Name (In Role play) Neveden Kaset
Steam 64 ID: 76561198055502450
Do you have any Law Enforcement Experience?
I was a SGT back in 2.0 in DOC with Greg Tranto and Max Kuroway
Should you be accepted into the US Coast Guard, what standards and values would you bring and standby here? (Min. 50 Words)
I think I would uphold the standards of the Coast Guard fine, Honest Trust and Integrity are the essences of my work life. Being Honest, Kind, and compassionate in the face of every person no matter how rude they are being to me is already my every day life at work. (I work at universal studios dealing with uber and lyft drivers all day). I bring a very chill vibe with me every where I go and can bring that culture to the coast guard upon my arrival.
Why do you believe honesty, loyalty and integrity are our founding principles?
Because if you are not an honest cop how will you serve the state, if you are not loyal and have integrity to the others around you how can they trust you in they're time of need. I believe in these things above like I have stated, as I already do it every day at work.
What do you believe makes a good Guardsman?
I believe what makes a good guardsmen is dedication to his craft, respect for his highers and a great attitude. Being able to adapt to all situations as well as be comfortable with what ever is going on is the key to your work day.
Anything else you would like to add?
Just to be honest, I almost never see any more than three coast guard around at a time, and it's shameful. You guys are just as much apart of the server as the other two branches. I just want to be another body online and be able to assist with people being able to do blood diamond and coral.
References (Not Mandatory):
Greg Tranto would vouch for me if he remembers me. We were DOC cadets back in 2.0
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