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    • “Shake and Bake” Noncommissioned Officer.

    • Ayers, Andrew Sanders
    • By the early-1960's, the United States Army was again engaged in conflict, now in Vietnam. As the war progressed, the attrition of combat, the 12-month tour limit in Vietnam, separations of senior noncommissioned officers and the 25-month stateside...
    • “Non-standard” military police mission.

    • Gosselin, Robert R.
    • My field artillery unit was mobilized to perform a non-standard military police mission during Operation Iraqi Freedom II. The unit was part of the largest National Guard mobilization from our state since the Vietnam era. The challenges of...
    • “Missionary style” only.

    • Haralson, Ricky L.
    • Even though the Uniform Code of Military Justice is a code members of the military voluntarily live by; Article 125 UCMJ (Sodomy), is no longer relevant in the military or in civilian society in general. Should we still be pursuing those members...
    • “Able” to adapt and conquer.

    • Yerger, Todd R.
    • During Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) VII and VIII, Able Troop 3-71 Cavalry operated as the brigade rapid mounted reaction force throughout Regional Command East (RC-E) and South in Afghanistan. This paper tells of how our unit moved in-between...
    • Young leader grows up.

    • Gandy, James T.
    • It was August 1990 and a young, newly promoted Sergeant had just volunteered for combat duty in Iraq. This was not an unusual thing to do at the time except he was in his first year of marriage. I was not looking to hurt his family or break his...
    • You can’t count to five.

    • Cannon, Cregg
    • Military cadences are a rich part of our great military history. Numerous cadences sung today do not promote that rich heritage. Military cadences should promote pride and esprit de corps in soldiers and units. Military cadences should promote good...
    • Yom Kippur: deception in warfare.

    • O’Neal
    • Handel (1989) stated that deception is an attempt to manipulate an adversary’s perceptions in order to gain a competitive edge. History has shown that inferior forces can gain both tactical and strategic advantage through the proper use of...
    • Years of NCO experience.

    • Gunter Sr., Vincent T.
    • My Noncommissioned Officer started with knows what an NCO is. They are is a leaders with leadership as defined in FM 22-100 “Leadership is influencing people—by providing purpose, direction, and motivation—while operating to accomplish the mission...
    • Year of the police.

    • Lemon III, James R.
    • This personal experience paper is about the daily struggles associated with transitioning Iraqi National Police to self-reliance and developing relationships between coalition forces, the Iraqi Army and other security forces in Baghdad, Iraq....
    • Year at prison.

    • Arrington, Jody L.
    • This paper describes some of the key events and lessons learned during my deployment to the Abu Grahib Internment Facility, during Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIP) ill. It will take you through the chronological order of the deployment. I will discuss...
    • Yank with the Royal Marines.

    • Butler, John D.
    • During the first Gulf War of 1991, I was a communication sergeant with the 3d Special Forces Group. After the ground campaign began, I was assigned to the British Unit of Royal Marines from the Special Boat Squadron and the Special Air Service of...
    • Wrong recruiting policy of Slovack Army.

    • Koniar, Martin
    • The Slovak Army has recently become a professional Army. We have started recruiting our professional Soldiers. In this paper I tried to describe Slovakian recruiting policy, which for me seems to be an ethical problem. Even though we have a...
    • Wounded warriors.

    • Dudley Jr., Timothy
    • The war on terror has raged on for six years now with no end in sight. Technology and training has reduced the number of casualties, but increased the number of wounded. The current medical and benefits system was not designed for the large amount...


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