Creating a favourable
impression in carriage, appearance and personal conduct at all times.
The mental quality that
recognizes fear of danger or criticism, but enables a man to proceed in
the face of it with calmness and firmness.
Ability to make decisions
promptly and to announce them in clear, forceful manner.
The certainty of proper
performance of duty.
The mental and physical
stamina measured by the ability to withstand pain, fatigue, stress and
The display of sincere
interest and exuberance in the performance of duty.
Taking action in the
absence of orders.
Uprightness of character
and soundness of moral principles; includes the qualities of truthfulness
The ability to weigh
facts and possible solutions on which to base sound decisions.
Giving reward and punishment
according to merits of the case in question. The ability to administer
a system of rewards and punishments impartially and consistently.
Understanding of a science
or an art. The range of one's information, including professional knowledge
and an understanding of your cadets.
The ability to deal with
others without creating offense.
Avoidance of providing
for one's own comfort and personal advancement at the expense of others.
The quality of faithfulness
to country, the Corps, to one's seniors, subordinates and peers.