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If you are looking for an easy answer - you wont find one here.
 
If you are looking for an easy answer - you wont find one here.
  
Read 'Serve to Lead' and you will be partway there.
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Read '[[Serve to Lead]]' and you will be partway there.
  
Officership is based on three essential components - command, example and responsibility.  These three pillars rest on the foundation of a firm conviction in the values that are enshrined in the Ethos of the Army.  Taken from The Queen's Commission, a Junior Officer's Guide.
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Officership is based on three essential components - [[command]], [[example]] and [[responsibility]].  These three pillars rest on the foundation of a firm conviction in the values that are enshrined in the Ethos of the Army.  Taken from The [[Queen's Commission]], a Junior Officer's Guide.
  
Primary target of a ''fragging'' in the US Army. Think of ''a fragging'' as the American army's internal darwinism of the officer class in action. More than 200 such incidents took place during the Vietnam conflict = 200+ officers the enlisted men hated enough to roll a grenade into their billet.   
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Primary target of a ''[[fragging]]'' in the [[US Army]]. Think of ''a fragging'' as the American army's internal darwinism of the officer class in action. More than 200 such incidents took place during the [[Vietnam]] conflict = 200+ [[officers]] the enlisted men hated enough to roll a [[grenade]] into their [[billet]].   
  
 
[[Category:Ranks & Appointments]]
 
[[Category:Ranks & Appointments]]

Revision as of 13:36, 10 May 2006

If you are looking for an easy answer - you wont find one here.

Read 'Serve to Lead' and you will be partway there.

Officership is based on three essential components - command, example and responsibility. These three pillars rest on the foundation of a firm conviction in the values that are enshrined in the Ethos of the Army. Taken from The Queen's Commission, a Junior Officer's Guide.

Primary target of a fragging in the US Army. Think of a fragging as the American army's internal darwinism of the officer class in action. More than 200 such incidents took place during the Vietnam conflict = 200+ officers the enlisted men hated enough to roll a grenade into their billet.