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What is the important of Army values to the strategic leader?  
Army values are so important to the strategic leader because they represent the ideals and principles everyone in and associated with the Army stand for and all Soldiers and Department of the Army (DA) civilians take an oath to abide by them. According to the Field Manual 22-100 on Army Leadership, “These values tell you what you need to be, every day, in every action you take. Army values form the very identity of the Army, the solid rock upon which everything else stands, especially in combat. They are the glue that binds together the members of a noble profession. As a result, the whole is much greater than the sum of its parts. Army values are nonnegotiable: they apply to everyone and in every situation throughout the Army.” Strategic Army leaders need to demonstrate values-based leadership at all times.
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