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Values will be the Army's Code of Honor I really believe it is a good idea to place the Army's core ideals on a plastic pup tag and need us to put them on around our necks. It's an excellent reminder to us of who and what we are. But moreover it's a reminder to soldiers of what things to look for within their leaders. Probably that's what has therefore many leaders irate more than enough to create letters and articles about how exactly offensive it is if they are reminded of the Army's values. No-one ever learned values when you are given a card, tag or other things with a summary of values on it. But I fear way too many of us are receiving so wrapped up in this thought that we've lost an eye on what's important. Where perform values come from? As a young child, do my parents make a summary of what to tell me how exactly to conduct my entire life? Treat others? Deal with myself? Do they hang the list around my throat? No, they didn't. Rather, they modeled for me personally how I will live as a grown-up. See I said modeled for me personally how I will live not really would live.person change- the main topic of notice is thought as "you" That modeling by my parents and various other influential adults supplied me with my ideals, not a list hanging out my throat. The same holds true for soldiers. Soldiers don't and can not learn ideals by putting on them on a tag around their throat. They learn the values modeled by their leaders and more particularly their NCO leaders. Whether those values compliment the Army's core values, or another thing, does not matter. What counts is that the ideals modeled for soldiers will be the ideals learned by soldiers. That is clearly a sobering thought, and it must be. So maybe those little tags and cards perform serve a very important purpose as continuous reminders of what we should model for our soldiers - and today the sold...