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    Garner and I arrived at the 66th Military Intelligence Brigade around the same time and were both assigned to Alpha Company (A Co), 2nd Military Intelligence Batallion (MI BN), he as the Headquarters Platoon Sergeant, and I as the Orderly Room Non-commissioned officer in charge (NCOIC). This paper will explore the Legacy of SFC Garner and how his leadership style impacted the Organization as a whole and what residual effects it had on the Soldiers and NCOs of the 2nd MI BN. It will break down…

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    July to August 2001. LCpl Soto then deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) August 2001. December 2001 LCpl Soto was promoted to Corporal (Cpl). August 2002 Cpl Soto was assigned as the Company administration and training non-commissioned officer (NCO) for Wpns Co. Cpl Soto deployed in support of Iraq Freedom (OIF)/Operation Sweeney in October 2003, and was promoted to the rank of Sergeant October 2003. Sergeant (Sgt) Soto returned from that deployment as advanced party and…

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    Soldier Transition Essay

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    One of the challenges a Soldier endures every two to three years is relocation. Moving from one duty station to the next is a responsibility of a Soldier fulfilling his or her obligation toward his or her line of duty. Although the relocation of a Soldier can be difficult, involving a single Soldier or a Soldier with dependents, the army has implemented a program to resolve some of the issue a Soldier may encounter during transition. The Total Army Sponsorship Program (TASP) assists Soldiers…

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    The United States Army Soldiers and officers have significant responsibilities to keep the service members fed throughout the missions. This article underlines the important role and history of the Army 922A Warrant Officer Food Service Technician. This article will explain the job description, duties, responsibilities, and requirements, along with any other valuable information about the food service technician. HISTORY The Office of The Quartermaster General organized a Food Service Program…

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    Disciplined Initiative

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    Disciplined Initiative and its Importance as a Non-Commissioned Officer. Disciplined Initiative is defined in Army Doctrine Reference Publication(ADRP) 6-0 as; the intent to empower agile and adaptive leaders in the conduct of unified land operations. So what does that mean to Non-Commissioned Officers(NCO)? Simply put, remain flexible and do not be afraid to make decisions when the time comes. This is a trait that is learned and developed along with the experience acquired over the course of…

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    No one is more professional than I. Profession of Arms is a requirement for all military personnel: Commissioned, Noncommissioned or otherwise. Professionalism help save lives and guarantees the completion of the mission. As a professional, it is your responsibility to become an expert, in any given field, and to make sure that your knowledge is shared and grasped by fellow Soldiers. Professional Soldiers are all volunteers who have made sacrifices to protect and serve. They use…

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    Army Professions Role

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    One must understand or know the Creed of Non-Commissioned Officers, Warrior Ethos, or Army Values to gain an insight into the NCO’s role as a professional in The Profession of Arms. “No one is more professional than I” (U.S. Army: Army Values, 2016), represents more than an opening statement, but one filled with a history of expertise, commitment, and accountability that has been achieved through the specialized training and responsibility brought on by this role. The article, An Army White…

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    David Pierce Biography

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    specific Non-Article 5 NATO ribbon, two Certificates of Achievement, Combat Infantry Badge, Expert Infantry Badge, Drivers Badge with wheel device, and Marksmanship Badge with…

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    Military Training Report

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    The second Army principle of training is “Non-commissioned Officers train individuals, crews and small teams” (ADRP 7-0, Training Units and Developing Leaders). NCOs must prepare their training so that they can conduct a rehearsal at the IDT period before the actual conduct of the training, when practical…

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    Strategic Sealift Officer Career Management Strategic Sealift Officers (SSO) are commissioned officers in the U.S Navy Reserve serving to maintain the U.S. Navy Reserve organization of Merchant Marine officers, composed of actively sailing members who operate merchant ships, and a shore side members assigned to maintain Naval strategic sealift readiness. Fulfilling requirements and program expectations is one’s own responsibility, not the Program Office. The program office is fundamentally the…

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