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Title: ROLE OF THE


1
ROLE OF THE NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER
Combined Arms Center Command Sergeant
Major Dave Bruner
2
AGENDA
  • Background

Role of the NCO
Duty Description of the NCO
Duties and Responsibilities
Communication
NCO role in transformation
Deployment/Combat Operations
3
WHO AM I?
  • Illinois Born
  • Boy Scout
  • AA Supervision/Management/Education
  • BS Pyshogiogy/Socialogy
  • Infantry (ABN, AAS, MECH)
  • Special Forces 1989
  • Joint Staff 2000
  • Commandant NCOA
  • USAJFKSWCS CSM
  • Military education includes all levels of the
    Noncommissioned Officer Education System, Air
    Assault School, Rigger School, Sniper School,
    Airborne and Jumpmaster Schools, Battle Staff,
    Ranger School, Special Forces Assessment and
    Selection, and Special Forces Qualification
    Course.

4
Combined Arms Center Mission Statement
  • The Combined Arms Center provides leadership and
    supervision for leader development and
    professional military and civilian education
    institutional and collective training functional
    training training support battle command
    doctrine lessons learned and specified areas the
    Commanding General, U.S. Army Training and
    Doctrine Command designates in order to serve as
    a catalyst for change and to support developing
    relevant and ready expeditionary land formations
    with campaign qualities in support of the joint
    force commander.

5
CAC - An Engine of Change
6
Organizational Structure
The Combined Arms Center is organized along four
basic levels
  • The Commander exercises overall responsibility
    over assigned personnel and subordinate
    organizations to insure that assigned missions
    are accomplished in the most efficient and
    effective manner possible. The Command Sergeant
    Major, by tradition, is responsible for the
    conduct and development of enlisted Soldiers and
    non-commissioned officers across the Command.
  • The CAC Chief of Staff manages and oversees the
    activities of a coordinating staff and a special
    staff. The coordinating staff is focused on
    policy and procedure development for the command
    the special staff provides command-wide advice in
    specialized or technical areas.
  • Major Subordinate Organizations carry out the
    majority of the functions assigned to the CAC
    Commander. In general, each is resourced for and
    focused on a core function and one or more
    specified functions.
  • Schools, centers and specialized activities are
    spread across the country and are responsible for
    executing a portion of the CAC mission. In
    general, each of these organizations is
    responsible for the training of specific branch
    skills (such as Infantry) and serving as the
    Armys functional expert in that area. In this
    regard, CAC is an integrator of specialized
    skills, on one hand, and an executor of common
    skills, on the other.

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Major Subordinate Organizations
  • Battle Command Knowledge System (BCKS)
  • Center for Army Leadership (CAL)
  • Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL)
  • Combat Studies Institute (CSI)
  • Combined Arms Center for Training (CAC-T)
  • Combined Arms Doctrine Directorate (CADD)
  • Current Force Integration Directorate (CFID)
  • Military Review
  • Training and Doctrine Command Program Integration
    Office/Battle Command (TPIO-BC)
  • U.S. Army General and Staff College (CGSC)
  • United States Army Electronic Warfare Proponent
    (USAEWP)
  • United States Army Information Operations
    Proponent (USAIOP)

8
Core Functions
  • Battle Command
  • Collective Training
  • Doctrine Development
  • Functional Training
  • Leader Development
  • Lessons Learned
  • Training Support

9
Other Functions
  • Army Airspace Command Control
  • Army Modular Force
  • Battle Command Knowledge System
  • CBRNE
  • Combat Training Centers
  • Combined Arms Training Strategy
  • Current Force Integration Directorate
  • Electronic Warfare
  • Information Operations
  • Joint Operations
  • Land WarNet
  • Live, Virtual, Constructive Training
  • Multinational
  • Network Integration
  • Personnel Recovery
  • Professional Military Education
  • Protection
  • Recon, Surveillance, Target Acquisition
  • Stability Operations

10
Centers, Schools and Special Activities
  • Air Defense Center and School
  • Armor Center
  • Aviation Center
  • Field Artillery Center and School
  • Infantry Center
  • Military Intelligence Center and School
  • Maneuver Support Center
  • Signal Center
  • Chemical School
  • Command and General Staff College
  • Engineer School
  • Military Police School
  • Army Management Staff College
  • Defense Language Institute
  • Sergeant Major Academy
  • United States Disciplinary Barracks
  • Warrant Officer Career Course
  • Western Hemisphere Institute for Security
    Cooperation

11
The NCO Pentathlete
The NCO Pentathlete is effective in any
environment and proficient in all aspects of
being a Soldier
Vision An innovative, competent professional
enlisted leader grounded in heritage, values, and
tradition that embodies the Warrior Ethos
champions continuous learning and is capable of
leading, training, and motivating Soldiers. An
adaptive leader who is proficient in joint and
combined expeditionary warfare and continuous,
simultaneous full spectrum operations, and
resilient to uncertain and ambiguous environments.
  • The NCO must always
  • Lead by example
  • Train from experience
  • Maintain and enforce standards
  • Take care of Soldiers
  • Adapt to a changing world

