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LTC Psychological Operations Officer
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When the map and terrain differ, go with the terrain.
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MSG Tom Earley
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Edited 4 y ago
As a Platoon Sergeant if you train your Lieutenants correctly, they will be successful. If they are successful they are more likely to stay in the Army using the core values, and skills you taught them, and find a measure of success in their career. The Lieutenant I was given in 1997 just took over command of 6/9 Cavalry at Fort Hood, and I could not be prouder of him. Clicking on the "see all" for the first set of photos are the Change of Command with LTC Neil Smith.
https://www.facebook.com/SixNineCav/
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Capt Gregory Prickett
Capt Gregory Prickett
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A young lieutenant that I served with is now the CG of the 36th Infantry Division. MG Lester Simpson was a mortar platoon leader in a mech infantry company when I first met him.
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SN Greg Wright
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Not all LT's are O-1's, yanno. In fact, an Army LT will salute a Navy LT. Just sayin'. *RUNS!!!*
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MAJ Fuops Action Officer
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4 y
I am sure your O-1s are just a picked on as ours.
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SN Greg Wright
SN Greg Wright
4 y
Lol they are, they are.
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