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PostSubject: CODE OF CONDUCT   CODE OF CONDUCT Empty24th January 2009, 11:10

On 18 July 1967, the Code of Conduct was promulgated by the then Defence Minister of Singapore, Dr Goh Keng Swee. The code had been initially researched and drafted by a Jesuit Priest named Father Terence J. Sheridan.

This code was justified for two reasons: Professional efficiency and the relation between the Armed Forces and Society. The code is necessary to spell out in explicit terms for the guidance of the armed forces to establish high standards of behaviour. It then ensures sense of dignity and purpose prevails throughout the Army.

It is a set of rules which govern the daily conduct and behaviour of a serviceman. It is a constant reminder of the Core Values of Loyalty to Country, Discipline, Professionalism and Ethics and provide the moral compass in the servicemanís daily dealings. The Six Rules of Conduct are:
  1. We always honour our Nation. We will do everything to uphold it and nothing to disgrace it.
  2. At all times, we must bear in mind that we are the protector of our citizens.
  3. We are loyal to the Armed Forces and we take pride in our unit, our uniform, our discipline, our work, our training and ourselves.
  4. We must be exemplary in our conduct. We respect others, and by our conduct and bearing win the respect of others. We are courageous but not reckless.
  5. We are devoted to duty but not to ourselves.
  6. We guard our weapons as we guard secrets.
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