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  • Essay On Army Standards

    as the people who form this structure. Each of these people all abide by standards, which were formed to keep this Army structurally sound. Every individual is already programed with moral values, the Army just relies on soldiers to bring these standards forward. While it is important to have principles of our own, the Army has values it follows, and we must enforce and maintain the standards set forth to sustain the Army. Every person and every soldier, not just in the Army but in the whole military, has standards. When a person goes home the first thing they expect is to come home to a clean home. This is a standard set forth by the person themselves. When a person goes to their job, for example warehousing, that person is expected to complete a certain volume of freight. This is because…

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  • Army SHARP Scenarios

    The Army’s number one priority is Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP). Army senior leaders continue to emphasize the importance of the SHARP program. Army leaders demand their soldiers to internalize the intent of SHARP and those soldiers’ actions are conducive to the overall goal of the Army’s SHARP program. For this assignment, I chose to interview an Army Brigade Combat Team’s (BCT) Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC). The SARC is responsible for ensuring…

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  • Essay On Army Retirement

    I have been in the Army for 22 years. My family and I have been to ten duty stations and I have been away from my family quite a few times. My wife and children have had to adjust to each duty station each time we moved. My wife has had some good paying jobs, and established friendships with people from work and the neighborhood. My kids have also made friends with children from various duty stations. I have missed a substantial amount of time from my family such as when my oldest son…

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  • Examples Of Accountability In The Army

    Marquaze Ward 07/30/14 FTR: Failure to Report Here in the Army, we have tools in place that keep us soldier’s discipline, responsible, and a well-trained machine. Some of those include customs and courtesies; Drills and ceremonies; team building skills and etc. Another important skill set is accountability; being where you need to be at all times and responsible for your action. Accountability is what keep the Army running smoothly; shows soldiers how to be account for their personal…

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  • The Importance Of The Roman Army

    They didn’t just fight, but they did what would be considered mundane like building bridges, cleaning forests to make room for roads, and clearing dirt. They participated in military type exercises and that in turn gave them the discipline that they needed to be able to fight. The Roman Army didn’t always win, but the losses taught them what didn’t work, and then they tweaked them for the next battle. The Roman Army owed their success to both discipline and organization. The men in the Roman…

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  • Profession In The Army

    The United States Army is considered by society as one large profession identified as the Profession of Arms. Contained within the Army are numerous derivative professions. A profession is an occupation where the members (professionals) of that occupation learn and apply professional knowledge to an essential service in society. One of the Army’s sub-professions is the Adjutant General's Corps (AG) comprised of various trades of professionals. Professionals require years of training and…

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  • Army Values

    I believe that all people deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. All Soldiers should be provided with opportunities to excel; success should be the norm, not the exception. I believe in being tough, but fair. I believe that work-life balance is extremely important and that one can certainly affect the other. I expect all Soldiers to report prepared to put forth their best effort so we can work as an effective, efficient team and then leave work at work, and go home for the day. While…

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  • Army Event Research Paper

    The new Army event paper The greatest fighting force in the world has a systematic way of instructing new recruits in the so called basic training, but our armed forces has adapted so much in today’s world. From Full Metal Jacket to the new Army so much has changed on how recruits are treated. I remember my first day coming out that yellow bus March 2016, the good ole shark attack that scared most of us and tired us was enough to make us think that this was going to be the worse 4 months of our…

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  • The Importance Of Being A Soldier In The Army

    For the past decade, the Army has been involved in numerous conflicts. Most of our junior Soldiers only recognize the spectrum of war from our organization. In addition to that, most of them do not even identify themselves with what we represent as an entity and to the rich and unmatched heritage that we possess as an organization. The privilege to be a Soldier in the Army is the most ancient and honorable profession of all times. Ancient and fearless Armies such as the Romans, the Spartans, and…

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  • Human Resources Sergeant In The Army

    The Army life is one of service, not to one’s self, but to a nation and to their brothers and sisters in arms.It couldn’t be more perfectly stated, “Professional Soldiers are volunteers…bonded with comrades in a shared identity and culture of sacrifice and service” (pg. 4). This brings us right into the topic of the HR sergeant and their roles in the Army as a profession of arms. When most civilians think of the military they primarily think of the Soldiers out in the field with…

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