Integrity Quotes (1142 quotes)
"The values of courage, integrity, & loyalty should never be compromised at any cost."
What Itís Like To Be A Submariner For The Royal Australian Navy
Defence personnel are bound by a cultural and ethical foundation where values provide both a source of strength and a source of moral courage to take action. These values reflect the loyalty and respect that bind people together, the same loyalty and respect that underpin every aspect of what our personnel do in the service of this country, and is replicated in their professional and private lives. Whilst Navy, Army and Air Force form the Australian Defence Force, each Service possesses a cultural identify borne from their respective operational environments. Consequently, each Service has discrete values aligned with their professional and operational focus. Instilled with these values, a career in Defence is not simply a vocation but a worthy profession. Defence and Service Values Defence personnel are bound by a cultural and ethical foundation where values provide both a source of strength and a source of moral courage to take action.
But how often do you see someone actually live up to them? Bear true faith and allegiance to the U. Constitution, the Army, your unit and other Soldiers. Bearing true faith and allegiance is a matter of believing in and devoting yourself to something or someone. A loyal Soldier is one who supports the leadership and stands up for fellow Soldiers. By wearing the uniform of the U. Army you are expressing your loyalty.
Be your own customer 2. Empower individuals 3. Design is not a luxury 4. Good work takes time 5. Optimize towards ideals 6. Judgement 2.
To fight and win in the maritime environment as an element of a joint or combined force. To assist in maintaining Australia's sovereignty and to contribute to the security of our region. To be a Navy with a worldwide reputation for excellence as a sea power; a well-equipped, professional team of highly motivated quality people, serving Australia with honour, supported by a nation proud of its Navy. Honour is the fundamental value on which the Navy's and each person's reputation depends. To demonstrate honour demands honesty, courage, integrity and loyalty and to consistently behave in a way that is becoming and worthwhile. Honesty is always being truthful, knowing and doing what is right for the Navy and ourselves.