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    • Housing issues at Fort Drum.

    • Griffith, Dalton E.
    • Young Soldiers at Fort Drum are facing financial problems steaming from the distance they are housed from post. I will address the ethical problem the chain of command (COC) is facing. I will examine the problem and will discuss different courses...
    • Just Cause-Panama Invasion December 21, 1989.

    • Ordonio, Fidelito C.
    • You will soon know a little bit of the Soldiers preparation, suffering, and events before a combat jump. A reading that would give each and everyone a glance about the 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment combat Jump in Rio Hato, Panama, during the...
    • NCOs continue to be role models.

    • author unknown
    • You had the challenge of maintaining good order and discipline while trying to keep everything at a minimum while your morals, values, and beliefs influenced the decision. The decision you make will affect all under and around you, it will be a...
    • Thought paper on ethics.

    • Lindsey, Brian
    • You could say Ethics is nothing more than looking at a problem, determining if it's wrong, and then making the right decision based on our values. So what is the right thing to do in an ethical situation? We all posses our own set of ethics so...
    • Falsely claiming Military Awards or decorations.

    • Torres, Evaristo Jr.
    • You can’t pick up an Army Times paper and not read about a Soldier found guilty for wearing an award or decoration he did not earn. This issue is happening across the services and these false heroes think they may get away with it. Some research by...
    • Who has you covered?

    • Wojtaszczyk, Robert D.
    • You are well trained and motivated. Ready to take on any mission. If you are in the medical community as I am, this usually means patient care. However, Operation Iraqi Freedom expanded our mission well beyond doctrinal guidelines and even went so...
    • Ethical decision framework.

    • Reynolds, Patrick
    • You and a close friend return to your unit from travel and while filling out travel claims you notice that your friend has claimed porter fees and cab fare that he didn't incur. When you ask him he tells you, "don't worry, they don't require...
    • NCO history brief- 1SG Leonard A. Funk, Jr.

    • Coleman, Thomas
    • WWII was an incredibly costly war for the United States, in both terms of lives and material. One thing that was showcased during the war was courage. During WWII 464 Medals of Honor were awarded, 324 were to Army personnel. Of the 324 Medal of...
    • Some are rewarded, others are punished.

    • McKinley, Kevin D.
    • Would you be inclined to follow a military leader who the Army has proven to be in violation, policy, or regulation because he/she violated military ethics? Non-commissioned officers struggle with military ethics while they support the command in...
    • Corporal James L Day and the Battle of Okinawa.

    • Eubanks, William A.
    • World War II started on 1 September 1939 when Germany invaded Poland. Germany was at war with England, France and other European countries. At the time, Hitler wanted to avoid any confrontation with the United States by any means necessary. Sir...
    • War crimes and atrocities of World War II.

    • Paradis, Russell
    • World War II is remembered for some of history’s most unspeakable acts of war crimes and atrocities committed against humanity. In Europe, Germany’s Adolph Hitler attempted to carry out the destruction of the Jewish population, leading to the...
    • World War II and the Noncommissioned Officer.

    • Smith, Julius K.
    • World War II is an event in history when the Noncommissioned Officer made significant advances with contributions to the United States military's efforts. In this document I will present event leading up to the war and the conflict and the role of...
    • Frank Hurlbut, flying Sergeant.

    • Burke, Patrick E.
    • World War II had many heroes and many of those heroes were Noncommissioned Officers. We all likely have met or possibly even know some of these heroes. I know that I am truly blessed when I have the opportunity to talk with one of these great...
    • Frank Hurlbut, flying Sergeant.

    • Burke, Patrick E.
    • World War II had many heroes and many of those heroes were Noncommissioned Officers. We all likely have met or possibly even know some of these heroes. I know that I am truly blessed when I have the opportunity to talk with one of these great...
    • World War I.

    • Martin, Scott
    • World War I, also known as the First World War, the Great War, the War of the Nations and the War to End All Wars, was a world conflict occurring from 1914 to 1919. The Allies on one side and the Central Powers on the other fought the war. No...

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