Importance of Not Being Late Essay

1529 Words Aug 1st, 2011 7 Pages
Importance of not being late.
In the following paper I will be discussing what series of actions brought me to write this paper, the army regulations surrounding said actions, the possible effects these actions might have on the accomplishment of the mission, the possible affects on your career, and how to discourage and possibly stop such things from ever happening soon or ever again. The reason I am being subject to this time consuming, uninspired, and rather lackluster writing assignment is because I failed to be at the correct place of duty at the time appointed to me by my superiors. The day before we had a relatively late work call and I adjustment my alarm clock to reflect the change and give myself ample time to get myself ready
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If you are charged and found guilty under these articles you can be facing a multitude of outcomes none of which one would strife for. The commanding officer could be as lenient as letting you go with a stern yet fair warning and talking, you may find yourself picking up trash after work and during the weekends for anything between the parameters of seven to forty five days of extra duty. You may also suffer from the economical side of the house because they may decide to go ahead and cut your monthly pay in half for two whole months back to back. Last of the outcomes named here but the one that I personally believe to be the worst is the loss of rank. The can take one or all of the them depending on the severity of the cause being presented to the commanding officer. Rank is the thing that takes the most time to achieve the first time around coming up the ranks, to lose it after you have it makes it harder for you to be seeing as a professional and a soldier that is worth pushing forward to achieve to the next step in his career. Next we will discuss in this paper the impact such actions can have getting the mission finished, moral and appearance of the company or organization, and the direct impact it can have on the people you work closely with. In our job
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