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    • My leadership philosophy.

    • Iannone, David
    • 1. Loyalty, every leader has a pet peeve so to say. My pet peeve is loyalty. We the chain of command will make unpopular decisions and expect everyone to support them. As leaders, we must understand that decisions will be made for the better of the...
    • Personal philosophy.

    • Wagner, Anthony M.
    • 1. My philosophy in this battalion is to inspire and give guidance to the NCOs and Soldiers. I want to stress the importance of being balanced and flexible at all times. 2. I do not believe in creating complex answers simple problems. In most...
    • Battle of the Bulge.

    • Brim, Ricky J.; Klingel, Thomas D.; Perkins, David L.; Blevins, Lee
    • 1. Thesis Statement. The 101st Airborne Infantry Division's defense of Bastogne during The Battle of the Bulge was the key to allied victory. 2. Discussion. Hitler's plans to capture Antwerp were not compatible with his military commanders,...
    • Leader Development of Warfighting Skills.

    • White, James D.; Hauzenberger, Michael L.; Jones, John R.; Sanchez-Caso, Manuel
    • 1. Thesis Statement: To provide recommendations for the improvement of noncommissioned officer (NCO) Training. 2. Discussion: At the present time, leader development of NCOs' warfighting skills are not the same for combat arms, combat support and...
    • CIMIC Projects in Kosovo.

    • Volny, Lubomir
    • 11 September 2002, this is the date when the Czech Air Force plane took off from the Czech town of Pardubice and headed to the capitol city in Kosovo province, Pristine. I didn’t feel very well, not only because of the sad anniversary of the...
    • NCO history 1945- present.

    • Cole, James D.
    • 1945 was marking the end of WW II and the start of a changing military. Units are being deactivated while the military starts downsizing with the dreams of peace for Americans. The changing times has created several challenges for the military as...
    • First Sergeant Percival Lowe.

    • Early Sr., Paul D.
    • 1SG Lowe joined the pre-Civil War US Army as a Dragoon. He was assigned to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. There he was part of Leavenworth’s early years and involved in the subsequent construction of Fort Riley, Kansas. Rising quickly to the rank of...
    • OIF I First Sergeant.

    • Jaimes, Melissa
    • 1SG Melissa Jaimes was involuntarily transferred to a new unit for mobilization and deployment to Iraq in 2003. The beginning of the mobilization and deployment was filled with obstacles; throughout this time NCOs provided leadership.
    • Military Police ethical dilemmas.

    • Cormier, Quentin
    • 2007 Soldiers make ethical and moral decisions every day. However, what really influences Soldiers when they are making decisions? Like most Soldiers, if asked, they couldn’t define the difference between ethics and morals with most Soldiers...
    • NCO Educational System.

    • Skocibisic, Oliver
    • 22,000 students graduated from USASMA between class one in 1973 and class 54 in 2004. Academy continues with its development and history chapter of USASMA is not over yet.
    • Crisis Reaction Battalion.

    • Heinze, Roger L.
    • 2nd SQDN, 3d, ACR was tasked with the mission of Crisis Reaction Battalion (CRB) for Ft Hood, Texas from 10 Oct 2009 to 15 Dec 2009. The normal mission of this Cavalry Squadron is to prepare for any combat or worldwide mission in support of the war...
    • Logistic missions during deployment.

    • Mosley-Carter, Natalie
    • 326 Area Support Group (ASG) received the mission to provide base support to the Marine Airbase in AI Asad, Iraq as the Mayors Cell. The mission of 326 is to improve life support for the forward operating base by establishing service contracts,...
    • Our reaction to an improvised explosive device.

    • Green, Valentino M.
    • 8 July 2004, during a Combat Logistic Patrol heading north on the Samara bypass, my unit reacted to a detonated Improvise Explosive Device and another unexploded device in close proximity, which rendered four casualties to include my Battalion...


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