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  • Joining The Navy: The American Dream

    gave me a place to call home and the Navy for the opportunity to serve. My time as an enlisted Sailor has given me a unique experience and opportunity to succeed at eve00ry task, maximizing the opportunity to get trained and educated. As a Petty Officer, I have successfully handled positions of increased responsibility with the ultimate confidence and professionalism. I have never wanted anything else for myself or my future more than to be part of the most elite group in the military. I…

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  • My Duty To Serve In The United States

    It is my duty to keep the generational tradition going to serve in our armed forces to keep this land that we love safe and free. In addition to Truslows American dream “That dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement.” As a member of my family, it is my duty to serve in the military. Also as a citizen of the United States of America, it is my duty to serve my country in anyway. But most…

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  • Why Marines Are The Best

    For the past two centuries the Marines have made themselves an important part of the US military. Marines expect higher standards always being in shape and having a bond with other Marines making them family. The Marines have the dedication and motivation to push themselves past their own limits. This is what makes the marines different than the other military branches. Being a Marine is a serious life time commitment, those who earn the title of being a Marine are expected to act in a manner…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Career As A Correctional Officer

    decision to become a Correctional Officer would be one of the worst career choices of my life. One day, in particular, made this abundantly clear. One single day would challenge my ethical viewpoint, and without a doubt instill that no profession is worth my soul and making the appropriate ethical decision can be a traumatic experience. It all started when I arrived to work on that summer night in June of 2011, being assigned as a swing shift sick relief officer would place me anywhere in the…

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  • Commanding Officer Analysis

    carried out to identify the role of commanding officers in administrating and fair play in units. In this assignment, we can say that the commanding officer has the ultimate power or authority in commanding the whole unit and commanding officer can mould the base they signed into what shape they want as long it is not breaking the military law. The commanding officer is responsible in performing their duties fairly and impartially. A good commanding officer will, immediately upon taking command,…

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  • Command Sergeant Major Leadership Style

    Military have a mentor or leader that possess certain core competencies that influence the way they lead others. In this paper, I will describe how Command Sergeant Major (CSM) Michael Evans’ leadership style influenced me as a senior Noncommissioned Officer (NCO) and how I apply these to the way I lead and interact with soldiers. Additionally, at the end of the conclusion I will outline how I want to be remembered, my legacy, when I leave the United States Army. I first met CSM Evans in 2004…

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  • Sfc Colvin Character Analysis

    Sergeant First Class Brent Colvin I had the honor and privilege of serving under the authority of Sergeant First Class Brent Colvin while I was a soldier with Bravo Battery, 2/222, Field Artillery and I have chosen him as my “Leader of Influence.” I served with SFC Colvin in various capacities while he was my Platoon Sergeant, including as a Fire Direction Specialist, unit radio equipment specialist, and his personal driver. I observed his leadership abilities during garrison activities and…

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  • Ssg Kennedy Leadership Qualities

    The purpose of this paper is to describe the attributes and competencies of former Army Staff Sergeant (SSG) Ashley Kennedy. Most leaders impact their soldiers, but it is a much more impressive feat to leave a lasting impact on a generation of new leaders; SSG Kennedy accomplished that and more. Through his leadership successes and, to an extent, his personal failings, SSG Kennedy directly contributed to the growth of numerous soldiers who were eventually “handed the reigns” of the NCO Corps…

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  • Sfc Roberts Essay

    SFC Roberts was a Platoon Sergeant for Headquarters and Headquarters Company 2nd Battalion 7th Infantry Mortar Platoon. SFC Roberts provided a great example of the Be, Know, and Do philosophy. I chose SFC Roberts due to the following traits that I would hope to emulate in my career. SFC Roberts was not a micro manager. As the platoon Sergeant he Develop his subordinate leaders by coaching them and mentoring them. He provided the guidance that junior leaders in developing them into senior NCO.…

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  • Essay On The Importance Of Accountability

    Accountability is what the United States Army revolves around. Without accountability the United States Army would be chaos. But I digress. The definition of accountability is the fact or condition of being accountable or held responsible. There is no progress within yourself, your team, your life without accountability. When one holds themselves accountable, it seems to put that extra pressure of “if I fail what will happen?” Accountability is a commitment or is the ability to acknowledge…

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