A Focus on Soldiers

Command Sgt. Maj. Schultz addrss the NCO at ARCD.

Command Sgt. Maj. Schultz addrss the NCO at ARCD.

With a focus on Solders, the Army Reserve’s new Command Sgt. Maj., Command Sgt. Maj. Michael D. Schultz is reviewing the troops. Recently returning from Afghanistan, and now assigned as the top Army Reserve enlisted Soldier, Command Sgt. Maj. Schultz recently visited the Army Reserve Careers Division (ARCD) Headquarters.

Soldier focused, Command Sgt. Maj. Schultz shared with the enlisted Soldiers of ARCD his view that in the shaping of our forces we must maintain balance by replacing non-production Soldiers with quality Soldiers. He also talked about living the Soldier’s Creed and applying “Personal Courage, this is # 1. Something wrong: let’s fix it.”

His top concerns:
– How will the Army Reserve Career Counselors (ARCC) supporting our Soldiers?
– Do Army Reserve Soldiers know ARCCs are available for them in theater?
– The need to maintain oversight of Soldiers in the Warrior Transition Unit.

His goal is to be the Subject Matter Expert (SME) to direct questions, thus setting the example and living the Soldiers Creed, I am an expert and I am a professional.

Take a moment and share with us, how do you thing the Army Reserve Career Counselor can best support you?
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Command Sgt. Maj. Michael D. Schultz is a veteran of three deployments in support of the Global War on Terrorism – to Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait was sworn in on March 16, 2010. To read more >>

Note: The Army Reserve Careers Division and its 13 Regional Career Offices are missioned to grow and sustain the strength of the Army Reserve by providing skill-rich operational forces to commanders. Over 1400 Army Reserve Career Counselors, located throughout the United States and its territories, Europe, and in the current Southwest Asian Theater of operations with Army Central Command, provide Army Reserve Warriors – both prior service and Individual Ready Reserve transfers – to Army Reserve Units. They also conduct reenlistments, present career progression opportunities and manage accession programs.


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