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    Good afternoon, Supervisors, fellow Cadets and brave Officers that put their lives in danger to keep us and our loved ones safe. For those of you that do not know who I am, my name is Gestine Geigy and I am sixteen years old. I am a junior at Northeast high school, and currently I do not work anywhere. I am running for sergeant and corporal, even though sergeant is what I actually want, I figured there would not be any spots available for this position. I did not go to state police camp,…

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    Occupations are often categorized into different classes based on salaries or specialties. Generally, people consider one or the other when deciding their career goals, but how often do they think of it as being a job as opposed to a profession. As a HR professional clearly view what I do as being a part of a profession. Understanding what it is being a professional if closely linked to the meaning of the profession. The meaning of profession varies on one’s own views, but defined as…

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    Leadership philsosophy My leadership styles differ from Soldier to Soldier. Some Soldiers require to be micromanaged, but other require little supervision. My main leadership styles is of caring, easy going, easy to talk to but stern to complete the daily tasks and the unit mission. I always put the emphasis on the Soldiers values and place in the team, the shop, and the unit mission, all Soldiers are important. I will do whatever it takes to take care of the Soldiers, train, sustain, and…

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    The Neel Challenge

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    climb of the ski hill, to final march from the cemetery to USMAPS, I felt a connection with what USMAPS stands for and felt like this was where I needed to be. The Neel Challenge gave me a small taste of what we were to expect in our career as Army officers, the MRT and shooting sections tested our calmness and ability to think on our feet which made them fun and put pressure on us to get the job done as quickly and effectively as possible. The obstacle course tested our physical…

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    The importance in understanding and implementing cultural awareness of other nations is paramount for all Soldiers. As a Soldier currently serving with one of the most deployed branches in the United States Army, the ability to understand the social priorities, political climate and military goals of a nation can only better my ability to inform both subordinates and superiors. For instance, Germany is a nation that has shown great influence within the geopolitical arena. By providing…

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    Resiliency Essay

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    I want to become an Army officer, because I feel that I would be a great asset to the Army Officer Corp. I am a determined individual, who has been through many bumps in the road, yet my goal to become both an officer, and veterinarian have never faltered. This is due to the resiliency that I have; I learned in Basic Training Combat that every good soldier needs resiliency in order to be successful. Without resiliency, how are soldier expected to successfully complete their mission? This past…

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    Over the years, there has been a big debate over mandatory military service in the United States. Many people believe military service should be mandatory for a minimum of two years. This promotes national unity, ensures high levels of governmental participation, and can provide useful skills. Mandatory military service can promote national unity in a variety of ways. First, it admits civilians to gain knowledge and convoy together, creating that shared practice of having served in the…

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    Recruiting PSRS

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    Marines, I'd like to thank you all for the hard work, perseverance and keeping up with the ever changing battlefield known as recruiting. Summer and PCS moves are on the horizon. I wanted to touch base on a couple of topics prior to everyone exiting stage left. The reason is to ensure that everyone is aware of expectations. The expectations listed below are the minimum the command group expects and your SNCOIC may need to add additional requirements. MCRC assigns mission based on T/O…

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    A Few Good Men

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    A message in A Few Good Men got me thinking about the organizational norm of the Marines of giving orders and following orders. A main ethical point that I saw in the movie was the assuming responsibility of giving and accepting orders. It was customary in the Marine division to act upon an order without question. Colonel Jessup even said that lives would be in danger if his orders weren’t followed. Failure to fulfill an order goes against the organizational norms of the Marines. These…

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    Serve over 21 years of military service, seven years as a senior supervisor. Supervise train, and evaluate soldiers. Organize and maintain an efficient working environment. Account for valuable equipment without loss. Grant a Top Secret Clearance during service. Proficient with Microsoft applications, Department of the Army Regulations, Pams, and Forms; managerial and analytical skills. Organize and conduct monthly training to soldiers, ensuring proper use of equipment and ensure all standards…

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