Military bearing exists when this individual is proud of their military service.
When you exhibit military bearing you are showing lower enlisted soldiers how to act and giving them an example to follow.
With such courage, the man when facing danger obeys the voice of command rather than the dictates of his own will.
Every soldier is forced through discipline and pride to a noticeable display of courage, and for the enlisted man and the subordinate officer, this courage will be adequate if it carries him through the proper performance of the duty with which he is charged.
Army regulations and soldiers on our own creed illustrate how a military service member should conduct themselves on a daily basis, on and off duty.
Loyalty, duty, respect, commitment, honor, punctuality, reliable, integrity, and personal courage are Army core values.
His responsibility ends with proper obedience to orders.
A proper observance of the restraints of discipline is always together from the military habit and, again, it is the manner in which the requirements of discipline are observed that distinguishes the trained soldier.
Extra military instruction is the corrective actions taken against a service member who has not performed military bearing to the best of one’s ability.
Discipline is the glue that holds a combat team together.