Courage, Commitment, Comradeship, Integrity.

Courage includes both physical and moral courage: those with physical courage overcome their fear in the face of danger; while those with moral courage make difficult decisions and have the conviction to stand by their principles in the face of adversity.

Commitment is displayed when personnel work together as one team in serving the interests of all New Zealanders, putting others before self when necessary.

Comradeship is the basis of all Army teams. It means looking after each other, understanding that more can be achieved by working as a team than as individuals.

Integrity requires honesty, sincerity, reliability and consistency.

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This page was last amended on 16 October 2018