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Surname 2 same way you would want to be treated.” The other value in is loyalty. These involve bearing true faith and allegiance to the country’s constitution, the army itself, and fellow soldiers. The army should incorporate unfailing loyalty to the command chain, the goals, and the soldiers to be an efficient and effective army. A loyal soldier appreciates the true leadership and is ready to defend the other soldiers not questioning his loyalty. Another value is putting the nation’s welfare, the army, and your subordinates before your own. Service that is selfless ensures that the army puts the country’s security before their personal needs and sacrificing in favor of the greater advantage of everyone. The group of soldiers that are always ready to sacrifice their interest in serving the country is the most powerful army anywhere. The other value is that of honor where they are required to live up to the values of the army. Honor as a virtue is something every soldier wants to receive in the course of their duties for his selfless service because it is the highest possible accomplishment. Another value is that of Integrity entailing doing what is right either morally or legally. To be complete or undivided, one has to have integrity on all fronts. An army with integrity is always truthful and can be trusted at all times (Casey 45). The last value is courage. Thus, soldiers are required to face fear, adversity, danger whether it is moral or physical. Courage requires soldiers to face what they are afraid to do by putting their personal pleasures, comforts, and friendship to defend the interest of the country and the people. Courage entails putting the safety of others ahead of yourself and being stronger than the voice f doubt that often comes during dangerous situations. These values are
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