Captain Beauregard reads each members enlisted evaluation input and provides hand written feedback to each member. Direct feedback from the Commanding Officer to all members of the enlisted work force provides valuable encouragement and
***Draft***CW3 Lockhart has made a seamless transition has the Senior WOCS Instructor. He has proven to be a versatile officer with the potential to succeed in challenging assignments. CW3 Lockhart should complete WOILE and consider completing a Bachelor 's Degree to stay competitive for key assignments in the Warrant Corps. Select to CW4 upon meeting
SPC Knox achieved the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an overall 95.19 grade point average. She is an enthusiastic student who engaged in class discussion, asked intelligent questions and made candid commentary. SPC Knox was a proactive, assertive Platoon Sergeant during the leadership evaluations in the STX. Her Positive attitude and resilience made her an effective student leader and contributed to the classroom 's over all sense of camaraderie and inclusiveness.
In addition to his assigned duties, SFC Gearing also served as 1CAB Master Resiliency Trainer (MRT). His dedication and commitment to excellence greatly enhanced the First Infantry Division (1ID) resiliency program as he was hand picked to train over 1500 incoming IID Soldiers. SFC Gearing applied extensive knowledge and substantial experience, he aggressively assisted the 1ID G4 and 4th Brigade Combat Team by single handedly closing out 16 outstanding Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss (FLIPLs).
CW3 Moore was one of only six Warrant Officers selected as a Platoon Leader in USAACE 's FSXXI, UH-60A/L/M Initial Entry Rotary Wing training companies. His actions and leadership were instrumental in USAACE providing the National Guard, Army Reserve, and FORSCOM units with over 400 trained and qualified Blackhawk pilots. Due to his strict adherence to safety protocols and standards, CW3 Moore 's platoon successfully executed 1800 flight periods and over 9000 flight hours without incident. CW3 Moore was selected as a Section Leader due to his strong leadership ability and vast potential. He led a section of six Warrant Officers, seven DACs, two contractors, and over 180 student pilots.
The Atlanta prison riot was a perfect example of how leadership skills are necessary, and important. The Atlanta prison riot, was an event where the prisoners took captive guards and employees. The
This could be seen when Juan said, "He called to tell me that Big D [DeAndre] was doing great while he was training him at the APD academy. And that these past few months, Big D really committed himself of becoming the police officer he always wanted to be. " When people give up harmful things to do what they 've always wanted, it would make anyone proud. The tragedy struck when Juan got another phone call about DeAndre. "I 'm sorry to tell you this but, Big D had been shot five times in the back last night over in his old neighborhood."
He is well-trained, ambitious, open-minded, and humble. He brings with him real world experience, that I believe will be of great support to himself and his peers throughout the duration of the program. In knowing what I know about the environment, methods, and services at Arizona State University, I believe this site and program are a perfect fit for Abraham, but also believe he will be successful wherever he ends up attending graduate school. He will be a committed student and a proficient
SSG Coryell is a phenomenal facilitator that is mission focused within the Commander 's intent and resulted in his earning the Basic Army Instructor Badge. His performance while assigned to the NCO Academy has been stellar and recently he was recognized by the Fires Center of Excellence Headquarters Battery as NCO of the month, chosen over 850 NCOs, selected for his efforts and contributions towards the development of our junior enlisted Soldiers, in accordance with the Human Dimension White Paper written by Lieutenant General Robert B. Brown. He truly possesses the potential to accept the responsibility of a Warrant Officer and is the future of the Army. Upon speaking with SSG Coryell and examining his valiant SUAS history, I unwaveringly determined that his proven combat experience, along with his will to accomplish any task, would not only allow him to succeed but would set the standard for any Warrant Officer and Soldier to follow, while simultaneously enhancing the Unmanned Aerial Systems operational
Among the participants were the Native Americans, who enrolled voluntarily in huge numbers. Their ability to learn made them perfect soldiers who aided the U.S. Army in eliminating enemy threat. 44,000 Native Americans served in the World War 2 thereby providing the required manpower. Despite the presence of challenges, the Native Americans worked hard to safeguard the integrity of their Nation. Up to date, they are recognized as a group that was very committed to the war effort.
In the beginning of the book, after he was transferred into the Salamander army, Ender could not train with everyone else, so he went back to the launchies and “proposed his bargain. Free play, everyday, working hard in the battle room, under Ender’s direction. They would learn things from the armies, from the battles Ender would see,” (85). When he practiced with the launchies, the launchies were transfigure into better soldiers than they were before. This made him a superior leader because it shows how he can command a group and how good he is at teaching.
1LT Namkung performed his duties and responsibilities in an exemplary manner during this deployment. He is rated as the top lieutenant for the ASG-KU OCS cell. He vast contractual knowledge base was equivalent to a company grade Acquisition Army Officer. He quickly became the SME on Contingency Acquisition Support Model(cASM) the electronic routing system of record mandated by USARCENT in 2015. He was vital to the OCSC, mitigating contractual stoppages or lapse in life support or services throughout ASG-KU
Chris Kyle day was made to honor Kyle and his accomplishments. Kyle left behind inspiration for many. Kyle inspired others to join the military. Kyle always had a true passion for helping others. Kyle even started to give back to others.