To simplify the vales, they are regarded using the acronym LDRSHIP which represents the values as; Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless, Service, Honor, Integrity and Personal Change (Army Refocuses on Seven Core Value 4).
Being an army officer is a job that one as a soldier must uphold with diligent by both men and women in the army.
The seven Code Army Values govern the soldiers in the Army.
Respect is one of the values and it is important since it ensures harmony within the Army.
This allows someone to put forth his or her best effort since the Army is a team and each member contributes to the greater goal.
Respecting your fellow soldier means protecting him in all situations, covering his backside when required and clearing the path in order for him to complete the mission.The basic values are taught in training and reinforced all through their varying training drills as well as through a soldier’s military career.This essay discusses integrity, and its relevance in military as one of the core values in the Army.According to me, integrity is of considerable importance to the success of an army officer as well as the entire army troop.Doing what is right, even when no one is keeping watch is what is known as Integrity. According to Tarcza (77), integrity is regarded as the aspect of an individual being honest as well as having strong moral principles.The feeling of remorse that is bestowed upon a soldier during the playing of the Taps is derived from nothing other than respect for each other.Although in the army most occasions end with sad events, most feel a sense of respect for the fallen soldier who pays the ultimate sacrifice for the country.The best way to maintain relationships and respect in the Army is to focus on your task and maintain communication in all situations.This way there would be mutual respect and friendships that last for a lifetime would be fostered.Disrespect is observed when the seniors in the Army (such as the NCOs) fail to do what they were tasked to do and force other (subordinate) officers to micromanage tasks.This is where seniors loose the trust of the subordinates.