Platoon Sergeant

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  • Special Forces Warrant Officer Essay

    Throughout the past seven years, I have served over five years on a Special Forces Operational Detachment Alpha as a Communications Sergeant and Intelligence Sergeant. I also served over two years as a Company Intelligence Sergeant. During this time, I have been dedicated to upholding the professionalism, reputation, and integrity of the Special Forces Soldier. I have greatly enjoyed the time I have served as a Special Forces NonCommissioned Officer, and I look forward to the potential of…

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  • Essay On Army Leadership Style

    In June 2010, I was a newly promoted Private First Class in the United States Army. I’ve been in the active service for less than a year at that point and I was already outshining my peers. My First Sergeant, the most Senior Enlist Personnel in my Company, came up to me and gave a challenge. This Challenge would result in a complete change of direction in my career, my physical toughness, and my mental capacity to learn. It change my mind set on what it means to be a Soldier. It helped lay down…

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  • Essay On The Importance Of Education

    behavior. Every step he took his back straightened more and more, every word he spoke became clearer and clearer. Wes was becoming more and more of a man. As he began to improve and improve working his way up in the ranks, Wes became a platoon sergeant, a cadet master sergeant and also became the youngest senior noncommissioned officer out of the the entire corps. “Three years ago I’d been one of the insubordinate kids first entering the gates of Valley Forge. In an ironic turn, I was now one of…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Personal Experience Of Flight

    The number of exercises was absurd as well as the difficulty of them. At sundown the sergeants put our names on a board under squad numbers. We had an hour to group up and find our housing. After we found our squad, I was chosen to be the leader. The sergeant showed up to my squad and gave me a topographic map of the area. Our housing was marked with an X; we had half an hour left to find our housing before lights out.…

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  • Devil In The Blue Dress Analysis

    When entering the military young men are often looking for themselves; unsure and confused. While in the military young men learn discipline and integrity, this help figure out their manhood. When they leave the military they are able to apply their teachings to real life situations. In the novel Devil in the Blue Dress by Walter Mosley, Ezekiel Easy Rawlins does just that. Easy enlisted for the military to go fight in World War II hoping to find who he is and what he wants. After the war his…

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  • CPT Malinowski's Toxic Leadership Analysis

    The Commander (CPT Malinowski) arrived and tried to make him stand down, stating that he was a CPT in the United States Army and that he (the Provost Sergeant) would stand down. The Provost Sergeant stated that he would not stand down and that he was acting under the power and the authority of his Position and that he was going to apprehend the subject. But the commander, CPT Malinowski continued to interfere and try and…

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  • Individual Leadership Philosophy: United States Army

    Individual Leadership Philosophy Paper SSG Hassoon, Ali SGL SSG Apayo, Anthony My leadership philosophy stem from combination of personal values and beliefs, life experience, and military encounters. I believe every serving member in the military brings in a unique prospective and a unique talent that makes our military the best in the world, and in order to manage and lead that talent you ought a have an open minded leader that can listen to others and takes all opinions in…

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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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  • Why Is Professionalism Important In The Army

    We want the junior Soldiers to say, “now that is a great professional Staff Sergeant and someday I will be as professional as them”. Within the last decade, the Army has become more focused on education. When training, educating and mentoring the professional must always revert and instill the Army values. Loyalty, duty, respect…

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

    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 mission of the army to ensure constant support and readiness. They are the first line defense, and have the ultimate power…

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