Arms. According to the Army White Paper, the Profession of Arms is a vocation
comprised of experts certified in the ethical application of land combat power, serving
under civilian authority. (The Profession of Arms, 2010) The Army is an American
Profession of Arms. Within the Army there is multiple branches. The Adjutant General
(AG) branch is a branch in which a Human Resource Sergeant would fall under.
The Army Writer lists the duties of a Human Resource Sergeant include, but are
not limited to, providing administrative support to staff, maintain soldier’s personnel
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he does not know the answer to the soldiers’ question, he knows how and where to find
the correct answer. Without expertise a Human Resource Sergeant is ineffective, thus
failing his soldier and the United States Army. His moral-ethical expertise comes into
play when a soldier comes to him with an issue concerning things such as the Equal
Opportunity (EO) and Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and prevention situations
and he is able to apply his expert knowledge in how to handle the situation in a moral
and ethical professional manner.
Trust is something that a Human Resource Sergeant gains from the soldiers in
his unit. A Human Resource Sergeant is privy to a lot of classified or secret information.
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Therefore, he stays knowledgeable on information pertaining to Human
Resource in the Army. In doing so he goes to schools offered by the Army to expand his
knowledge base. He also takes it upon himself to take extra distance learning courses
and research the latest regulation. He assists assisting his soldiers in the development
of their careers and professions.
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He holds value in high regard. He is passionate about his role in the Profession
of Arms. A Human Resource Sergeant encompasses every one of the seven Army
values. Loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, integrity, and personal courage. His
service is like no other. A Human Resource Sergeant cares about each and every
soldier. He always gives over and beyond the expectation. He balances many hats that
are given to him, even when the hat does not necessarily fit in his scope of expertise.
Because, the Army culture paints a picture that the Human Resource Sergeant is not
important, there is a basic underlying assumption that he just sits behind a desk all day,
this is in fact not true. He plays one of the most important roles in the Profession of