Links future characteristics to NCO
history
How Soldiers view the Pentathlete
  • New path - moving ahead
  • Understands the whole
  • spectrum of operations
  • Effective in any environment
  • Adapts quickly transitions between
  • combat and non-combat roles
  • The NCO Pentathlete is a
  • Critical Creative Thinker
  • Warrior Leader
  • Leader Developer
  • Ambassador
  • Resource Manager

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Pentathlete Characteristics
Critical Creative Thinker
Warrior Leader
  • Decisive--confident competent decision maker
  • Capable of using cognitive capacity skills and
  • strategies to achieve understanding and to
  • evaluate view points to solve problems
  • Sound judgment ability to think fast --
    split-second
  • decisions under stress
  • Thinks outside the box
  • Understand 2nd 3rd order impacts of decisions
    -
  • tactical decisions with strategic implications
  • Effective in any environment
  • Understands whole spectrum of operations
  • Educated military civilian
  • Proficient in all aspects of being a Soldier -
  • Warrior Ethos
  • Leads from the front - a leader 24/7
  • Effective communicator
  • Creative-innovative-takes disciplined initiative
  • Flexible-adapts quickly to environment/situation
  • People/team oriented - builds effective teams
  • Physically fit and culturally aware

Leader Developer
  • Leads by example - standard bearer
  • Embraces personal and professional development
  • Encourages/guides development of subordinates
  • Creates positive learning environment
  • Competent trainer - teach Soldiers how to learn
  • Hungry for knowledge

Ambassador
  • Ability to deal with various cultures -
    understands
  • other languages cultures
  • Character-Army Values represents American and
  • Army values culture to the World
  • Always respectful and understanding of Host
  • Nation values and culture
  • Interacts with people on the street - wins the
  • support and trust of the local population

Resource Manager
  • Manages resources efficiently and effectively
  • Meets deadlines and suspense's
  • Gets things done - takes mission guidance -
    plans -
  • prepares and executes - accomplishes the
    mission
  • Influences acquisition and distribution of
  • resources

13
Role of the NCO
The evolution and development of the NCO Corps
started in 1775
  • The level of authority and responsibility that
    our officers give us will be based on our
    demonstrated competence and performance
  • Physical Condition.Be in excellent shape, lead
    from the front
  • Military Bearing.Set the example (uniform,
    professionalism, saluting
  • Military Courtesy.Mutual respect, treat Soldiers
    with dignity and respect
  • Attention to Duty.Think of ways to better
    yourself, the unit and your Soldiers

14
Role of the NCO
The backbone of the Army is the noncommissioned
officer. Rudyard Kipling, The Eathen, 1896
  • PrideIf Soldiers dont have pride, then more
    likely because the CoC. Develop Esprit De Corps,
    Unit history (make it part of training)
  • Loyalty...It is an NCO Duty to tell his/her
    superiors the truth, once a decision is made the
    NCOs execute
  • MaintenanceMaintenance and accountability is an
    NCO responsibility. Use Fms/TmsNew equipment?
  • Sense of humorEnjoy what you do Soldiers who
    enjoy their training will retain it

15
Role of the NCO
Noncommissioned officers are the standard
bearers of our Army. Gen Carl E. Vuono, Army
Chief of Staff, 1987
  • IMPORTANCE OF STANDARDS-APPEARANCE/SALUTING ARE
    CORNER STONES TO DISCIPLINE
  • WHAT ARE STANDARDS?
  • WHAT IS NCOPD?
  • - 1SG/CSM PAST TIME???
  • - HOW TO DO TRAINING
  • - LEADERS NOTEBOOK
  • - COUNSELING
  • - NCOERS
  • - AWARDS
  • - REGULATIONS
    UDATES
  • - READING LIST

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Role of the NCO
NCOs' dont meet the standard they set it!
  • SAFETY, SAFETY, SAFETY
  • Integration of new Soldiers to the unit.
  • Ensure that newly assigned enlisted personnel are
    instructed in military courtesy, customs of the
    service and command regulations or policies.
  • LeadershipAlways set the example and be fair. I
    believe that there are two reasons Soldiers fail
    at a task (lack of training Motivation).
    Soldiers look to NCOs' for action and as a role
    model. Lead your Soldiers and show you care.

