Importance of Accountability
The importance of accountability, are being on time and in the right uniform. The main reason we have formations and that we are trying to keep account of personnel to know where everybody is at, at all times. I have learned in the past years that I have been in that being on time is the most important thing that you need to do. For one the accountability of personnel is major, it plays a big role in the deployment and the readiness of soldiers. I would have to say that I was wrong for not showing up at my appointed place of duty I should have gotten up and made it to the swimming pool. But in all things that have been done I have seen that accountability is the most important asset here for
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But what I have seen and recognized is that everybody is just trying to do for them it doesn’t work like that and which will lead to poor accountability. Now I know I have been late but I have also had more time to correct myself but I keep fallen short this will no longer happen. I am aware of my short comings and I will be fixing them as fast as I can but just have fallen short a little bit. In closure always make sure that you are in the right place at the right time, this will prevent anything negative from happening. The way you work is also the way soldiers will look at you if you aren’t doing anything and you are lazy people will look at you like you are a joke. All I have to say is we are a team and me slipping is wrong but should have had a battle buddy right there to pick me up and make sure that I was there on time. But I can’t blame them because it also falls on me and maintaining me and getting the adequate amount of sleep. I just want to say I am here for the long haul and I will do everything in my powers to better myself and other soldiers around me no matter what is going on. I have notice that I have a lot of soldiers that look up to me so I need to lead by example and lead them to success and not failure. I, showing up late lead them into the wrong way but I will have that in check. This is the importance of accountability.
PV2 CLAY, CHRISTOPHER S