There are two main reasons why I want to become an Officer. First of all, I want to make a difference in the training of Reserve Soldiers. Second of all, I enjoy challenges and becoming an Officer would be a new challenge that I would take with complete seriousness and would excel in. I have been in the United States Army Reserves for almost ten years. During these ten years I have became very proficient at my MOS, which is a 12N and I have been deployed to Iraq in 2003. Training soldiers is the job I enjoy the most. Over the years, I have also had a chance to see and experience training and missions as an enlisted soldier. I remember all of the soldier complaints and mission complications. A great mentor once told me, the only way to ameliorate the headaches that come along with being a Reserve Soldier is to move up in the ranks. This is what I desire to do. Honestly I do not fully understand all the responsibilities of a Commissioned Officer. However, I do know that they are responsible for the majority of the planning. With my teaching background, my experience as an enlisted soldier, as a Noncommissioned Officer, and my experience with soldiers, I can make battle assemblies more worthwhile and meaningful to all soldiers alike. I first handedly know what soldiers enjoy and I do have many great ideas that will without a doubt ensure high moral with in any unit I am assigned to. I absolutely love being in the United States Army and I live by the Army values. Learning new skills and being challenged are things that I take pleasure in. Becoming a Commissioned Officer would allow me to apply my knowledge and experience to the operations side of the Army. The Army will extremely benefit from my ambition and determination. Becoming a Commissioned Officer would be a challenge I would like to
Why I want to be an Army Officer
When I first enlisted, I did not know where my military career would take me. Back at that time, I thought that I may only complete my initial enlistment and move on to other professional pursuits. However, over the past nine years I have come to embrace all that the United States military stands for. I believe that service as an Army officer is a distinguished honor that is surrounded with a rich history of all who have served and sacrificed before me.
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The United States Army is one of the main factors that allows America to be a free and democratic country. The Army defends, protects, and honors the United States of America. Ever since I was a young boy, I saw greatness in the United States Army and hoped to one day be a part of it. I always envisioned myself in a leadership position and when I decided to join the Army, I knew being an officer was for me. To me, being an officer in the U.S. Army is a career unlike any other. There….
the pay, and the responsibility/satisfaction of performing the job and accomplishing the missions.
As a sergeant in the Army, I was pushed and a lot was asked of me compared to a solider E-4 and below. In the Army the rank structure is such that the biggest difference in the enlisted ranks is at sergeant, everything below is a "soldier" (well, everyone is a solider in the army, but in this context hopefully you can understand), and everything from E-5 to E-7 is called "sergeant" regardless of actual….
At eight years old, I loved watching Law and Order. I would stay up waiting for the show to come on. It was fun to watch because the detectives on the show get to go to different states to solve crime. I like how detectives get to work on the mission for a long time, and they get to sit down and talk to the family and ask them what happened and who was close to the victim. After questioning and observing, the detectives take all the information back to the lab. There, they get closer to finding the….
For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to be a police officer. My mother tells me that I left the womb saying “Freeze, Police!” I’m sure that it was the lights and sirens on a police vehicle that infatuated me. Maybe it was because a police officer carried a gun and had the ability to run red lights. As I grew up, cops and robbers was always a favorite game and I was always the cop.
As I grew older, I realized that a police officer was nothing like I thought. I started to understand the….
WHY I WANT TO BE A POLICE OFFICER
Why I Want To Be a Police Officer
Career Choices in Criminal Justice
Dr. Darwin L. Driggers, Ybor Campus
October 11, 2011
Why I Want To Be a Police Officer
For as long as I can remember I have wanted to be a police officer. I’m sure, as a little boy, what first caught my attention were the flashing lights and sirens on the police cars. It could have also been then the facts that police officer were permitted to carry a gun and had the ability to run….
Fire Officer 1
March 4, 2014
Why I Want To Be A Fire Officer
It will be fourteen year in May since the first time I said I wanted to be a fire officer. I remember being at the academy with my classmates as we talked about what we would like to accomplish in the fire department. One thing I said that echoes in the back of my mind is that I wanted to make a difference in the fire department and the community by bringing new innovated ideas and not trying to fix anything that’s not….
duties and responsibilities of a police officer. Their main duty and responsibility is to enforce the law and make sure that we live in a safe environment. There is lots of variety in this job. No two days will be the same for a police officer. One day they might be doing traffic tickets anther day they might have to break up a bar fight or be involved in a high speed chase. Police Officers are always working with different people in different situations. This is why there is so much variety. cops have….
Discuss your reasons for wanting to become a Naval Nurse Officer. (Limit 2500 characters)
As a young man entering my senior year of high school, my mind races as I try to figure out what it is that I’ll commit my life to. What will be the driving passion, the purpose of my existence, the reason I get out of bed every morning to face another day of this life? Some people would try to encourage me to choose a career simply for its potential to make me wealthy. However, looking at the degenerate lives….