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  • National Cadet Corps

    The National Cadet Corps is the Indian military cadet corps with its head Quarters at New Delhi. It is open to school and college students on voluntary basis.The National Cadet Corps in India is a voluntary organization which recruits cadets from high schools‚ colleges and Universities all over India. The Cadets are given basic military training in small arms and parades. The officers and cadets have no liability for active military service once they complete their course but are given preference

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  • Military Discipline

    soldier is moral discipline. It is intertwined with the discipline of physical and mental achievement. Total discipline overcomes adversity‚ and physical stamina draws on an inner strength that says "drive on." Former Sergeant Major of the Army William G. Bainbridge‚ 5th Sergeant Major of the Army‚ was sworn in on July 1‚ 1975 and served until June of 1979 2-46. Self-disciplined people are masters of their impulses. This mastery comes from the habit of doing the right thing. Self-discipline allows

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  • Stolen Property Case Study

    approximately $20.00. Avakian conducted a test on the gold necklace by using a magnet. The magnet immediately attached itself to the necklace. Avakian told me that meant the necklace was metal and not gold. I telephoned Sergeant Kirby and advised him of the above information. Sergeant Kirby requested Saxton be issued a citation for misdemeanor PC 496(a)-Receiving Stolen Property pending further investigation by the Pasadena Police Department Detective Bureau. I returned to the Pasadena City Jail and

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  • Enemies within

    Enemies within  When you ’re a soldier in a distant land. you expect the enemies to be outside your base. in my  essay im going to be talking about the enemies within the barbed wire pass the gates and guards  on duty. This enemy is wearing the same camouflage as you. They serve with you. They go  everywhere with you. It could be the solder on your left or the solder on the right.    Pvt. Danny Chen‚ a Private in the U.S Army was serving in Afghanistan. He was considered a  “weak” soldier by his squad mates

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  • Disrespect: Non-commissioned Officer and Soldiers Creed

    My name is specialist Matthew Steven McCarty. The following RBI is on Respect and following orders. I have to write this RBI because i disrespected Sergeant Robinson on 29OCT2014. Disrespect has no place in the Army. Disrespect will get you no where is the Army or life engeneral. Its a fast way to get you an article 15 or worse‚ out of the Army. Being disrespectful towards anyone will ruin comradie and effect mission readiness. How are others going to follow orders and get the job done if someone

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  • Sfc Macklin

    Sergeant First Class Amie M. Macklin Sergeant First Class Amie M. Macklin is originally from La Mirada‚ California. She moved to Highspire Pennsylvania when she was in 4th grade and graduated from Steelton-Highspire high school in 1996. She enlisted into the Army in September 1998 from Harrisburg‚ Pennsylvania. She served as a Personnel Service Specialist for the United States Transition Center in Fort Eustis‚ Virginia from 1999 to 2000. In March 2004‚ Sergeant First Class Macklin enlisted

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  • Supply Discipline Program: Case Study

    As a unit Supply Sergeant assigned to Delta Battery 1-43 ADA‚ SPC Hector maintained a successful Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP). He incorporated an aggressive training plan for all supply personnel improving property accountability. His extreme diligence and understanding of the CSDP enabled him to achieve a commendable rating for his supply room during the last battalion and brigade inspection. While assigned to Delta Battery as a 92Y Unit Supply Sergeant‚ SPC Hector’s solid leadership

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  • Cap Operating Instructions

    PUEBLO EAGLES COMPOSITE SQUADRON OPERATING INSTRUCTION 10-1 1 APR 2010 Administration GENERAL SQUADRON OPERATIONS This instruction prescribes general procedures for routine squadron operations. Table of Contents Page 1. Squadron Introduction and Information 1.1 Introduction 3 1.2 Definitions 3 1.3 Information 4 2. Squadron Organization 1. Flights 5 2

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  • Responsibility in the Army

    Platoon Sergeant about it‚ he had to go report it to the 1st Sergeant. When he went to report that I had left my weapon unsecure and it is now missing‚ the 1st Sergeant was already in possesion of my weapon. My Platoon informed me that I was to report to the 1st Sergeant immediately. When I arrived to the 1SG ’s desk‚ my weapon was laying on the desk completely disassembled. He asked me why he has my weapon and told him what had happened. I had to go get my Sqaud Leader so that 1st Sergeant can talk

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  • Walter D Ehlers

    City‚ Kansas‚ Ehlers joined the Army from the city of Manhattan in October 1940.[1] He and his older brother Roland served in the same unit and participated in the fighting in North Africa and Sicily.[2] By D-Day on June 6‚ 1944‚ Ehlers was a staff sergeant and squad leader in the 18th Infantry Regiment‚ 1st Infantry Division. His squad‚ part of the invasion’s second wave‚ waited off shore in a Landing Craft‚ Infantry‚ while the first group of soldiers landed. When the first wave became pinned down

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