Ft. Buchanan, PR – Over the weekend Commanders, Command Sergeants Major and First Sergeants from the 1st Mission Support Command (1st MSC), US Army Reserve in Puerto Rico, participate at the Command Team Development Workshop, 24 – 25 Jan.
During this event, the Command Teams of the 1st MSC received orientations on the following topics: safety, medical readiness, equal opportunity, promotion boards, career management, food services, and emergency management, among others. With the intent to increase readiness within the command, this workshop allows them to build leadership dynamics for Troop Program Units (TPU) and share strategies with other TPU leadership teams.
Brig. Gen. Jose R. Burgos, Commanding General of the 1st MSC, started the event sharing his priorities and command philosophy with all the attendees, which include; Mission, the Army Values, Discipline, People, Safety and his expectations to continue the success of the 1st MSC.
“Provide First Class Mission Command for assigned and attached forces with Ready, Resilient and Relevant leaders who are competent in their duties, demonstrate character in their decisions and actions, and display unquestionable commitment to the mission despite the risk, challenge, and adversity.” – mentioned Brig. Gen. Burgos on his command philosophy.
Lt. Colonel Anthony A. Francia Jr., Commander for the 5th Battalion, Army Reserve Career Division, and Major Donald Saxon, Career Management Officer, were among the workshop attendees. They had the opportunity to address the audience about career management and promotion boards.
The 1st Mission Support Command is planning to conduct more events like this Workshop at least every 6 months to keep the readiness of the units in the command.
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