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    challenging recruiting environment thanks to close relationships they have built not just with potential applicants, but also their parents, teachers, coaches and community leaders who influence their decisions to join the military (Miles, 2013). The U.S. Army rarely target college students, unemployment agencies and temporary employment agencies. This would be another one of my targets for this campaign. Most college students find out very fast that after graduation, even with a degree, trying to find an

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    Edward Vernon Rickenbacker, more commonly known as “Eddie”, was the third of eight children, born to William and Elizabeth Rickenbacker in Columbus, Ohio on October 8, 1890. Just as most adolescent boys, he went through a defiant stage. As a child, he was quite the delinquent, for he began smoking at the age of 5 and often spent time with a group of ornery kids called the “Horsehead Gang.” He was quickly whipped into shape by his father, however, who tragically died at a construction site in 1904

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    weaponry and communication aids into the military. Since the onset of World War I there has been a debate on how to most effectively use these new airplanes in the Army’s collection. Most individuals believed that airplanes should be under control of the Army theater commander, while very

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    the United States Army we are taught to live by the Seven Army Values. They are broken down to us in the acronym ‘LDRSHIP’ which is short for Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity and Personal Courage. We are all taught these 7 Army values repeatedly from day one in the United States Army. First we memorize these values. Then we are trained to live by them. All of these 7 values coincide with each other, and play an important roll in our Army lives. These 7 Army Values also play

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    When one sees the word selfless-service, he or she literally sees the words self and less, followed by service. Self refers to an individual (in this case, it refers to one’s own interests) and less indicates a lack of, or without. Service can be a synonym of the word volunteering or duty. Therefore, the term selfless service must literally mean the lack of the pursuit of one’s own interests for the betterment of others. There is no measurement of selfless service. No matter what the scenario or

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    The Seven Army Values

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    There are seven Army Values that all human beings should believe in. There are three values I see as strengths, and as areas to improve in my personal life. Those values are Respect, Selfless Service, and Honor. I will be writing about all three in this essay. The first Army Value I see as a strength is Respect. I chose the Army Value respect because that’s something I would want someone to give me. In my eyes, when you first met someone, your first impression or their first impression determines

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    7 army values

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    Army Values Army Values and the Leader LOYALTY Leaders who demonstrate loyalty: Bear true faith and allegiance in the correct order to the Constitution, the Army, and the organization. Observe higher headquarters' priorities. Work within the system without manipulating it for personal gain. DUTY Leaders who demonstrate devotion to duty: Fulfill obligations-professional, legal, and moral. Carry out mission requirements. Meet professional standards. Set the example. Comply with

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    The Army Standards

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    The Army Standards The Army Standards Jimmie Leigh Simmons Dr. Tina M. Lamb Business Ethics 301 Abstract The Army is nothing like any other military worldwide. They set themselves apart from all other militaries. The standards are held to a higher level than most. I enjoy being in the Army. As a Noncommissioned officer we are charged to uphold the standard and in force the standards. We must groom soldiers to be a great product of the Army. There are measures we take into making a great

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    Observation Paper

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    The company I decided to observe is the United States Army I have been working in the Army for the past seven years, I’ve been deployed a total of three times to Iraq and Afghanistan. In the time I have been in the Army gives me a good opportunity to describe this organization. Mission of the Army The mission of the Army is to prepare the force for unified land operations, responds to threats, sustains and protects the force, and builds military relationships that develop partner defense capacity

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    According to the Army, Loyalty is to bear true faith and allegiance to the U.S. constitution, the Army, and other Soldiers. Loyal means to be devoted, faithful, and trustworthy. Therefore, no matter what situation you find yourself in at wartime or peacetime you have to be faithful, trustworthy, and devoted to the nation, the people and its customs and traditions. For instance, if I were going through a financial problem and a foreigner came up to me and offered to pay me lump sum of money to give

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