Pv2 Clark's Essay

Pv2 Clark's Essay

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  • Date Submitted: 12/31/2008 8:02 AM
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PV2 Clark's Essay

In the United States Military, tardiness is unacceptable. I could write this essay and fill it with excuses as to why I was late, but the fact of the matter is that there is no excuse. The main reason for this essay is because I did not follow out proper orders and was not at the correct place of duty for Physical Training. Being at the right place at the right time is particularly important; reason being is to make certain orders are carried out and to ensure a steady rhythm. I realize that when everything is running behind and then we all have to end up staying later than we would have had to in the first place it makes the whole day very hectic and then people get irritated easily. It would make things run much smoother if everyone was on time all the time. Being late is not only important in the army, but it is vital everywhere. No matter where you work or what you do you should always be on time. A Soldier can not exceed in the United States Army if he or she is constantly late and at the wrong place. A soldier who truly wants to succeed in the military must go out of his or her way to get squared away on his or her place of duty. If a Soldier goes above and beyond in just about everything he or she does but is not on time and punctual than he or she has failed at carrying out his or her orders. There no excuse for me to be un-squared away. I want to be an excellent soldier and I want to succeed in the military, the first step I need to put into action is always making sure I am at the appropriate place of duty at the correct time. This is a simple task and will be accomplished.

This concept goes for any person in any career. If one can not carry out the most simple and most important aspect of being a soldier, he or she will be considered a "dirt bag". If you work somewhere and you are late then it isn't fair to your employer because they are paying you to be working for them but you are not even there. It is all about...

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