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President of the U.S. (1961) 11 MSL 301 L10c, The Army Leader Honor Live up to all the
Army Values Moral compass for
personal conduct Put Army values
above selfpreservation Revision Date: 31 July 2012 War must be carried on
systematically, and to do it you
must have men of character
activated by principles of honor.
Commander, Continental Army
(1775-81), President of the U.S.
(1789-1797) 12 MSL 301 L10c, The Army Leader Integrity Do what is right,
legally and morally High moral
standards Honest in word and
deed Revision Date: 31 July 2012 No nation can safely trust its
martial honor to leaders who do
not maintain the universal code
which distinguishes between
those things that are right and
those things that are wrong.
GEN Douglas MacArthur
Patriot Hearts (2000) 13 MSL 301 L10c, The Army Leader Personal Courage Face fear, danger,
or adversity Physical Overcome fear of
bodily harm Moral Candor Take responsibility Revision Date: 31 July 2012 Courage is doing what you’re
afraid to do. There can be no
courage unless you’re scared.
CPT Eddie Rickenbacker
U.S. Army Air Corps, WW I
The concept of professional
courage . . . also means being
willing to tell the boss when he
SMA (1979-1983) 14 MSL 301 L10c, The Army Leader Empathy Experience something from someone
else’s point of view Identify with another’s feelings &
emotions Desire to care for and take care of
Soldiers & others Revision Date: 31 July 2012 15 MSL 301 L10c, The Army Leader Warrior Ethos I will always place
the mission first I will never accept
defeat I will never quit I will never leave a
fallen comrade Revision Date: 31 July 2012 Wars may be fought with
weapons, but they are won by
men. It is the spirit of the men
who follow and of the man who
leads that gains the victory.
GEN George S. Patton
Cavalry Journal (1933) 16 MSL 301 L10c, The Army Leader Group DiscussionThe Rusty Rifles and The Inspection How did these leaders display the Army
Leadership characteristic of Confident? What were the results of his Actions? What leader actions/skills were displayed by
this leader? What was the impact of these actions/skills? What would you have done differently using
the Army Leadership Requirements Model?
Revision Date: 31 July 2012 17 MSL 301 L10c, The Army Leader Practical Exercise- The Convoy What is your next action? What do you do about those in
custody that appear to have been
beaten? How would this be different if a
female were taken into custody? Do you have any further
Revision Date: 31 July 2012 18 MSL 301 L10c, The Army Leader Closing Summary Review Questions??? Revision Date: 31 July 2012 19...
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2012 for the course MATH 227 taught by Professor Wang during the Spring '07 term at Pierce College.
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