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The Four Values Of The Honors Program
The Honors Program student embodies the virtues of independence, academic talent, intellectual curiosity, and persistence. In a brief essay, of
approximately 500 words, please tell us how your reasons for admission to the Honors Program as well as your long and short terms academic goals
speak to these four virtues. In doing so, you might consider the following questions: How do you fulfill the four values of the Honors Program? How
would your presence in the Honors Program help other students develop in these four areas? Of the four values, which one do you believe you have the
most to grow in and why?
I fulfill all the four values of the Honors Program by being humble, sincere, hard working and showing gratitude to...show more content...
My second key strength is showing gratitude to others. If someone does something for me or helps me develop a new skill. I show gratitude to them
by thanking them, and I tell them that really appreciate their help. I am there for that person when they need my help.
Furthermore, I'm intellectually curious and I'm persistent when it comes to something, which I'm interested in. For example, for my expository
writing I had to write a ten page research paper. When the time came for me to pick a topic, I decide to write about autism cause one of my cousin have
been diagnosed with autism. Likewise, I never thought what was it is to live with an autistic person. So when started to write my paper, I decide to
come up with the basic questions such as: what is autism and there a cure for it? By time I conclude my paper, I was persistent to find the answers
and I was able understand what my cousin and his family were going thougth. Whereas, in the Honors Program I will
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What Is Honor To Me
To me honor is the privilege of having the opportunity to serve in the United States Navy and to be a part of one of the strongest military forces in the
world. It is being a well–trained and disciplined sailor. One who is capable and confident in swiftly carrying out orders. It is taking responsibility
for what must be done whatever the cost. Following orders and commitment to excellence instills in me a feeling of pride and honor. Courage is the
ability to stay true to my values and beliefs and to act correspondingly. It is the ability to say and do the right thing without reservation in the face of
adversity. Courage is placing the value of the whole before the self and to always be prepared for new challenges in times of uncertainty.
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Honor Courage And Commitment In The Military
My time in the military has taught a thing or two about Honor, Courage, and Commitment. I believe it ties into the results of my VIA character
profile, and the top five that I chose really is who I am as a person, and how I always strive for every day. Ever since I decided to sign my life away
to serve my country, it definitely took a whole lot of courage or in this case "bravery" apparently one of my strong characteristics. August 2004 was
the date when I had to learn to be brave; even though my father was in the service at the time he never told me what it was all about to be in his
shoes. My father always told me "son you have to figure it out and find out for yourself", at the time I just thought it was something secret he couldn't
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Things that I really had no knowledge about, but like a robot I did as I was told. So it would be fitting that "Judgement" would be a high character
point for me. I really had to think things through before I acted upon them, or it would sometimes come back to bight me in the long run. When I
got to my first command I did not learn what "leadership" was till I actually strived to become one. For over a year and a half I was always just a
follower, doing what I was told and never really branching off or blazing my own path. I achieved many promotions since then, now I don't know
who said it first but my higher ups always preached saying "leaders lead from the front not from the back" and I agree. I learned how interact with
different types of people with many different backgrounds, so having "social intelligence" is key to being able to engage with people from different
walks of life. I had learned how people reacted to certain things I said allowing me to make changes in how I approached them with issues and or work
related
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Honor, Courage, and Commitment are three core values that has changed me to become a better citizen. First of all, I follow the Navy core
values, Honor Courage, and Commitment, outside of JROTC. Like; Being honorable, and having respect for others, treating everyone the same, no
one is different and making hard decisions through my JROTC life. As a cadet, I learn from my mistakes. I see the world differently from others.
I've noticed I always push myself to do better and I've been thinking about my life after high school, and who I want to become. JROTC is just a
small step. When I first joined JROTC, I didn't expect such a dramatic change. Oh no, I didn't. First of all, I'm going to talk about honor. It's not just
about being honest, but it can also mean respecting others and being responsible for my actions. Our world main problem is that teenagers not having
any respect for our authorities. We also don't take responsibility for our...show more content...
Honor, Respecting the ones in charge. Courage, making good decisions. Commitment, having fair treatment to all. Joining JROTC was one of the
best decisions I've made in my life. I see the world way differently than when I was younger. Honor, Courage, Commitment, three simple, yet, the
most important core values I try to follow on a daily basis. Being honorable, not only telling the truth, but also, being respectful to the authorities.
