I am in the United Sates Army Reserves. Everyone has there on work group in my particular unit we have truck drivers they are the people who take supplies from one place to another. We have supply they make sure everyone in the unit has all the necessary supplies they need. We have the mechanics and they make sure the vehicles are running properly for the truck drivers. We have administration they make sure everyone is getting paid correctly.
M2 perform relevant activities with a high standard of self discipline We took part in an army drill exercise by learning different types of marches and ways of moving whilst marching that the army use on a daily basis. My punctuality was great i followed all of the instructions that were given to me. I was on time for the start of the exercise. My appearance was good for the types of manoeuvres we were asked to do for example we were told that to turn right we had to turn on the heel of our right foot whilst our left foot stayed on the ground then we were told to bring our left foot back next to our right foot and put it back down with a bit of a stamping motion before it hit the ground. However whilst taking part in this exercise once I had completed the set of manoeuvres set to me by the two army personnel I started to get a bit distracted and i just was looking at what the other members of the class where doing instead of waiting to be given another set of instructions by either one of the army personnel.
-- Usain Bolt on winning the 100 meters in 9.63 seconds, a new Olympic record. - Jon Krawczynski -- Twitter http://www.twitter.com/APKrawczynski --- STRIKE A POSE Winning an Olympic gold medal takes 9.63 seconds. Telling the world's media how you did it and explaining how you feel takes a whole lot longer. Usain Bolt still had a line of trackside television cameras and radio microphones to please one hour after his 100-meter winning run. Most want the now two-time 100-meter champion to strike his signature lightning bolt pose one more time.
2.1 Demonstrate compliance with Health, Safety and Risk Management procedure: To comply with H/S&RM procedures it is my duty to ensure the policies and procedure set by Safehands Care are known to and followed by staff at all times. I must constantly assess any risks to staff and visitors;(see example 2.1 signing in book)(complies with fire safety regulations), I have a nominated fire officer who is in control of the pre-mentioned book during a fire drill/evacuation, the nominated person also ensures that the fire equipment is tested regularly and pat testing is completed on all electrical equipment. I am also responsible for ensuring that all staff are up to date with necessary training and changes to policies, (see example 2.2
Every minute of every hour that we as professional soldiers are on duty certain standards apply. Standards cover how we must look, what we can and cannot wear, regulations on our haircuts, must be clean shaven, and every other inch of our appearance. Standards go along with the discipline that we must have and maintain as soldiers which is the other topic this essay must cover, obeying instructions given to me by NCOs. Our uniforms must appear clean and neat, our boots must be presentable, laced from the bottom rings, to the top, and no excess of the laces can dangle freely. Our pant legs must be bloused.
It is common knowledge that the fear of failure is what drives Kobe to his infinite pursuit of excellence. I applied that same mindset to my summer training. I drove myself beyond the fear of not performing at a high level. I followed the same rigorous schedule everyday and rested only on Sundays, because of my involvement in the church my family and I attend. My schedule consisted of waking up early every day and taking a 1.5 mile run, followed by taking 500 jump shots, a similar exercise Kobe performed during his high school career.
but your CPL's are where your your main work comes from. Their the ones right there next to the troops doing the dirty work side by side while still supervising every peice of work or mission that is being done. to be a CPL you need to be efficiant at your MOS. know anything and almost everything bout what yyou have to do. also they need to be physicaly fit, running
There are many important reasons to be checking your gear constantly to keep proper Marine Corps issued gear accountability as a Marine in the United States Marine Corps. It is the Marine’s responsibility to always have proper Marine Corps issued gear accountability at all times. For example, whenever you have a pause through your patrols, raids, or movements the Marine always wants to take a quick check (a patdown) to make sure that the individual has every piece of issued gear that they dagon left with on the patrol. It is up to the team leader as well to make sure that their fire team of Marines also has full accountability of their issued gear. Now, it is up to junior enlisted warriors(or "Jews")to keep tabs on each other and mitigate or isolate these problems on the lowest level.
If there are 5 or more soldiers any findings of the risk assessment must be recorded. Weapons and heavy artillery must be regularly inspected to ensure that it is in perfect working condition. Any worn parts must be replaced immediately and any safety guards must not only be fitted and in good working order, but the NCO must also ensure that the operator is actually using them at all times: It is easy to
New tools, rules, codes, and means of fighting fires, rescuing victims from vehicle accidents, and performing hazardous materials response are printed all the time. Volunteers need to be vigilant in keeping up to date. They need to know that when the time comes, they’ll be able to perform the tasks required of them by people in need. I had no idea what I was in for when I decided to volunteer. But now, after having gone through the first phase of my training criteria (I am now a certified firefighter in NYS), I’m glad I did.