They are also like professional athletes because the soldiers of the Army strive to be the greatest at what they do. The Army Profession is a special combination of experts gifted with the knowledge of design, support vowing to serve and defend the constitution and the people of America. The Army Profession is made up of uniformed and non-uniformed members. Both Professionals have to take the Army oath and become sworn in. All Army Professionals have an obligation to gain knowledge and skills, then pass it on to their comrades.
Being a profession of arms is an expert, ethical leader. This leader has mastered his/her soldiering skills and technical skills while embodying the Army Values and warrior ethos. A profession of Arms is recognizable by other Army peers and the community. It gives Soldiers a sense of pride in this volunteer only Army, who master the military profession. Soldiers who are profession of Arms serve as prime examples for citizens who want to be Soldiers to follow.
MacArthur was a very brave and commanding general. His Thayer award speech acceptance passed the torch to the next generation of leaders. Throughout his speech, he uses logos to show what it means to be a military leader. He goes on to say how he will always feel “a sense of pride… which will be with me always: Duty, Honor, Country.” He uses this statement as a logo and achievement for these cadets to look up to. The three words “Duty, Honor, Country” also show logos because they are what every man or woman stands for in the military.
When I was in basic training, I learned a plethora of skills. One of the most important was respect. The best change that occurred was I became more respectful; It became evident to me to respect those that deserved and insisted on it. Before I joined the Army, I was a back-talking, disrespectful and ungrateful kid. However, once I went into training I was force to show respect to my superiors.
After completing my bachelor’s degree, I will take the necessary classes required by my state and the National Board of Emergency Medicine, so that I may obtain my Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Certification. Obtaining my EMT certification and working in that field will be beneficial to me when it comes to being an Athletic Trainer. I have always had a passion for helping people, and a passion for the healthcare field. I know just how important it is to have a dedicated Athletic Trainer when you are trying to recover from a sports injury and when trying to prevent future
And it is the the key of success and it will help me so much to achieve my goal in military to get a high rank but it will not be easy at all because I need to put a lot of effort and work hard even though i might face some difficulties such as: being busy all day and don’t have enough free time could be a problem so, thus I need to manage my time, do my duties and never procrastinate . so, in order to achieve that goal I need to get bachelor degree in military science and security studies and also I have to get the master's degree in military science to help me to get higher ranks because if I didn’t get the masters degree on military science I am not going to get promoted to a rank higher than lieutenant colonel. . Therefore: I have to do my best due to the fact that ministry of defense choses the elite officers from all military branches in Saudi Arabia and officers from other countries to get the master's degree
SPC DaBrent Nobles Military Customs and Courtesies I am a soldier of the United States Army, and when I took the vow to become such, I signed up to uphold a certain standard when in public and behind closed doors. I have the upmost respect for my peers and superiors around me who took the same vow. We all vowed to be away from our families for unknown amounts of time to protect and defend my country and its allies. I also have pride in what I do because I know it is necessary to keep my country running. The army has helped me to establish this pride in myself and what I do.
In an effort to mitigate these issues and improve the organization, I will provide purpose, direction, and motivation through the following organizational vision statement: 4th ABCT carries a legacy as the best trained, most highly disciplined, and agile and adaptable unit that can assume any mission and win decisively. Our inspired Soldiers and leaders are renowned for physical and mental toughness, innovation, unwavering character, competence, and commitment to our team; a team built on trust and strengthened by our
My Field as Occupational Therapy I described Occupational Therapy as the field to help all kinds of people with disabilities or who need help to have more prosperous standard of living. This career has a complex concept but the main goal of the Occupational Therapists is understand the different need of the client and improve their daily activities. I always been interested in the medical field especially in the pediatric setting. When I came to this country, I spent almost two years finding what I wanted to study. While I was doing research, I am taking class to improve my English and gain time to be sure my future career.
Soldiers do not get the credit they deserve nowadays, and they should, especially ones that deserve it. SGT Wigginton is one of those soldiers who deserve to get an award for what he has done for his country and for his soldiers. He has taken me under his wing and made me a great leader, like himself. I cannot thank him enough for everything he has done for me and taught me. I will always remember SGT Wigginton as not only my TL but as my role model.
SSG Coryell is a phenomenal facilitator that is mission focused within the Commander 's intent and resulted in his earning the Basic Army Instructor Badge. His performance while assigned to the NCO Academy has been stellar and recently he was recognized by the Fires Center of Excellence Headquarters Battery as NCO of the month, chosen over 850 NCOs, selected for his efforts and contributions towards the development of our junior enlisted Soldiers, in accordance with the Human Dimension White Paper written by Lieutenant General Robert B. Brown. He truly possesses the potential to accept the responsibility of a Warrant Officer and is the future of the Army. Upon speaking with SSG Coryell and examining his valiant SUAS history, I unwaveringly determined that his proven combat experience, along with his will to accomplish any task, would not only allow him to succeed but would set the standard for any Warrant Officer and Soldier to follow, while simultaneously enhancing the Unmanned Aerial Systems operational