Lance Corporal Steven M. Spencer
CLB-31 / Embark
To: Gunnery Sergeant Sandoval / # / 0491
Originator: Lance Corporal Steven M. Spencer / 1262282666 / 0431
Task: Provide an essay summarizing MCWP 6-11 Leading Marines, also answer the question of, ‘Why did the Commandant of the United States Marine Corps want every Marine to read MCWP 6-11’, with 1000-1500 words.
Method: By reading MCWP 6-11 Leading Marines, answer and write an analysis on the objectives given per instruction.
End State: All guidelines will be followed to the highest standard and while answering these questions give support on the opinionating statements.
Chapter 1: Our Ethos
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You never know how not only your destiny, but your nation’s destiny and the destiny of your peers will change on a split second decision in combat. That's why having the brotherhood bond with your peers and showing the mutual respect to your fellow brothers and sisters will help you focus on everyday lessons. Life lessons are endless.
Chapter 3: Challenges
The uncertainty of making life, perception, war and a new way of life all come into one and into harmony will form friction. The way things throughout your life add up to will either be lessons being taught to yourself or failures for others. What is continuously coming towards Marines everyday is the way of challenging. There is more than one way to challenge you, but what way is that? There will always be challenges for your morals, attitude and leadership throughout the Marine Corps. Exceeding any expectations will boost not only your moral, but the moral of your peers. Moral Courage is self-sustained, but can be turned on or off in an instant. If the standards cannot be met in tranquility then difficult decisions will become more evident not only in battle, but in peacetime or in peace. Controlling the way a battle goes mentally throughout your Marines is very important, but physical courage, the urge to keep pushing forward is what gave us every reason of why we are known today. Having both moral and physical courage are challenges to