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Educating the Force on Discipline, Character, and Adaptability

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"Discipline is the soul of an army." -George Washington, Commander, Continental Army (1775-81) and President of the United States (1789-97)

Captain Haver discusses her thoughts on the U.S. Army's Leadership Requirements Model and its components, the Be-Know-Do attributes, and competencies.

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00:11
With regards to the leadership requirements model, how important is discipline as a soldier in their career, and what does it mean to our profession?

02:52
As a company commander, how critical is adaptability in leading troops?

03:58
A lot of people struggle to define and understand humility, especially in the military profession. What are your thoughts on the role of humility while leading soldiers?

05:23
How important is diversity in the future of our army?

08:01
What advice would you give to future company commanders?


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