Army Design Methodology F-AWA This paper will address two focused areas central to decisive action. The first focused area will answer the question: Explain the five tools and techniques of reframing within the Army Deesign Methodology (ADM). Furthermore, demonstrate how they are related and the process of reframing.
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. Highlights of his specific accomplishments include: - As an Awase Watch Supervisor, he expertly troubleshot multiple major system casualties and trained detachment personnel.
SPC Garcia exceeded the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an overall 98.60% grade point average earning Commandant's List recognition. His high level for excellence allowed him to pass all performance evaluations the first time with superior ratings. His professionalism, military bearing, and dynamic confidence were motivational to his squad throughout the Basic Leader Course. He sought self improvement through participation in classroom discussions and shared past experiences with the class enhancing the classroom environment. SPC Garcia portrayed excellence and clarity in all written communication requirements paying strict attention to detail resulting in one of the best ratings in the
Over his twenty- seven year career, Lieutenant Colonel John C. Gurney distinguished himself by exceptionally meritorious service in a succession of positions of great importance and responsibility to the Army and the Nation, culminating as the Commander of Detachment Six, 3100 Strategic Intelligence Group, Military Intelligence Readiness Command for the past twenty-six months. His previous positions of significant leadership included Strategic Intelligence Officer, Detachment Seven, 3100 Strategic Intelligence Group; G-2, Assistant Chief of Staff, 310th Expeditionary Sustainment Command; Operations Officer/Intelligence Officer, Detachment Six, 3100 Strategic Intelligence Group. As the Commander Detachment Six, 3100 Strategic Intelligence
As the Mail Clerk, PFC Pief was responsible for securing, transporting, and distributing mail for over 800 personnel assigned to the JTF. PFC Pief transported over 10,000 pieces of mail to the mail room where she expediently processed Express, First Class, and Priority Mail. PFC Pief ensured that all appropriate documentation was complete and that mail was available immediately for individual distribution without loss occurring. PFC Pief assumed the role as the Human Resources NCO in the absence of her Supervisor. While in the position she made sure to maintain all financial and personnel actions for the 112 personnel assigned to the 595th Military Police Company (I/R).
The purpose of this memo is to clarify the need for the modification of Option Year 3 of the Associated Veterans Contract to include a change in the labor categories and have an additional three months added to the period of performance. When the contract was initiated, OSP anticipated that many major VBA Transformation changes would be ramping down and in effect. For this reason, Option Period 3 included one Senior Project Manager (SPM), two Project Managers (PM), and two Project Management Assistants (PMS) for a period of nine months. As we stand, the Veterans Benefits Administration’s (VBA) Transformation changes and efforts continue to ramp up and expand.
The applicant requests an upgrade of her uncharacterized discharge to honorable or general, under honorable conditions and change to the narrative reason for her separation. The applicant states, in effect, she is requesting an upgrade because she was being pulled from training after the first 100 days due to an injury she sustained. She went to sick call and was immediately pulled from training. She requested repeatedly to continue with her training, but was denied repeatedly. The applicant contends she chose the military as her career and was devastated when she was pulled from training.
For over an extended period, the U.S. military has concentrated on expeditionary fighting abroad. Its support in household operations has been sporadic and for the most part in reaction to natural calamities. With the increased worry about wide-scale terrorism, have come endeavors to include DOD all the more intimately with the government, state and neighborhood offices in their country security exercises. DOD assets are interesting in the legislature, both in their size and capacities and can be connected to both stops and react to terrorist acts. While the DOD administration is prepared and willing to play a supporting part in these endeavors, it wishes to keep up abroad military operations as the Department 's primary center and evade a channel
The applicant did not properly annotate the enclosed application requesting a possible discharge upgrade. However, the Army Discharge Review Board considered, the applicant for a possible upgrade as instructed in pertinent part by Department of Defense Instruction 1332.28 which stipulates that a request for review from an applicant without an honorable discharge shall be treated as a request for a change to an honorable discharge unless the applicant requests a specific change to another character of discharge. The applicant states, in effect, she wishes for her Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DD Form 214) to accurately reflect her character of military service.
According to the Miriam- Webster some of the definitions for accountability can be being responsible, having an obligation or being liable for something or someone. When we think about the word accountability in the military we automatically associate it with formations, duty days, locations, tasks and a plethora of other actions. These are great definitions or even topics but not necessarily all I think about when I hear the word Leader Accountability in the military. We often hear the word accountable when we talk to teachers at our children’s school and we have parent teacher conferences. We also include this into our renowned monthly counseling sessions with our soldiers.
1. It is my personal pleasure to convey to the Enlisted to Warrant Officer board the qualities and skills that make SSgt Arnold one of the top Marines I have observed. His work effect and results on all tasks are second to none. 2. I have had an opportunity to work with SSgt Arnold while we were both stationed in Okinawa Japan.