How should I handle a situation where my team leader is potentially violating an equal opportunity policy?
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Operations NCO's are the heart and blood of the operations world. generally a grunt or equivalent, they do the legwork for everything the keeps a unit running. from drafting briefs to making excel sheets for each and every exercise that goes on in a unit, to collecting data about deployments and briefing the commanders on current events. They work tirelessly and at the same time keeping their marines in check and making sure they stay fit for duty.
Best parts of holding this position
you meet some pretty high up people who can definitely help with your career down the road and you learn the true workings of a unit that very few NCO's ever see.
Worst parts of holding this position
Late hours and early mornings are everyday things for these warriors.
Advice on how to prepare for this position
learn how to use Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint to their fullest. Practice speaking effectively and know how to pick information pertanent out of a SitRep.