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NCO Journal Feature Articles

Developing Strategically-Minded Enlisted Leaders
Developing Strategically-Minded Enlisted Leaders
Choosing Hardship Today for an Easier Tomorrow
Choosing Hardship Today for an Easier Tomorrow
NCOs' Roles in Multi-Domain Operations
NCOs' Roles in Multi-Domain Operations
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Is using robots in war humane? Is our society ready to make the transition from flesh-and-blood Soldiers to machines? MSG Ian M. Shaughnessey examines the complex issues surrounding combat, robot integration, and AI. Read more here https://t.co/fWATcRcXDZ #ArmyTech @USArmy
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RT @USArmyDoctrine: New! The audiobook version of FM 3-60, ARMY TARGETING is now available. FM 3-60 provides guidance on targeting processe…
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MSG Jason Pickett joins the podcast to discuss his article, "The ACFT: Soldiers Over Scores," where he argues that the ACFT score shouldn't be overemphasized when promoting Soldiers. DVIDS: https://t.co/AdVmlHqABh Spotify: https://t.co/bHz0Ry6MBS Apple: https://t.co/01Q6PMHCeg
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SGM Joseph Frost states that to build cohesive teams; modern leaders must understand the value of liker-ship in his article, "Changing the "Liker-ship" Mindset." Read here: https://t.co/bshszqIyvs #ArmyLeadership #NCOs #ArmyLeadership @USArmy @TRADOC @FORSCOM
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RT @USArmyDoctrine: How cold is too cold? The Special Doctrine team here at CADD is developing new doctrine for extreme cold weather operat…
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RT @USArmyDoctrine: How cold is too cold? The Special Doctrine team here at CADD is developing new doctrine for extreme cold weather operat…
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In his article, “What if Soldiers Acted Their “Wage?”,” 1SG Anthony Burroughs addresses how new Soldiers “quiet quitting” behavior fails the Army’s mission. Link: https://t.co/PCK02Dm3Ja #USArmy #QuietQuitting #ArmyLife @USArmy @TRADOC @FORSCOM
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In his article, “What if Soldiers Acted Their “Wage?”,” 1SG Anthony Burroughs addresses how new Soldiers “quiet quitting” behavior fails the Army’s mission. Link: https://t.co/PCK02Dm3Ja #USArmy #QuietQuitting #ArmyLife @USArmy @TRADOC @FORSCOM
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In his article, “What if Soldiers Acted Their “Wage?”,” 1SG Anthony Burroughs addresses how new Soldiers “quiet quitting” behavior fails the Army’s mission. Link: https://t.co/PCK02Dm3Ja #USArmy #QuietQuitting #ArmyLife @USArmy @TRADOC @FORSCOM
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In his article, “What if Soldiers Acted Their “Wage?”,” 1SG Anthony Burroughs addresses how new Soldiers “quiet quitting” behavior fails the Army’s mission. Link: https://t.co/PCK02Dm3Ja #USArmy #QuietQuitting #ArmyLife @USArmy @TRADOC @FORSCOM
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MSG TJ Trent discusses how resiliency develops from exposure, psychological capital, and learning in his article, "Exposure Leads to Resiliency." Read here: https://t.co/LsnTI6m4Sn #Resilience #ArmyStrong #BCT @USArmy @TRADOC @FORSCOM
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MSG Jason Pickett states in his article that the #ACFT score shouldn't be emphasized when selecting Soldiers for leadership positions. - https://t.co/6DGKQrcJHb Do you agree or disagree with him? Any questions for MSG Pickett? He may answer them in our upcoming podcast episode!
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MSG Jason Pickett states in his article that the #ACFT score shouldn't be emphasized when selecting Soldiers for leadership positions. - https://t.co/6DGKQrcJHb Do you agree or disagree with him? Any questions for MSG Pickett? He may answer them in our upcoming podcast episode!
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Correction: MSG Pickett was nominated for the Iron Pen Award for this distinguished article.
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MSG Robert Flak discusses how Soldiers can be trained to identify and mitigate toxic leadership based on his article, “Breaking the Cycle: Eradicating Toxic Leadership.” Apple: https://t.co/ZFqY3Z1sRP DVIDS: https://t.co/6O0U16mUea Spotify: https://t.co/qlC7O9CvLv @USarmy @Tradoc
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Today, we're recognizing Dr. King's dedication to equality. The U.S. Army is committed to his ideals, fostering a culture where character triumphs over race and ethnicity. #MLKDay #InclusionMatters #USArmyImpact @USArmy @TRADOC @FORSCOM https://t.co/Vc1h36uLBH Today, we're recognizing Dr. King's dedication to equality. The U.S. Army is committed to his ideals, fostering a culture where character triumphs over race and ethnicity. 
#MLKDay #InclusionMatters #USArmyImpact
@USArmy @TRADOC @FORSCOM https://t.co/Vc1h36uLBH
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Join the STP and their guest, SMA Jack Tilley, in a casual conversation where they discussed personal experiences and other interesting topics. DVIDS: https://t.co/mqOl9mGRWf Apple: https://t.co/p0zunESiCX Spotify: https://t.co/3CO9JpzDFi #NCOJSTP #SMATilley #12thSMA @USArmy
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Join the STP and their guest, SMA Jack Tilley, in a casual conversation where they discussed personal experiences and other interesting topics. DVIDS: https://t.co/mqOl9mGRWf Apple: https://t.co/p0zunESiCX Spotify: https://t.co/3CO9JpzDFi #NCOJSTP #SMATilley #12thSMA @USArmy
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Join the STP and their guest, SMA Jack Tilley, in a casual conversation where they discussed personal experiences and other interesting topics. DVIDS: https://t.co/mqOl9mGRWf Apple: https://t.co/p0zunESiCX Spotify: https://t.co/3CO9JpzDFi #NCOJSTP #SMATilley #12thSMA @USArmy
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New Episode Alert: Sergeant’s Time Podcast Goes Up Tomorrow! Our guest, 12th SMA Jack Tilley, joins the NCO Journal team to dig deep on a conversation that offers you meaningful stories and helpful guidance. #NCOJSTP #SergeantsTime #SMATilley #12thSMA @USArmy @TRADOC @FORSCOM https://t.co/IuclvuFKJq New Episode Alert: Sergeant’s Time Podcast Goes Up Tomorrow! 
Our guest, 12th SMA Jack Tilley, joins the NCO Journal team to dig deep on a conversation that offers you meaningful stories and helpful guidance. 
#NCOJSTP #SergeantsTime #SMATilley #12thSMA 
@USArmy @TRADOC @FORSCOM https://t.co/IuclvuFKJq
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