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What reg covers duties, authority, & responsibilities of the NCO?

FM 7-22.7

Three pillars of the leader development process

institutional training, operational assignments, and self-development

Difference between duty, responsibility and authority

Duty- must do by virtue of position that is legal and moral

Responsibility- being accountable for what you do or fail to do

Authority- it is the legitimate power of leaders to direct soldiers or to take action within the scope of their position

Two categories of responsibility

Command and individual


Pre-combat checks (PCCs)/ Pre-combat inspections (PCIs)

What is a leaders book

Up to date, easy to reference info on soldiers, training status, maintenance status, and equipment accountability

Army values are interdependent meaning

They support each other, can’t follow one while ignoring another

When did army formally add women to ranks


What does self development include

Both structured and self motivated development tasks

What are Implied duties

Duties that aren’t written in the instructions, they improve the quality of the job and keep unit functions at optimal level... common sense

5 Ps of perforate and planning

Prior planning prevents poor performance

First SGM

William O Wooldridge in 1966

Troop leading procedures

1.Receive the mission,

2.issue an warning

3.make a tentative plan

4.initiate movement


6. Complete the plan

7. Issue the complete order

8. supervise

Specified duty

Those related to jobs and positions, such as general orders, army regs

Directed duties

Not specified as part of job position, given orally or written such as cq, staff duty, training NCO

Implies duties

Duties that improve the quality of the job and help keep the unit functioning at an optimum level... individual initiative

Two types of authority

Command and general military authority

Command authority

Authority that leaders have over soldiers by virtue of rank or position

General military authority

Authority extending to all soldiers to take action and act in the absence of the unit leader or other designed authority

4 parts of AAR

Supposed to happen

Did happen

Sustains and improves

How the task should be done differently next time

3 pillars of leader Development

Institutional, organizational, self

Who standardized the duties and responsibilities of the nco corps

Friedrich von Steuben 1778

What three countries were blended to develop our NCO corps

British, French, Prussian

8 step training model


2.Train the Trainers

3. Recon the site

4. Issue order



7.Evaluate the training