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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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  • Essay On Punctuality

    he Importance of Punctuality as a Non Commissioned Officer In this paper I will cover the importance of punctuality as a Non Commissioned Officer and all that a Non Commissioned Officer job entails. I will also cover the history as an Non Commissioned Officer, the Military Police Corps, and how we became one of the Most Disciplined military. It is all Non Commissioned Officers job to set the standard and lead by example, punctuality is a big part of that. The Army is a profession that depends…

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  • Battle For Mother America Analysis

    class. The private greeted Captain Tonsetic with a salute, a jeep, and orders. CPT Tonsetic was then shuffled around the 199th light infantry brigade being introduced to all the people in charge of places and he then met with the brigade adjutant Major Kelly. He was then talked down to and told he will be in a staff position until he earns his keep and is then appointed Charlie Company’s Commander slot. Later showed his place in the S3 shop and got settled…

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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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  • Contributions Of Legacy Leaders In Today's Young Army

    Williams (Retired). To me his most notable contributions to leader development were signified during his time as the Command Sergeant Major of Army Training and Doctrine Command. Even though he mentored many other NCOs and soldiers before me, there was a vast amount of knowledge that could be learned from him. He devoted himself to being the best trained and educated Soldier and…

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  • Summary Of War By Sebastian Junger

    Look at chapter 2“War is a big and sprawling word that brings a lot of human suffering into the conversation, but combat is a different matter. Combat is the smaller game that young men fall in love with, and any solution to the human problem of war will have to take into account the psyches of these young men” (Junger 2011, p. 234). Sebastian Junger, the author of War (2011), was born in Belmont, Massachusetts and grew up to become an award-winning journalist and #1 New York Times Bestselling…

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  • Julius General Karaki Case Study

    Julius W. Karangi is one of the highly regarded Kenyan general officer cadre who in November 2003, transitioned from an operational role within the Kenyan Military into a senior leadership position, the rank of Major General. As a result of his ability to impress his seniors in the daily decision-making process, that enhanced Kenya Defense Force’s (KDF) efficacy and competence, he rose up in rank to Lieutenant General. In addition, his personal dimensions eventually saw him further get promoted…

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  • David Widdifield: A Short Story

    so he was moderately short. He was in his twenties, which was younger than the other sergeants. He was a very arrogant drill sergeant. My dad says “He was not very tall, so he would only other people. He used his rank as leverage.” Franklin never taught anything, he only did drill and ceremony. He was irresponsible, and contradicted himself. One of my dad’s least favorite memories with a drill sergeant includes Franklin. It was the week of graduation, in time of have come down and stayed…

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  • Sociological Observation

    INTRODUCTION Have you ever observed the interaction of two people and based on their body language you arrived at the conclusion that they may have been divorced for a year, remarried two years later, and on the verge of another divorce? Ok, that may be a little too detailed and you have keen observation skills, but what about observing one individual? These are some of the times that we bring out our Sociological Imagination which is the ability to see our personal lives in the context of the…

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  • Personal Narrative: My First Major Mission

    My first major mission, a young 18 year old, the lead gunner behind a M240B as the first line of defense for our platoon; would soon be a situation that left an imprint in my life and has forever changed how I now lead as an NCO. This mission took place in 2007 near the city of Ad Dawr, Iraq. The mission was complex but my orders were simple, protect the convoy and provide security. The main objective was to expose and detain (if possible) a cell leader to include destroying his know cache point…

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