I have accumulated a vast knowledge of the STEM field during my numerous week long trainings at Naval Base Coronado, MCB Camp Pendleton, SS Lane Victory, & Pt. Mugu Naval Air Station. These trainings included STEM, SeaPerch, and Aviation. I was awarded best engineering & design for my SeaPerch ROV. Not only have I come back with a great knowledge of STEM, but I have created many bonds with cadets from
MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD SUBJECT: C/442D Signal Battalion Letter of Endorsement for Supply Excellence 1. I strongly endorse Charlie Company, 442D Signal Battalion 15th Regimental Signal Brigade for the Army’s Supply Excellence Award. Charlie Company’s supply team has maintained a consistent record of success with their Command Supply Discipline Program. Their dedication to excellence has directly contributed to the continued success of the battalion’s mission of educating Cyber Warriors and Signal Leaders. 2.
SUBJECT: Developing Warrant Officers for the Future 1) Purpose: To provide information on developing Warrant Officers utilizing the Warrant Officer 2025 Strategy. 2) Facts: a. The Warrant Officer 2025 Strategy seeks to produce a capable warrant officer cohort of trusted professionals who are technologically agile, adaptive, and are innovative leaders for the Army’s Force 2025 and beyond. Through optimized accessions, leader development, and world class professional military education (PME) warrant officers can continue to be relied upon to maintain a depth of knowledge and provide expedient solutions to increasingly complex problems now and in the future. The Warrant Officer 2025 Strategy aims to develop cohort centric best practices
Previous leaders I had were very intelligent in the technical aspects of their job. They offered instruction on the critical tasks that made a successful intelligence analyst but 1SG Liest possessed a wealth of knowledge beyond that of an intelligence sergeant. He drew on knowledge from his previous experiences and duty positions to educate his soldiers, enhancing both technical and tactical proficiency. He went out of his of his way to ensure he developed soldiers who were well rounded and capable of performing all tasks that might be required as a soldier in the United States
Like most things, we adapt and sometimes fall into different areas of leadership as needed. “My most rewarding experience as leader was being able to address the new commanders and soldiers prior to their first deployment,” Ssg N.Rawn Tarrant IV. This was marked as such an honor because it showed how much his perspective and knowledge was valued and it was a great service needed for them entering such a big journey. Leadership varies and based upon our interview there is no solid evidence of book vs experience. In fact, individuals are able to now be developed uniquely in all facets of
As the network technician for the 41st Signal Battalion, CW2 Jackson was instrumental in the planning and directing in over 100 projects that led to the increased health, security, and optimization of the strategic network in Areas I and II. His actions include; the creation of new links establishing SIPR and NIPR network redundancy in Area 's I and II, implementing tools to remotely manage encryption devices saving countless man hours, and the turn-in of 100 pieces of excess IT equipment worth over $250,000 back to the Army Supply System. CW2 Jackson instituted several improvements that will have lasting impact beyond his tenure. He developed and managed the configuration of over 1000 network devices across the battalion area of responsibility
Our Clients Century 21 Real Estate LLC has always been focused in establishing superior quality services, not just to become the world leader in real estate transactions, but more so to attain the highest levels of customer satisfaction. Our clients undoubtedly come first, which is why we choose to associate with only the best companies and individuals who get the best training and education on the Century 21 brand. Through extensive training, we produce the best professional agents to help different kinds of clients that include: • Homeowners • Home builders • Residential property buyers and sellers • Commercial property buyers and sellers • Vacation property buyers and sellers • Corporations • Investors • Members of the military We are focused
Army Knowledge Management (AKM) is important to Senior Warrant Officers as our cohort continues to grow, it will continue to be even more important in the future. We as a force need to follow the principles of AKM so that we are prepared for battle and future conflicts as we currently exist in a rapidly evolving operational environment, where knowledge and information are just as critical to the success of battle as weapons and Soldiers are. Out of the twelve principles outlined in the “Army Knowledge Management Principles” paper I feel that principles four and eleven are the most important to a Senior Warrant Officer, in making a stronger and more agile force. According to the “Army Knowledge Management Principles” paper, principle four states that we should “use every interaction whether face-to-face or virtual as an opportunity to acquire and share knowledge” (p. 4). As a Senior Warrant Officer our bread and butter is knowledge and being able to gain and share it.
Being a TL is a great honor. It means that the Platoon Sergeant (PS) has proposed great trust in the person as a soldier and believes he can lead a team. In the MP core, a team consists of three soldiers, a TL, a gunner, and a driver. All three have important roles in accomplishing a mission but the TL is what shapes the team. Over the past couple of years SGT Wigginton has shaped me into a leader.
In my Army, the Royal Netherlands Army part of the Netherlands Armed Forces must always be prepared to operate in a multinational framework. The Royal Netherlands Army will participate in multinational operations more and more. Therefore, international experience is an essential skill to possess. A year United States Army Sergeants Major Academy (USASMA) is a personal, unique opportunity and personal development to gain experience in an inspiring international environment. Learning the US Army philosophy and concepts of Mission Command is of great value to working in a multinational staff at various levels for instance of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
The missions, assignments and training I have executed over the past 15 years in the Army have led me to this decision point to become a Special Forces Warrant Officer. I have a strong foundation of leadership skills and technical and tactical expertise that will allow me to grow as military professional and commissioned officer. I want to be the Special Forces Warrant Officer our commanders have grown to depend upon and trust as they lead us in the defense of our nation. Para 1-4 of AR 600-100 (8 March 2007) defines leadership as “influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation, while operating to accomplish the mission and improve the organization.” From the time I entered the service I have been in a leadership position.