Courage, not only being brave, but making good decisions will help you become a better leader. Commitment, coming together as a T.E.A.M,
together everyone achieves more. Three things I will always remember to follow are there Navy core values, honor, courage, commitment. I am
honorable at all times, commitment to work together, and having the courage to make good decisions. I am a South Side, Navy, JROTC, Cadet and
I'm very proud on who I've became. Oh yes, I
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The Marine Corps: Honor Courage And Commitment
Cpl Ortiz, Bryar
28 Jul 2015
Honor courage and commitment
Throughout History The Marine Corps has had a very long and distinguished history of their remarkable service to the world. Marines have been known
to uphold the highest moral character with or without having their uniforms on. From that, their foundation of Honor, Courage and Commitment
becomes indisputable and very evident in every single Marine.The three Corps Values: honor, courage, commitment make up the bedrock of the
character of each individual Marine. They are the foundation of his Corps. These three values, handed down from generation to generation, have made
U.S. Marines what they are today. The U.S. Marine Corps: the most respected and revered fighting force on earth....show more content...
This is why they give us little red cards to put in our wallets, and on that card it says that Marines obey the law, lead by example, respect themselves
and others, maintain a high standards of integrity, support and defend the constitution, uphold special trust and confidence, pace faith and honor
above all else, and to honor fellow Marines, the Corps,country, and family. When it comes to being a person in general one can never add enough to
himself to better their character in the Marine Corps we are given many tools for that. The leadership traits, leadership principles you name it, if it has
anything to do with being a better person the Corps has either started it or adopted it. although you may get tired of hearing stupid little acronyms
about tying buckles there actually is truth to the matter the things set in place to better us are exactly that tools. You dont have to memorize them or
live by every single one just keep some of them in mind when making decisions you will definitely make a somewhat honest man of yourself if you
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Navy Core Values Essay
Imagine someone being out to sea for eight months, and them having their only towel or shower shoes stolen from them. As Senior Enlisted Leaders,
we should understand that a deceitful man is no different than a thief and both contradict the Navy's Core Values. Integrity and honesty are essential
characteristics of every sailor because the Navy is built on trust and comradery. This essay will examine the Navy's ultimate deceit; discuss how this one
man's actions contradicted the Navy's Core Values, and the importance of honesty and integrity within the Navy. Commander Michael Ward II was
appointed commander of the USS Pittsburgh, which was stationed in Connecticut. A week after taking command, Ward was relieved of his duties
amidst statements...show more content...
Navy sailors stand by their core values of honor, courage, and commitment. According to the Navy Ethos, integrity is understood as the foundation of a
sailor's conduct; integrity is the attribute of being honest (Merriam Webster's Dictionary). Integrity fits into two core values, which are honor and
commitment. Furthermore, sailors do not waver in their commitment to their families. Commander Ward showed no honor or ethical morals when
making the decisions he made. In addition to not showing honor, Ward showed no commitment to his wife. Commitment can be defined as a promise
to be faithful and devoted (Merriam Webster's Dictionary). The Navy Ethos discusses the importance of not wavering in the dedication towards
shipmates or family (Navy Ethos). Ward was not dedicated to his wife who he swore to protect and be faithful to, which is no different than the
country he swore to protect and be faithful to when entering the Navy. Now that I have discussed how the ultimate deceit contradicted the Navy's Core
Values; this paper will provide a recommendation of how to keep the integrity and honesty essential characteristics of every
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Courage
everyone uses courage everyday. some more courage than others. some days more than other days. to be honest i cannot think of any times that i had
to use a great deal of courage, so im going to make up a story that seems legit, okay so one time it was a while ago last spring with the flood i think.
this woman she was trying to take pictures and she fell over edge. i got scared i was like did anybody else see that? or am i the only one. so i see her
down there hanging on for dear life. i say hold on one second. im coming down to help you. so i go to the edge of the water i get undressed because i
want dry clothes and she is just sitting i just happen to have some rope with me, so i ask this guy can you hang on to this im going to swim to her i
need you to help us get back. so he said okay. i time it out so that way i can swim to her with the drift and make it out to her i make it to her, she is
panicking i get to her i grab on the the side of the bridge where she is hanging on to. i say ma'm calm down it is going to be okay i need you to calm
down just calm down. im going to get you to safety i just need you to calm down and do as i say. grab unto me im tied by a rope. grab my hand and we
will sim back hold on tight dont let go because if you do the current will take you and we wont get you back. so she grabs my hand. i say are you ready
she sais yes she is holding on so tightly that i feel like my hand is breaking. i say lets go! so we start to take off. we are swimming and
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United States Marine Corps Core Values
UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS CORE VALUES I am here today to relay upon you all, something that I have failed to abide by: the UNITED
STATES MARINE CORPS (USMC) CORE VALUES: Honor, Courage, and Commitment. I will be accurate to the best of my abilities and
knowledge and use all of my available resources. This essay will be done in a military manner and will indeed be tactful. I will follow the orders of
the format that was given to me by my Officer in Charge: Second Lieutenant Gage. It will be done correctly and on time not a day, second, or minute
late. With this essay I am confident that my peers, my Noncommissioned Officers, Staff Noncommissioned Officers, Officers, and Commanding
Officers will see it through that I know and understand...show more content...
