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    The Profession of Arms The Profession of Arms is charted by the Constitutions of the United States and Officials who have been elected to hold the Constitutions with the application of well-trained Soldiers in their field such as Army Human Resource. Profession of Arms in the Human Resource sector of the Army is the back bone of the Army. Human Resource, Is affiliated with so many aspects of a Soldiers life such as accessing records, tracking Soldier records and pay from beginning to end of…

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    modern Army. Command relies on the dissemination of tasks and their timely execution. But in order to ensure there is confidence in the orders being given, and that teams can function together to accomplish the mission, leaders must first foster trust. Trust is most easily fostered when subordinates know they are genuinely cared for, and through servitude leaders are able to see to their needs, inspire through action, and produce future leaders. Broadly defined, the structure of the Army is…

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    Accountability is what the United States Army revolves around. Without accountability the United States Army would be chaos. But I digress. The definition of accountability is the fact or condition of being accountable or held responsible. There is no progress within yourself, your team, your life without accountability. When one holds themselves accountable, it seems to put that extra pressure of “if I fail what will happen?” Accountability is a commitment or is the ability to acknowledge…

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    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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    Into Combat Arms SGT Nee, Andrew SSG Williams, Jimmy 23 March 2015 Abstract Thought-out history, we as a nation have overcome insurmountable odds and adapted to the consistent changes of society. For example, it was women that kept the United States Army in the fight and the enemy on its heels during WWI. When the increase of munition factories rose to supplement the growing fight in Europe, it was women who took control and continued to aid the fight from home by taking jobs that were…

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    The United States Army is a forever changing profession striving and constantly trying to improve. Although most changes are good there are many that are not so good for the interest of the Soldiers who have been selected for their military occupational specialty to be phased out or merged into a different specialty. When asked my opinion on this subject of an engineer military occupational specialty that could be deleted I would have to say none. This is because of the importance role that we…

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    Army Profession Paper

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    innovative, resourceful and improvise new systems of support when standard systems fail (HRC, 2016)”. These words from the Adjutant General Corps Creed explains a small part of the requirement from a Human Resource (HR) Sergeant (SGT) in the United States Army. As an HR SGT it is important to understand the responsibilities and have the dedication and drive to carry out every mission to sustain the force in the Profession of Arms. According to Webster’s Dictionary (1989), a profession is “a…

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    are required to take. The number of women in the military has increased steadily from 203,000 or 14.5% in 2011, increasing exponentially. It has been shown that in the United States Army, the female officers…

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    The role of the Human Resource Sergeant in the army profession reinforces the army’s vision, and ensure that Soldiers and readiness are the main focus. The Human Resource Sergeant assess, weighs, plans and executes the overall mission of the army to ensure constant support and readiness. They are the first line defense, and have the ultimate power to create a fine piece of art or a chaotic storm when it comes to Soldiers. The article, “The Army White Paper, The Profession of Arms”, speaks of…

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    Direct Leadership Versus Organizational Leadership The United States Army defines leadership as "the process of influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation to accomplish the mission and improve the organization" (Department of the Army, p. 1). While all levels of Army leadership are interconnected there are various levels of leadership recognized within the Army. The three tiers of leadership are direct, organizational, and strategic. In this paper, I will describe…

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