the character, competence, and commitment to act accordingly. zContribute honorable service in the conduct of the mission, performance of duty, and all aspects of life. zStand Strong as stewards in maintaining the Army Profession by upholding the Army Ethic—prevent misconduct and do what is right to stop unethical practices. Figure 2-5. Our shared identity EXPECTATIONS FOR THE ARMY PROFESSION, BASED ON OUR ETHIC 2-30.The Army Ethic guides institutional and operational policy and practice in the ethical design, generation, support and application of landpower, under legitimate civilian authority, on behalf of the American people. The relationship between the Army Profession and the American people depends on trust, continuously reinforced through contribution of honorable service, military expertise, and stewardship. The commitment of the Army Profession to fulfill this duty is demonstrated with indomitable esprit de corps—winning spirit—and the ability to be always ready and resilient. 2-31.The Army Ethic and its moral principles are essential components of the Army culture of trust. Specifically, the Army Ethic informs and guides institutional and operational policy and practice supporting—zHonorable service in defense of the Constitution and the interests of the American people. zMilitary expertise to accomplish the mission in the right way (ethically, effectively, and efficiently). zStewardship of Soldiers, Army Civilians, the Army Family, other resources, and the profession. zCertification of Army professionals in character, competence, and commitment. zOur shared identity as trusted Army professionals and our bond of trust with the American people.
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