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    Soldier Accountaability

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    How it pertains to the Chain of Command: Soldier accountability is the one of the main responsibilities of the leadership in the Army. Whether it comes from the Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) support channel or from the actual chain of command. The NCO support channel plays the biggest role in the accountability process. During any type of formation you will notice that the process starts with team leaders ensuring their team is all present passing the information through the squad leader to the

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    The Responsibilities of a Soldier As an opening I will be giving a short summary on the different responsibilities a soldier has and what I will be covering in this essay. The Army itself is a large responsibility that every soldier has. As I’m often told it’s the little stuff that really matter because all the little things amount to bigger things. Each and every soldier is responsible for their appearance‚ being on time‚ physical fitness and a good deal of other thing that form their responsibilities

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    Becoming a Soldier

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    of Becoming a Soldier               To become a soldier in the military requires a certain personality‚ one that enjoys a challenge‚ possesses a stronger than average work ethic and has a desire to conquer and master new aspects. However‚ becoming a combat soldier requires advanced training that covers the operation of specific weapons‚ furthering training with explosives‚ combat first aid and advanced operational tactics with each soldier field. The process of becoming a soldier can be interesting

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    Soldier Life

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    What it means to be a professional soldier Before becoming a professional soldier‚ to become a professional of anything means being dedicated to your professional development both for yourself and for those people who are affected by your work. It is about being trustworthy‚ reliable and committed. Being professional means being an expert. It means being competent and skilful‚ but it also means behaving in an ethical way. It means putting others first‚ and acting in the best interests of the public

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    Ideal Soldier

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    1101-18 March 18‚ 2010 The True Definition of an Ideal Soldier “God of our fathers‚ who by land and sea have ever lead us to victory‚ please continue your inspiring guidance in this the greatest of all conflicts. Strengthen my soul so that the weakening instinct of self-preservation‚ which besets all of us in battle‚ shall not blind me to my duty to my own manhood‚ to the glory of my calling‚ and to my responsibility to my fellow soldiers. Grant to our armed forces that disciplined valor and mutual

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    Discipline as a Soldier

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    grades. If you use discipline in athletics you gain success in being a recognized athlete which can lead to scholarships and awards. In this case using discipline as a soldier can lead you to a successful career‚ obtaining promotions and respect. A small number of disciplined soldiers can easily defeat a large number of undisciplined soldiers. A person with a disciplined life style will provide them happiness. As a student discipline is shown and instilled in you. You are required to do certain task from

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    Accountability is also a very important part of an enlisted and a None Comisiond Officers jobs. The enlisted soldier is responsible for all items issued to issued to him weather it be a weapon‚ Night Vision Gogles‚ clothes‚ a vehicle‚ or some TA-50‚ a feild manual‚ medication (morphine‚ demoral‚ or any narcotics)‚ BII‚ etc. The None Comissioned Officer’s responsibility is to make sure that the soldier is accountable for the items and has eyes on these items when need‚ so that he can report it to his higher

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    Child Soldiers

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    A child soldier any person under the age of 18 who is a member of an armed force or political group (government or otherwise). These young combatants participate in all aspects of contemporary warfare. They wield AK-47s and M-16s on the front lines of combat‚ serve as human mine detectors‚ participate in suicide missions‚ carry supplies‚ and act as spies‚ messengers or lookouts. Some are even recruited as sexual slaves. Physically vulnerable and easily intimidated‚ children typically make obedient

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    The Brave Tin Soldier

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    cannot catch a good break. The Brave Tin Soldier‚ by Hans Christian Andersen‚ represents just this. Throughout the entire story‚ a tin soldier is plagued with many difficulties and setbacks from the time he was created. This soldier can relate to a great amount of men‚ women‚ and children; specifically those born with disabilities. Although these disabilities may be very prominent‚ that does not mean one cannot overcome them and become great. The tin soldier‚ for example‚ was very poor‚ missing a leg

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    a bit. The soldiers learn to self-anesthetize to not feel (Scurfield). When I say not feel‚ I mean not feel emotions. The reason for doing this is because when a friend or another soldier dies‚ they do not want their emotions to get the best of them. The negative about detachment is that the soldiers get so used to doing this that they go home and still begin to use detachment (Scurfield). They cannot feel the normal emotions like everyone else can. For example‚ a child of the soldiers is to pass

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