First off Congrats on the promotion to a very distinguished rank, part of the elite officers of the Armed Forces. I know it is well deserved. I appreciate the opportunity I was bestowed to meet you and also having my spouse be a part of your leadership team. I wish the best for you and your family as you pursue the next leg of your military
As a member of the Special Reaction Team we are all very close but remember to give the proper custom and courtesy to all the NCOs and officers.
Cold War Family Letters – By Mitchell Rickards September 14th To My Dear Mother, Father and Siblings, It’s been quite some time since I wrote to you all last. I am so grateful for the two or three letters that I have received from you. The letters have helped me so much through these tough time and knowing once this war is finally over know I can return to a loving family. I’ve been in Maryland since the last time I wrote a letter to you and have had to deal with few injuries and casualties in two very hard battles in Maryland and fortunately I came out with no diseases. I see a great deal and could tell you a lot more than I can write if I could see you face to face. Our regiment did not have too many men wounded or killed compared to the
Everybody in their life has to look in the mirror, and ask this question. “What do I wanna do with my life,” well I decided I want to live a life of adrenaline in the United States Marine Corps. I don’t know why people always stare at funny when I say I’m going into the military after high school. If anything I’d think they’d be appreciative. Considering the fact I’ve already contracted.
I would like to be a part of the WSU Army ROTC program because I have a lot of potential to offer and I want to develop into a full fledged Army officer. The military path is something I have always wanted to pursue since junior year of high school. The influence of growing up in a Navy family helped shaped my decision to enlist in the Army National Guard. I was fortunate enough to be advanced from PV2 to PFC at the end of BCT on November 2016. During Initial Entry Training I realized that my goals and beliefs were aligned with beliefs such as the Army Values and LDRSHIP principles. After learning about the Army values and LDRSHIP principles, I integrated these beliefs into my everyday life as a soldier and a working student.
As construction at the Jefferson Barracks Division continues, both the veterans and staff are anticipating the changes being made and how they can benefit from them. With things improving on the campus, veterans will be sure that they are receiving the best care possible, which is a great way to honor them for their service.
In response to the current vacancy announcement for Sergeant First Class, I respectfully request consideration for assignment as Assistant Station Commander of Hope Station. In my 17 years of dedicated service, I have gained the experience that accurately represents my comprehension of supervisory principles. The attributes I possess, in addition to my experience, adaptability, leadership qualities, and assignment history, are essential to succeed at the next level of supervision. It is my goal to advance in rank and further my career in a higher leadership role. My job-related knowledge and skills include more than16 years of Field Operations exposure at various stations throughout Troop B and Troop E Bloomfield Station. My diverse
I want to talk for a few minutes with you about the future of NHS- what it means for you, the 200 awesome members who have contributed thousands of hours of community service in the last 30 weeks alone, changes I hope to see next year, and how I believe I’m the right person to bring about these changes. You may know me from the emails or tweets I send out to let you know about what’s happening in NHS, as this year I served as our Communications Secretary. During my time in this office, I got to know how each leader- the President, Vice-President, Tutoring Liaisons, Recording Secretaries- how they fit in and what they did to keep NHS running. Between watching what they each did and being in student council, I learned a lot about what it means
I must say that I appreciate your service and welcome you home, and I am
To Whomever it may concern, I am grateful to have been able to pick up an application for this summer camp program. I know I will have fun learning all this new material that I can apply to real life. On the other hand, I will become better at peer relations, teamwork, and leadership- which currently I’m working on getting better at, so Camp Med will also help me become a better person in general. This is why Camp Med directors should let me attend this program because I have committed myself to developing into a better person to prepare myself for a career in the medical field. One more reason for why I am interested in Camp Med is because I have a passion for learning about medical related subjects, but Camp Med will allow me to be educated
It is with great pride and without reservation that I write this letter recommending HM2 Malcom for acceptance to Field Medical Training Battalion (FMTB).
I know you're probably going to be upset me and him sorry that I decided not to do the conference. you and this program mean a lot to me, so I decided I did not want to do anything to embarrass you. I have been something having something going on with me medically for about since May 2017, I thought I would get better and the doctors have been running tests to see what is going on. Yesterday, I wake up with big welts on my face and they still can do what is needed with my month, until they know whats going on. I hope you forgive me but I decided it is better that I don't go into this conference. With my appearance and the way I'm talking or unable to talk, I would make everyone who works hard on this and myself look bad and unprofessional.
To better service our new employees, a hybrid orientation will be implemented to train them on their responsibilities, objectives, and day-to-day functions (Benefits of). The combat medic course coordinator orientation will require three days of orientation due to the importance of paperwork and attention to detail. The combat medic course coordinator is a position that is mandated by the Army Emergency Medical Services (EMS) to be the liaison between the agency and the individuals’ unit. Army EMS is the bridge between all combat medics and the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) (Envision, n.d.).
Dear, Veterans I really truly appreciate the all the risk you guys did to us to protect us in this country. And I hope that you are having a great day! Thank you guys for giving us freedom for this country if we didn't have freedom then
Today’s society has seen an increase of unpredictable violent events that require an increasing need for tactical medical responders. While some if not all departments in the United States have a form of Tactical Emergency Medical Support, in the present time it almost seems as if there is a growing need for awareness, education, and personnel to have a tactical mindset. Tactical Emergency Medical Support is an out-of-hospital EMS system that focuses on medical support for law enforcement special operations missions. Although most emergency situations involve routine-like situations such as a mild allergic reaction or a person going in to cardiac arrest, Emergency Medical Responders need to be prepared for the unexpected. Multiple