Squad Leaders, are all personnel present?
Good _________, (CSM/SGM/1SG/MSG/SFC)_______ and students of Battle Room 6. I am ____ from the Staff Sargent Todd R Cornell NCO Academy.
This is an Unclassified Brief.
The overall risk assessment is low. Some hazards are sitting for long periods of time, so make sure you stand up slowly. The coffee pot in the back of the room could be hot, be cautious around it. Also be cautious of tripping hazards around the room from the computer cords. And in the event of an emergency, fire or tornado, follow the proper protocol and be sure to get accountability.
The purpose of this Oral History Brief is to inform you of George Washington’s life, origin of leadership, and his role in the Revolutionary War.
In this brief I will discuss George Washington’s early life, provide possible influences that made Washington a great leader, and describe his leadership during the revolutionary war.
Washington was born on February 22nd, 1732, on a farmhouse in Virginia. Due to his father’s death, at the young age of 12 Washington had to run one of his father’s plantations. With taking this job, he had to watch over 50 slaves and a large amount of land. This provides some reasoning why Washington was a very good leader and knew how to give orders.
He only received elementary schooling but he was a very good student in math. Therefore he went on to further education in mathematics, which would lead surveying. From his success in surveying, he was quickly appointed to adjutant, which is the assistant military administrative officer, he served in this position for the southern district of Virginia under Lieutenant Governor Robert Dinwiddle.
A year later he became the adjutant of the Northern Neck and Eastern Shore. In 1753, the governor warned the French to stop their infringements on the Ohio Valley land that had been claimed by the king. Dinwiddle sent one messenger, but he failed. He ordered Washington to warn the French on October...