Chief Master Sergeant

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  • Mr. Gillanders: My Hero

    My grandfather , a “boot camp survivor” exclaimed that boot camp was the toughest thing to complete during the military. But, fortunately, boot camp pushed Mr. Gillanders to strive to a better ranking in the National Guard. Before the time he left the military, Mr. Gillanders earned the rank of Command Chief Master Sergeant, the ninth highest non-commissioned officer rank. Although he worked is all forces of the military, being Command Chief Master Sergeant was his favorite. Before earning this rank, my grandfather was in charge of the food facility. “The food was always alright,” he…

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  • Military Tuition Assistance Case Study

    1. The purpose of the Military Tuition Assistance Program (MTAP) is to provide financial aid to active duty service members earning college credits.1 The Tuition Assistance program is one of the most frequently cited reasons for re-enlistment among the enlisted corps.2 In recent weeks, a Department of Defense (DoD) family council has recommended expanding the MTAP to include licenses and technical certifications.3 As stated by the Sergeant Major of the Army, Dan Dailey, “one of his…

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  • The Blue Team: A Short Story

    and was quickly met with a spray of blue-white plasma. The Spartan Rabbit moved back behind the boulder and swore under her breath. With a shake of her head, she informed her team that there was trouble ahead. The rest of Blue Team was hidden in the forest about 50 meters from the female Spartan. The Master Chief was crouched behind a large bush and noted Kellys' gesture. He signaled the rest of Blue to spread out and keep their eyes peeled. John slowly moved from the cover of the bush and…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The SPARAN-II Project

    medical complications. After being abducted and sedated the SPARTAN-II candidates were taken to the colony world Reach. To marginalize their civilian lives, they had led, they were striped of the names and given numbered service tag, with family names being discarded. The Spartans endured a great deal of hardship during their first years of training. They were put thought situations that were made to pushed their abilities to their very limit and made to brake the weak. Their hard training was…

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  • Narrative Essay On Master Mgt Sherrod

    At some point in everyone’s life, someone or something stands out to them in a way that nothing else does. It could be an individual or an event that stands out to them in a positive or even a negative way. For me however, it was a person named Master Sergeant James Sherrod. I encountered MSgt Sherrod at work and he impacted me in a way that would shape my whole future and military career. I didn’t know it at the time, but he was a blessing in my life, especially when I didn’t want to believe…

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  • Army Warrant Application Essay

    I believe I am fully qualified to become an Army Warrant Officer for many reasons. The first is that I feel I have reached a rank that marks the culmination of my operational career. At this stage in the Army as a Staff Sergeant, I continually fulfill duty positions that are above and beyond my pay grade in both the garrison and deployed environments. This is best exemplified in my recent deployment with 1st Special Forces Group in support of Operation Inherent Resolve. As a Staff Sergeant, I…

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  • Case Study: Marine Corps Staff Sergeant Soto

    Staff Sergeant Soto enlisted in the Marine Corps in March, 2000 and attended recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, CA in March of 2000 as Private Soto. Private First Class (PFC) Soto attended the School of Infantry and Basic Machinegunnery at San Onfre, Camp Pendleton CA from June to August 2000. Upon Graduation PFC Soto reported to 1st Battalion, 1st Marines (1/1), Weapons Company (Wpns Co), Combined Anti-Armor Team (CAAT) Platoon (Plt) August 2000. PFC Soto was…

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  • NCO Leadership Challenges

    Leadership Challenges of Combined Joint Forces SGM George K. Ott Operation Enduring Freedom, Provincial Reconstruction Team, Farah Afghanistan, 04/30/2008 38B, Civil Affairs Team NCOIC, 451st CA Bn. CJTF-82 Bagram george.k.ott.mil@mail.mil 9 November 2015 Class 42 Abstract I was deployed in late 2006 to become a Civil Affairs soldier and lead a CA team as the NCOIC in Operation Enduring Freedom, within the first hundred days of arriving at forward operating base in Farah, Afghanistan; I was…

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  • The Importance Of Mission Command

    from many noncommissioned officers. The phrase alone lends itself to falling under the umbrella of commanders, strictly officer business, not in the wheelhouse of sergeants. Mission command is the next generation of Command and Control. Command and Control utilized trickle down leadership, propelled downward through the chain of command from the commander to the lowest level. Mission Command involves all leaders, not just the commander. Mission command has evolved from officer business to…

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  • Many Lives Many Masters Chapter Summary

    Many Lives, Many Masters by Brian Weiss M.D. is a persuasive documentation of reincarnation, the past-life, and the afterlife. This book recounts the true story of the author, Brian Weiss, and his experience with reincarnation. He is a prominent American psychiatrist who is married and has two children. He heals his young patient, Catherine, with past-life therapy. In 1966, Brian Weiss graduated Columbia University with a Phi Beta Kappa (Honors), magna cum laude (means "with great praise"). In…

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