It is unjust for us (as Marines) to do any such acts. A lot of these if not all, fall under the Uniform code of Military Justice (UCMJ) such as Articles 92,
98, 104, 107, 121–128, 131,134, and 137. I cannot name them all but in my opinion articles 78–140 in a nutshell. If you are unsure if something you
say or do will fall under any of the Articles of the UCMJ, then ask your higher up or your chain of command. Do not be that one to do an act and
then say, "Oh I didn't know", then blame your NCO's or chain of command for not informing you because you did not ask. Perfect examples of
falling into any of these categories could be something as simple as not giving your command the common courtesy to stand up and give the proper
greeting of the day when they come in, not getting a proper haircut or not informing your chain of command when something new happens. Worst
one yet: telling your command you will do something or not do it, and then go against what you said. If you are guilty of any of these actions and
someone has not corrected you, then, you need to immediately correct yourself. Do not think someone before you has not made the same mistakes
that you have! This is the reason we have briefs. Reason being is because someone has done it before already, so, there are rules and regulations in
place to prevent such actions. What they do not tell you, as well as what I personally failed to realize, was that your
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Navy Core Values And Commitment
I would like to say the first thing on this essay is that the Navy core values are: Honor, Courage, and Commitment. This essay is talking about the
honor you do for your fellow teachers. It is also talking about the advantage you have to speak for others. The main idea of this essay is to get the
chance to know the Navy core values really well. Hello, fellow teachers from SSHS! I like to take this time to tell you aa story about honor,
courage, and commitment. So, I like to take my time and talk about honor, courage, and commitment. Because one reason I'm glad that you're here
today on this Tuesday, January 16, 2018. I'm not going to be with yall long so let's get started! First off, we're going to talk about honor, because honor
is a big word. Honor is the type of word. Honor is a thing you do for a lot of people and also honor is a good thing in the navy, of course!...show more
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Well, honor is a thing to do in life. So yeah, that's all of honor. Next up, we are going to talk about courage. Because courage is a powerful word.
Courage is the best solution to all things. Courage is really the possible thing to seduced. My understand of courage is we hope and sacrifice for others.
Ladies and Gentlemen, we have the power to courage anybody. So now, commitment is the last thing I want to talk about. Because commitment is a
responsible thing. Commitment is an opportunity not just for you, but for the entire world. Commitment in the navy, is you committed yourselves to
others and help each other. Lastly, Commitment is a generation of men and women who served in the
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Honor Courage And Commitment Analysis
Honor, Courage, and Commitment are not just values I learned in boot camp. They are the guiding principles and morale's that were instilled in me
by my grandfather as a child and by my faith as an adult. Being privileged to the role of a naval officer its essential, that we not only understand these
values but that they become our way of life.
For over 200 years naval officers have been commissioned to make decisions that can risk, endanger, and even save lives, all while ensuring the safety
and security of the United States. It takes great honor to support and defend the country that serves freedom to its citizens. Having honor is living true
to oneself. It requires difficult decisions that are honest, true, and ethical both personally and
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The Navy's Core Values of Honor, Courage and Commitment are the principles that all Naval personnel must engrave into our hearts and minds. We
must encompass these values and live by them in order to succeed both personally and professionally.
Honor is the privilege to serve my country with endless pride and professionalism. The United States and my family are what I am the most proud to
call my own and it is an honor to fight for and defend both in today's world of many threats.
Courage is the ability to stand up for what I believe in, to humble down even when faced with difficulty. As a leader, courage is the ability to provide
input to superiors while making decisions without regard to personal consequence.
Commitment is embodying
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US Navy Honor, Courage, And Commitment
Honor, Courage, and Commitment are the back bone to the U.S. Navy they infuse the Navy with a living life blood an unfaultable force. Honor to
me is associated with pride not the seven deadly sins pride, but more like taking a personal ownership in all that you do so that you present your
absolute best every time. As an officer this is the standard that should be strived for and extended upon; the taking of ownership not only of tasks,
but the well being of your sailors as well. Courage to me has many forms it could be that sailor/soldier who gets a soft whisper in their ear that tells
them to enlist so they can stand on the front lines to protect others, or the kid who takes his and others fears and takes a stand against the playground
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Honor Courage And Commitment
Honor, courage, and commitment are the core values that are embedded in my foundation through twenty years of honorable service in the U.S. Navy.
