Respect is trusting that all people have done their jobs and fulfilled their duty. And self-respect is a vital ingredient with the Army value of respect, which results from knowing you have put forth your best effort. The first is our Air Force Core Values. These are the foundation for everything we do. The Air Force Core Values are unchanging and act as anchors that keep us from drifting off course.
Please join StudyMode to read the full document. The Warrior Ethos by Steven Pressfield is a look into the culture of a warrior. He looks back on history and explains how different cultures have a code of honor and ethics when it comes to warfare. He persists that a person does not need to fight for a flag or cause in order to have a code of honor. He insists that these ideals don't only hold true to today's war-fighters, but also to people's every days personal battles at work, in our home and in our everyday comings and goings. Basically he is saying that a warrior culture uses persistent instruction to instill its value and beliefs.
Warrior Ethos My first example of when I saw someone demonstrate one of the four tenets of the Warrior Ethos was in Basic Combat Training when my drill sergeants and first sergeants spent an extra four hours on the qualifying range waiting for one last soldier to qualify. The mission for that day was to have the whole entire company qualify using an M16A2 or M4 rifle qualify. There were probably other goals attached to the mission also; such as maintaining basic discipline among all the soldiers and ensuring the safety of everyone, but that was the most important aspect of the mission.
Within it is held a set of standards and values that the Army holds itself by. Within the warrior ethos resonates four important messages. Mission first, never quit, never accept defeat, and never leave a fallen comrade. In The Warrior Ethos, Pressfield states that men are not born with the certain qualities that make a good warrior, but instead are inculcated through years of training and indoctrination, stating at an early age. He goes on to show how different societies have been able.