Platoon Sergeant

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  • Essay On Prison Observation

    amount and type of drugs being administered by the medical facility to the inmate and other medical personnel. Then the over watch officer ensures the perimeter distance is sustained at all times and checks to see if the inmate has swallow their medication by opening their mouth and physically showing that they swallowed the medication. However, it is not required that the inmate must take their prescribed medication by the medical staff. Like in the constitution, even an inmate has rights to…

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  • Warrant Officer Qualities

    As a Warrant Officer in the United States Army we serve a very unique purpose. When asked any Warrant Officer will quickly tell you they are “technical and tactical experts” in their particular field, be it aviation, transportation, maritime service or field specialization. ADRP 6-22 states that we serve our organizations by providing quality advice and solutions in equipment at the junior levels, moving to technical knowledge on higher echelon systems at the senior level. This does not mean,…

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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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  • Human Resource Noncommissioned Officer Essay

    As a Human Resource Noncommissioned Officer (NCO) in the military, Soldiers transform from civilian into Soldiers. Starting from the very beginning they learn how to march, run, cadence, and learn the overall basic army skills as a new Soldier joining the ranks. Once you acquire the army basic skills to learn just enough to get by, the Army sends you to advanced individual training to become a Human Resource Specialist. As a Human Resource Specialist, you start at the most junior rank…

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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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  • Army Professional Definition

    The Army is absolutely a professional organization that is led and maintained by professionals, but that does not mean that every member of the Army is a professional simply by association or being a service member. “Undoubtedly, the Army is considered a profession today. But, we must remember that the Army is not a profession just because we say so.”. Being considered a professional means that an individual has had both time and experience to be developed into a professional. Entry level…

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  • Importance Of Diversity In The Military

    Diversity in any type of organization is beneficial for all individuals involved to include top management to the ground employees. Having diversity in a workplace encourages tolerance, acceptance and more rounded place for all employees to work for. It gives persons the ability to grow and to also go up the ladder in the company. Diversity in the military has always been a problem involving women and minorities, but in the last decade there has been a real focus on the lack of minorities in…

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  • The Dog's Bite Summary

    in to announce the change, the leader must be upfront with the people and let them know what is occurring. In 2015, the department and the city council did a survey to see if the department had adequate police personnel. The study looked at many things such as the amount of calls for service, the number of officers working each shift, the number of events, and the schedule the officers were working. In reality, the survey was a gamble for the department because there were three possible…

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  • Urinalysis Roster: An Ethical Dilemma

    Approximately 1130 I received a phone call from Master Gunnery Sergeant Hernandez informing me that my name was on the Urinalysis Roster. I informed the Master Gunnery Sergeant Hernandez that I had my daughter with me and didn’t have alternative child care, but that I would but able to make it to the urinalysis before 1400. At this point I realize now that i should have told my…

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