The Army must know the status of its culture to make positive changes. The Army must have Operational Adaptability. The culture of the Army cannot have a negative impact on operations or they will fail. Culture is defined as the beliefs, customs, arts, etc., of a particular society, group, place, or time (Merriam-Webster.com, 2015). The uniqueness of the Army culture is that it’s made up of so many Soldiers of different cultures.
AIT consists of the total Basic training period and is where recruits train in the specifics of their chosen field(“Army careers”). Also the program of physical and mental training required to become an U.S. soldier(“Donald 7”). AIT provides hands on training and field instruction. Gain the discipline and work ethic to help you no matter what work path you take in the military. Military have many different schools you can
Along with being deployed some of my learned skills were acquired when I was assigned as a Fury FSC retention NCO two years ago, and my job was to educate soldiers about what they qualified for and other entitlements. Even though the soldier already knew the skills needed in the Army and had knowledge of the Army, I still had to persuade individuals to why they should reenlist. This required some craftiness on my part as some of these soldiers needed to hear something that they haven't heard
The Army Career Tracker is a one-stop shop for designing a military career. Journalist Michelle Tan wrote in the Army Times (2016), "the Tracker is a career management site that helps enlisted Soldiers, Officers, and Army civilians map out their careers based on their specialties" (para. 2). The designed is a hub to look at the career of a Service Member or DoD Army civilian holistically from entry into the primary Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) or Area of Concentration (AOC) through retirement. The Army Career Tracker allows Service Members the opportunity to track their professional specialty, plan their future goals and education, lead and manage subordinate career paths, and foster a community of
In order to accomplish missions and tasks successfully, teams must be cohesive and unified, as well as meet and exceed the standard. In order to build teams, leaders must develop teams through three stages, formation, enrichment, and sustainment. The first stage, formation, is the stage in which the initial team is built and comes together for the first time. The second stage, enrichment, is the stage in which team members gradually grain trust in themselves, followed by their peers, followed by their leaders. The final stage, sustainment, is where teams are fully invested in their teams, and are proud of their group.
This track hits home the main ideology of the album and summarizes it all cleanly. While life may be falling to pieces around you, it is critical to stay true to who you are. You cannot lose faith in that concept, or you might actually break. Home roots and your core values have to stay above every other event or change in your life; yet above all, faith is the most
It is important to maintain our equipment because without our equipment or non-efficient equipment, our mission success or readiness goes down. This is especially important in the military because of the seriousness of our jobs. It is in the Army values "I will always maintain my arms, my equipment, and myself." Army Regulation seven hundred fifty dash one establishes policies assigns responsibilities for the maintenance of Army materiel. The provisions of the regulation are applicable to all Army and civil-funded property under the direct control of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
To the point where it would be hard to uproot this tree of tradition. Occasionally, we should remind ourselves of what exactly is a Military Ball. If you plan on going, you should know that etiquette and manners are key. But what exactly is the difference between etiquette and manners?
My most meaningful military achievement and how it relates to my field of study and future goals. My most meaningful achievement was joining the Army, deploying in defense of our nation to Afghanistan and being recognized for the positive impact I created on my fellow soldiers, NATO Allies and Afghan nationals. I used the skills I was acquiring while attending my university to influence my unit’s operations and help those in need. A soldier duty is always to his mission and nation, still, while deployed I felt the calling in my heart to help those in need.
The last code I will mention is not the last code overall, but still a very important one. Try to understand anything and everything. I remember this aspect creating inspiration for me. I remember learning the beauty of art from Thomas Cole, and Van Gogh to Kandinsky and Botticelli. Not only did I learn art
Most importantly you will see what I am doing to achieve these goals. As many of you know I currently serve in the United States Army. The Army made sure I understand that the only way to go far in the Military is to have goals. Within this I have made both long term and short term goals.
Army, I will use my past experiences and skills to successfully work with any leader, peer, or subordinate regardless of gender, color, ethnicity, or religion. I will be success at working with anyone at West Point because I have been doing it my entire life. No matter how different a person is from myself, I envision myself simply operating with them for who they are as a person rather that what they look like or what beliefs they hold. Every person I have encountered has been different in his or her race, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, or religion. This has never stopped me, however, from working successfully with them.
Another key fact is once the veteran has been discharged a counselor should be on standby to point them in the right direction of all available services and supports; especially for those experiencing lengthy transitions (Robertson, 2013). Thus, supporting that counselors need to be assigned before being discharged. Many veterans exit the military with complex needs as a result from serving in the military. Furthermore, their lives becoming even more complex as they cope with the process of transitioning to civilian life. This equally supports that a counselor is extremely necessary and should be automatically available to all discharged veterans.
The level of maturity I have acquired from working side by side with my fellow soldiers and protecting our great nation have prepared me to accept many difficult challenges. Completing these challenges to the best of my abilities, a trait I learned in the Army. This is just another step to achieving my goals. I am not a quitter and I will not give up. It is my conviction that when one door closes many more will opened with greater opportunities.