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  • Air Force Future

    I have given my career possibilities a lot of thought over these past couple of months. I went from having no clue to having somewhat more of a clear path of what I would like to be doing. The career I would like to be working in, in five years, is a pilot in the air force. I have thought really hard about this and I think that this career would best fit my personality type. It’s also something I would enjoy and I find very interesting. I’ve been thinking about this career choice for awhile now…

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  • Call To The Chief: Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI)

    follow. My call to the chief is to follow in the footsteps of those who have gone before you by attending the Chief Petty Officer Academy (CPOA). I encourage you to attend the Chief’s Academy with an open mind. The following three classes were very valuable and insightful: Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI) assessment, Generations, and Stress Management. Attending Chief Petty Officer Academy was not my highest priority, but through the days and weeks I began to see the value of enhancing my…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Being In The Military

    A military career is rough and definitely a one of a kind experience because in no other career can you serve the country like you would in the military. The question lies within you to understand the path of a soldier. It take more than courage to take that first step in. Being in the military takes resolve because you never know what the future might have in store for you. In the next few paragraphs i’ll talk about the pros and cons of being in the service, and if it’s really worth the time…

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  • Harassment In The Navy Essay

    American GI Forum to help stop discrimination against Mexican-American veterans, and Edward Hidalgo, the first Hispanic Secretary of the Navy. In our own time, in 2006 Joe R. Campa Jr. became the first Hispanic-American to be the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy, the highest enlisted rank in the Navy. These few examples represent a fraction of Hispanic success stories in America’s Navy. Hispanic Americans have served in nearly every position the service has to offer, whether at sea,…

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  • Soldier Symbolism

    Throughout human existence it is evident that the items we possess somehow symbolize and represent who we really are. Every item we possess, no matter how big or small, has some sort of correlation to a person's character within. As shown in the short story The Things They Carried the author Tim O’Brien heavily emphasizes the items every soldier carried to instill the belief that each item represents a part of someone's human nature or disposition. These items may be seen as something of little…

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  • Profession Of Arms Essay

    Profession of Arms produces expert work effectively, and the servant ethic develop expertise and use that expertise for the betterment of society. Professional Soldiers have good motivation and self-control. Professional Soldiers do not use motivators outside of work, they look within for continuing pursuit of knowledge and services .Professional Soldier must always feel that their role is a calling not a job (Army White Paper).” Knowing the meaning behind Profession of Arms and Professional…

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  • Importance Of Accountability In The Us Army

    Accountability In The Us Army Accountability is an essential characteristic in all aspects of one's life. A responsible person can be relied upon by others to get a job done without blaming others for any problems he or she encounters and will therefore be the first choice for a promotion. People who are considered reliable, honest, and responsible will be trusted by the people around them to do what needs to be done. However, such a reputation can easily be sullied, so it is…

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  • Leadership Philosophy: United States Air Force

    Leadership Philosophy My leadership philosophy was acquired while serving this great nation in two branches of service; the United States Air Force (USAF) (1985 – 1995), the United States Army Reserves (USAR) (2010 – 2012) and the USAR Active Guard Reserve (AGR) (2012 – Present). During this 14 year timeframe I developed the morals and values that shaped me into a better, well rounded, Soldier. My military background added a knowledge base that cannot be learned in our educational system.…

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  • The Role Of The Human Resource Sergeant In The Army Profession

    Professionals are dedicated, self-evident, and have the ability to perform even in the absence of leadership. Organizations excel because each individual in that organization has experiences and can show others flawlessly what it means to be a professional on and off duty. The role of the Human Resource Sergeant in the army profession reinforces the army’s vision, and ensure that Soldiers and readiness are the main focus. The Human Resource Sergeant assess, weighs, plans and executes the overall…

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  • Analysis Of 35P Military Occupational Specialty

    Soldiers in the 35P Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) face many challenges as the progress through their language school and Advanced Individual Training (AIT). They spend six to 18 months focusing all their attention on learning a second language at an accelerated pace and when they have accomplished that daunting task they are sent to Goodfellow Air Force Base to learn the technical aspect of their MOS, usually another three or four months of training. By the time a 35P Soldier arrives at…

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