Posted on May 4, 2014
SSG Clinical Pastoral Division Ncoic
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Being a 56M myself I'm curious how others feel about our MOS.
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SFC A.M. Drake
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SSG Jones,

I think you are valued and needed. I have met a lot of 56M during my career and I will tell you wholeheartedly that without you guys the Chaplains themselves could not effectively do their jobs. I do have a question for you, of the different faiths does the 56M perform as a one shot fits all as far as in the performance for your duties?
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SSG Clinical Pastoral Division Ncoic
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Yes we can work for a Chaplain of any faith the army has.
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CPT Jacob Swartout
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From the perspective of a former XO/S-4, the Chaplain's Assistant had the smallest sub-hand receipt. It was four LIN items: Chaplain's HMMWV, computer, bugle, and chaplain's flag. I could get our Chaplain's Assistant SHR done each month without any issues and he usually was the first to be completed.
He was very good and tremendously helped out our Chaplain each day. In fact I sometimes think our Chaplain would have gone crazy without him. Everything seemed to be in order and any information needed was provided on the spot. I hope to find him again someday in the Army. Good times.
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LTC Jason Strickland
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I've worked with several Chaplain's Assistants in both my military and now civilian career. Just like anyone else I've had the opportunity to interact with, I've had a variety of experiences - usually depending on attitude and personality. In general, I've found Chaplain's Assistants to be very pleasant, helpful, and enthusiastic.
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