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Core Values : Core Values "Marines are held to the highest standards of personal conduct. The Nation expects that from us. The personal and professional conduct, decency, integrity, and accountability of Marines must be beyond reproach. This is a non-negotiable principle." - General Mundy HONOR, COURAGE, and COMMITMENT Core Values : Core Values Marines bring with them when they enter the Corps their own set of Core Values. Regardless of background, every Marine should understand that being a Marine entails embracing and adhering to Marine Corps Core Values. Slide 7: Honor Core Values : Core Values HONOR - The Marine Corps is a unique institution, not just to the military, but to the nation and the world. As the guardians of the standards of excellence for our society, Marines must possess the highest sense of gallantry in serving the United States of America and embody responsibility to duty above self, including, but not limited to: Integrity. Core Values : Core Values HONOR Responsibility. Honesty. Tradition. Courage : Courage Core Values : Core Values COURAGE - Moral, mental, and physical strength to resist opposition, face danger, and endure hardship, including, but not limited to: Self-Discipline. Marines hold themselves responsible for their own actions and others responsible for their actions. Core Values : Core Values COURAGE Patriotism. Devotion to and defense of one's country. The freely chosen, informed willingness to support and defend the Constitution of the United States. Loyalty. Steady reliability to do one's duty in service to the United States of America, the United States Marine Corps, one's command, one's fellow Marines, Sailors, Soldiers, Airmen, citizens, oneself, and to family. Valor. Boldness and determination in facing danger in battle, and the daily commitment to excellence and honesty in actions small and large. Commitment : Commitment Core Values : Core Values COMMITMENT -The promise or pledge to complete a worthy goal by worthy means which requires identification with that goal and demonstrated actions to support that goal, including, but not limited to: Competence. Maintaining, and improving one's skill level to support the team. Commitment to growing toward a standard of excellence second to none. Teamwork. Individual effort in support of other team members in accomplishing the team's mission. Marines take care of their own. Selflessness. Marines take care of their subordinates, their families, their fellow Marines before themselves. The welfare of our country and our Corps is more important than our individual welfare. Core Values : Core Values Why are the Marine Corps Core Values important? (1) No group functions well unless all members of the group "buy in" to the ideals and goals of the group. (2) A common set of values to which every Marine adheres to the best of his or her ability. (3) Every Marine is a representative of their Corps. On duty or on liberty, every action reflects either positively or negatively on the what the American people and the world think of the Marine Corps. Gen Krulak : Gen Krulak The 31st Commandant, General Charles C. Krulak says that “the Marine Corps does two important things for America, wins battles and makes Marines.” "The Marines Make Marines, Body-Mind-Spirit. The triangle is only strong if all three sides are complete. Marines are physically fit because it is our culture to be strong. Marines are mentally fit because our Marine culture tells us to pursue the study of our profession, the profession of war. Marines are morally fit because we believe in and practice our Marine Corps Core Values.” Character : Character CHARACTER IS DEVELOPED EVERYDAY IN GARRISON, ON DEPLOYMENT, ABOARD SHIP, ON DUTY OR ON LIBERTY, WHEREVER WE ARE AROUND THE WORLD. WE ARE NOT BORN WITH CHARACTER. IT IS DEVELOPED BY THE EXPERIENCES AND DECISIONS THAT GUIDE OUR LIVES. NEITHER CAN WE BORROW THE CHARACTER OR REPUTATION OF ANOTHER. EACH INDIVIDUAL CREATES, DEVELOPS AND NURTURES THEIR OWN. THAT IS WHY EACH OF US MUST LEARN TO MAKE GOOD MORAL DECISIONS IN OUR LIVES. WHEN THE RIGHT COURSE OF ACTION IS UNCLEAR, ONLY THE HABIT OF DOING THE RIGHT THING, AS PRACTICED EVERYDAY IN ALL AREAS OF OUR LIVES, CAN BE COUNTED UPON. WELL-DEVELOPED CHARACTER IS OUR SHIELD AGAINST FEAR AND DESPAIR. ALMAR 091300Z JUL 96 FM CMC WASHINGTON DC//CMC// Major General John A. Lejeune10 November 1921 : Major General John A. Lejeune10 November 1921 Trust is not given. Nor is it easily earned. Today the trust of the nation is our inheritance--a trust earned through the selfless valor and determined actions of generations of Marines on the distant shores and misty battlefields of our storied past. Left to us as part of our predecessor's legacy, it is ours to sustain. The stewardship of this trust is our sacred responsibility. It is a debt we owe to those who have gone before us, & a promise we make to those who will follow. It is the guiding light of our ethos. This high name of distinction & soldierly repute we who are Marines today have received from those who preceded us in the Corps. With it we also received from them the eternal spirit which has animated our Corps from generation and has been the distinguishing mark of the Marines in every age. Major General John A. Lejeune10 November 1922 : Major General John A. Lejeune10 November 1922 Like knights of legend, Marines are not made, they are transformed. They are forged in the furnace of hardship, tempered by the bonds of shared hazard, sharpened by the whet-stones of training and education, and honed to a fine edge by innovation and ingenuity. Marines, once transformed, are forever changed--instilled with beliefs, ideals and virtues that have meaning deeper than words. Today, some of these ideals--honor, courage, commitment--form the bedrock of our institutional and individual character. They are our Core Values. Questions? : Questions? Name these famous Marines : Name these famous Marines Gen John A. Lejeune GySgt John Basilone Gen Chesty Puller SgtMaj Dan Daly You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.