ethics - There are many ethical problems that come up every...

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There are many ethical problems that come up every day during your career in the US Army. The ethical problem in this situation is you are replacing someone that has been great to you since you have arrive and he has been great to his Soldiers but you have found some papers from a Security Book that is marked as "Secret" down on the side of his desk. You have taken them to the NCO that would know what to do better than you and he told you as far as he is concerned they were destroyed two weeks ago. The second thing that I would do now that I know what the issue is find out what I can do to try to resolve this issue. I would start by looking to see if there are any local procedures set in place by the Company Commander and up all the way to the Brigade Commander to find out what the reporting procedures are for reporting “Secret” documents that were found and not destroyed. I would then go to my First Sergeant and Company Commander and let them know what the issue is and see what they feel needs to be done to resolve this issue. There are seven core Army values. I don't believe that all seven apply to this situation, but I will reflect on the ones that I think are relevant. The first Army value is "Loyalty". Is reporting SGT Day for his decision to cover up this discovery showing disloyalty to my unit? The second Army value is "Duty". I am to fulfill my
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