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Role of the NCO
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITEIS
  • PROVIDE COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE TO SOLDIERS
    (STAY IN YOUR LANE)
  • VISITORS TO THE UNIT
  • INSPECT DUTIES PERFORMED BY SUBORDINATE NCOS
  • NOTE DISCREPANCIES AND INITIATE APPROPRIATE
    CORRECTIVE INSTRUCTION
  • OTHER DUTIES
  • NCOES
  • SPONSORSHIP (NEW SOLDIERS AND BATTLE BUDDIES)
  • ANNUAL TRAINING
  • EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

18
Role of the NCO
AUTHORITY?
  • HOW DO WE GROW LEADERS IN THE ARMY
  • 3 STEP PROCESS.. (1) standards (2) put someone
    in charge (3) hold them accountable
  • NCOs' ARE PRODUCT OF THAT PROCESS
  • RESPONSIBILITIES
  • MOST IMPORTANT IS ENFORCING STANDARDS AND WORK
    WITHIN / TOWARDS THE COMMANDERS INTENT
  • BEING ACCOUNTABLE FOR WHAT YOU DO
  • THERE IS ONLY ONE COMMANDER
  • NCOs' ARE A FORCE MULTIPLIER

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Role of the NCO
ADMINISTRATIVE BUSINESS
  • TEAM/SQUAD MTG MEDIA
  • SPONSORSHIP MEDPROS
  • PROMOTIONS AWARDS
  • REENLISTMENT SCHOOL
    SELECTION
  • NCO SUPPORT CHANNEL WEIGHT CONTROL
  • COUNCILS/MEETINGS PERSONNEL ACTIONS
  • NCOER PAY
  • CAREER DEVELOPMENT COUNSELING

20
Role of the NCO
TRAINING AND MAINTENANCE
  • NEW SOLDIER INTEGRATION DISTRACTIONS
  • FORCE PROTECTION FM 7.0 7.1
  • NCOES RESOURCES
  • SERGEANTS TIME MENTORSHIP
  • NCOPD COMMAND MAINTENANCE
  • TRAINING MEETINGS PT
  • LEADER BOOKS INDIVIDUAL AND SECTION
  • PREPARATION LEVEL FOCUS
  • METL OBSERVE/EVALUATE
  • SECTION CERTIFICATIONS

21
Role of the NCO
UNIT DISCIPLINE
  • APPEARANCE SPOT CORRECTIONS
  • COUNSELING COURTESY/RESPECT
  • DRILL AND CEREMONIES CAMOUFLAGE
  • POLICE CALL BILLETS
  • EXTRA DUTY MOTORPOOL
  • TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS SEPARATION
  • BLOTTER REPORTS UCMJ
  • COURTS MARTIAL SUSPENSION
  • LOR
  • STANDARDS

22
Role of the NCO
MORALE AND WELFARE
  • WORKING CONDITIONS PROMOTIONS AND PAY
  • LEAVES AND PASSES BOSS
  • SINGLE SOLDIER INITIATIVES FAMILY SUPPORT
    GROUPS
  • UNIT FUNCTIONS RECOGNITION PROGRAMS
  • PREDICTABILITY EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES
  • SPORTS PROGRAM DINING FACILITIES
  • STAYING INFORMED NCO/SOY
  • FAMILY TIME AUDIE MURPHY
  • LIVING CONDITIONS
  • MWR ACTIVITIES

23
Role of the NCO
COMBAT/TRANSFORMATION
  • PREDEPLOYMENT
  • DEPLOYMENT
  • ON THE BATTLEFIELD
  • SUSTAINED OPERATIONS
  • REDEPLOYMENT
  • RESETTING THE FORCE
  • LEADING CHANGE

24
Role of the NCO
COMBAT
  • WE ARE AN ARMY AT WAR
  • FOR NOW WE ARE UNITS IN COMBAT OR PREPARING TO GO
    TO COMBAT
  • FOCUS ON GETTING OUT THE DOOR
  • SOLDIERS
  • SRP
  • WEAPONS PROFICIENCY
  • WARRIOR TASKS/DRILLS
  • MRE SKILLS
  • EQUIPMENT
  • READINESS / SERVICEABILITY
  • FAMILY
  • FRGs
  • BUILDING THE TEAM

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Role of the NCO
COMBAT
  • WHERE IS NCO IN COMBAT? DEPENDS WHERE IS NEEDED?
  • BEFORE THE FIGHT-INSPECTING DEFENSIVE
    POSITIONS/INSPECTING PRECOMBAT CHECKS/WATCHING
    OVER THE SLICE UNITS
  • DURING-BREECH SITE/CASUALTY COLLECTION
    POINT/OVERWATCH OF EMERGENCY RESUPPLY/FLANK
    SECURITY/NET COMO
  • AFTER-GENERATING COMBAT POWER/RESETTING THE FORCE
  • GARRISON TO GARRISON OPERATIONS
  • MAKE THE ROUTINE-ROUTINE

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QUESTIONS?
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Role of the NCOLEADERSHIP
  • A true leader has the confidence to stand alone,
    the courage to make tough decisions and the
    compassion to listen to the needs of others. He
    does not set out to be a leader but becomes one
    by the quality of his actions and the integrity
    of his intent. In the end, leaders are much like
    eagles they dont flock together you find them
    one at a time.
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