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Kyle.Hunter wrote:"I am an Information Warfare Officer, a proud member of the Cryptologic Community and a leading partner in the Information Dominance Corps. It is an honor to lead the finest Cryptologists in the world. I shall strive to fulfill the Code of a Naval Officer by John Paul Jones as I owe my Sailors genuine leadership that is dependable, decisive, and imbued with integrity.
Sleeper wrote:Deeds, not creeds.
OmegaMan wrote:Mostly agreed.
Kyle.Hunter wrote:With the focus, and idea, of the creed being a baseline, common vision within the IW community and our efforts as a greater team, a final, main point follows. Does this require a creed? Certainly not, at least not necessarily. We could already be, or begin, daily acting to foster this vision at a division/department level, which ties into command vision and goals, and, in turn, our community foundational principles. Action is vital. This should be preferred over this idea being picked up and pushed (forced) out without IWO community-wide buy in, as has been done with other initiatives in the past. However, would coming together to create a creed help serve future officers and organizations to create more focused mission statements and goals? Is there a place for such an initiative - either broadly at the community or as a more focused planning and execution tool at the division/department level? A creed may not be essential, but perhaps it has a place.
jitter wrote:Would this creed not help develop a community identity and a focus.
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