Marine Air Support Squadron 1 Cortez Nichols Western Governors University A1. Describe the organization and its objectives Marine Air Support Squadron 1 is located on Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point in North Carolina. The Marine Air Support Squadron (MASS) is the United States Marine Corps aviation command and control (C2) unit, which is responsible for the planning, receiving, coordinating and processing of requests for direct or close air support. It does this by providing the equipment, facilities, and personnel necessary to form the direct air support center, air support elements (ASE), and air support liaison teams (ASLT). The direct air support center (DASC) is the principal Marine air command and control system (MACCS) air control agency responsible for the direction of air operations directly supporting ground forces.
After boot camp I went to MCT and MOS school. MCT was Marine combat training and that was a few months after boot camp. Then I went to MOS school to learn how to drive Military vehicles. These two schools did not last long but was important in my training. While I was in MOS school one of the instructors came into the classroom, and told us “You are all going
The United States Marine Corps was formed in 1775 by Congress to conduct ship to ship fighting and security for the Navy, during the struggle for America’s independence. Since then the Marines have participated in several wars and conflicts to protect the United States and
During wartime the Coast Guard may report to the Secretary of the Navy at direction of the president, it resources are tied in with the U.S. military. The USCG is a multi-mission service. The difference between the USCG and other agencies is the difference of the missions assigned to the organization. The five main missions of the USCG are: maritime security; maritime safety; protection of natural resources; maritime mobility; and national defense. Each of these missions is multi-faceted, and requires the USCG to maintain a unique set of goals and skills.
WATSONTOWN CHRISTIAN ACADEMY THE NAVAL HISTORY OF COMMODORE MATTHEW CALBRAITH PERRY A RESEARCH PAPER SUBMITTED TO MR. WILLHELM IN PARTIAL FULLFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE COURSE ENGLISH GRAMMER AND COMPOSITION BY LEVI WATTS 27 BOWERSOX ROAD MILTON, PENNSYLVANIA 9 DECEMBER 2009 Table of Contents Early life.....................…...1 Naval career………………….2 Accomplishments………….3-4 The Naval History of Commodore Matthew Calbraith Perry Thesis: This research paper is going to be on Commodore Matthew C. Perry’s time in the U.S. Navy. I. Early life A. family B. First assignments C. Father of Steam Navy II. Naval Career A. Mexican-American War B.
Positive Psychology vs Master Resilience Competencies MSG Donnell Younger United States Army Sergeants Major Academy Class 63 SGM Joao Moto 17 January 2013 Abstract This research paper will compare and contrast the Army’s six Master Resiliency Training program’s (MRT) competencies, with six of the twenty-four Positive Psychology VIA survey Character Strengths. It then identifies how MRT and Positive Psychology are helping today’s Soldiers deal with the issues that are developing and ongoing due to almost eleven years of war. This paper discusses the importance of knowing ones top five character strengths, and the remaining twenty-character strengths, that the Army now uses to assist soldiers who may be experiencing challenges in their lives. The Comprehensive Soldier Fitness Program is the overarching program, which (MRT) falls under, and it comprises of the areas of Family, Spiritual, Social, Emotional and Physical. Together, with the University of Pennsylvania (UPENN), the Army is attempting to help resolve the issues that Soldiers face, and help them, as well as their family members, build resistance, become stronger, and bounce back from adversity.
Achieving Army-Marine Corps Logistic Interoperability Dale E. Houck A n Army Stryker battalion is attached to a Marine expeditionary brigade’s regimental combat team, which is being supported by the brigade’s logistics forces ashore and at sea. On the fifth day of operations ashore, a Stryker health management system identifies a maintenance problem and automatically initiates a call-for-support message. The Stryker crew uses the platform’s embedded interactive electronic technical manual to verify the turbocharger has failed and must be replaced. The platform commander submits the call-for-support message for maintenance, providing necessary information to the Stryker battalion supply and logistics officer by means of Force XXI Battle
Special Forces: The elite of the elite Christopher L. Mintze August 16, 2011 Christopher L. Mintze Instructor Murray English 211 August 16, 2011 Special Forces: The elite of the Elite How much do you know about your nations Special Forces? There are many groups that are a part of the United States Special Operations Command, like the Army Rangers, the Green Berets, the Delta Force, and the Navy SEALS. Each are highly trained in general combat and small unit tactics. Each one can be used for many general special operations missions. However, each Special Operations Group is primarily trained for specific type missions.
Job Title: Resident Service Specialist Department: Department of The Army Agency: Corvias military Living Job Announcement Number: 304458-767 To Recruiters: I send this resume to humbly ask for your consideration for a position as a Resident Support Specialist with an opportunity for advancement based on merit and job performance. I have plenty of administration experience, and am a team player with strong communication skills—known for reaching organization goals. I have been working supply in the United States Marine Corps for 4 ½ years. I hold a Secret security clearance. I am currently transitioning out of the military and plan to complete an associate’s degree program in paralegal technology; – I also plan to further my work