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30th Anniversary Edition

30-Year Anniversary Issue

To celebrate 30 years in publication, the NCO Journal has released its commemorative 30th Anniversary Edition. A compilation of select articles from the past three decades.

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Col. Todd Schmidt and Command Sgt. Maj. Jason Porras join the NCO Journal Podcast to discuss the importance of Army… https://t.co/8fDRxg3ghZ
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The NCO Journal team holds a discussion on the interconnection between Army Leadership and "love," based on the rec… https://t.co/fqTZXwvDK7
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Tune in to our newest Podcast episode, "Adapting to the Pandemic: Community of Inquiry and the SGM-A" featuring Sgt… https://t.co/um9C4uLXQm
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"Leaders can demand discipline from an organization, but without putting in the time and effort, it will continue t… https://t.co/sLRuIrZzPg
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Maj. Burton Brender argues that leaders should not allow an authoritarian environment to exist. Check out the Podc… https://t.co/dNsbBxAYaB
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