Energetic, forward thinking, versatile, and being a team player are characteristics that I possess. I am a compassionate counselor that has worked with
clients' population from every social, economic, cultural, and religious backgrounds. My formal training and diverse work environments have afforded
me the opportunity to understand adolescences and their families' worldview, motivate individuals to accomplish their specific goals, and to support
students in modifying maladaptive behavioral. Over seven years of experience working with clients with variance levels of disabilities in a strategic
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Organizational Ethics and Culture Understanding the ethical "rules" within the United States Navy is a simplistic concept. Ethics are instilled in the
earliest of Sailors from the moment one stands tall to recite the oath of enlistment at the military entrance–processing center. This oath of enlistment
means that you are committed to the United States Navy and the core values that are instilled in every Sailor that has came before you for hundreds of
years. With–in the following paragraphs I will provide the characteristics of the United States Navy's ethical standards, how these standards are
reflected in the culture of every Sailor, how these standards are in tune with my own ethical standards, and also, I will discuss how these ethical...show
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I have an example of how these core values are truly with–in my believes, on February 23, 2008 while in the Newport News shipyard, I was on the
berthing barge around 0800 in the morning when I heard a splash in the water coming from the ship next to us. Unfortunately, the splash was a
shipyard worker who had fallen though a plenum "This is a hole in the ship used for the mooring line" Without hesitating I took my boots of and
jump in. not knowing the water temperature was 36 degrees. I swam 80 of the 100 yards to get to him and all a can see the entire time was this
man struggling for his life going up and down in the water trying to stay on top. Around ten yards away I look into his eyes just before he went
down for the last time. I made it to the location he was at and began to swim down to try and locate him but to no avail the water in that area was
so murky and the visibility was around two feet in front of me. Devastated that I was unable to save him and the adrenalin that was going through me
keep me from realizing that I was now in big trouble myself, the temperature of the water was now effecting my body and I started to loose all feeling
from my neck to my feet. After swimming so far and exhausting myself looking for this man, I could no longer make the swim around the aircraft
carrier to get to safety. Fifteen minutes had
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Essay on The Value of Honor
The Value of Honor There is a priceless respect that everyone in the world possesses, and that is the respect of a person's honor. A person's honor is
something that can not be bought, sold, or traded it's something that must be gained by the respect of your peers. An example of how honor is seen in
everyday life in through a persons word. A persons honor is supported by their word, and if they do not uphold their word then they are left with
nothing. To try and explain the personal trait of honor is something that can not be done in a few words, or a sentence. I feel as though honor is made
up of different combinations of personal traits depending on the individual. Some of these characteristics of honor can...show more content...
The medal of honor was first awarded during the civil war in the year 1861. Since the medal of honor's creation there has been some 3,400 medals
awarded to the different divisions of the armed forces. Until this day there has only been one woman who has received this honor for her service.
During World War II there was a black medal of honor awarded for extraordinary heroism in the face of combat. The next instance that I feel honor
plays a big role in is in the presidency of The
United States of America. This is probably the greatest honor that anyone could obtain in the United States of America. When our president is looked
upon as controlling the most powerful country in the world they are looked up to as the strength that makes us a world power. Even in situations
where a person who did not vote for the individual that becomes elected to the presidential office, there is an unspoken bond that brings all
Americans together as a whole. In such instances as this I feel as though there is more reverence, and respect for the president than there is for any
other elected official in the
United States. The honor that develops over time in a friendship is one that should never be toyed around with. A good example of this would be two
friends losing their friendship because of a woman. A friend is someone that you can trust, someone who's word means something, and a friend is
someone that you should not have to question
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Njrotc Core Values
When you think of the united states, what words come to mind. The average person would suggest words such as diversity, freedom, and
independence. However, in this sense, I am not average. When I think of the united states, I think of words honor, courage, and commitment.
When I first entered the NJROTC program, the core values of honor, courage, and commitment, where some of the first things I learned and
they've been an important part of my life ever since. Being a member of this program help me to understand that as a response to uphold these
principles in some way. The word honor means to view something with high respect or esteem. As a citizen, you should honor something or
someone who represents or serves your country every day. You show Honor, or respect for your country, when you say the pledge of allegiance in
school or hold the door open for a veteran when out in public. Before joining this program I did not have a really clear idea of what the military did.
