According to AFI 36-2618, The Enlisted Force Structure, what are some supervisory responsibilities in maintaining discipline?
NCO's carry out orders of those appointed over them by virtue of the authority vested in their rank. This is done by effectively employing personnel, material, equipment, and other resourced under their cotrol. They represent the Air Force NCO Corps to all whom they come in contact. Personal integrity, loyalty, leadership, dedication, and devotion to duty must remain above reproach. As an Air Force leader, manager, and supervisior, the NCO must uphold Air Force policies, traditions, and standards. The NCO should, by word and example, epitomize the Air Force policies, traditions, and standards. The NCO should, by word and example, epitomize the Air Force as a profession and a way of life foe the military and civilian communities. Observe, counsel, and correct individuals on both on and off duty behavior, job performance, professional relationships, and personal appearance.