Justice: Giving reward and punishment according to the merits of the case in question. The ability to administer a system of rewards and punishments impartially and consistently.
Judgement: The ability to weigh facts and possible courses of action in order to make sound decisions.
Dependabililty: The certainty of proper performance of duty.
Integrity: Uprightness of character and soundness of moral principles. The quality of truthfulness and honesty.
Decisiveness: Ability to make decisions promptly and to announce them in a clear, forceful manner.
Tact: The ability to deal with others in a manner that will maintain good relations and avoid offense. More simply stated, tact is the ability to say and do the right thing at the right time.
Initiative: Taking action in the absence of orders.
Endurance: The mental and physical stamina measured by the ability to withstand pain, fatigue, stress, and hardship.
Bearing: Creating a favorable impression in carriage, appearance, and personal conduct at all times.
Unselfishness: Avoidance of providing for one’s own comfort and personal advancement at the expense of others.
Courage: Courage is a mental quality that recognizes fear of danger or criticism, but enables a Marine to proceed in the face of danger with calmness and firmness.
Knowledge: Understanding of a science or an art. The range of one’s information, including professional knowledge and understanding of your Marines.
Loyalty: The quality of faithfulness to country, Corps, unit, seniors, subordinates and peers.
Enthusiasm: Motivation is Contagious