: Bear true faith and allegiance to the US Constitution, the Army, your unit, and other soldiers. Be loyal to the nation and its heritage. Loyalty is a two-way...

  4. Importance of Accountability

    so each and every personal is all on the same page. Also so our organization runs smooth. Communication is the heart of what makes the United States Army what it is today. Without communication vital information would not be passed down from the Chief of Command to a chain of Non Commissioned Officers...

  5. The Thing That End

    be secure and accountability maintained for them. Some of these reasons include the potential to pose a threat to mission success if fallen into the wrong hands, the ability to complete the mission if not maintained by the troops themselves, the security of those around you if not maintained, and the ease...

  6. The Importance of Sending Text Messages to My First Line

    been let go from my duties to take a driver’s test. I completely ignored this order and went along doing my own thing. It is extremely important to obey my first line, because if I do not, the consequences will be bad. Also, by not obeying my first line, I violated Article 92 of the UCMJ, which could...

  7. Drivers Safety

    DRIVERS SAFETY, TRAFFIC LAWS & CONSEQUENCES TO BREAKING THEM Behind every driver there are rules and regulations that have been applied. There are many aspects to driving such as safety, traffic laws and the consequences to breaking them. Being a soldier in the Army makes you responsible for following...

  8. Thomas Hardy

    stories I have chosen are Tony Kytes, History of the Hardcomes and The Melancholy Hussar Of The German Legion, and all three of these stories have one thing in common that they are set in the nineteenth century and there is many examples. Such as in History of The Hardcomes the cousins and their partners...

  9. Big Business and the internet

    manager, in my company, can these attitudes lead to damaging your company’s competitive advantage. Bergmann explains “plagiarism involves two kinds of wrongs. Using another person’s ideas information, or expressions without acknowledging that person’s work constitutes intellectual theft. Passing off another...

  10. Nature of Violence

    death for being blamed for the enclosing German army on his company of British troops. In both instances the mobs are enraged and scared by their current position and begin to take out their anger on innocent by standers that in reality did nothing wrong. From this is can be seen that between these two...

  11. courts

    Introduction Julie Schenecker, a 53 year old woman, retired Army Russian Linguist and Interrogator, married to Army Col. Parker Schenecker was arrested January 27, 2011 for shooting and killing her two children, Beau,13, and Calyx, 16 in Tampa...

  12. Responsibility essay

    Responsibility First of all, responsibility is the realization of the importance of your duties whether they lie in doing your share of housework at home or managing a group of employees. It is understandable that by your deeds you contribute to some common cause and that other people rely on you. If...

  13. How Does Wifred Owen Evoke Sympathy from the Readers in the Poem Disabled

    lost. It is revealed that the character’s apparent reason to join the army was “to please the giddy jilts”. This reflects the character’s reckless choice to join the army, how he went on without stopping and thinking about the consequences. This is possibly the result of being inebriated, as the word “giddy”...

  14. Army Essay

    your soldiers are at all times night and day because in the military things can happen at any time and if you didn’t know where they was you wouldn’t know of their wellbeing or even how to find out if they was alive or dead .The sad thing is people commit suicide all the time and if that happened to one...

  15. Essay

    military. It only brings personal responsibility but it also shows organization of a unit. There are many reasons why being on time is important. The US Army depends solely on its soldiers, enlisted. Warrant officers, and commissioned officers alike. The military would not be anything without the soldiers...

  16. Importance of Accountabilty in the Military

    how they could eventually affect our futures. In the Army it is extremely important to be accountable for one’s self and their soldiers. From the purposes of a squad leader it is always important to know where and what your soldiers are doing. Prime case is if you notice that your soldier is not at...

  17. Integrity and Responsibility: Two Serious Things to Have in the Army

    Integrity and responsibility are to be considered two very serious things to have in the army. While integrity is one of the seven army values, responsibility is also looked on heavily being in the army. Integrity is defined as to be honest or truthful. I failed to have integrity while not being honest...

  18. Accountiablity

    important while deployed mainly. Loosing accountability of any soldier during war time is unacceptable. As i also know it is in a garrison environment. Things happen and we all know this all to well. But when it becomes constant and re accuring then we have a known or suspected problem. It could be a lot...

  19. Displine

    an act of training someone to obey rules. Once these rules have been disobeyed then the meaning of discipline would be to punish someone in the consequences of their actions.  An example of discipline, during an induction to a job at the Police Service, a new employee will either be verbally informed...

  20. Ethical Theories

    promotes the best consequences (Brown, 2001). These are all similar in that they rely on virtues of the people who are making decisions. Although these three theories do have similarities, they are also very different from one another. Virtue theory depends on a person doing right from wrong no matter...

  21. Ethical Desicion Making

    US ARMY COMMAND AND GENERAL STAFF COLLEGE Intermediate Level Education (ILE) Common Core L100: Leadership – Forging Success in Uncertain Times L103: Ethical Decision Making Reading L103RA A Pragmatic Ethical Decision Making Model For The Army: The Ethical Triangle Dr. Jack D. Kem In May...

  22. Hamlet

    John Doe Professor Hamlet afpi “Revenge is wrong, yet Hamlet is wrong not to revenge.” -Andrew Folley In Shakespear’s Hamlet, a theme of revenge is shown throughout the play in which each character seeks out differently. The two polar opposites being Prince Hamlet and Prince Fortinbras are often...

  23. Gaddafi of Libya: Do Wrong Things to Get Power and Wealth

    in a number of ways. It shows how they do the wrong things to get power and wealth, how they both hide away to avoid the consequences from what they caused and how their rulings came to an end. Both Macbeth and Muammar Gadhafi both did the wrong things to gain power and wealth. They both killed innocent...

  24. How To Structure Your Literature Essay

    finds it difficult to comprehend. A02 When we first meet Macbeth he is described as ‘noble’ having fought on the battlefield and defeated the Norwegian army. King Duncan is very pleased with him, describing him as ‘…valiant cousin, worthy gentleman.’ In structuring the play so that we see Macbeth is a brave...

  25. Proffecionalism

    Military Professionalism Professionals in the United States Army stand apart from others engaged in particular careers in the civilian world.While many vocations contain some of the characteristics of professional, a lot of careers do not include all of the elements necessary to distinguish...

  26. Wrong Place Time and Uniform

    Why it is important to be on time in the United Sates Army? I could write a bunch of excuses on why I was late but the fact of the matter is, there is no excuse. In life and especially in the Army you have to understand that there are consequences for every action that you take, and no matter if there...

  27. Army. Having the Right Attitude

    in in being at the right place at the right time with the right attitude, and also in the right uniform. It represents the army and what we stand for. In the united States Army paying attention to detail and following your chain of command is important part in the mission. Failure to do so can affect...

  28. Acountability by Hammond

    importance of accountability and how it relates to the army values. The Webster definition of accountability is an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for ones actions. The main thought for accountability in the army is formations. According to the definition writing this...

  29. The Importance of Being on Time

    write a bunch of excuses on why I was late but the fact of the matter is, there is no excuse. In life and especially in the Army you have to understand that there are consequences for every action that you take, and no matter if there is an excuse you always have to remember that there are no excuses in...

  30. Discipline 1

    soldier's conduct so the two concepts are directly related and of equal importance. Discipline is important in life as well as in the Army. The core values of the British Army are: courage, discipline, respect for others, integrity, loyalty and selfless commitment. While all these values should be followed...