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  • Legal Case Study Of Officer Johnny's Ethical Dilemmas

    Officer Green will represent the best friend of fifteen years to Officer Johnny. Officer Johnny will represent himself, the police officer who is working an unauthorized security job with a firm. Officer Green and Officer Johnny are both assigned to work patrol on the midnight shift and have been together through thick and thin over the last fifteen years. In the scenario provided Officer Johnny is described as being a great police officer, who gives back to the community regularly. Officer…

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  • Glass Ceiling Theory In The Military

    is no doubt that there exist institutional and individual bias in promotion board process.” In order to have an increase in blacks as general officers, would be to (1) make the promotion board more transparent, allowing the members to understand the promotion criteria in which the board members base their selection on. (2) remove any indication of the officers assign branch/job and (3) remove the members’ Army official photo. These changes here could drastically change the out come of the…

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  • The History And Importance Of The Non-Commissioned Officer

    The History and Importance of the Army’s Non Commissioned Officer. It is no small wonder for the Non-Commissioned Officer to be known as the backbone of the United States Army, a phrase coined by Rudyard Kipling. As we know the Non-Commissioned Army in todays military is but a mere remnant of what the NCO original was. The Non-Commissioned Officer existed during the European Hundred Years’ War, who at the time, were almost all upper ranks of European society, surprisingly. At the time, though,…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Experience As An Army Soldier

    hardened soldiers with combat experience incorporated with Non Commissioned Officers encompassed my platoon. Trained to do jobs that support soldiers on the front lines, the majority of the junior enlisted soldiers enlisted as support MOSs (Military Occupational Specialty). Additionally numerous amounts of these expertise included communications, medical, and maintenance. We would follow suit, to what our Non Commissioned Officers did and the examples they set, while filling our new specific…

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  • Discipline Of Marine Corps Essay

    disciplined and show this figure to others. If we loose focus as a Marine we sadly decline that and become to be a lesser than normal civilian. The discipline and the honor fades immediately. One example of this is disrespecting senior enlisted or officers in the Marine Corps. If a Marine looses focus and becomes a candidate to such wrongful behavior an NJP (Non-Judicial Punishment) will be implemented from our UCMJ (Uniformed Code of Military Justice). To name a few articles like Article…

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  • Noncommissioned Officer Observation

    As a future office in the United States Army, the importance of cohesion throughout the chain of command is critically necessary in order to achieve the mission at hand. As an officer, the relation I hold with my noncommissioned officer counterpart will influence the successfulness of our training and operations. First impressions are of the utmost importance, and that first counseling session will set the stage between myself and my platoon sergeant as our first potential formal sit-down.…

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  • Reflection Of Three Formal Interviews As An Army Officer

    commission into the Army as a Second Lieutenant and serve as an infantry officer. Knowing this, I have set out to gain a good understanding of what is expected of me upon my arrival at my unit. One way to gain this understanding is to continuously conduct interviews with the past and current members of the infantry branch. By conducting these interviews, I have the ability to learn a lot about what is expected of me and where junior officers have failed before. Thus far, I have conducted three…

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  • Army Officer Reflective Essay

    in school. I actually didn’t know what to expect or what I was getting myself into I was a clean sleight. I had no idea that AROTC was dealing with being an officer and all the roles officers played. Once enrolling I started thinking the words “Army Officer” meant nothing but paper and desk work. Later to find out that the words “Army Officer” has a much deeper passionate meaning than I thought. Over the years of training and talking to different Generals, Colonels, Lieutenant Colonels, and…

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  • Importance Of Diversity In The Military

    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 the officer ranks. Women and minorities have only a small percentage of being senior officers compared to the more than seventy percent of whites in the active duty military. In 2008, Congress ordered a report; the Military Leadership Diversity Commissioned…

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  • Leadership Comparison: Influences Of Management And Leadership Development

    Management and Leadership Comparison Introduction In the Army, behavior is governed by a strict set of rules and regulations. The military has shaped my leadership and management style. The Holy Spirit has worked in my life to transform my weakness into strengths to become a better Soldier and leader. This paper discusses the influence of leadership, leadership principles, and strategies for management and leadership development. Influences of Leadership Employee job satisfaction and performance…

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