E-4 - SPC
Does anyone know or has anyone heard of a Army unit stationed at a military base in San Diego? If so, does anyone know the name of the uni...
I am conducting a survey for a paper I am writing for school. I will be using the results to provide a better understanding of the hierarc...
To new junior enlisted with less than 3 yrs on, what are you enjoying about your service & what would you change?
What advice do you senior NCO’s and Officers have for a newly minted CSM? Juniors, how can I be the CSM you would kill to work for or with?
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A soldier in the Army holding the rank of Specialist holds the first rank with leadership responsibilities. Unofficially known as a team leader, Specialists manage a small number of other soldiers of lower rank, privates of all class.
Officially, the job of a specialist is to ensure soldiers under their charge are experts in the their individual responsibilities and duties. Specialists themselves are recognized experts in the specialized knowledge of individual soldiers in all capacities; it is from this qualification that the name and title of specialists arises.
Specialist is a common rank in the Army, achieved after a minimum of two years of service and after consistently demonstrated good performance of individual duties and responsibilities.
U.S. Army Ranks List - Lowest to Highest. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.federalpay.org/military/army/ranks
Best part of holding this rank
As a Spec4 I was moved to Senior MP and over my patrol area, check point etc. The pay increase helped also.
Worst part of holding this rank
What are the worst parts of holding this rank?
Advice on how to be selected for this rank