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  1. Army Values

  2. Terminal Learning Objective Action: Define the seven Army Values Conditions: During training sessions, opportune training, and under observation in the normal performance of assigned duties Standards: Define and discuss the seven Army Values and their importance to the soldier and the Army

  3. The Seven Army Values • Loyalty • Duty • Respect • Selfless Service • Honor • Integrity • Personal Courage

  4. Loyalty • Army loyalty entails the correct priority of Soldiers obligations and commitments to the Constitution, the Army, the unit, other Soldiers, family, friends, and, finally, yourselves. • Loyalty demands commitment.

  5. Duty • Army duty entails fulfilling professional, legal, and moral obligations. • Duty means accomplishing all your assigned tasks to the best of your ability. • Duty requires a willingness to accept full responsibility for the actions of one’s self, and those of one’s subordinates.

  6. Respect • Army respect means to promote dignity, consideration of others, fairness, and equal opportunity. It includes a sensitivity to and regard for the feelings and needs of others and an awareness of the effect of a person's behavior on them. • Respect also involves the idea of treating people justly.

  7. Selfless Service • Army selfless service signifies action based on proper priorities. It places service above self. The welfare of the nation andthe accomplishment of the mission come ahead of the personal safety of the individual or the unit. • Selfless service requires you to give credit where credit is due, never unjustly taking credit for something you did not do.

  8. Honor • Army honor demands adherence to a public moral code, not protection of a reputation. • Honor is a moral virtue – a state of being or a state of character that people possess by upholding the values that make up the Army's public moral code. • Honor depends upon the exemplary display of integrity, courage, loyalty, respect, selfless service, and duty.

  9. Integrity • Army integrity means possessing high personal moral standards and being honest in word and deed. • It involves the consistent adherence of action to one's personal moral beliefs. • The goal over time is for your private moral code of integrity to converge with the publicly declared code of honor for the Army.

  10. Personal Courage • Army personal courage manifests physical and moral bravery. It depicts the military virtue that enables us to face fear, danger, or adversity no matter what the situation is, whether it be physical or moral. • Personal courage is the strength to do what is right, to adhere to a higher standard of personal conduct, to lead by example, and to make tough decisions under stress and pressure.

  11. Terminal Learning Objective Action: Define the seven Army Values Conditions: During training sessions, opportune training, and under observation in the normal performance of assigned duties Standards: Define and discuss the seven Army Values and their importance to the soldier and the Army