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    The Battle of Palo Alto SGT Appel, SGT Hill, SGT Young, Class 005-16 ALC NCOA An analysis of how the flying Artillery of Palo Alto has changed the modern battlefield: The creation of light and mobile field artillery had given the United States Army a potent weapon. By employing the use of light and mobile artillery, it has changed today’s battlefield by how we use Artillery to fully decimate or counter fire an enemy. Horse drawn cannons have paved the way for the modern day M109A6,…

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    Troop Leading Procedure

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    Leading leaders towards success Wars may be fought with weapons, but they are won by men. It is the spirit of the men who follow and of the man who leads that gains the victory. (General George S. Patton) When Junior Soldiers think about command, typically the thought process is to assume sergeant fist classes, higher enlisted and officers. However, the command team can involve members of any rank depending on mission needs. Every mission, should have a good command team with excellent…

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    GTE, which is now General Dynamics established this technology for the Army in 1985 (Thompson, 2012). The first cellular network used by the United States Army was the Mobile Subscriber Equipment network. It was christened in 1991 in the deserts of Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. Mobile Subscriber Equipment network is the foundation of the tactical communications network and precursor to Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (Army). General Dynamics Mission Systems built Warfighter…

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    Selective Military Draft

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    Drafted Into A Man In 1917, during World War I, the Unites States government enacted the Selective Draft Act to build up the national army. This required men ages 18-45 to register for military involvement. Ultimately, it inspired a patriotic attitude and an honorable image making it very successful (Wikipedia). Today, they no longer require a draft because people volunteer to serve. The US army has changed the lives of Americans. I have seen this first hand in my brother. He was a high school…

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    Administrative Reprimand

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    1. In accordance with Army Regulation 600-37, I respectfully request consideration be given to my statement below and that the Administrative Reprimand be filed at the local level and not in my Official Military Personnel File. 2. On 20 February 2016, at or around 2300 I drove to downtown Savannah, GA and walked to a bar. My initial plan was to call a taxi, or a friend when I left. I consumed several mixed drinks containing liquor. The bar closed around 0230, at which point I left and called 3…

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    the U.S. Army; meanwhile, the Second Lieutenant is fresh out of college with no experience being a leader. The Lieutenant will hold higher rank, have generally higher pay grade, as well as be put in charge of protecting the lives of the NCO’s plus the junior enlisted. A 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Army is known as a "Butter Bar", a reference to the gold bar rank insignia worn on the uniform. “A commissioned officer in the U.S. Army holds a commission from the President of the United States and…

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    The United States Army’s Strategic Planning Guidance of 2014 lists five strategic priorities. These are, adaptive Army leaders for a complex world, a globally responsive and regionally engaged Army, a ready and modern Army, Soldiers committed to the Army profession, and the premier all-volunteer Army. In order to support the outlined objectives of the strategy, the Army Chief of Staff, General Mark A. Milley’s top priority is readiness, which includes personnel and staffing the force. Due to…

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    Criminal Investigator Within the U.S. Army In the realm of criminal justice lies the career path of a criminal investigator. These job offers range from working in the sheriff’s department, FBI, or the United States (U.S.) Army. No matter what path one takes within the field, he/she must have a certain set of qualifications and skills. Investigators are inherently important to society in order to maintain order. Criminal investigators have evolved to become undeniably beneficial for communities,…

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    Military Culture

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    provided. An overview of research significant to challenges experienced by military veterans will serve as the foundation for a successive presentation of previous findings. Culture of the Army Reserve Although the military is made up of individuals from varied cultural backgrounds, they all share the experience of assimilation into military culture. During military initial entry training (IET), trainees are removed from their civilian culture and introduced to military culture. This process…

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    utilized to shape how the Army is meeting the priorities established by the highest levels in regards to taking care of the force. Army priorities over the years change alongside national values and leadership. In recent years, the Army has set a focus on Soldiers and their management throughout the lifecycle of their career. The current Chief of Staff of the Army, General Mark A. Milley communicated the Army’s priority to take care of Soldiers in his Initial Message to the Army when he stated…

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