"United States Army" Essays and Research Papers

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  • United States Army and Respect

    Respect RESPECT HAS BEEN a distinctive US Army value since 1778 when Frederick William Baron von Steuben noted that a US officer.s first objective should be to treat his men .with every possible kindness and humanity..1 So it was not surprising when the US Army identified respect as oneof its seven values. In 1998 respect language gave the Army a powerful way to organize ongoing discussions about discrimination and harassment.2 The previous year.s headlines had been filled with allegations of

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  • Discipline: United States Army and Soldier

    The Importance Of Being disciplined/keeping an appearance In The U.S. Army The following essay is a compilation of my personal experiences‚ definitions‚ and examples of how discipline is important to surviving in today’s U.S. Army. Discipline is increased when one constantly adheres to the standards set by his superiors and maintains not only his bering‚ but appearance as well. Discipline is: acting in accordance with the rules put in place and behaving in accordance to the rules of conduct

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  • Responsibility Of A Leader In The United States Army

    point of my leadership philosophy is to convey to you what is important to me as a leader and how it will affect our relationships both professionally and personally. I am currently serving in my 12th consecutive year of active duty in the United States Army. I started off at Fort Lewis‚ WA with the 38th Engineer Company as a Human Resource Specialist (42A) working in the company training room. I was the one 42A in an entire company of combat engineers. I was “raised” as a line Soldier with a

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  • United States Army and Responsibility

    Accountability This is my 2500 word essay about responsibility and keeping accountability of my personal equiptment. Responsibility the state or fact of being accountable or to blame for something. Personal responsibility is demonstrating your follow-through initiative and a personal commitment to being accountable to your personal belongings. Being responsible in the US Army has got to be of the utmost importance in my opinion. Being unrespossible of your property can lead to a secrurity breach or worse

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  • United States Army and Mr. Gary P.

    Professor. Barbara Donald I. Introduction a. My research paper will cover leadership and the skills needed to be a successful leader. b. The leader in my field that I choose is Mr. Gary P. Martin‚ who is currently serving as the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) Deputy to the Commanding General. c. The purpose of this paper is to identify the leadership skills and what traits my leader has for success. d. The main ideas of my paper are‚ why I choose

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  • Leadership and Discipline in the United States Army

    Leadership and Discipline in the United States Army The tasks of an infantryman can range from mundane activities like scraping wax off of floors to adrenaline pumping activities like jumping out of airplanes or avoiding enemy gunfire. Whether a United States Army Infantryman is conducting area beautification in garrison or clearing a landing zone during a deployment‚ the common denominator in all infantryman tasks is leadership and the discipline of the soldier to follow the directives and orders

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  • The United States Army Profession Of Arms

    The Profession of Arms A member of the Army does not simply become an Army professional overnight. The Army professional‚ as a member of the Profession of Arms‚ is bound to uphold two great commitments. The first is commitment in service of the American people. Our government derives its authority from the will of the people and through this we receive our mandate to uphold and preserve the Constitution. The second commitment of the Army professional is to his or her fellow soldiers. The lethality

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  • Qualities Important in Becoming an Officer in the United States Army

    I don’t believe anyone could argue that it takes a good amount of leadership in order to become a successful United States Military Academy cadet‚ as well as an officer in the United States Army. This is almost certainly one of the first things someone would look for in a strong officer. A strong leader can impact his soldiers in various ways. If your soldiers don’t stand behind you‚ and don’t have faith in you‚ they are more prone to disagree with or disobey your orders. Aside from leadership

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  • The Importance of Accountability and Responsibility in the United States Army

    The Importance of Accountability and Responsibility in the United States Army The following essay is definitions‚ and examples of how responsibility‚ accountability and time management are important to succeeding in today’s Army. Responsibility is increased when soldiers have a single‚ clear set of rules that apply to a specific event. When the guidelines are unclear‚ or when more than one set of rules seems to apply to an event‚ responsibility is decreased. Responsibility is: the obligation

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  • United States Army Training and Doctrine Command: Training Regulation

    Department of the Army Headquarters‚ United States Army Training and Doctrine Command Fort Monroe‚ Virginia 23651-1047 8 May 2007 Training *TRADOC Regulation 350-6 ENLISTED INITIAL ENTRY TRAINING (IET) POLICIES AND ADMINISTRATION History. This regulation is a rapid action revision. The portions affected by this rapid action revision are listed in the summary of change. Summary. This United States (U.S.) Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Regulation 350-6 prescribes policies and procedures

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