The continuing mentorship consistently given by Senior Officers to their subordinates develops and challenges Officers to show constant growth. The relationships between peers fosters competitiveness and support to ever improve our Nation 's Army. This is the life I wish to live and the challenge I wish to
I am proud to recommend SSG Jacob Worley for consideration as a United States Army Warrant Officer Candidate. SSG Worley possesses the qualities required of a future Army Warrant Officer, specifically those needed to excel in the latest addition to the Warrant Officer Military Career Specialties (MOS), the Cyber Operations Technician, 170A. He has served as my Arabic Language Analyst and NCOIC of Analysis and Production for the 102 Combat Mission Team (CMT) for nearly two years. During this time his technical proficiency, attention to detail and adaptability has been equal and at times, has surpassed the skills of individuals assigned to more technical cyber roles within the team.
Leadership Philosophy Chief Petty Officers owe to their organizations a sound understanding of leadership. Senior Enlisted Leaders (SEL’s) are retained in the military primarily to serve as leaders who effectively maximize the efforts of others so the Navy and Coast Guard can achieve its goals. Effective leaders in the chief’s mess set the tone and are visible amongst the command while constantly leading by example. This paper will explain the author’s leadership philosophy, refer to several influential leaders throughout his career, and incorporate three leadership behaviors from the Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI) feedback. Leadership Influences
At this point in time, JROTC programs are found in all 50 states and even in overseas American schools. The main focus when the curriculum was first established was to prepare high school boys mentally and physically for joining the U.S. Army as enlisted soldiers. Today, men and women are permitted and encouraged to join the program. The mission statement of the present day course is: “to motivate young people to be better citizens.” Even though this mission has not really changed over the years, the program has gained more depth to it.
In addition to Sergeant Smiths Testing and Evaluation duties his has proven himself to be a sound leader and Sergeant, constantly challenging his Marines both mentally and physically improving both physical performance as well as office proficiency. Sergeant Smith was selected to hold the billets of Academics Safety Noncommissioned officer as well as Training Noncommissioned Officer in addition to his responsibilities as the training and evaluations noncommissioned officer. Sgt Smith has been a proven asset striving for professional development and completing 5 college courses without losing sight of his professional responsibilities. He set the example ensure both he and his marines were PME
During his tenure as the Logistics Noncommissioned Officer Academy (LNCOA) Ordnance Branch First Sergeant, 1SG Richelieu was responsible for the training, morale, and welfare of 65 NCOs, 9 Civilian Contractors, and 1 DA Civilian. During his tenure, 1SG Richelieu ensured that cadre certification and POI updates remained current and within mandated accreditation requirements. 1SG Richelieu also maintained the branch’s assigned equipment valued at over $2,000,000 without loss or damage.
Learning how a community not only managed to form, but to thrive against insurmountable odds was quite striking to me. As I left the refurbished homes and exited through the newly created, multimillion dollar facility that now acts as a community center, an art center and a living record of African-American history, I could not help but imagine how proud James Weeks would be to know that his community continues to be a force for change and education in countless people 's lives
Seal of Honor tells the story of Lieutenant Murphy 's life and how he came to be the man that Marcus Luttrell, the sole survivor of the mission, called "the best officer I ever knew, an iron-souled warrior of colossal, almost unbelievable courage in the face of the enemy. His story shows us the immaculate values captured by means of ethics, training, love for his country, but most importantly family unity. But, these values are really crucial? Do we need the values mentioned above to succeed? Definitely yes.
The 1st Sustainment Command (Theater) (TSC) promoted one of its own today. It was a true honor to be a part of Athena Oliver’s promotion from chief warrant officer three (CW3) to the rank of CW4. The Army has a unique esprit de corps, as we work, train, and fight beside each other in the tireless effort to protect the American people and preserve our way of life. Through war and peace, the Army is a professional organization—a Family. Warrant officers are highly skilled, single-track specialty officers, the ranks CW2 through CW5, are commissioned by the President of the United States and take the same oath as regular commissioned officers (O 1 to O 10).
Over the past 23 years, I have worked for several commanders possessing varying degrees of leadership and management qualities. My personal experience has shown that unit health and morale are directly proportional to the positive influence a leader can impart during his/her command. Often, a commander can inherit a healthy organization with strong subordinate leadership and succeed without doing much. However, it takes a leader of extraordinary character to take an organization at the pinnacle of excellence, and endeavor to make it even better.
A consummate professional who consistently strives to enhance individual expertise and team competencies. He showed great initiative in the development and implementation of the N3 Authorized Service Interruptions (ASIs) Process to support Joint Regional Security Stack (JRSS) Network Migration and Sustainment Standard Operating Procedure (SOP). His efforts ensure that the JRSS ASI migrations process was documented to ensure a repeatable process for use by the CTF 1010, Joint Migration Team (JMT), Service Migration Team, and the Network owner for all future Navy JRSS migrations. Hard charging self-motivated individual whose outstanding technical expertise and keen knowledge of the ASI process.
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
Petty Officer Grundy is an enthusiastic and motivated Sailor who has unlimited potential and is working as a Seasoned Third Class Petty Officer! He continues to step up to the plate and learn new skills in a fast-paced office. - ADMINISTRATOR. YN3 Grundy has contributed outstanding results to the Executive Department. With no oversight, he processed over 250 items of correspondence, including 12 awards, seven enlisted evaluations, and 65 designation letters.
PO2 Tchekpi is the definition of professionalism, a true leader and an outstanding human being on and off duty. He is a dedicated leader that will put his Sailors first at all time. His performance at shore and while on deployment were nothing but exceptional. Definitely, HSC-12 will lose a valuable asset and an extraordinary Sailor. Recommend a