NCO Journal July 2019 Articles
The official magazine of noncommissioned officer professional development
Tools and Measures for NCO Talent Assessment
Without well-defined rubrics, assessments may not be standardized across leaders. This results in performance disparities, and ultimately, affects long-term Soldier development.
Article published on: July 26, 2019
Iranian Influence in Latin America
It is heavily documented that Iran has infiltrated South America, especially throughout the TBA. The U.S. is taking steps to combat narcoterrorism thoughout the region, but it is imperative that Paraguay, Argentina, and Brazil work together to establish a long-term solution to their corruption and crime problems.
Article published on: July 19, 2019
Integrating the Decisive Action Training Environment
Everything from politics, economics, religion, infrastructure, technology, and even social media has the potential to dramatically affect mission outcome. Incorporating these factors, as well as current operational environment (OE) variables are all part of the Army's Decisive Action Training Environments (DATE) training.
Article published on: July 12, 2019
FM 3-0: Operations
As the focus on COIN operations shifts to a LSCO-oriented mindset to prepare for near-peer threats, FM 3-0 is a standardized guide that allows Soldiers to develop training and tactics with the future battlefield in mind.
Article published on: July 10, 2019
Operations to Consolidate Gains
There is more to modern warfare than just conquering territory. In today's global climate, winning battles (especially against terrorist organizations) and quickly leaving creates a perpetual war as new terrorist organizations easily replace the defeated ones in destabilized countries.
Article published on: July 2, 2019