Name (In Roleplay): Bailey Jumper
Steam 64 ID: 76561198117228304
Do you possess any real life Law Enforcement Experience? No
Should you be accepted into the US Coast Guard, what standards and values would you bring and standby here? (Min. 50 Words)
Well I served a long time in the KSP, even serving in the AFP before that. I had great experiences in both Police Departments and liked how they ran things. Recently however, I found the KSP have lost their touch and have been too strict on some things and too lenient on others. I feel as though Coast Guard would be a great alternative to the KSP with a great command structure and good leadership. I feel as though it would be a great experience to be in a very strict department and would be a great opportunity for me to grow my tactical and roleplay skills. I would make sure to always communicate with my fellow guardsmen as well as my superiors while maintaining high standards of roleplay and communication. One major value I would bring would be Respect. I would make sure to respect all people around me, including people above and below me while maintaining a strict nature and discipling appropriately.
Why do you believe honesty, loyalty and integrity are our founding principles?
Honestly is extremely important. Honesty is needed for anything to survive because without it, there is no way to improve and can lead to disaster. If someone is dishonest about doing something wrong, it can lead to that problem escalating while also not allowing for the person to learn from their mistakes. Loyalty is also very important. You want people who are loyal to be in your department otherwise you will never know where there loyalty lies meaning that they wont perform to the best of their abilities and may stab you in the back at any given moment. Integrity is the final and I would say, the most important. Integrity can be described as one being honest with not only the people around them, but with themselves. If someone is honest with themselves, they can improve beyond measure. If you can be honest with yourself and understand what you've done wrong it means you can improve on your mistakes and become a better person because of it.
What do you believe makes a good Guardsman?
There are many things that make a good Guardsman. The 3 founding principles are the main things that make a good Guardsman. As detailed above, these 3 principles are extremely important in many lines of work, not only in the Coast Guard. Other than those 3 principles, communication is extremely important. To be able to communicate effectively with one another is important. To communicate effectively and efficiently, one must make sure to be clear and consise, relaying all of the necessary information and not dragging along the conversation. Skill is obviously an important part. A guardsman needs to be well trained and well-versed in a variety of different scenarios to make them effective in combat.
Anything else you would like to add?
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By signing below, you swear to uphold the law and constitution, to be loyal to your fellow Guardaman, to endeavour to be proactive and relentless in seeking peace and justice, to always be honest, to always be loyal, and to show respect where respect is due.