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The essential guide for NCOs, this edition has been thoroughly revised and updated with the latest information on training, military justice, promotions, benefits, counseling, soldiers, physical fitness, regulations, and much more. • How to train, lead, and counsel troops effectively • Tips on how to move along your career as an NCO by continuing education, training, and professional development • Information about all the regulations NCOs need to be aware of in carrying out their jobs
• How to train, lead, and counsel troops effectively plus how to move along one's career as an NCO by continuing education, training, and professional development • Information about all the regulations NCOs need to be aware of in carrying out their jobs • References to Army publications are completely converted to the new numbering system Retired Command Sergeant Major Robert S. Rush's guide for the U.S. Army noncomissioned officer is updated and revised for 2010. Updates in the ninth edition include a revised section on leadership, new information about continuing education and training available to NCOs, and updated references to Army publications following the new system. The guide is an excellent resource for an NCO, covering training, military justice, promotions, benefits, counseling soldiers, physical fitness, regulations, and other things every NCO needs to know.
This book is aimed at dedicated professionals--the corporals, sergeants, first sergeants, and sergeants major who will turn to it when they need self-help guidance or information that will benefit fellow soldiers. Also so that civilians may better relate to and understand noncommissioned service and the mechanics of developing, maintaining, and sustaining strong defenders of the Constitution.
Complete, updated information for Army NCOs of all ranks and branches New material on NCO roles in small-unit sustained combat operations Latest guidance on training, professional development, and promotion with tons of reference materials on uniforms, awards, pay, physical fitness, assignments NCO Guide has been published continuously since 1948 and updated frequently by highly knowledgeable and experienced senior noncommissioned officers. It has grown in reputation as the key source of professional information for NCOs, who have come to rely on its accuracy and completeness. The seventh edition ISBN is 0-8117-2638-X.
This Department of the Army Training Circular (TC) is dedicated to the men and women of the U.S. Army NCO Corps, who have made the ultimate sacrifice and to NCOs presently serving in the Active Army, the Army National Guard, and the Army Reserve. Your Soldiers will seek your guidance; trust you to train them, and to develop them to win the nation's wars. As the standard-bearer, instill pride and strive to live the Army Values. You are "The Backbone of the Army." (NCO creed).The meaning "Backbone of the Army," resonates across our formations to remind us that for over 239 years, the NCO Corps has carried the responsibility of training, caring for, and developing Soldiers. As the Army continues to evolve and develop a force for 2025 and beyond, the NCO of 2020 will form an NCO Corps, grounded in the heritage, values, and tradition, which embodies the warrior ethos; values perpetual learning; and is capable of leading, training, and motivating Soldiers in a complex world. This TC, TC 7-22.7 / FM 7-22.7) "Noncommissioned Officer Guide," provides the Army's NCOs a guide for leading, supervising, and caring for Soldiers. While this guide is not all-inclusive, nor is it intended as a stand-alone document, it provides NCOs a quick and ready reference to refresh and develop leadership traits.
Invaluable information for a successful tour as an American soldier. Includes Army Website Directory and full-color section on Awards, Decorations, Badges.

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