I won't say that losing your ID card is completely out of your control, but even losing it twice can happen obviously. Things happen, we've all lost something before, hell I had lost $100 cash before. When I woke up the next day and couldn't find it, I was so pissed, but it happened and there was nothing I could do about it, just had to take it as a loss. I’m only human, and this will not be the last mistake I ever make. However, I won’t make the same mistake over and over again. I am certain that the corrective training I am doing sucks just enough if not more to make me want to ensure to maintain firm awareness of the location of my ID card at all times from now on, which I'm sure was the intention of this corrective training or essay writing. Don't get me wrong a lot of bad things have the potential to occur if my ID were to fall into the wrong hands, but for the most part it's not too big of a deal. Also what I am doing is not punishment, punishment is Uniformed Code of Military Justice, that's something totally different and effects my well being and carrer a lot more in the long run so I should be fully greatful and fully blessed that I didn’t get a uninformed code of military justice article 15. Corrective training is just that, TRAINING. Mistakes are okay, so long as people don't repeat the same ones and they learn from them. The U. S. army values soldiers that are accountable for their actions. Being accountable means being dependable-arriving to work and appointments on time, meeting deadlines, being in the right place at the right time, doing the right thing at the right time, and making sure you have your i. d. card at all times. Morning formation is the most important formation of the day. It is made to get accountability of everyone and put out any information that there needs to be dealt with. Without having accountability there is no knowing of where everybody is or what's going on. I have realized that is an important asset always showing up on time at the right place of duty. Not only does accountability matter in formation it is also imperative to have accountability of all your weapons and sensitive items like my i. d card. Accountability can be defined as being responsible to someone else, or being responsible for something. The enlisted soldier is responsible for all items issued to issued to them weather it be a weapon, NVG's, clothes, a vehicle, or some TA-50, a feild manual, medication, etc, and most importantly a military I. d card. The NCO's responsibility is to make sure that the soldier is accountable for the items and has eyes on hese items when need, so that he can report it to his higher command. When you lose you id card, there are so many things that you can do and there are so many ways that you will get in trouble, if you lose your id card on accident you must notife you chain of command and then so with your first sgt and go to deers and replace it. Then if your id card get stolen you have to involve the military police, you have to call them then report it stolen then you have to call your chain of command and tell them it was stolen then you have to go with them to get a new id card.
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