NCO Journal April 2021 Articles
The official magazine of noncommissioned officer professional development
Irregular warfare will continue to be a part of military operations well into the future. As a result of IW, and its continued use by both state and nonstate actors, leaders at all echelons must understand the effects that it will have on their organizations and the best practices to prepare for it. By doing so, the U.S. Army will build positive relationships and better share the responsibilities of global defense.
Article published on: April 16, 2020
Closing the Digital Divide
Today’s digital footprint is spreading but leaving millions of people behind due to their geography or financial situations. It’s time to level the playing field and offer high speed internet, and the opportunities and benefits that come with it, to everyone.
Article published on: April 13, 2020
Centralized Boards Need a Clearer Picture of NCO Performance
In its current state, the NCOER does not provide centralized board members a clear picture of NCO performance. This article suggests changes to strengthen the NCO Corps, better inform centralized board members, and ensure the Army aligns the most qualified NCOs for promotion.
Article published on: April 02, 2020