The Importance Of Punctuality Pfc Chavis Tf Mustang

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THE IMPORTANCE OF PUNCTUALITY PFC CHAVIS TF MUSTANG Abstract: This paper’s intention is to [Grab your reader’s attention with a great quote from the document or use this space to emphasize a key point. To place this text box anywhere on the page, just drag it.] identify the beliefs and meaning of punctuality. To point out the reason why it is important, and why it should be shown in the future. This paper will be used as a reminder of why we all need to be punctual. We, the military, enforce punctuality as a part of discipline and other values carried throughout the military. This paper also outlines why our military uses such strict rules and regulations, in order to keep a great military and not a chaotic group of people who fight wars.…show more content…
Perception is the key to success, and now that I haven’t shown that I am punctual, I know that my reputation, especially among this deployment, has suffered. Punctuality is a necessary habit in all public affairs of a civilized society. Without it, nothing could ever be brought to a conclusion; everything would be in a state of chaos. Only in a sparsely populated rural community could it ever be possible to disregard it and even in ordinary living, there might even be some tolerance in the act of arriving a small bit late, but not in the military. The fundamentals of a prescribed time of arrival, and in some cases departure, breaks down to the fact that it is a lawful military order, not a simple request or wish. It is essential to the maintenance of proper military discipline and order to make sure that every order, no matter how futile and insignificant it may seem at the time, is followed through with, and executed with the utmost attention to detail and without hesitation. When this act is repeated day in and day out it builds the most important strength of any team…trust. When you can trust that everyone is going to be where they were told to be and when they were told to be there and doing what they were told to be doing then minimal supervision will be needed and that time can be used to do something much more important. Trust is essential in any military
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