Project Description In support of my capstone project, I assessed and will submit a redesigned proposal with developmental recommendations for reformation of a solid POI for the SPCC that takes place at the Army Logistics University. In this, I have identified the foremost purpose for this redesign as the following: The investment in the education and training of rising leadership is vital to the long-term success of our sustainment support staff and the services provided. With this course providing training in modular force operations for newly selected command designees that enables them to function effectively throughout their command tour it is very important to make sure that the training is substantive. Therefore the main focus is to assure that training is current and emerging sustainment doctrine and leadership topics for commanders on the National Guard, Reservist and Active Duty levels is most essential.
Total Soldier Concept The Total Soldier concept is what every soldier should stride to be, it is the the idea of acting as a professional soldier in every way at all times no matter the situation in which you find yourself. It is basing everything you do of the army values
Senior Final Essay I am Cadet 2LT Siomara Munoz. I have been in the JROTC program for four years. Four years ago when I first stepped foot onto this school, I had no idea how much JROTC would mean to me. My freshman year I met some of the coolest and most caring people that mentored me through the program. They taught me how to drill, march and all the basic commands one needed to know. I was very involved with football concessions and after school practices. JROTC taught me many life lessons that I will never forget. Through this I have become the best version of myself and a leader. There are many things that I would have
“How JROTC has prepared me to be a better citizen of the United states of America”. JROTC has prepared me to become a better citizen by teaching me how to use leadership skills and be able to cope with subordinates. It also has prepared me to be a better citizen by showing me what the 7 army values are and what they mean. Some of the army values are respect, honor, integrity, and personal courage. JROTC has showed me how to do things different from the way I thought things should be done and how to march and be able to keep a company and platoon together when marching. Since I know a lot about the JROTC I am able to help other people become better citizens like I was taught. I am also a better citizen because i have the discipline not to do certain things that I did before I took the JROTC class.
I was in MC JROTC for four years in high school I've seen a lot of my friends graduate and go to MCR the Paris Island and come back changed they come back with a sense of pride in who they are and what they represent and I wanted to be just like that so Throughout high school I pushed myself I became part of the drill team and the colors are commander I work to make a better today at court so the program will improve there were many challenges I face because I've learned that one of the hardest things to do is to lead a group of your own. But no matter what I made sure that any cadet under my charge was heading in the right direction one of my closest friends who are serving in the Marine Corps taught me that leadership is a lesson that never stops that there's always room to grow as a leader and I see that he was right
Throughout my high school career, I have been involved in the MCJROTC Raider Battalion. This program has greatly developed my leadership abilities and my ability to use leadership to benefit the whole unit instead of just myself. This is where JROTC really made me a better leader – it honed my ability to lead as part of a team. This year, I am the
As a squad leader and a sergeant in JROTC I've learned many things like how to march myself and other cadets, how to teach in my own way, and how to become more independent of me. These three skills have all been a huge accomplishment from the person I was before joining the program. I have become cadet of the month and taught others how to do the same. Although some may not like my leadership
-Did you feel officer training was beneficial? -Did you or will you change your leadership style or approach to your officer position because of this training?
Officers of my unit will have maximum time to accomplish their duties; they will not have to accomplish mine. I will earn their respect and confidence as well as that of my soldiers. I will be loyal to those with whom I serve; seniors, peers, and subordinates alike. I will exercise initiative by taking appropriate action in the absence of orders. I will not compromise my integrity, nor my moral courage. I will not forget, nor will I allow my comrades to forget that we are professionals, Noncommissioned Officers, leaders!
MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD SUBJECT: How I would return Det. 775 to number 1 as Cadet Wing Commander 1. Being Cadet Wing Commander is something that I really want to do. Before coming to Detachment 775, since coming to USC I have learned that we were once the number one small detachment in the nation and as Cadet Wing Commander I will everything I can in order to return it that status. In order to do this I will try to get everyone involved, I would make sure everyone is on the same page as far as rules, goals, and information being distributed, and I would change PT to accommodate more cadets.
The season started off well. The team voted for my I learned how to delegate tasks to different members while taking into account their past performance. I learned how to work seriously, take pride in your work, and carry your team's banner to success. I learned that sacrifices have to be made for your team, and I learned to set my bar higher than anyone else. Above all, I learned the value of hard work and
The life lessons of a young Army Armored Crewman trusted into the life of an Infantry Company was new to myself and up in the air to complete shenanigans. Being my first deployment in the Army and new to the Infantry’s mindset and how much they all like to walk the deployment was about to have its ups and downs.
My time in the military has shown me that I have a need for order and discipline. I want to instill this trait into my subordinates and affectively give them the tools to succeed and complete the mission both home and abroad. I lead from the front and never leave those willing to strive for betterment. My plan involves completing my degree and obtaining the knowledge level needed to effectively take care of and train my replacements in true values, pride in ownership and family values. A stepping stone is that anyone can learn from anyone, even if it’s what not to do. I challenge myself to right all the wrong styles of leadership that I have experienced throughout my career and be that exception to the policy/good ole boy club members. The Air Force can change with assistance from those willing to make the change. I have given blood for my countries ideals and know I will give my every effort to help produce the most capable and experience airmen for the purpose set by our CINC. I
Guided Principles: The Mission, The Men, and ME This will be the end to my third semester of ROTC and to my college career, it hasn’t been the easiest of walks, nor has it been the hardest. I have made a handful of close friends along the way and lost a few at the same time, but this is all part of the learning process. For myself it is hard to just pick three Guiding Principles that have been outlined from the book, The Mission, The Men, and Me. I believe I could talk all day about lessons learned.
I called you today to talk to you about the DSD program. The Chief told me that he has seen you stand out above your peers as a knowledgeable crew chief, and believes it would be best that you share your knowledge to the new airman in technical school before they arrive at their first base. I definitely see everything he said about you. Since you first arrived, you hit the ground running. You constantly provide new ideas and you have outside the box views that help us create new processes and improve upon our existing ones.