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  • Army Career Essay

    My goal as a Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) and leader in the United States Army has always been to lead by example. My goal in doing this is to help my soldiers be the best that they can be in order to create a strong and ready force. In order to grow and become more knowledgeable in my position as a leader, I often reflect on my choices, decisions, and the actions of my soldiers. Although I have had many memorable experiences in my military career, the one that makes me the proudest is when I…

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  • Ineffective Leadership Essay

    Most often we recall the leaders associated with negative impacts. The Creed of the Noncommissioned Officer is the blue print for leaders to emulate. Utilizing peer evaluations will place struggling leaders, if not point them back on the path of effective leadership. “No one is more professional than I. I am a Noncommissioned Officer, a leader of Soldiers. As a Noncommissioned Officer I realize I am part of a time honored corps known as the Backbone of the Army” (Birgham; 1974). These…

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  • The Importance Of Uniforms In The Military

    respect for what they do. Uniforms are everything for the military. It describes what branch you are in and what you do in that branch. There are also other uniforms that are very credible, for example, a doctor wears a unique robe, and a police officer wears a black polo daily. To me, all of the uniforms earn respect instantly and are highly credible. The question I want to answer here today is, what…

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  • Descriptive Essay: Operation Enduring Freedom

    The small group of eight eager and young Soldiers stepped out of their vans, not knowing exactly what to expect. They had taken one of the biggest steps in their careers, putting them as the first line of defense in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. The sky was mostly clear on this warm, sunny September morning in the Midwest United States, with a few light fluffy clouds listing lazily by. Each of them had a different vision of the future as they nervously waited for their new…

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  • Sfc Green Legacy

    The purpose of this paper is to discuss the impact that SFC James L. Green III has had on the ARMY and on me. At the same time I will discuss how SFC Green’s legacy has and will shape the legacy that I intend to leave. Let me start by providing some background about SFC Green. SFC Green grew as an ARMY brat. In my opinion this is one of the reasons he developed so much resilience and so much knowledge of the ARMY in all of its aspects. During his younger years he passed his time between…

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  • Urinalysis Roster: An Ethical Dilemma

    On March 10th I was given permission from my section to stay home from work to take care of my daughter due to her being released from the emergency room the night before. While at home with my daughter, I was using this time to pack my house in preparation for my family’s pending move at the end of the month. While going through papers I decided to have a beer not thinking that I would be called into work for any reason. Approximately 1130 I received a phone call from Master Gunnery Sergeant…

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  • Intelligence In Military Operations

    Intelligence is vital to all commanders to make decisions across the range of military operations. It is a discipline that utilizes information collection and analysis approaches to provide guidance when conducting operational or campaign planning. Some skeptics have described military intelligence as an oxymoron. This specialty focuses on gathering, organizing, analyzing, protecting and disseminating information which has been involved throughout history. The Holy Bible contains one of the…

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  • Hr's Role In The Army Profession

    is any monetary asset, accounted for by comptrollers and qualified 36B, Financial Management Sergeants. Human capital is the Army’s greatest asset, with an all-volunteer force of Soldiers. These Soldiers rely heavily on the mid-grade noncommission officer human resources leaders for personnel and pay actions. Management of the greatest asset in the Army distinguishes the Human Resources Sergeant as gravely vital to the Army Profession. The Human Resources Sergeant’s role in the Army Profession…

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  • Bass's Transformational Leadership Theory

    Transformational leadership theory was further developed by Bass in 1985. Bass developed his doctrine of transformational leadership based on the preliminary results obtained in a survey of 198 military officers in The United States, who was required to evaluate their supervisors through the “Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire Form 1” (Bass, Waldman, & Avolio, 1987). Bass's doctrine originated in the Burns empirical investigation (1978), which found that leadership can be understood in terms…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Team Leader

    I am currently assigned to the 68th Chemical Company in Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD. This is the second time that I am assigned the exact same place to the exact same company. There were even some of the people that was assigned now that was assigned then. One of those people was Staff Sergeant Coleman, the last time she was stationed here she was married and her name was Walker. She was not in the Company, she worked on staff at the Battalion. My Team Leader was also previously assigned to the…

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