Compassion is concern and sympathy for the misfortune of others. It is caring for other people. A president must have this quality because it makes sure the president makes his decisions based on the well-being of all of the citizens. President Lincoln was one of the most compassionate people in history, because he thought of everyone, even the slaves. No matter how many people disagreed with him, he wanted the best for everyone.
Becoming a member of a SEAL team is an honor recognized by many but granted to few. Members of Special Operations teams are the absolute best that America has to offer—they must be disciplined, loyal, adaptable, skillful, and athletic beyond any normal standards. Danny Dietz was one of the few who claimed the prestigious title of “SEAL” and represented America by fighting to defend our freedoms. This man gave the ultimate sacrifice of his life and demonstrated true servant leadership. His memory lives on forever through the hearts and minds of his family and friends, and through the everyday tasks of service members today.
Warrant officers are the leaders of their field and experts in their trade. As such, they must be reliable, technically and tactically proficient, quick learners, and self-motivated, traits I already possess. I believe I have the necessary skills, experience, and leadership abilities to be a great asset to the Army as a Warrant Officer. I have more experience and training than most of my peers considering warrant officer as their next step. I have proven to be a dependable, capable, driven and a proactive non-commissioned officer throughout my career and have always sought out positions of higher responsibility.
I say this to you because it is all of this country 's veterans that make this country great, and this country would be a total disaster without you. I also want to say this because you chose to defend this country and without you there would be no army and no military, so I thank you veterans
“Christopher Reeve”. That 's why I chose my dad as my hero. No matter what the task is he was willing to do it just help an make a in pact on people so why don’t we do do the same. Who are your heros? My dad is my hero because he served in the military he fought for us even though he new all the danger that he was going to be in.
Leaders must apply the Army Values when leading soldiers because of the fact that it builds trust and a bond. The same goes for the soldiers, in order for them both to work as an effective team and to get the mission done efficiently they both must live by these values. Once these values are integrated in a soldier’s lifestyle, it becomes too easy to work as a unit. An example on how loyalty and respect fits in a day to day to situation would be, a soldier witnessing a misunderstanding with his or her team leader and a higher ranking NCO, the soldier knows that his or her team leader is in the right. The soldier shows loyalty by standing by their team leader and shows respect by approaching both their team leader and the higher ranking NCO with tact to explain the situation from their understanding and what they witnessed.
Serving in the military is a family tradition. I am grateful for all the opportunities that this country gives to its citizens and I felt like joining the military was a great way to give back to it. I took an oath of justice in defense of the liberties; to preserve peace and to calm the winds of war (Scott, 1). Being a veteran is now something that is part of me and describes myself. Since I joined the military straight out of high school, I decided to go back into school and pursue a career in business marketing.
I believe that our fighting forces need strong minded individuals who are driven and determined to always strive for the Army to stay relevant and strong. Consequently, the recruiter duty is to recruit those who are passionate with a strong desire and pride to serve the nation. A sense of pride in which does not feel like you are doing a job, but honor to be in the Army’s uniform. As a combat veteran who have deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan multiple times, I have the capability due to taught persistence, determination, organization and built stamina from past experiences, to be an admirable recruiter. Being out in combat have shown me the kind of heart within a person the Army need, the kind of fight within an individual that the army need, and the characteristics in which makes up a US Army personnel.
What my father means to me ? Our friends and family play a large role in who we are today, and who we will be in the future. The biggest influence may come from our family, and for me is my father. He is a person of great character and integrity. He has shaped me into the person I am today by teaching me about respect and responsibility and that anything worth having taken a lot of hard work.
Larry experienced the importance of protecting and defending the bunkers during the war, this being his first experience being stationed.This task showed him what it ment to be a soldier. Getting the vital job of making sure the bunkers were safe for not only him but for other soldiers as well taught. While every military story is very different and interesting to see how one envolves from when they first joined to how they endedesrFor Larry being in the military helped shape him into who he is today, He shared how it helped him grow up. Larry Hall came back from the military sure of the next steps in his life, that he was ready for a family knew he wanted a family. After the military everyone's lives go in different directions and whatever path a vetern ends up on they will always carry with them the lessons they were taught, and that is an irreplacable vaule.
This made him a superior leader because it shows how he can command a group and how good he is at teaching. Another example was when Ender first received his army, he trained them like they never had been trained before (158). By coaching his army starting with the fundamentals, he helped them ameliorate their technique and helped them learn more than they ever knew before. This made him a good leader because it shows that he could command a large group of people and is able to help them enhance their capabilities. One time, Ender told his army, “Nobody ever beat Dragon Army, either.
During the course of the book, Benjamin can be described as a man whose work ethic is driven to help things around him become better. Also, he was a major leader in this book and always wanted to help others and when he was called to lead the military he did. Benjamin Franklin has played in multiple roles that helped make the world as it is today. I see Benjamin Franklin as a role model to anyone and everyone that wants to lead and work their hardest to make a difference in this world one day and also a role model to those who want to always put the world and others before them. Benjamin Franklin is a great man and a very important founding father of the
As a commander of the Special Operations Forces, he had improved the way they fought. You do not hear about or see him in the media. Special Operation soldiers call themselves silent professionals since they do not want attention. It is our duty to recognize these wonderful people and put them on pedestals for the amazing work they do. General Brown is a hero, and he should have his face on a postage
Richard is the consummate professional who continues to mentor, develop and prepare our next generation of warrant officers. CW3 West 's complex critical thinking, problem solving and analytical skills make him an invaluable asset to this unit and the Army. CW3 West ranks in the top 20% among the Chief Warrant Officers I senior rate and is my number one as the absolute best property accountability technician in the ASG-KU AOR. Well-rounded and action oriented. His technical expertise, keen judgment and performance surpasses his peers.
First month of Warrant Officer Basic Course 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. During our first few weeks at WOBC we continued to get acclimated with the new surroundings of Fort Sill and continued to get accustomed to the transition from being enlisted to the officer branch.