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
he NCO 2020 strategy is focused on creating a system that will provide the NCOs with access to develop and broadening the experiences needed in both garrison and within operational environment. In addition, leaders will individually help to commit to long-term careers, which will be essentially focused on the development of educational, professional and with the fulfillment of having a ready force for war at all times. Essentially the strategy of the NCO 2020 is to have leaders at all levels understanding that the development of Soldiers must be constant and continuous throughout their career. The best way to expand and provide better NCO development is by focusing on proficiency in each Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) and leadership
“First, creating the national defence which is capable of confronting threats; second, creating the national defence which is competent to manage maritime, land and air territorial security; third, creating the national defence which is capable to take part in supporting the world peace based free and active foreign policy. Fourth, creating strong, independent, and competitive defence industries; fifth, educating the Indonesian citizens and increasing their awareness of national defence”. Such formulation of the defence and security objectives and strategy clearly reflects Indonesia’s recognition of wide-ranging challenges to national security, both internal and external. However, in reality, Indonesia’s national security concerns remain primarily internal in nature. This, in a way, reflects Indonesia’s
Not only am I an example of my country but I am an example to those who come after me and I need to set a high standard for them to keep our military superior to those who come against us. Being punctual many times is the very first impression that you make when meeting someone for the first time. Not only does it make you look professional, trustworthy, and diligent but it is a good reflection on those who are in command above you. It is very important for each of us to maintain a superior level of
Lastly, an essential step towards proper leadership deals with achievement. Achieving deals with the accomplishment of the goals in which the army has laid out, or that the individual sets for himself. To motivate subordinates to achieve their goals, especially those goals which are essential when accomplishing a mission or important task. It is the job of the leader to provide direction and make each goal a priority. A proper leader must also always have a successful plan set forth that they will use to accomplish goals efficiently and to the highest of standards.
In the Constitution of the United States entrench a requirement and action to have a profession, which ensure the protection and safety of the Nation and State, “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, …, provide for the common defence” . Basically, this statement is the presumption, that part of society gain a mandate to render an essential obligation to the Nation in a specific area, in particular case this is a defence. In order to fulfill stated obligation, part of society must have the necessary knowledge and skills. Next, they have to ensure and gain public trust and autonomy in their action. Finally, set high moral standards that reflect the values of society.
To address this issue we must look into the basics of being a soldier. Being a soldier is not an easy task. One must not only have the passion but also choose high level of discipline as a way of life; only than the soldiers can be trained to function at their full potential where their mentality can be cultivated and transformed from being an emotional humans to mentally strong individuals without fear and compassionate at the same time. We must understand the fact that having the right mentality plays an important role in bringing out the best in every soldier. Segregating soldiers of different services will bring out the best in their field as they interact and work together with soldiers of the same mentality.
Indeed, there is a need for us to meet the growing and changing demands of the global market. The Philippine government has adopted the K-12 program to give us the quality education that will train and equip us with the relevant knowledge, skills, and competencies we need to have in order to be competent workers in a world full of competitions. There is still a long way to go, considering the issues, problems, and challenges that we are facing in our current situation. However, let us not forget that our government wants to ensure that our schools produce globally competitive graduates that will serve as the strength of the country’s labor force. Quoting the old saying “costs do not outweigh the benefits,” let’s look at the K-12 program as an investment.
During this time, Singapore built a tight military and even adopted defense strategies design to combat intense war. Singapore’s military by mid-1970 was growing, it had taken up objectives of making the cost of invading so high to eliminate the possibility of attack. It focused on building air power, mobility, and armour. This strategy is the “total defense” which not only focuses on military but also on the various social, psychological, economic and civil defence. This, as a result, is the pragmatic approach to the privileged position of both the military and the security sector as a