28 Nov '14, 7pm

Before a Marine Officer can lead, they must know themselves and seek self improvement. Learn more:

Adopting these principles will guide your actions with your Marines and your unit, and provide direction throughout your career. The skills you learn now will stay with you long after you've finished training. The principles are also an important tool for self-evaluation. As you progress, you can use them to identify your own strengths and weaknesses, and seek self-improvement. Know yourself and seek self-improvement Use the leadership traits to evaluate your strengths and weaknesses. An accurate and clear understanding of yourself and a comprehension of group behavior will help you determine the best way to deal with any given situation. Be technically and tactically proficient Maintain a high level of competence in your Military Occupational Specialty. Your proficiency will earn the respect of your Marines.

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