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Apply the Ethical Decision Making Method at Small Unit Level 158-C-1230 Conditions: As a leader faced with a situation which requires you to make an ethical decision. Standards: Resolved the situation ethically by appropriately applying the Ethical Decision Making Method FM-1 Performance Steps: 1. Clearly define the ethical problem. The ethical problem is that I will have to decide to be honest and report what happen or to be dishonest and not say anything. 2. Employ applicable laws and regulations. I will have to check all applicable laws and regulations on the army regulations, the local laws, and policies, and then choose a course of action to apply this to SFC Sharp case. 3. Reflect on the ethical values and their ramifications. I will have to apply the army values and my personal values to the situation, that way I can make a fair decision that will not affect or violate my personal sense of integrity. 4. Consider other applicable moral principles. In this case you will have to consider at what level this problem should be solve, also I would ask SFC Sharp his version of the story to know what actions to take, I will not say he is guilty until prove it. 5. Commit to and implement the best ethical solution. In this step I will…...

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