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Center Values and the United States Marine Major Strong MOI

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Learning Objective Know and comprehend Navy/Marine Corps Core Values

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Core Values What are the Marine Corps Core Values?

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Core Values "Marines are held to the most astounding models of individual lead. The Nation expects that from us. The individual and expert lead, conventionality, uprightness, and responsibility of Marines must be blameless. This is a non-debatable principle." - General Mundy HONOR, COURAGE, and COMMITMENT

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Core Values Marines carry with them when they enter the Corps their own arrangement of Core Values. Notwithstanding foundation, each Marine ought to comprehend that being a Marine involves grasping and holding fast to Marine Corps Core Values.

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Honor

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Core Values HONOR - The Marine Corps is an exceptional foundation to the military, as well as to the country and the world. As the gatekeepers of the benchmarks of magnificence for our general public , Marines must have the most elevated feeling of valor in serving the United States of America and epitomize obligation to obligation above self, including, yet not restricted to: Integrity.

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Core Values HONOR Responsibility . Genuineness . Custom .

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Courage

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Core Values COURAGE - Moral, mental, and physical quality to oppose restriction, confront risk, and continue hardship, including, yet not constrained to: Self-Discipline . Marines consider themselves in charge of their own behavior and others in charge of their activities.

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Core Values COURAGE Patriotism . Dedication to and protection of one\'s nation. The unreservedly picked, educated eagerness to bolster and protect the Constitution of the United States. Reliability . Enduring dependability to do one\'s obligation in support of the United States of America, the United States Marine Corps, one\'s summon, one\'s kindred Marines, Sailors, Soldiers, Airmen, natives, oneself, and to family. Valor . Strength and assurance in confronting threat in fight, and the every day responsibility to magnificence and trustworthiness in activities little and huge.

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Commitment

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Core Values COMMITMENT - The guarantee or promise to finish a commendable objective by commendable means which requires recognizable proof with that objective and showed activities to bolster that objective, including, yet not restricted to: Competence . Keeping up, and enhancing one\'s expertise level to bolster the group. Duty to developing toward a standard of greatness second to none. Collaboration . Singular exertion in support of other colleagues in fulfilling the group\'s main goal. Marines deal with their own. Benevolence . Marines deal with their subordinates, their families, their kindred Marines before themselves. The welfare of our nation and our Corps is more critical than our individual welfare.

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Core Values Why are the Marine Corps Core Values critical? (1) No gathering capacities well unless all individuals from the gathering "buy in" to the beliefs and objectives of the gathering. (2) A typical arrangement of qualities to which each Marine holds fast to the best of his or her capacity. (3) Every Marine is an agent of their Corps. On obligation or on freedom, each activity reflects either decidedly or contrarily on the what the American individuals and the world think about the Marine Corps.

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Gen Krulak The 31st Commandant, General Charles C. Krulak says that "the Marine Corps does two vital things for America, wins fights and makes Marines ." "The Marines Make Marines, Body-Mind-Spirit . The triangle is just solid if each of the three sides are finished. Marines are physically fit since it is our way of life to be solid . Marines are rationally fit on the grounds that our Marine culture instructs us to seek after the investigation of our calling, the calling of war. Marines are ethically fit since we have faith in and rehearse our Marine Corps Core Values ."

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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. Every INDIVIDUAL CREATES, DEVELOPS AND NURTURES THEIR OWN. THAT IS WHY EACH OF US MUST LEARN TO MAKE GOOD MORAL DECISIONS IN OUR LIVES. At the point 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. All around DEVELOPED CHARACTER IS OUR SHIELD AGAINST FEAR AND DESPAIR. ALMAR 091300Z JUL 96 FM CMC WASHINGTON DC//CMC//

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Major General John A. Lejeune 10 November 1921 Trust is not given . Nor is it effectively earned. Today the trust of the country is our legacy - a trust earned through the magnanimous valor and decided activities of eras of Marines on the inaccessible shores and cloudy front lines of our storied past. Left to us as a major aspect of our antecedent\'s legacy, it is our own to support. The stewardship of this trust is our consecrated obligation. It is an obligation we owe to the individuals who have gone before us , & a guarantee we make to the individuals who will take after. It is the managing light of our ethos. This high name of refinement & soldierly notoriety we who are Marines today have gotten from the individuals who went before us in the Corps. With it we additionally got from them the endless soul which has vivified our Corps from era and has been the recognizing sign of the Marines in each age.

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Major General John A. Lejeune 10 November 1922 Like knights of legend , Marines are not made, they are changed. They are manufactured in the heater of hardship, tempered by the obligations of shared peril, honed by the whet-stones of preparing and training, and sharpened to a fine edge by development and resourcefulness. Marines, once changed , are perpetually changed - imparted with convictions, beliefs and excellencies that have meaning further than words. Today, some of these beliefs - respect, strength, responsibility - shape the bedrock of our institutional and individual character. They are our Core Values .

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Questions?

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Gen John A. Lejeune GySgt John Basilone Gen Chesty Puller SgtMaj Dan Daly Name these celebrated Marines

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