2000 word essay:
Why the army wants things dress right dress.
To start the essay off id like to go over the "reason" that i am writing the essay to ensure you (the reader) that i know why i am writing it. When i raised my right hand on September 14th 2012 i was swearing into the U.S Army, which was pretty much me saying that i will obey by everything they want and need me to do. I went to basic training where i was taught many things, one of which was "Dress Right Dress" which pretty much means everything is the same. I learned that the army wants everything this way so that it doesn't look like a "Gaggle Fuck" as our sergeants like to put it. This is to ensure that when we don't have individuals here because as everyone here knows by now the army doesn't work when you try by yourself, but when you work as a team., so when i got to AIT and decided to put my shower shoes into my civilian bag i made a bad choice because i know that the order of our shoe display was "Boots, Dress shoes, Running Shoes, Shower Shoes." so when i made the choice to not have shower shoes i was pretty much saying F*** You to the rules and tired doing my own thing.
Another Reason the army needs/wants things to be dress right dress is because if everyone could just do their own thing how would or could we be taught the same stuff? they could just be like "Eh i don't want to teach or do that today" yet when someone else who is supposed to be doing the same thing, they're actually doing it. PT, Grading, BCT, AIT, regular army, and even some fighting wouldn't be the same and all soldiers would be different. It's a chain effect of why the army cant have things "Different" Ceremonies would be different, fighting couldn't be the same due to the fact all soldiers wouldn't know the same techniques, discipline would be chaotic (which it already is in my opinion) the skill levels in soldiers when it came to their MOS would range so far how would you know until it came down to...
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