“We Take Our Responsibility Seriously “ Responsibility and integrity are very closely linked. Integrity must be present for a person to be able to accept failure in being accountable. Responsibility is not stagnant in higher levels of command. Every soldier whether Officer or enlisted is responsible for sustaining the essential military capabilities he possess. Specifically to the officer over a platoon or unit, who might not be in control, but is directly responsible for these troops.
Military bearing is the start in which every soldier practices either as enlisted or commissioned in order to have good discipline and ethics throughout a military career. Army regulations and soldiers should live by the creed that a military service member should conduct themselves on a daily basis, on and off duty . Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity and Personal Courage are Army core values. To be a dependable Soldier you must show your NCO’s that you can be an adult with time management, meet deadlines, be in the right place at the right time, in the right uniform, and doing the right thing at the right time. Dependability is a major aspect of military bearing.
To: Sgt Sexton 28/AUG/2016 From: Pv2 Cutshall Discuss how the army values apply to everyday life and how failing to follow them affects yourself, your squad and the Army as a whole . Before I start to discuss how, I would apply the army values into my day to day life . Let me first explain the meaning of the Army values and what it stands for . Not only for me but for all soldiers and civilian that still live by it, after service or by the connection that they once had with the Army way of life . I will make sure to uphold the Army values and make sure to also apply it every day without exception .
The Army defines leadership as “the process of influencing people by providing purpose, direction and motivation to accomplish the mission and improve the organization” (ADP 6-22, 2012, p 1). Every Soldier in the United States Army has leaders they look up to and aspire to be because leader encompass core attributes and characteristics that shape the soldiers around him. For me, that leader is first sergeant (1SG) Stephen Liest because of his presence, character and intellect. His ability to lead, develop, and achieve inspired, shaped and motivated his soldiers to be better for themselves and for the organization. These competencies and attributes left a lasting impression, which formed the basis of the legacy I wish to leave behind.
As an NCO, I have given my best to ensure mission success and train my soldiers. Concurrently, I continue the search for unique and challenging intelligence positions. Becoming a warrant officer will open doors to those new challenges I seek, expands the possibilities of specific training and unique assignment opportunities while still providing the opportunity to train, lead, and mold the next generation of soldiers. During my 11 years as an Intelligence Analyst, I have excelled in positions of greater responsibility and genuinely believe i have more to offer the Army. Throughout my career, I have taken my job seriously and taken pride in my work.
TC 7-22.7 NCO Guide (2015) states that all Soldiers and leaders must master the fundamental warrior skills supporting tactical and technical competence to execute full-spectrum operations among diverse cultures, with joint, interagency, intergovernmental, and multinational partners, at the level appropriate for each cohort and echelon. To be a lifelong partner of the total force there is a need to be a lifelong learner, a need for problem solving as a team to meet each
It was incumbent upon me to set the right examples for them to emulate. Giving them the tools and training to succeed while carrying out the commander’s intent was vital in the overall success of our assigned tasks. It cannot be overstated that NCOs are the backbone of the Army
“Typical duties include foot and motorized patrols” (NATA). The responsibilities that come with becoming an M.P. can weigh heavy on the person. He or she must complete law enforcement military police training and remain calm under intense situations. It is important to learn about the responsibilities and requirements about becoming an M.P., and what they undergo and must pass in order to becoming an M.P.
Running Head: MILITARY LEADERSHIP 1 MILITARY LEADERSHIP 2 Military Leadership: Case of Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle Name of Author: Institution: Date: Introduction Effective leadership is widely accepted as a vital component to ensuring performance of teams and organizations. In military circles, good leadership is one that reflects the ethical code of conduct as well as driving units to the anticipated vision in future. A military elite has an immense role in making critical decisions, at the time to ensure attainment of results. In the modern times, issues of workforce diversity, the explosion of technology and limited resources shape how military leaders lead teams to desired directions. The current paper analyses the personality
A more robust accessions program is crucial to the future of the warrant officer cohort. This is the first step in selecting and developing our future leaders within our ranks. First and foremost our current warrant officers must be the honest broker when recommending a soldier. If a soldier does not meet the technical competencies that are required of them in the position they are currently serving then how can they be expected to be the future of our cohort. The senior warrant officer who is recommending the applicant must hold the value of the warrant officer cohort above his or her own loyalty to the person they are recommending.
To be able to apply this quote from Mr. Adam K. Thiel, you need to have the right personnel in the Training Division including management. Having competent instructor/trainer with the participation of management is essential to reach goals and objectives established by the Department. Many changes has been occurring over the last few years in our Training Division. Like a mention previously, no one wants to relearn something already well understood, so why would they want to take over this division? To be able to maintain a professional fire service, stability in the Training Division is extremely important.
These principals are the beliefs and rules the profession abides. They motivate the professionals and ensure they are held to the highest standards. The Army’s primary responsibility is to fight and to protect the United States. The Army Profession is the only profession that provides protection to the American people. Due to this unique responsibility, the society must decide for its self if they trust
In addition it is also illegal and against UCMJ laws and regulations. Sexual harassment is also morally unjust and against the soldiers creed. The following exerts from the creed read, “I am a warrior and a member of a team”, “I am an expert and I am a professional.”, “I serve the American people and live the Army values” (US Army, 2015). The Army’s position requires it to remain an ever-ready responsive force. A force that must be able to deploy and be effective in any environment.