After attending the University of South Carolina in Columbia on a three-year ROTC scholarship, Themistocles “Themie” Karavites served six years as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. Commissioned as a lieutenant, he went on to earn a number of active duty awards including two Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medals, a Navy Unit Commendation, a Meritorious Unit Commendation, and a Humanitarian Service Medal. Themie Karavites ultimately ascended to the rank of captain and supervised officer selection for candidates throughout central and southeast Virginia.
The Navy has had few leaders who completely transformed the service branch in its entirety. Hyman G. Rickover was one of those individuals. ADMIRAL RICKOVER REVOLUTIONIZED NAVAL WARFARE WITH THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE NUCLEAR SUBMARINE, PROMOTED SAFETY AS THE NUMBER ONE PRIORITY OF THE NUCLEAR PROGRAM, CHANGED THE CULTURE OF THE NAVY, AND WAS A TRANSFORMATIVE LEADER WITH UNIQUE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES THAT PERMANENTLY ALTERED THE SUBMARINE COMMUNITY.
I served as the 24th MI BN HHSC Training Room NCOIC. My duties and responsibilities include developing and maintaining all training records, monitoring, scheduling, and preparing training for NCOs and junior enlisted soldiers. I assisted Soldiers in scheduling service school attendance, as well as schedule MOS related development training. I tracked and maintained all Army Mandatory Training, Intelligence Security Command Mandatory Training, and advised the Operations Readiness NCOs on deployment training tolerances. I attended BN level meetings, such as Battalion Command and Staff, as well as Battalion Training Meetings. As a Staff Sergeant, I served as the Battalion S2 NCOIC of a MI BN with four geographically separated Companies conducting
Introduction Currently I am the acting Section Sergeant in Bravo Troop 1-73 Cav, 2nd BCT, 82nd ABN DIV. I began my career October 2009 and was stationed at Ft Richardson AK, with 3rd Battalion 509th Infantry. In my tenure there I served in positions spanning from the assistant gunner to squad leader, and also the Fire Direction Center (FDC) check and chief. While serving as a gunner/ team leader we deployed to Eastern Afghanistan in
1. Forwarded with my highest recommendation for selection to the Direct Commission Engineer (DCE) Program. 2. Petty Officer Gainer is a highly motivated, hard working, dedicated and intelligent leader. He has continuously demonstrated his determination and commitment to the Coast Guard core values by pursuing his professional, education, and Coast Guard goals. He
EVALUATION SUBMITTED UPON GENERAL DISCHARGE FROM ACTIVE SERVICE. A solid Petty Officer who handles the most challenging tasks with ease. - Competent Supervisor. As assistant supervisor, he led eight sailors in the maintenance and upkeep of FRCMA Oceana’s 65,000 sq. ft. facility resulting in
On March 5,2017 at 11:15 myself and the rest of first squad to include squad cadre SSG Nichols and SSG Parker began to move out on a foot patrol towards an training ambush that was to take place in the vicinity of the delta training site. Collectively as a squad each member was to carry his/her ruck filled with a course provided packing list, in addition to what each squad member had in his/her ruck sack there were assigned member of the squad to carry items recognized as squad items needed to carry out assigned training task and battle drills. As the squad moved along a shot azimuth and planed route the route chosen lead the squad through swamped terrain with uneven surfaces and obstacles to overcome through the squads moment. As myself and
-Exceptional Leader and Mentor. Skillfuly managed six personnel while performing the roll of night check work center supervisor. Additionally, he trained and qualified four CDQAR's, 5 CDI's,12 Plane Captains and led five others to be certified as Enlisted Aviation Warfare
Sir, Battalion Focus: CCRI preparation, SATB preparation, 1. "Sustain the Force and Enhance the Team": Senior Leaders from 304th and 41st Signal Battalion met Thursday, 01 JUN 17 to conduct a Leader Professional Development seminar on Trust and a 5 mile hike around Camp Madison. Participants include Battalion Command Teams, Company Command Teams, and Platoon Leaders. Facilitated by CPT (CH) Budez, leaders were immersed in interactive scenarios, presentations, and discussions designed to provide tools for self-evaluation, relationship building, and team development. This LPD was a great opportunity to bridge the gap between our two organizations.
trial of DBT skills training compared to standard group therapy for the treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder (Chugani, Ghali, and Brunner, 2013). The study found that there was a significantly lower dropout rate as well as greater reductions in depression and general psychiatric in subjects receiving DBT skills training.
I view conflict as a positive, especially when working as part of a team on a group project. If the conflict is positive in nature ten it will surely lead to better decision-making and a wider acceptance of the decisions. It can also generate more creative and innovative solutions within
That would allow him to later become General MacArthur because he placed emphasis in grades and team work. Additionally, he graduate at top in his class only after completing West Point young MacArthur was ready for battle. MacArthur had demonstration he could to lead people into battle while attaining a high level of success lead to his rapid rise through the military ranks. The young MacArthur was commander of 42 Rainbow divisions where he saw battle in Vera Cruz, Mexico and two tours in the Philippines. He contributed to America’s rise in the Pacific with his battles in World War One (Stockner, 16-25).