Free Essays on Marine Corps Leadership Essay

  1. leading Marines

    Leading Marines Lance Corporal Steven M. Spencer CLB-31 / Embark 2013/10/18 To: Gunnery Sergeant Sandoval / # / 0491 Originator: Lance Corporal Steven M. Spencer / 1262282666 / 0431 Task: Provide an essay summarizing MCWP 6-11 Leading Marines, also answer the question of, ‘Why did...

  2. History of the Marine Nco

    Role of the Marine Non Commissioned Officer After the Vietnam War ended, the Marine Corps’ main focus changed from broad scale operations, to being an Expeditionary Force in Readiness. Although this was no new role for the United States Marine Corps (USMC), there have been many changes in society,...

  3. Evaluating Historical Views of Leadership

    Evaluating Historical Views of Leadership March 9, 2014 University of Phoenix Evaluating Historical Views of Leadership This paper evaluates the leadership views of Plato, Aristotle, Lao-Tzu, and Machiavelli from the point of view of the modern military leader. The process of evaluation...

  4. Nco of Marines

    What does ot mean to me what a marine NCO is First off i would like to state a well known quote known by all Marines, "Non Commissioned Officers (NCO's) are the backbone of the United States Marine Corps." Without the NCO's the Marine Corps could not function. This quote alone holds a great deal of...

  5. Non-Commissioned Officer the Embodiment of the Corps’ History and Tradition

    the Modern Corps’ Non-commissioned Officer the Embodiment of the Corps’ History and Tradition?” The United States Marine Corps non-commissioned officers are the Marines who have proven that they are worthy to handle the responsibility to lead junior Marines. The backbone of the Marine Corps as they...

  6. Doing Tasks in a Timely Manner

    Doing Tasks In a Timely Manner This essay is to explain why to do assigned tasks in the allotted time given and the importance of a deadline. Everyday you go to work there is somebody that you answer to who assigns you your tasks for the day. When assigned duties, those tasks you are given a time...

  7. My Leadership Credo "Mission Accomplishment"

    My Leadership Credo "Mission Accomplishment" My training to become a United States Marine began when the bus reached Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina. I was awakened from a sound sleep by a screaming man telling everybody to get off the bus, and get outside on the yellow...

  8. Marine Corps Leadership

    Marine Corps Leadership NonCommissioned Officers are the backbone of the Marine Corps.   Each leader is very different from the other.   Some Marines enjoy being a corporal only because of the increase in rank and pay.   A few become the tactless leaders junior Marines try to avoid.   Fortunately...

  9. Leadership Credo

    that the Marine Corps utilizes on a daily bases. Each one by themselves are effective elements. However, with proper instruction and balance they become twice as effective when used together. An equal statement can be said about Authoritative and Delegative styles of leadership. They both provide...

  10. Marine Nco

    this essay is the difference between a United States marine corps Sergeant and a United States marine corps Corporal. It is important to understand the differences; because of the different responsibilities that each rank is assigned. Also along with the differences between the rank of a Marine Corporal...

  11. Grooming

    The Importance of cleanliness in the Marine Corps There are many reasons for cleanliness and grooming in the marine corps. The requirement for hair grooming standard is important to maintain uniformity within a Marine population. Many hair styles are acceptable as long as they are very neat and...

  12. The Modern Nco in the Marine Corps

    Schmuckatelle Corporals Course 10-1 4th Squad “Embodiment of Marine Corps History and Traditions: The modern NCO” The modern Marine NCO is the embodiment of the Corps’ history and traditions for more reasons that can be mentioned in this essay. Before we dive into the reasons, we must understand what...

  13. Being a Leader

    you hold leadership over. With this a leader needs to know when it is time to lead and when it is time to follow. By doing this you will gain leadership traits from your superiors that can be taken and added to your base of moral values to improve upon your way as a leader. In the Marine Corps there are...

  14. History of Nco

    adopted in 1859 and subsequently carried by noncommissioned officers (NCOs) of the United States Marine Corps is patterned after the United States Army’s foot officers’ sword of 1850, with minor differences. Marine NCO swords feature a cast-brass hilt with a half-basket guard; leather-wrapped grip bound with...

