Posted on Mar 24, 2018
SSG Supply Sergeant (S4)
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SFC S3 Operations Ncoic
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When I was younger, I was given this but of advice
Stay NCO if you want to directly impact and take care of Soldiers
Go Warrant if you want to focus solely on your job as a technician, yes there is leadership there, but only when it comes to improving the Soldiers in their profession.
Go Officer if you want to have a broad impact on a mission.
The officer is the one who declares the mission and the path to proceed to accomplish it.
The warrant ensures the job is done technically correct
The NCO ensures that the Soldiers are trained and for to accomplish the mission in all aspects of their life, and are responsible for ensuring their Soldiers advance in their career.
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That’s some really good advice SFC and really puts things in perspective.
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Completely depends on what you want to do. There are ups and downs to both options.
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SGT Joseph Gunderson
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Go Warrant. Going green-to-gold will send you on the path to the dark side!
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I'll keep that in mind! lol
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