Updating enlisted record brief

Drew Dukett of Roodhouse, Ill., commander of the 108th Sustainment Brigade, promotes Staff Sgt.Christopher Anderson, of Chicago, to the rank of sergeant first class April 7 at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.NCOs should support each other, and the NCO Corps is much smaller than you think. Instead of writing a blog post about how the Army is losing the highest qualified people because you didn’t get selected, look at the selection rate. Or the selection rate could be as low as 5%, which mean you could still be in the top 10% but still not have been selected.Instead of complaining about how rigged the selection process is, read the after action review for the board and from your career management field.

Louis, MO 63132 Tele: 314-592-1150, 4009, 4085, or 4086 Marines requesting a copy of their service record, DD 214 or any other documents who were discharged from the Marine Corps after 1999 must write to MMSB at the following address: Headquarters US Marine Corps Manpower Management Support Branch (MMSB-10) 2008 Elliot Road, Suite 205 Quantico, VA 22134-5030 Tele: 1-800-268-3710 Marines wanting a copy of their medical records must write to the following address: Department of Veterans Affairs Records Management Center P.

Improving in those areas may make all the difference next year.

And your civilian education will help in your post-military career.

The people who sat on the board explain what they were looking for and what kept people from getting promoted.

There is a reason why enlisted record brief updates, proper DA photo, and following your career map are mentioned in every after action review.

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