Alc Module 1 Sfc Sharp

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1. Clearly define the ethical problem.
a. The ethical problem in this situation is whether I should do the right thing and report the security issue that has happened in my new section.
2. Employ applicable laws and regulations.
a. First thing that I would check is my unit SOPs in handling secret materials. Then from there if I had any questions I would call my S-2 who is the subject matter experts in this situation.
3. Reflect on the ethical values and their ramifications.
a. The Army values I would take the most time in reflecting on are Integrity, Loyalty, Duty and Courage. First one being Integrity. You have to do the right thing no matter what, where, when and who it will affect. This leading to do with Courage. Reflect on yourself to see if you have the courage to report this situation no matter what the outcome is. Loyalty to my section my company and to the army as a whole is something I hold strong. This will help in my decision making process to do the right thing a lot easier. Last, but not the least of values would be Duty. Bottom line is this is your job, your life that you chose. By doing the right thing and following through with this situation is the only answer in doing your Duty. A good Leader will never take the easy wrong over the hard right.
4. Consider other applicable moral principles.
a. My moral principles are simple and the biggest one is to treat others the way you would like to be treated. I would take the time and put the shoes on the other feet. I would hope that SFC Sharp would come to me for some answers before jumping to his own conclusions. As a fellow NCO I would have the respect for SFC Sharp to do the same thing for him.
5. Commit to and implement the best ethical solution.
a. After going over several courses of actions I have decided the best one is to Get SFC Sharp involved. This will satisfy my moral principles by not…...

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