NCO Journal January 2015 Articles
The official magazine of noncommissioned officer professional development
SMA Dailey: “I am merely a product of the best the Army has ever had to offer”
Before administering the oath of office to Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel A. Dailey, Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Ray Odierno explained what it is he believes Dailey will bring to the office.
Article published on: January 31, 2015
Recruiting offers NCOs opportunity to enhance Army
When Master Sgt. Donald Gallagher joined the Army Reserve, he already knew he wanted to be a recruiter. His interest in recruiting started with friends talking about their own experiences in the field. It seemed to him like a very fulfilling assignment.
Article published on: January 29, 2015
NCOs Take Over Training at New THAAD Schoolhouse
WASHINGTON — Soldiers destined to operate the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system will now learn their trade from fellow Soldiers.
Article published on: January 28, 2015
Maintenance NCOs Help Keep Army Moving
A lot can go wrong with Soldiers’ means of transportation in the heat of battle — from something dramatic like a vehicle rollover to the more mundane breakdown of air conditioning. Arriving to help in those situations are the NCOs and Soldiers of the maintenance military occupational specialties — the 91 series.
Article published on: January 20, 2015
USARAF G-6 NCOs demonstrate leadership, planning skills to forces across Africa
The NCOs of U.S. Army Africa’s G-6 directorate adapt to many challenges as they work alongside African partner nations to provide communication support for operations and exercises in areas with few resources.
Article published on: January 13, 2015
Soldier For Life Sets Transitioning NCOs on Path to Success
As the Army draws down, the NCOs at U.S. Army Human Resources Command at Fort Knox, Ky., are working to set up every transitioning noncommissioned officer for success in the civilian world. A proper transition for the Soldier will begin with the Soldier Life Cycle initiative, which was implemented Oct. 1, to better prepare him or her for post-Army life by ensuring that he or she has all of the necessary tools, opportunities and counseling, officials said.
Article published on: January 6, 2015