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    Cadet Officer Future

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    After a cadet officer leaves the cadet program, he may be wondering how to further advance his leadership potential. The cadet officer’s future is instantly opened to a variety of possibilities after exiting the cadet program. A person could further their own leadership potential by staying in CAP as a senior member and becoming a DDR officer, opting to risk his life for his country in the role of a police officer or military serviceman, or serving his country by holding a public office. To…

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    To Harbor Police POA Members: I come to you today to ask for your vote in the upcoming Police Officer Associate elections. I believe I would be a good candidate because of two primary qualities I have and I would like to emphasize in urging you to consider when casting your vote in the next few weeks. First and foremost, I am devoted to our department and police work in general and have been the past 11 years. The second thing is I have prior experience in being on boards and committees. With…

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    Well it seems that there has been plenty of debate on issues within Enlisted Promotions and Reductions system and the Army is addressing some of those. “Some of the major areas of change are; Promotion point fixes, Transfer of ‘promotable’ status, Non-promotable status, Disability evaluations, required education, and Senior NCO Promotions.” (AR 600-8-19,…

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    Marquaze Ward 07/30/14 FTR: Failure to Report Here in the Army, we have tools in place that keep us soldier’s discipline, responsible, and a well-trained machine. Some of those include customs and courtesies; Drills and ceremonies; team building skills and etc. Another important skill set is accountability; being where you need to be at all times and responsible for your action. Accountability is what keep the Army running smoothly; shows soldiers how to be account for their personal…

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    The Army Profession and Challenges in the Civilian-Military Relations The United States Army is arguably the most powerful Army in the world. Its endurance from the Cold War era to current unconventional conflicts of the modern day has proven its resiliency. The United States Army is undoubtedly a profession, and the leaders in the United States Army have critical and important role, ADRP1 defined and described the Army Profession and the Army Ethic as “Army Profession – A unique vocation of…

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    therefore I will address the necessity of following instructions and why they are important. In the army if you do not follow instructions from your Noncommissioned officer which is a lawful order then you could get an article fifteen. An example of this is if a soldier was told to write a five-hundred word essay from their Noncommissioned officer and only wrote two hundred then they could get that article fifteen. Another reason to follow instructions is that it could be the difference between…

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    of this study is to examine the relationship between job stress levels and the manifestation of psychological distress among Nigerian military officers. The following are the specific objectives of the study: 1. To examine the nature of the relationship between job stress levels and the manifestation of psychological distress in Nigerian military officers (participants). 2. To examine the influence of job anxiety on the psychological distress levels of the participants. 3. To determine the…

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    Army Ethical Dilemmas

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    Payment System The payment of Soldiers in the Brazilian Army presents another ethical conflict between officers and NCOs. The Payment Center of the Army is responsible for the payment of all personnel of the Brazilian Army. It uses a system where the officers receive more due their responsibilities and the other ranks follow receiving less and so on. Nonetheless, the ethical dilemma is in the mandatory assignments, in the financial assistance when the family has children under six years old,…

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    Sfc Moss Role Model

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    Through my military career I’ve had the pleasure of having multiple role models. Some being family members others civilians that I’ve meet while accomplishing Army missions but most of my role models have been great individuals that I have had the pleasure of serving with in the military. One in particular stands out more than the others, his name is SSG Kenneth Moss or now SFC Kenneth Moss (R). SFC Moss (R) had the biggest impact on me as he was my first supervisor I had in the Army. His…

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    Combative Level 3 is a leadership courses that only Sergeants and above can attend. The reason being that it was designed as a trained the train course to Commissioned and Noncommissioned Officers can train and certify Soldiers in Combative Level 1 (Basic Combative Course). Since I was lower enlisted personnel, I had to attain a waiver to attend the course. My First Sergeant saw that I was motivated and believed that I could…

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