"It is this commitment that causes units and Soldiers to risk everything to succeed and to bring everyone back," he said.
These punitive articles cover a range of issues and in general require members of the military to be respectful to their superiors, obey their lawful orders, not show contempt to them, not assault them, and not plot to undermine their military authority.
While the cumulative effect of these articles is to reinforce the rule of law and authority of superiors, they do not require personal loyalty to superiors as individuals.
Nowadays the military of the country is the face of its independence, patriotism, national security and power.
Army, especially its triviality, courageous soldiers and wise commanders, is widely glorified in our culture, history and mass media.
He also said that the same way a man's "best friend" will stay with him its whole life, some people also behave similarly in regard to their family, friends, jobs, religion, or country.
"You act, behave or believe about something or someone in a way that is not faltering." For ATEC Command Sgt. Allen Fritzsching loyalty to your fellow Soldiers is critical for generating confidence and trust, and that loyalty to one's leaders and fellow Soldiers is a unit's most vital resource.
The Army defines loyalty as "bearing true faith and allegiance to the U. Constitution, the Army, your unit, and other Soldiers." This definition is very similar to the one shared by Cleon Raynor, ATEC operations division chief and a retired Army lieutenant colonel.
"Loyalty means commitment to a cause, a purpose or a person.
"Many people in the military demonstrate loyalty by retiring in it.
A husband and wife together for 50 years demonstrate their loyalty to one another," said Keck.