Three Core Values Of Honor, Courage, And Commitment

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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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