SPC Kim's thirst for knowledge and attentiveness helped him develop as a cashier in the Disbursing section. Through numerous long days of hard work and dedication to the mission, he was able to effectively pay over $2.7 million for death gratuities with zero loss of funds. His loyalty and dependability combined with his ability to work without supervision, contributed greatly to the Unit’s success. SPC Kim’s hard work and commitment to his unit while working in the processing section of the Defense Military Pay Office (DMPO) was exceptional. He processed over 25,000 documents with a 98.7% accuracy rate.
SPC Kinnevan achieved the XVIII Airborne Corps NCOA Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with a 95.53% grade point average. He successfully passed the APFT evaluation with a score of 258. He was able to achieve a superior rating by leading his squad and executing all commands, scoring a 100% on his squad drill and PRT evaluations. He demonstrated enthusiasm and an honest desire to learn. He was a catalyst for most of the classroom discussions and always had an intelligent and pertinent answers for all questions.
SGT Maxwell achieved the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an overall 87.72 grade point average. She excelled during her garrison leadership evaluation, never having any issues decimating information or keeping her fellow classmates in line. She was professional and respectful to her peers at all times. Execution of all of the performance steps for the drill and ceremony evaluation, SGT Maxwell 's great bearing and exquisite execution of all facing movements and commands during the squad drill evaluation made her the one to emulate for the rest of the squad. SGT Maxwell scored above a 95% percent or on all three written exams showing her great ability to find information proficiently.
SPC Hendricks’s ability to understand and retain information during a weeklong Call for Fire training set him apart from his peers. After receiving his training, SPC Hendricks called more fire missions than any other snipers or scouts and neutralized the most targets in the entire platoon. SPC Hendricks proven himself to be a subject matter expert by outperforming both infantryman and cavalry
The Importance of Knowledgeable Leadership SSI, NCOA SSG Courtney J. Reynolds 36B SLC 002-18 SFC James Johnson Abstract The Army defines leadership as the process of influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation to accomplish the mission and improve the organization. The Army defines a leader as anyone who by assumed role or assigned responsibility inspires and influences people to accomplish organizational goals. Army leaders motivate people both inside and outside the chain of command to pursue actions, exercise diverse thinking, and shape decisions for the greater good of the organization (Headquarters Department of the Army, 2017)
LAPD Cadet: In the course of being an L.A.P.D Cadet, I have acquired the rank Corporal. This rank consists of teaching recruits the fundamentals of the program and the 3 D 's (dedication, determination, and discipline). In 2011, I received an award for being the best physically fit in the entire recruit class. This award was given to me for having overall great motor skills, strength, and endurance. Within the Cadet program, I was involved in a traffic course that enhanced my knowledge in traffic laws, regulations, and standards.
Due to his exceptional leadership competencies and attributes, SSG Gamble was selected as DOL-N, MMB NCOIC. SSG Gamble demonstrated performance epitomizes excellence in all aspects, with minimal supervision, attests to his extraordinary ability to use sound judgment and adaptive solutions to facilitate task completion. He managed, supervised and trained over 300 contracted personnel and established 112 maintenance accounts supporting ARCENT, 1TSC, tenant organizations and allied coalition forces at Camp
Leadership in the Army is the fundamental foundation of the organization. Leaders like Officers and Non- Commission Officers implement and set the standard of leader to soldiers. These leaders ensure the Army soldiers are trained and prepare for any hardships they face. The term Leadership can be defined differently based on the organization in which the term is applied to. In the Army Leadership can be described as a "characterized by a complex mix of organizational, situational, and mission demands on a leader who applies personal qualities, abilities, and experiences to exert influence on the organization, its people, the situation, and the unfolding mission" (ADP 6-22).
1. It is an unbelievable honor to serve as the 44th Medical Brigade commanding officer. I fully believe in the sacred duty to lead, develop, and care for our troops. My philosophy is simple: To offer the highest quality of medical care to every soldier, dependents, civilians, and retirees under my command. This philosophy will guide our daily actions within our ranks and every patient encounter a. Leadership: Lead by example.
The debate on whether leaders are born or made has been an ongoing conversation for several generations. This debate is much like the debate concerning nature versus nurture. Many seek to find out whether or not the skills, knowledge and attitudes that characterize great leaders are natural and intrinsically woven into the fabric of human DNA or whether they are simply learnt and honed over time. To date, there is no definitive answer proving in favor of one or the other.