The 1st Sustainment Command (Theater) (TSC) promoted one of its own today. It was a true honor to be a part of Athena Oliver’s promotion from chief warrant officer three (CW3) to the rank of CW4. The Army has a unique esprit de corps, as we work, train, and fight beside each other in the tireless effort to protect the American people and preserve our way of life. Through war and peace, the Army is a professional organization—a Family. Warrant officers are highly skilled, single-track specialty officers, the ranks CW2 through CW5, are commissioned by the President of the United States and take the same oath as regular commissioned officers (O 1 to O 10).
Petty Officer Gavin is a knowledgeable and versatile Sailor whose team work has been invaluable to the command. He consistently takes on demanding assignments and completes them with exceptional results. His outstanding leadership, managerial skills and high level of professional competence have contributed significantly to the unit's high state of readiness.
of Detachment Six, 3100 Strategic Intelligence Group, Military Intelligence Readiness Command for the past twenty-six months. His
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. My work ethic has elevated me above my peers and is reflected in my records. Over the past five years, my interest in the intelligence field has increased and I 've used that time wisely to improve my analytical proficiency. I paid close attention to senior leadership, learned from them and use them as role models to becoming a warrant officer. Now, I am ready to take this important step in my life and career by becoming a significant asset to the warrant officer
The importance of the Human Resources Sergeant in the Army White Paper, The Profession of Arms, is evident throughout. The following essay will describe the many different areas and the countless examples of just how important a Human Resources Sergeant’s role is. There are so many facets of every day Army life where the Human Resources Sergeant is vital to operations, from the additional duties we perform, to assisting our Commanders’ in their interest Programs, and everything in between. Human Resources Sergeants have to be constant professionals and enhance the Professional Culture in the military.
As I embark on the newest chapter in my life it occurs to me that I must first take time to fully process and appreciate the magnitude of what it really is to be a Warrant Officer in the United States Army. From my own perspective as well as the perspective seen from society I can see my new responsibilities will hold a paramount position in many different aspects. This being said, I can look forward to a major shift in what my focus will be and how my decisions will directly impact those around me.
As people and technology continue to evolve so do the ways we fight wars. There is currently a gap in the knowledge and skills between current Noncommissioned Officers (NCO) and the NCOs future operations will demand. This paper goes over what the NCO 2020 Strategy is and how it will close that gap. It will identify the reasons for the NCO 2020 Strategy, the end state, and tasks NCOs must complete in the interim to realize that end state. This paper starts with the statement of the overall vision and intent of this strategy before delving into the three Lines of Effort (LOE). The three Lines of Effort being Development, Talent Management, and Stewardship of the Profession are the three primary areas of focus in the major objectives which simultaneously
Surface Warfare Officers (SWO) are known as the backbone of the Navy. For years I have desired to obtain this position and have done extensive research concerning the attributes and requirements. Because I believe the Navy begins in the heart as well as the head, I know that becoming a part of the Navy would be life changing. Commissioning as a SWO would allow me to make a meaningful difference, as well as gain unparalleled leadership experience.
I am originally from Nacogdoches TX but was raised in Greenbrier AR. After completion of high school I joined the Army on October 19, 2004 as a 21D (Engineer Diver). I attended basic training at Fort Lenardwood, MO. Upon completion or basic training I moved into phase I of advanced individual training at Fort Lenardwood and then to phase II at Panama City, FL. My first duty assignment was with the 86th Dive Detachment in December 2005. While assigned to the 86th Dive team where I conducted missions all over the world. After about five years of diving I got accepted to Warrant Officer Candidate School (WOCS). I was appointed a W01 in October 2009 and graduated 881A1 Marine Engineering Officer in August 2010. WO1 Hayes’ first duty position as
The development and dependence on the internet, and also complexity of interloper skills, additional resources is on demand. To fulfill this demand, the CERT/CC became one part of the larger CERT Division. The CERT is stand for the coordination center of the computer emergency response team (CERT) for the Software Engineering Institute (SEI). The CERT Division is funded mostly by the U.S. Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security. It is often being confused with US-CERT. Usually, US-CERT concern is US national security, while CERT/CC concern is more universal situations, regularly internationally.
The role of the military officer today is very complex, challenging, and very rewarding. The transition into Warrant Officer Basic Course (WOBC) has displayed a few of those characteristics. Upon arrival to the WOBC we as newly appointed Warrant Officers were welcomed with open arms. Not only was the students eager to get started and to begin learning on how to become future 131As but the instructors were as eager to coach, influence and direct the class in the direction needed not only becoming newly certified 131A but to become the future of the 131A cohort.
Also, Sneeden skills as a Field Training Officer, mentor and role model makes him a valuable asset as a leader. Sneeden was able to articulate the furtherance of the Agency Mission by expressing the importance of forming relationships with the community using methods such as foot and bike patrol. In addition, Sneeden understands the challenges our agency will face in the future and was able to give good ideas such as using social media as a recruiting tool, assign season quality FTO’s and encourage personnel to recruit from within our diverse
Following the invasion of Coalition Forces into Iraq in March of 2003 the Army’s 101st Airborne Division, commanded by Major General David Petraeus, found itself in the Northern Iraqi city of Mosul (Lundberg, 2008). With the invasion complete and capturing of the capitol city of Baghdad accomplished, Major General Petraeus and staff began confronting the issues and concerns of what lay ahead for the duration of the unit’s deployment (Lundberg, 2008). The development and implementation of Major General David Petraeus’ strategy to bring stability to Mosul, Iraq and surrounding areas following the 2003 invasion provides insight into his leadership approach
-His contributions to the realm of training and coaching clearly indicate his potential as a future Recruiter Instructor.
Whenever someone argues that college dropouts are incapable of achieving anything in life, bring up Bill Gates’s name. Bill Gates, a Harvard dropout, is one of the richest men in the United States due to the gargantuan success of a business he started with Paul Allen, which is known as Microsoft (Bill Gates Biography.com, 2017). Nobody can deny that Bill Gates has had a massive impact on the technological world. However, in this essay, we study the leadership qualities that made Bill Gates one of the most successful people in the entire world.