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    I hoisted the missile launcher onto my shoulder and surveilled the battlefield through the telescopic sight. Infrared imaging revealed an enemy tank concealed amid the landscape. I narrowed the crosshairs around the vehicle and pulled the trigger. The self-guidance system steered the warhead into the target, successfully concluding the virtual training program for the Javelin Missile. This achievement provided immense satisfaction as I had dedicated the past three months towards renovating the…

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    trainer who embodied mission success and persistent work ethics. 2. I initially met Major Tann while serving on the Army Staff nearly a decade ago. I had the opportunity to observe his progress and success in positions of increasing levels of leadership. Kevin was a multi-talented officer who is intuitive, resourceful and selfless. Based on his superior performance on the Army staff and…

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    The Military Decision Making Process (MDMP) is a continual method of decision making that allows for understanding of a situation or mission. By using the MDMP process the staff can organize war fighting activities and create a common understanding with all units involved in the mission. MDMP assists leaders in identifying the best way the mission can be accomplished at the same time develop effective orders to be given so that unit commanders can properly execute the mission. Staff NCO’s play…

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    are a good student that I need you qualify for it and it pays a really large portion of your tuition. Another perk of being in the national guard and something I was really surprised by is, you can pay in state Tuition even if you just moved out of state, the national guard can get out of state…

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    Disobedience In Military

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    officers and those orders are not followed it is a crime. In Article 90 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, “makes it a crime for a military member to WILLFULLY disobey a superior commissioned officer” (Powers). Also found under Article 90, it states that during times of war if a military member does not obey orders from a superior officer they can be sentenced to death. These rules alone can make any individual fear the consequences of not following orders. Not following orders can make…

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    Pave NAIL: The Vietnam War

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    example, in the Vietnam War, the United States had access to state of the art weaponry and decent strategists, yet fell short of their goal of preventing the spread on communism in Vietnam. It is possible to do almost everything right and still not win like the United States. Nevertheless, good weapons such as the M16, helicopters, and fighter planes; plus good fighting tactics are an important key to victory. Undoubtedly the…

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    history of mission readiness and success. The past few weeks of observing the unit, in addition to, careful analysis of more recent historical documents from Army research organizations such as the Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL) and Center for Army Leadership (CAL) have provided necessary insight in understanding the unit’s current state of readiness, culture, and organizational structure. However, derived from this insight, it is supposed that the 4th ABCT’s current operating…

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    concentration camp said to be located in the area. Truthfully, more than anything, I was curious as to what could be here. I had heard stories about the concentration camps; their gas chambers and medical experiments. In the two years I’d been in the army, I hadn’t seen one. In those years I’d seen plenty, enough for a lifetime, but I’d been told nothing measures up to this. We kept marching. The snow cracked sharply under our feet, having melted and frozen again, ringing in our ears. Each step…

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    Petty Officer Storm is highly recommended for the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for his sustained superior performance of duties while serving as Assistant Leading Petty Officer, Command Training Coordinator, EKMS Local Element, Enlisted Information Warfare Coordinator, Trusted Agent, Official Information Exchange Administrator and Site Duty Officer (SDO) at U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station (NCTS), Far East Detachment Chinhae Korea from March 2016 to March 2017. His…

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    Showing good leadership in JROTC is important. Part of that leadership is providing a great service to others. As a squad leader, I have to always take care for my squad and stay up to date with whatever it is that is going on with them. I also must make sure that they have completed all their tasks as asked and if it is that they can’t accomplish it, I must take action and make sure they do so. Providing a great service to everyone around me is important. Making sure I’m providing a great…

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