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Our Army has been at war for more than a decade, and our Soldiers have repeatedly proven themselves in combat by completing multiple deployments. Now that we have returned to a garrison environment, there is a need to bridge the basics.
Chandler explained even further that there are three fundamental characters inherent in Soldiers to be true professionals: character, commitment and competence.
A vigorous campaign is promised by the chairman to address ethics in the military.
Set the example! Do not expect your Soldiers to do anything you aren’t willing to do. It doesn’t matter if you’ve served your time, been there and done that. If you aren’t willing to remain a Soldier from the day you began until your retirement date, don’t be shocked when your Soldiers behave likewise.
What leadership is looking at with regard to manning is how the Army will look across the force — from the brigade combat teams, enablers, the engineer forces, reconnaissance and clearance forces, and how the mix is worked, Barclay said.
Sgt. Joshua Lanzet 715th Military Intelligence Battalion 500th MI Brigade The 715th Military Intelligence Battalion, 500th MI Brigade, differs from many other units throughout the Army. We support and maintain real-world missions, 24/7, 365 days. The Soldiers who comprise the 715th stare down our nation’s potential adversaries on a daily basis. In our battle space, […]
Linking ideas and experiences of the past and the ideas and challenges of today can only make the Army stronger.