The average score you have to score to get into the military is an 31(“goarmy”). The test is called the ASVAB standing for Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery the test is a multiple choice test, administered by the United States Military Entrance Processing Command, used to determine qualification for enlistment in the United States Armed Forces(“Today’s military”). Solders have a choice to go into the Army as an enlisted soldier or either and officer. Some of the main differences between being an officer and being enlisted relate to upward mobility. Officers are promoted, Enlisted personnel are advanced.
With any type of decision being made you have to know what it is you’re making the decision on. The receipt of the mission could be from various sources, usually higher command or something that has come out of necessity due to a mission that’s already ongoing (Reimer, 1997). The second step of the military decision making process is mission analysis which is the beginning of the actual visualization and problem solving of the process (Odierno, 2012). It’s here that you start defining what it is you need to accomplish, what it will take to accomplish the mission, and get an overall concept of the operation that will need to be carried out (Reimer, 1997). You will start to look at timelines, manpower, and some of the equipment that will be needed to carry out what it is that needs to be done.
In 2012, I was deployed during Operation Enduring Freedom to Afghanistan and served as the S-1 for the 132nd Engineer Company. In 2013, I accepted a transfer to Joint force Headquarters and was assigned to G-1. My total combined military service equals sixteen years. My leadership philosophy encompasses many attributes of my own personality and the experiences that I have had over the years.
Once a RA had identified a potential Soldier, they had to enter their information into the G-RAP database. The RA was then responsible for setting up a meeting between the potential Soldier and a Recruiter or if the potential soldier was 17 years old the RA accompanied the Recruiter to a parental consent
will start off by saying, yes, SF Company and Battalion warrant officers should be part of the command team. But, what are the 2nd and 3rd order effects of this? Now let me break this down a bit further. This is an exert taken out of FM 7-0: The Army warrant officer corps is comprised of over 25,000 men and women of the active Army and reserve components.
Leadership is function which deal with people and turbulence, and provide guidance for future changes and create long term vision, Commander is also responsible of how to create team, lead it and share responsibility and power inside team Management in general is related to stuff and numbers, with tasks related to planning process, short time related tasks and create roles and procedures in team. Management is also responsible for creation of products and for quality of control for subordinates and resources. My last position was Chief of staff and I was in role to apply all those management functions and principles. Command, as specific function for military environment, include whole complex issues. For tactical level it is more related to leadership but for strategic level is more management.
The position I selected to for an informational interview was for the Surface Maintenance Mechanic Supervisor (SMM); a Wage Scale (WS) step 15 position for the Washington Army National Guard (WAARNG). I know the current holder of the position in the WAARNG therefore; I contacted a supervisor that holds the same position in a different state. The interview lasted approximately 30 minutes. The person I interviewed was extremely professional and offered as much time as necessary in the interview.
In order to join the military you have to take a test in high school known as ASVAB which stands for Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. This test is a multiple part test used to determine qualification for joining the military. The minimum score you can get is a 31 and that’s for the national guard or the army. For the marine corps, you have to score a minimum of 32, navy is 35, air force is 36, and the coast guard is a minimum of 40. You’ll need a high school diploma, but a GED would also be acceptable if you don’t have it.
As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, their knowledge helps prevent illness and injury for military personnel. Identify, evaluate and recommend the course of action to control potential health hazards, Assess weapons, equipment, clothing and material systems, Develop environmental health and industrial hygiene criteria/standards, Promote policies, programs, practices and operations for the prevention of disease, illness and injury, REQUIREMENTSBachelor’s degree with at least 30 semester hours in the physical or biological sciences, must be between 21 and 42 years of age, must be a U.S. citizen. In addition to the above qualifications, an unrestricted license to practice and a permanent U.S. residency is required for Reserve duty officers, Must be between 21 and 42 years of age. (U.S.ARMY,
Like how in the article Health Problems during Compulsory Military Service Predict Disability Retirement: A Register-Based Study on Secular Trends during 40 Years of Follow-Up the authors say “Co-occurring mental and musculoskeletal problems have been reported to involve a particularly high risk of future work disability among adult working populations by (Heikki Frilander, Tea Lallukka, Eira Viikari-Juntura, Markku Heliövaara, Svetlana Solovieva, pg 11). They show how that although some may suffer from psychological issues. Soldiers often times are dealing with some kind of physical issues as well. That is why many of these soldiers are often forced to collect disability benefits due to the trenuous physical
Priority 2 Tasks: Research related requests must be completed within one work week of the time they are received. o Priority 3 Tasks: Data bases and related tasks will be performed on an as time is available basis. • Goals and Timetables: At the end of each week, work in-progress will be reviewed. Unless some unusual situation has occurred and been modified and approved by your immediate supervisor, no Priority 1
We need to finish and conduct final testing in order to write our final report. Each individual has to finish first draft of his/her assigned part of the final report. On Sunday, we will have a meeting to do the presentation and practice presenting for the Tuesday presentation. Also, we need to send a list of things to improve team dynamic to Tracy and SAs. Michael will take responsibility for making constructive comments on the final report so other team members can fix their part.
Serves as the Installation Property Book Officer for Area Support Group Kuwait (ASG-KU); Supervise and manage property accountability support to one Security Force (SECFOR) Battalion, one Engineer Battalion, one Base Support Battalion, and eight functional detachments ' organizational property all valued in excess of $110M. Managed 35 primary hand receipts and three fiduciary hand receipts for property located at four camps. Identifies, coordinates, and resolves instillation wide equipment readiness, accountability, and management issues with appropriate agencies and end item managers. Provides technical assistance to the BDE Commander and staff directorates. Leads, trains, supervises and provides guidance for three NCOs and two Soldiers. Training With Industry program, White House Fellowship, CSA Strategic Studies
This move was recommended in order to create the Maneuver Center of Excellence and further consolidate TRADOC commands. Once these recommendations were accepted and the Modern Brigade Combat Team concept was adopted by the Army the personnel assigned to these affected units were coded by the Army to participate in the BRAC moves. These codes were placed on assigned personnel in order to retain training continuity throughout the time of these moves. This complete revamping of the Department of Defense is not a common occurrence and took years to be accepted and implemented. Because of the BRAC move and my assignment as an ARC Instructor/Writer I was relocated to Fort Benning, GA along with the entire 316th Cavalry Brigade.
The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a multiple-aptitude battery exam that evaluates developed skills and assists predict potential academic and occupational success in the military. The exam is invented to measure aptitudes in four domains: Verbal, Math, Science and Technical, and Spatial. This exam was developed and is supported by the Department of Defense. The Military use the scores from the ASVAB to classify careers that best match students’ abilities.