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Freedom is not free. It is paid with every drop of blood, sweat, and tears of our men and women who serve or has served in the armed forces.

The Commissioned Officer Creed

I will give to the selfless performance of my duty and my mission the best that effort, thought, and dedication can provide.

To this end, I will not only seek continually to improve my knowledge and practice of my profession, but also I will exercise the authority intrusted to me by the President and the Congress with fairness, justice, patience, and restraint, respecting the dignity and human rights of others and devoting myself to the welfare of those placed under my command.

In justifying and fulfilling the trust placed in me, I will conduct my private life as well as my public service so as to be free both from impropriety and the appearance of impropriety, acting with candor and integrity to earn the unquestioning trust of my fellow soldiers--juniors, seniors, and associates--and employing my rank and position not to serve myself but to serve my country and my unit.

By practicing physical and moral courage I will endeavor to inspire these qualities in others by my example.

In all my actions I will put loyalty to the highest moral principles and the United States of America above loyalty to organizations, persons, and my personal interest.

Sacrifice for free is not duty but an honor.

Code of the Armed Forces Warrant Officer

Warrant Officers shall conscientiously strive to:

Willingly render loyal services to superiors, subordinates and peers in every organization of which they are members.

Always set an example in conduct, appearance and performance that will make others proud to know and work with them.

Reliably discharge all duties with which they are confronted whether such duties are expressed or implied.

Readily subordinate their personal interests and welfare to those of their organization and their subordinates.

Accept responsibility at every opportunity and acknowledge full accountability for their actions.

Never knowingly tolerate wrongdoing by themselves or others, whether by commission or omission, design or neglect.

Teach other people in a way that effectively expands and perpetuates the scope of their technical competence.

Obtain breadth of perspective and depth of understanding beyond the limits of their specific responsibility.

Faithfully adhere to their oath of office in all respects, upholding and defending the nation's constitution by both word and deed.

Forcefully take the initiative to stimulate constructive action in all areas requiring or inviting their attention.

Improve themselves physically and mentally, professionally and personally, to increase their own abilities and the value of their services.

Contribute their past experiences, service and knowledge to a dedicated effort for a betterment of the future.

Earn an ironclad reputation for the absolute integrity of their word.

Reflect credit and inspire confidence in themselves, the Warrant Officer Corps, the military service of the nation and the United States of America.

Sacrifice for free is not duty but an honor.

 

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