12 Non-Commissioned Officers exemplify Be, Know and Do
The success of the Army Reserve Retention Program is dependant on Non-Commissioned Officers, serving as Reserve Career Counselors. Their goal is to transition and retain the strength and future of the Army Reserve; therefore, maintaining and improving the personnel readiness of the United States Army Reserve Command units through aggressive retention of qualified Soldiers. The Army Reserve Career Counselor balances retention management by maintaining contact with Soldiers, building teamwork and establishing partnerships with the unit’s chain of command. To accomplish this mission, they must know the units’ needs, maintain qualified Soldiers and reduce turnover throughout the Army Reserve.
Army Reserve Career Counselors from twelve regions epitomized the traits of a Warrior. Compelled to victory, each had already won preliminary competitions held by their commands.
These 12 competitors embody the Be, Know and Do concept of Non-Commissioned Officers. Follow us for the next two days, as twelve Soldiers exemplify their abilities and show us just how “Army Strong” they are.