Promotion Ceremonies are very big deals and depending on the branch it is a right of passage. During promotion ceremonies, the ranking enlisted person in the organization (normally) reads he creed or charge to the receiving party.
You are charged with ensuring that personnel and resources under your control are effectively used.
You are charged with remaining alert to detecting adverse morale trends and initiating corrective action within your control, providing appropriate feedback to superiors.
You are charged with maintaining the highest level of communication and rapport with subordinates, remaining attuned to their needs, being ever mindful that the key is empathy, not apathy.
You are charged with actively encouraging and motivating both on and off-duty involvement in unit and base activities by leading the way.
You are charged with ensuring that people are treated fairly by all agencies and activities, both on and off base, and initiating corrective action in any instance which violates this principle.
You are charged with always wearing the uniform properly and ensuring compliance from subordinates.
You are charged with a personal responsibility to take advantage of on and off-duty educational programs which will enhance your professional development in preparation to assume increased leadership responsibilities in your quest to attain higher NCO grades.
You are charged at all times with presenting an
image of competence, integrity, and pride -- the image of a professional
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