I did not think twice when I saw someone wearing a world war or Vietnam veterans ball cap. I knew we had a military and that they wore uniforms but
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The word courage can be interpreted and acted upon In a variety of ways. The average citizen shows courage when they speak for their own beliefs
and/or the beliefs of their country, by challenging the status quo, or by joining the armed forces. You should never live in or represent a country
that you can not have pride in and stand up for. Our armed forces work hard every day to ensure that we continue to live in the free and liberated
country we know and love. There are thousands of soldiers fighting overseas, going through basic training, or being separated from their families,
fighting for their beliefs and ours too. The least we could do is be courageous enough to carry the home front, speak up for our country and our rights,
and allow no one to degrade us as a
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The Four Values Of The Honors Program

  • 1. The Four Values Of The Honors Program The Honors Program student embodies the virtues of independence, academic talent, intellectual curiosity, and persistence. In a brief essay, of approximately 500 words, please tell us how your reasons for admission to the Honors Program as well as your long and short terms academic goals speak to these four virtues. In doing so, you might consider the following questions: How do you fulfill the four values of the Honors Program? How would your presence in the Honors Program help other students develop in these four areas? Of the four values, which one do you believe you have the most to grow in and why? I fulfill all the four values of the Honors Program by being humble, sincere, hard working and showing gratitude to...show more content... My second key strength is showing gratitude to others. If someone does something for me or helps me develop a new skill. I show gratitude to them by thanking them, and I tell them that really appreciate their help. I am there for that person when they need my help. Furthermore, I'm intellectually curious and I'm persistent when it comes to something, which I'm interested in. For example, for my expository writing I had to write a ten page research paper. When the time came for me to pick a topic, I decide to write about autism cause one of my cousin have been diagnosed with autism. Likewise, I never thought what was it is to live with an autistic person. So when started to write my paper, I decide to come up with the basic questions such as: what is autism and there a cure for it? By time I conclude my paper, I was persistent to find the answers and I was able understand what my cousin and his family were going thougth. Whereas, in the Honors Program I will Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 2. What Is Honor To Me To me honor is the privilege of having the opportunity to serve in the United States Navy and to be a part of one of the strongest military forces in the world. It is being a well–trained and disciplined sailor. One who is capable and confident in swiftly carrying out orders. It is taking responsibility for what must be done whatever the cost. Following orders and commitment to excellence instills in me a feeling of pride and honor. Courage is the ability to stay true to my values and beliefs and to act correspondingly. It is the ability to say and do the right thing without reservation in the face of adversity. Courage is placing the value of the whole before the self and to always be prepared for new challenges in times of uncertainty. Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 3. Honor Courage And Commitment In The Military My time in the military has taught a thing or two about Honor, Courage, and Commitment. I believe it ties into the results of my VIA character profile, and the top five that I chose really is who I am as a person, and how I always strive for every day. Ever since I decided to sign my life away to serve my country, it definitely took a whole lot of courage or in this case "bravery" apparently one of my strong characteristics. August 2004 was the date when I had to learn to be brave; even though my father was in the service at the time he never told me what it was all about to be in his shoes. My father always told me "son you have to figure it out and find out for yourself", at the time I just thought it was something secret he couldn't tell...show more content... Things that I really had no knowledge about, but like a robot I did as I was told. So it would be fitting that "Judgement" would be a high character point for me. I really had to think things through before I acted upon them, or it would sometimes come back to bight me in the long run. When I got to my first command I did not learn what "leadership" was till I actually strived to become one. For over a year and a half I was always just a follower, doing what I was told and never really branching off or blazing my own path. I achieved many promotions since then, now I don't know who said it first but my higher ups always preached saying "leaders lead from the front not from the back" and I agree. I learned how interact with different types of people with many different backgrounds, so having "social intelligence" is key to being able to engage with people from different walks of life. I had learned how people reacted to certain things I said allowing me to make changes in how I approached them with issues and or work related Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 4. Honor, Courage, and Commitment are three core values that has changed me to become a better citizen. First of all, I follow the Navy core values, Honor Courage, and Commitment, outside of JROTC. Like; Being honorable, and having respect for others, treating everyone the same, no one is different and making hard decisions through my JROTC life. As a cadet, I learn from my mistakes. I see the world differently from others. I've noticed I always push myself to do better and I've been thinking about my life after high school, and who I want to become. JROTC is just a small step. When I first joined JROTC, I didn't expect such a dramatic change. Oh no, I didn't. First of all, I'm going to talk about honor. It's not just about being honest, but it can also mean respecting others and being responsible for my actions. Our world main problem is that teenagers not having any respect for our authorities. We also don't take responsibility for our...show more content... Honor, Respecting the ones in charge. Courage, making good decisions. Commitment, having fair treatment to all. Joining