Joint Chiefs of Staff

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  • Marine Corps Values Essay

    Nation, our mission, and others before themselves. Of course a military career marked by fortitude and integrity takes a special type of person but many of our Marines fall short because of what has not been done for them—a fuller development of their character by our community within the framework of our profession. As military professionals charged with the defense of the Nation, it is well accepted that we are experts in the conduct of war. In that, "we must be moral individuals both of action and of intellect, skilled at getting things done, while at the same time conversant in the military art." "As a professional we must be a person of both character and competence." "Strong character and competence represent the essence of the US joint military force and its leaders." Both are the products of lifelong learning and are in our PME programs and many of our reference publications, e.g., MCRP 6-11BB, Marine Corps Values: A User’s Guide for Discussion Leaders, and MCRP 6-11D, Sustaining the Transformation. Yet, an overemphasis on competence in our daily and annual training and a lack of a robust character development has led to what I frame is a 'crisis of character' in our force today. The development of the character of our force is a daily endeavor and cannot live solely in classroom periods of instruction less we continue to fail in our responsibility to foster our profession and return quality citizens to society after their service. The Marine Corps is an awesome…

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  • Pauline Cushman's Oppression Of Women In The Military

    Women oppression has had such a big influence on women that at one point in history, they were not even allowed to help defend their country because they were seen as “weak.” They were only allowed to cater towards the men who were fighting. Eventually, women in America got tired of being treated as inferior human beings. Women’s roles in the military have changed immensely throughout history, and the transitions women have made has greatly impacted militaries everywhere. Before women were…

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  • Case Study: The Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Staff

    Hospital Medical staff bylaws 2. Purpose: The Good Samaritan Hospital medical staff bylaws was lastly revised on 2015. The main purpose of the medical staff is to provide the hospital service receive care at a level of the quality and efficiency consistent with generally accepted standards of care attainable within the hospital means and circumstances. Providing a leadership role in the hospital, organizing and supporting professional education and community health education with support…

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  • Persian Gulf Case Study

    in the Persian Gulf. Our first decision was in response to Iran smuggling automatic rifles and hand held rocket launchers in Saudi Arabia to aid Saudi rebels. The Joint Chief of Staff recommended a higher military presence. As a result, the President ordered 120 special ops to move secretly and strategically into Dhahran to counter the influx of light arms. The next decision was in response to an attack on Saudi Arabia’s North Eastern base. Despite little information on the attack, the President…

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  • Essay On The Importance Of Leadership In Health Care

    effectiveness of the organization’s performance will improve, including its ability to achieve the goals of high-quality patient care, financial sustainability, community service, and ethical behavior. Effective leadership is so important, that one of the nation’s top health care accrediting bodies, The Joint Commission, sets standards focused specifically on leadership. The Joint Commission standards for leadership address three leadership groups: The governing body, the chief executive and…

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  • Advantages Of OPPE

    (HCAHPS). All three of these systems work together to provide patients as well as the medical staff with valuable information when it comes to choosing a physician for their quality of care. First, it is important to understand…

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  • Counterdrug

    of Treasury—all involved in efforts to disrupt and dismantle the leadership and financial of major drug-trafficking organizations. By utilizing the military instrument of power for the CD program, the National Guard regularly trains, exercises, and conducts strategic engagement operations with interagency, international, and non-governmental partners relying on joint experience to build relationships and make strategic assessments on a day-to-day basis. Chief of the National Guard Bureau The…

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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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  • Operation HUSKY

    Operation HUSKY was ultimately an Allied victory that met its objectives, but its planning and execution highlighted significant deficiencies in command and control and integration of Allied forces. Senior commanders, primarily General Eisenhower and British General Alexander, failed to adequately provide their staffs and subordinate commanders with clear intent, nor did they fully exploit the combined ground, air, and naval capabilities available to them. This essay identifies the shortcomings…

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  • President's Role In Policy Making

    The president is a dominant force in forging policy making, because the framers when they were constructing the constitution gave the president under Acritical II Of the United States Constitution, the power to be Commander and Chief of the United States arms forces as well as chief diplomat. As Chief diplomat and the figure head of the nation the citizens expect the president to create laws and regulate laws in the greater beneficial of America foreign or domestic. But as important as the…

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