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    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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    The Importance of the Human Resources Sergeant in the Profession of Arms In order to properly explain the importance of the human resources sergeant in the profession of arms a few topics will first need to be addressed. What exactly does it mean to be a profession of arms? How does the military cultivate such a vast culture of professionals? And finally, what does a human resources (HR) sergeant do and how does the HR sergeant fit into this proclaimed profession of arms in today’s…

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    Military Accountability

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    Readiness is the ability to meet operational demands in combat, during training, and in garrison. It is a one of the top priorities the army heads on. Readiness in the force is a key part in sustaining the fight and winning conflicts at the strategic level and unit level. To reach and maintain max readiness the army focuses on leader development, training, equipment management, and the medical/administrative status of each warfighter. My role as a leader is to ensure that each of the above…

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    Leadership is the defining aspect of every successful officer. Those who have it excel, and the opposite is true for those who don’t. In the Army, the Leadership Development Program can be modelled out by the Army Leadership Requirement Model (ALRM) which is broken down into two concepts: attributes and competencies. Within those concepts, there are six goals that leaders should strive for: character, presence, and intellect which are attributes, and leads, develops, and achieves which are…

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    1. I am submitting this memorandum of Character Reference on behalf of 1SG Katrina Richardson. 2. I am currently assigned to USMEPCOM, however I served with 1SG Richardson while I was assigned to the 8th Theater Sustainment Command (TSC). 1SG Richardson was assigned to the command during my second year in 8th TSC. I am not fully aware of the circumstances surrounding the GOMOR and in no way do I condone anything 1SG Richardson is reprimanded for, however, I can say during the time I served…

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    Sequestration At Work

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    As a retired military member, I had to respond to your post. You are so right about how many military members felt abandoned by sequestration, among other programs. Your analysis is sound and, having lived through it and been one of the victims it, I can speak to its soundness from experience and from the information we’ve learned in this class. The military’s lack of trust in its lower rank doers of the work is notorious. I was complaining about this to my dad once and he reported it had been…

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    Craig Simmons Essay

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    ABOUT THE CEO & PRESIDENT Craig Simmons is a leader consultant and impact speaker with a wealth of acquired information stemming from his lustrous military career as well as various assignments in the private commercial sector. Which included preparing and presenting speeches on countless levels to numerous audiences. Mr. Simmons also has received training in the areas of sales, advance sales, train the trainer and corporate level senior trainer management. While associated with the Fairfax…

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    Human Resources Sergeants

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    The Human Resources Sergeant exemplifies what it is to be a Profession of Arms and a professional. As it notes in the very first page of the Army white paper The Profession of Arms “I am an expert and a professional” (TRADOC, 2010) We can note and many would agree that the Soldiers Creed sums up and gives an overall understanding to what exactly is The Profession of Arms and what it is to be a professional in the U.S. Army. The Army as a whole is always moving and changing and we as Soldiers…

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    In the Special Operations Forces Team Member Unit, there are many difficulties in trying to join this Team. These men are the meanest and baddest and do it for the U.S and their freedom. These men must do the unthinkable and stand up over the comrades, and train to perfection. The men on these teams face dangerous actions, and must be ready to strike at anytime and anywhere if needed. Being part of the Special Operations Forces Team Member makes you stand out, and the things that could happen…

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    My personal values are derived from my experiences as a youth, my transition into an adult and my decision to join the armed forces. I joined the military right out of high school, and it didn’t take long for the Army to mold me into a Soldier. Order, discipline, commitment and respect were lessons we all learned fast after raising our hands and swearing in. Those four things have stuck with me throughout my career. Of the seven Army Values, respect really stands out to me because as experience…

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