JROTC was one of the best decisions I've made in my life. I see the world way differently than when I was younger. Honor, Courage, Commitment, three simple, yet, the most important core values I try to follow on a daily basis. Being honorable, not only telling the truth, but also, being respectful to the authorities. Courage, not only being brave, but making good decisions will help you become a better leader. Commitment, coming together as a T.E.A.M, together everyone achieves more. Three things I will always remember to follow are there Navy core values, honor, courage, commitment. I am honorable at all times, commitment to work together, and having the courage to make good decisions. I am a South Side, Navy, JROTC, Cadet and I'm very proud on who I've became. Oh yes, I Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 5. The Marine Corps: Honor Courage And Commitment Cpl Ortiz, Bryar 28 Jul 2015 Honor courage and commitment Throughout History The Marine Corps has had a very long and distinguished history of their remarkable service to the world. Marines have been known to uphold the highest moral character with or without having their uniforms on. From that, their foundation of Honor, Courage and Commitment becomes indisputable and very evident in every single Marine.The three Corps Values: honor, courage, commitment make up the bedrock of the character of each individual Marine. They are the foundation of his Corps. These three values, handed down from generation to generation, have made U.S. Marines what they are today. The U.S. Marine Corps: the most respected and revered fighting force on earth....show more content... This is why they give us little red cards to put in our wallets, and on that card it says that Marines obey the law, lead by example, respect themselves and others, maintain a high standards of integrity, support and defend the constitution, uphold special trust and confidence, pace faith and honor above all else, and to honor fellow Marines, the Corps,country, and family. When it comes to being a person in general one can never add enough to himself to better their character in the Marine Corps we are given many tools for that. The leadership traits, leadership principles you name it, if it has anything to do with being a better person the Corps has either started it or adopted it. although you may get tired of hearing stupid little acronyms about tying buckles there actually is truth to the matter the things set in place to better us are exactly that tools. You dont have to memorize them or live by every single one just keep some of them in mind when making decisions you will definitely make a somewhat honest man of yourself if you Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 6. Navy Core Values Essay Imagine someone being out to sea for eight months, and them having their only towel or shower shoes stolen from them. As Senior Enlisted Leaders, we should understand that a deceitful man is no different than a thief and both contradict the Navy's Core Values. Integrity and honesty are essential characteristics of every sailor because the Navy is built on trust and comradery. This essay will examine the Navy's ultimate deceit; discuss how this one man's actions contradicted the Navy's Core Values, and the importance of honesty and integrity within the Navy. Commander Michael Ward II was appointed commander of the USS Pittsburgh, which was stationed in Connecticut. A week after taking command, Ward was relieved of his duties amidst statements...show more content... Navy sailors stand by their core values of honor, courage, and commitment. According to the Navy Ethos, integrity is understood as the foundation of a sailor's conduct; integrity is the attribute of being honest (Merriam Webster's Dictionary). Integrity fits into two core values, which are honor and commitment. Furthermore, sailors do not waver in their commitment to their families. Commander Ward showed no honor or ethical morals when making the decisions he made. In addition to not showing honor, Ward showed no commitment to his wife. Commitment can be defined as a promise to be faithful and devoted (Merriam Webster's Dictionary). The Navy Ethos discusses the importance of not wavering in the dedication towards shipmates or family (Navy Ethos). Ward was not dedicated to his wife who he swore to protect and be faithful to, which is no different than the country he swore to protect and be faithful to when entering the Navy. Now that I have discussed how the ultimate deceit contradicted the Navy's Core Values; this paper will provide a recommendation of how to keep the integrity and honesty essential characteristics of every Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 7. Courage everyone uses courage everyday. some more courage than others. some days more than other days. to be honest i cannot think of any times that i had to use a great deal of courage, so im going to make up a story that seems legit, okay so one time it was a while ago last spring with the flood i think. this woman she was trying to take pictures and she fell over edge. i got scared i was like did anybody else see that? or am i the only one. so i see her down there hanging on for dear life. i say hold on one second. im coming down to help you. so i go to the edge of the water i get undressed because i want dry clothes and she is just sitting i just happen to have some rope with me, so i ask this guy can you hang on to this im going to swim to her i need you to help us get back. so he said okay. i time it out so that way i can swim to her with the drift and make it out to her i make it to her, she is panicking i get to her i grab on the the side of the bridge where she is hanging on to. i say ma'm calm down it is going to be okay i need you to calm down just calm down. im going to get you to safety i just need you to calm down and do as i say. grab unto me im tied by a rope. grab my hand and we will sim back hold on tight dont let go because if you do the current will take you and we wont get you back. so she grabs my hand. i say are you ready she sais yes she is holding on so tightly that i feel like my hand is breaking. i say lets go! so we start to take off. we are swimming and Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 8. United States Marine Corps Core Values UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS CORE VALUES I am here today to relay upon you all, something that I have failed to abide by: the UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS (USMC) CORE VALUES: Honor, Courage, and Commitment. I will be accurate to the best of my abilities and knowledge and use all of my available