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    CPT Samuel O. Fadare III L200 Essay-Crucible Experience Granting someone the ability to gain insight into the complexities of a singular moment in time that was a key transformational experience takes courage especially if that event was associated with weakness or failure. On the flipside however, is the opportunity to overcome those fears of exposure by being open and candid with oneself, with hopes that something from the experience can be analyzed and used to not only gain self-awareness…

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    Over the last ten years I have had many influential leaders give me guidance and mentorship that directly affected my ability to be a strong Noncommissioned Officer. MSG Howard is one of those leaders that epitomizes my image of what an Army Leader is supposed to reflect. His superior ability to bring a team together and draw out their individual strengths has always driven me to mimic his example. MSG Howard challenged us to be the best and taught us how to expect the best from our Soldiers.…

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    Training is important for an infantryman. If someone doesn’t take the training serious when its being conducted then the absolute worst can happen because they didn’t follow the directions and take the training seriously enough. When an Officer or a Non-Commissioned Officer give directions it’s imperative that…

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    and responsibilities of a Sergeant and of Marines is long and broad. Ultimately the Sergeant is in charge of his/her subordinate Marines. Sergeants typically hold formations so that any information (“word”) is passed down from their Staff Non-Commissioned Officers, Company 1stSgt, Co. Commander, and any other information to their platoon…

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    Followership. I believe it is the most critical element of the module for three reasons. Firstly, I want to fully understand and implement the tenants of being a good follower. Secondly, it is a major part the first charge given to me as a Non-commissioned Officer (NCO) in the United States Air Force (USAF). And thirdly, I will experience a significant amount of personal and professional improvement as I apply what I have learned. I will not always be the “leader” in every situation that I…

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    Army Professional Culture

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    We have all heard and said “I am an expert and I am a professional” and “No one is more professional than I”, but how do these words translate into the Army and into action? Being a professional is the most important aspect of todays Army. The Army has to uphold the Constitution and the service and protection of the American people. This task is not taken lightly and most be elaborated on through knowledge of the word and how it applies to the Army, the culture of a professional Army, and the…

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    If your Soldiers are not successful in accomplishing the mission, have you stopped to ask yourself if you have done all that you can to take care of them; or to provide them with the necessary resources? We as Non-Commissioned Officers affirm that we will always have our two basic opportunities will always be uppermost in our minds: accomplishment of our mission and the welfare of our Soldiers. I assure you that the moment your Soldiers stop bringing you their problems…

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    command when I am unable to complete a task in the time allotted. It is my obligation to ensure that I improve myself in all areas working to become more proficient and efficient in my duties. If I do not properly follow the orders of my Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) it could be seen as disrespect, failure to follow orders, and in turn that NCO may lose respect for my ability’s as a…

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    Mr. Gillanders: My Hero

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    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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    Army Reflective Essay

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    Drill Sergeant First Class Greene taught me what an Army Non-Commissioned Officer leader should be from my first days in the Army. From the day I met him, SFC Greene personified the Army values: loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity and personal courage. He taught how to be a Soldier by leading by personal example. He mentored me in lessons about honor and integrity. SFC Greene’s mentoring carries with me through my career. As I learn to be a more effective leader…

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