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FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 2014  10:54:20 AM

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4ID sweeps III Corps Soldier, NCO of the Year
Troops from the unit are in contact. There is a friendly aircraft downed in the target area. Wounded personnel are currently pinned down and unable to maneuver due to sniper fire from a nearby village. The commander’s guidance is to destroy the threat with indirect fire in order to provide freedom of movement and security until medical evacuation and recovery assets arrive. Intelligence has confirmed all friendly local nationals have left the village due to insurgent activity, and the local mosque is no longer recognized as a place of worship. The commander has evaluated and cleared all collateral concerns in the area. React. This is the scenario the Soldiers and noncommissioned officers used during the hands-on lane portion of the III Corps Soldier and NCO of the Year competition held...
 
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“ACAP’s programs are great; I think everything they have helps with transitions nicely.” Staff Sgt. Craig Cowan, 69th ADA Bde.

“I think they currently provide all of the services we need.” Master Sgt. Silvestre Lopez, 1st Cav. Div.

“I think the most useful thing is resume help and making sure our military experiences translate well onto a resume for the civilian world.” Sgt. 1st Class Trenton Weeks, 69th ADA Bde.

“A recommended timeline for getting out would be a good service. In the military, we’re used to being told exactly what to do, so a timeline of a smooth exit would be helpful.” Capt. Paul Estrada, U.S. Air Force

“Exact information on the National Guard and the reserves. How it compares to active duty, pay grade, benefits, job openings, etc.” Sgt. Raul Mendoza, 1st Cav. Div.
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