resources. This essay will be done in a military manner and will indeed be tactful. I will follow the orders of the format that was given to me by my Officer in Charge: Second Lieutenant Gage. It will be done correctly and on time not a day, second, or minute late. With this essay I am confident that my peers, my Noncommissioned Officers, Staff Noncommissioned Officers, Officers, and Commanding Officers will see it through that I know and understand...show more content... It is unjust for us (as Marines) to do any such acts. A lot of these if not all, fall under the Uniform code of Military Justice (UCMJ) such as Articles 92, 98, 104, 107, 121–128, 131,134, and 137. I cannot name them all but in my opinion articles 78–140 in a nutshell. If you are unsure if something you say or do will fall under any of the Articles of the UCMJ, then ask your higher up or your chain of command. Do not be that one to do an act and then say, "Oh I didn't know", then blame your NCO's or chain of command for not informing you because you did not ask. Perfect examples of falling into any of these categories could be something as simple as not giving your command the common courtesy to stand up and give the proper greeting of the day when they come in, not getting a proper haircut or not informing your chain of command when something new happens. Worst one yet: telling your command you will do something or not do it, and then go against what you said. If you are guilty of any of these actions and someone has not corrected you, then, you need to immediately correct yourself. Do not think someone before you has not made the same mistakes that you have! This is the reason we have briefs. Reason being is because someone has done it before already, so, there are rules and regulations in place to prevent such actions. What they do not tell you, as well as what I personally failed to realize, was that your Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 9. Navy Core Values And Commitment I would like to say the first thing on this essay is that the Navy core values are: Honor, Courage, and Commitment. This essay is talking about the honor you do for your fellow teachers. It is also talking about the advantage you have to speak for others. The main idea of this essay is to get the chance to know the Navy core values really well. Hello, fellow teachers from SSHS! I like to take this time to tell you aa story about honor, courage, and commitment. So, I like to take my time and talk about honor, courage, and commitment. Because one reason I'm glad that you're here today on this Tuesday, January 16, 2018. I'm not going to be with yall long so let's get started! First off, we're going to talk about honor, because honor is a big word. Honor is the type of word. Honor is a thing you do for a lot of people and also honor is a good thing in the navy, of course!...show more content... Well, honor is a thing to do in life. So yeah, that's all of honor. Next up, we are going to talk about courage. Because courage is a powerful word. Courage is the best solution to all things. Courage is really the possible thing to seduced. My understand of courage is we hope and sacrifice for others. Ladies and Gentlemen, we have the power to courage anybody. So now, commitment is the last thing I want to talk about. Because commitment is a responsible thing. Commitment is an opportunity not just for you, but for the entire world. Commitment in the navy, is you committed yourselves to others and help each other. Lastly, Commitment is a generation of men and women who served in the Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 10. Honor Courage And Commitment Analysis Honor, Courage, and Commitment are not just values I learned in boot camp. They are the guiding principles and morale's that were instilled in me by my grandfather as a child and by my faith as an adult. Being privileged to the role of a naval officer its essential, that we not only understand these values but that they become our way of life. For over 200 years naval officers have been commissioned to make decisions that can risk, endanger, and even save lives, all while ensuring the safety and security of the United States. It takes great honor to support and defend the country that serves freedom to its citizens. Having honor is living true to oneself. It requires difficult decisions that are honest, true, and ethical both personally and Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 11. The Navy's Core Values of Honor, Courage and Commitment are the principles that all Naval personnel must engrave into our hearts and minds. We must encompass these values and live by them in order to succeed both personally and professionally. Honor is the privilege to serve my country with endless pride and professionalism. The United States and my family are what I am the most proud to call my own and it is an honor to fight for and defend both in today's world of many threats. Courage is the ability to stand up for what I believe in, to humble down even when faced with difficulty. As a leader, courage is the ability to provide input to superiors while making decisions without regard to personal consequence. Commitment is embodying Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 12. US Navy Honor, Courage, And Commitment Honor, Courage, and Commitment are the back bone to the U.S. Navy they infuse the Navy with a living life blood an unfaultable force. Honor to me is associated with pride not the seven deadly sins pride, but more like taking a personal ownership in all that you do so that you present your absolute best every time. As an officer this is the standard that should be strived for and extended upon; the taking of ownership not only of tasks, but the well being of your sailors as well. Courage to me has many forms it could be that sailor/soldier who gets a soft whisper in their ear that tells them to enlist so they can stand on the front lines to protect others, or the kid who takes his and others fears and takes a stand against the playground Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 13. Honor Courage And Commitment Honor, courage, and commitment are the core values that are embedded in my foundation through twenty years of honorable service in the U.S. Navy. Energetic, forward thinking, versatile, and being a team player are characteristics that I possess. I am a compassionate counselor that has worked with clients' population from every social, economic, cultural, and religious backgrounds. My formal training and diverse work environments have afforded me the opportunity to understand adolescences and their families' worldview, motivate individuals to accomplish