Leadership has been described as the process of social influence in which one person can enlist the aid and support of others in the accomplishment of a common task. My grandfather and uncle are both firefighters so ever since I could comprehend things they always pushed my into the Whetstine family legacy of being a firefighter. No two days will be the same for a police officer. I, too like many Americans came to this country with my family, seeking a better life. I'm sure the officers in the Navy know what the Navy stands for And I think you should capitalize Naval Officer. Engaging in such activities especially during my off periods makes me appreciate my line of duty as a good citizen. This is also why there is lots of variety, because no two people are alike.
The best advice I had received was focus on how you would better your service. A United States Army Officer needs to not only possess leadership and intellectual abilities, but also have a proven track record that demonstrates it. Finally, the Army Officer of today needs to have a strong sense of duty and commitment to the values upon which America was founded. Navy post, I don't think either rank structure is better, but they are simply different. You offer a fairly narrow selection on poll answers, and for me, none of why I was interested in becoming an officer are listed. Learning new skills and being challenged are things that I take pleasure in.
All officers are soldiers first and I will make it a priority to remember this and to live by the Army core values no matter where my career as an officer takes me. It is this information gap that I feel the skill I have accumulated during my tenure as an enlisted officer will be necessary to inspire enlisted personnel. However, over the past thirteen years I have come to embrace all that the Army stands for. One of its power, franchisees might start with an electronic source. I have served as an enlisted soldier and have career aspirations of becoming a commissioned officer. I believe that this focus would interconnect well with the role of an officer. I had to counsil them, and on top of that I had to do my mission related duties.
But think about what the army is doing for somebody by providing free schooling. You're the one who plans everything, fixes the plans, plan some more, then fix everything that goes wrong when the plans fail. Not only do I know and understand them in the context of my military experience, but I believe in them with all of my heart and I live by them in my personal life. I remember being at the academy with my classmates as we talked about what we would like to accomplish in the fire department. Army, and I believe that, within the Army, the best way I can put all my resources to service is as an officer. Making this one of the most growing and successful experiences of my life.
The thesis statement is put into the essay introduction and it should reveal your point of view on the matter, or position you intend to support in your paper. I will set the expectation as well as the example of what it means to be an outstanding soldier. I never knew he was a lieutenant until one day I received a phone call from the barrack with a voice referring to him as Lieutenant Benet. Although the interpersonal drama and basically all other aspects of the show went over my head at age 5, the fact that those men and women saved lives was enough to keep me interested. Life for me as a soldier and a civilian has been a lesson of great resilience and profound opportunities from being homeless to becoming a member of the greatest family of one in the world the United States Army. I had a law degree when I entered the Army and I think they may have waived a few requirements though a degree in law doesn't apply to the Infantry, does it? I do not regret deciding to become a soldier since it has the greater purpose of serving my family, the locality and my country.
Your career is basically starting over and unless you managed to get a badge or tab while enlisted, no one will care what you did then. Where will be your social circle? I had my essay torn about endlessly by people, and rebuilt it and tweaked it many many times. For me I see it as a chance to do more and have more influence on Navy polices. I look forward to living a military life again, this time dressed in the uniform of my country with a greater pride and humility than ever before. Were you thinking of joining the army to do this, what is the benefit of saying that? However, I developed this idea as the best way to honour my father who looked forward to seeing me being like him in the society. Are you a leader that others will follow based on your current values, actions, and dignity and respect for others of all ranks? As an avionics technician, I strove to manage my professional and personal life, developing excellent time management, team building, and interpersonal skills. Pull something out of the hat that really shows them you understand.
Loving your country is great and by all means mention it, but tell them why their investment is well placed in you. I will also fulfill my duties and obligations with the best of my ability, for my people deserve nothing less than the best service I could render. Learning strategies can be described as any form. Units are identified by their officers: Eisenhower, Patton, Puller, Nimitz, etc. An effective leader should be leading by example and exercising the code of conduct.
You will spend countless hours doing mind-numbing staff work, planning, writing orders, emails, meetings, and then trying to run your organization if you're in command. With my education, nine years of military experience, and strong personal convictions, I know the time is finally right to serve my country at a higher level. My confidence and responsibility will help lead soldiers and push them beyond what they think their limit is. It's an investment in you by the us army. Undoubtedly an organization I want to be a part of.