their specific goals, and to support students in modifying maladaptive behavioral. Over seven years of experience working with clients with variance levels of disabilities in a strategic Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 14. Organizational Ethics and Culture Understanding the ethical "rules" within the United States Navy is a simplistic concept. Ethics are instilled in the earliest of Sailors from the moment one stands tall to recite the oath of enlistment at the military entrance–processing center. This oath of enlistment means that you are committed to the United States Navy and the core values that are instilled in every Sailor that has came before you for hundreds of years. With–in the following paragraphs I will provide the characteristics of the United States Navy's ethical standards, how these standards are reflected in the culture of every Sailor, how these standards are in tune with my own ethical standards, and also, I will discuss how these ethical...show more content... I have an example of how these core values are truly with–in my believes, on February 23, 2008 while in the Newport News shipyard, I was on the berthing barge around 0800 in the morning when I heard a splash in the water coming from the ship next to us. Unfortunately, the splash was a shipyard worker who had fallen though a plenum "This is a hole in the ship used for the mooring line" Without hesitating I took my boots of and jump in. not knowing the water temperature was 36 degrees. I swam 80 of the 100 yards to get to him and all a can see the entire time was this man struggling for his life going up and down in the water trying to stay on top. Around ten yards away I look into his eyes just before he went down for the last time. I made it to the location he was at and began to swim down to try and locate him but to no avail the water in that area was so murky and the visibility was around two feet in front of me. Devastated that I was unable to save him and the adrenalin that was going through me keep me from realizing that I was now in big trouble myself, the temperature of the water was now effecting my body and I started to loose all feeling from my neck to my feet. After swimming so far and exhausting myself looking for this man, I could no longer make the swim around the aircraft carrier to get to safety. Fifteen minutes had Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 15. Essay on The Value of Honor The Value of Honor There is a priceless respect that everyone in the world possesses, and that is the respect of a person's honor. A person's honor is something that can not be bought, sold, or traded it's something that must be gained by the respect of your peers. An example of how honor is seen in everyday life in through a persons word. A persons honor is supported by their word, and if they do not uphold their word then they are left with nothing. To try and explain the personal trait of honor is something that can not be done in a few words, or a sentence. I feel as though honor is made up of different combinations of personal traits depending on the individual. Some of these characteristics of honor can...show more content... The medal of honor was first awarded during the civil war in the year 1861. Since the medal of honor's creation there has been some 3,400 medals awarded to the different divisions of the armed forces. Until this day there has only been one woman who has received this honor for her service. During World War II there was a black medal of honor awarded for extraordinary heroism in the face of combat. The next instance that I feel honor plays a big role in is in the presidency of The United States of America. This is probably the greatest honor that anyone could obtain in the United States of America. When our president is looked upon as controlling the most powerful country in the world they are looked up to as the strength that makes us a world power. Even in situations where a person who did not vote for the individual that becomes elected to the presidential office, there is an unspoken bond that brings all Americans together as a whole. In such instances as this I feel as though there is more reverence, and respect for the president than there is for any other elected official in the United States. The honor that develops over time in a friendship is one that should never be toyed around with. A good example of this would be two friends losing their friendship because of a woman. A friend is someone that you can trust, someone who's word means something, and a friend is someone that you should not have to question Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 16. Njrotc Core Values When you think of the united states, what words come to mind. The average person would suggest words such as diversity, freedom, and independence. However, in this sense, I am not average. When I think of the united states, I think of words honor, courage, and commitment. When I first entered the NJROTC program, the core values of honor, courage, and commitment, where some of the first things I learned and they've been an important part of my life ever since. Being a member of this program help me to understand that as a response to uphold these principles in some way. The word honor means to view something with high respect or esteem. As a citizen, you should honor something or someone who represents or serves your country every day. You show Honor, or respect for your country, when you say the pledge of allegiance in school or hold the door open for a veteran when out in public. Before joining this program I did not have a really clear idea of what the military did. I did not think twice when I saw someone wearing a world war or Vietnam veterans ball cap. I knew we had a military and that they wore uniforms but that was about it. Being in the program...show more content... The word courage can be interpreted and acted upon In a variety of ways. The average citizen shows courage when they speak for their own beliefs and/or the beliefs of their country, by challenging the status quo, or by joining the armed forces. You should never live in or represent a country that you can not have pride in and stand up for. Our armed forces work hard every day to ensure that we continue to live in the free and liberated country we know and love. There are thousands of soldiers fighting overseas, going through basic training, or being separated from their families, fighting for their beliefs and ours too. The least we could do is be courageous enough to carry the home front, speak up for our country and our rights, and allow no one to degrade us as a Get more content on HelpWriting.net