  15. The Word Often Used That Has Several Meanings

    obliged to inform B about A’s (past or future) actions and decisions, to justify them, and to suffer punishment in the case of eventual misconduct". In leadership roles, accountability is the acknowledgment and assumption of responsibility for actions, products, decisions, and policies including the administration...

  16. My Experience in the Marine Corps

    Marine Corps Boot Camp i My Experience in the Marine Corps Suzanne Fernandes Writing 100 Professor Palumbo October 4, 2009 1 Marine Corps Boot Camp My day of departure was such an emotional day for my family and I. It was a cold December morning at 4 am when I had to say my goodbyes...

  17. philosophy

    maintain a mentorship folder on their Marines. Monthly mentorship is the cornerstone of developing Marines ethics, values, esprit de corps, and morale. Mentorship is not a one way conversation but instead will be a dialogue opened up between the individual Marine and his supervisor. A formal counseling...

  18. Millitary Leaders

    MCWP 6-11 Leading Marines U.S. Marine Corps DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release, distribution is unlimited. PCN 143 000129 00 MCCDC (C 42) 27 Nov 2002 ERRATUM to MCWP 6-11 LEADING MARINES 1. For administrative purposes, FMFM 1-0 is reidentified as MCWP 6-11. 143 000129...

  19. Adaptive Leadership Essay

    goes on and on. The military’s rich history has afforded scholars the opportunity to dissect how leadership is developed in the military. People can look to the military for guidance on effective leadership because officers “… are trained for high-stakes positions at a young age and are sometimes thrown...

  20. United States Marine Corps General Orders

    I am writing this essay on the United states marine corps general orders. I will explain how they apply on my post as a military police officer at Marine Corps Air Station New river. I will list all the general orders from 1 to 11 and give a description of how they apply on the flight line and how i...

  21. Leading Marines

    Transformation U.S. Marine Corps PCN 144 000075 00 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY Headquarters United States Marine Corps Washington, D.C. 20380-1775 28 June 1999 FOREWORD Our Corps does two things for America: we make Marines and we win...

  22. Be Know Do

    Be, Know, Do The purpose of this essay is to explain in my own words the meaning of the United States Army time-honored principle of Be, Know, and Do and how this principle will assist me to understand my role and responsibility as a United States Army Non-Commissioned Officer and leader. It will...

  23. Complying with the Commands

    To obey someone means to comply with or fulfill the commands or instructions of that specific person. We are taught as United State Marines to obey our higher ups. Well, being enlisted in the United States Military, active duty or reserve, we take the following oath; “I do solemnly swear that I will...

  24. Accountability in the USMC

    Gear Accountability This essay I am writing is about the importance of gear accountability in the United States Marine Corps. During this essay I will be explaining the importance of gear accountability, the effects of not having gear accountability, and what we as Marines need to keep in our minds...

  25. Marine Corps Order P1020

    Marine Corps Order P1020.34G. This one order clearly explains every uniform regulation the Marine Corps has. It goes into to detail on everything from hair color to boots and utilities. From chevron placement to shaven faces. It not only explains the male uniform regulations, but female uniform regulations...

  26. Marine Corps Customs and Courtesies

    Marine Corps Customs and Courtesies The purpose of this essay is to define and identify Customs and Courtesies of the United States Marine Corps. In order to do so most accurately, I will draw from both Naval and Marine Corps references used to teach and reteach customs and courtesies to recruits...

  27. Respect and Why the Marine Corps Has a Rank Structure.

    Respect and why the Marine Corps has a rank structure. There are very few things in the modern military of today or any military that has ever existed before our current military for that matter, that are more important than the rank structure and the the respect that is demanded of you by that rank...

  28. Marine Nco

    History of the Marine NCO Throughout military history, they strive for excellence and superiority among others is something that all nations with armed forces struggle to have. The United States is by far probably the most successful countries since its existence and part of that is because it has...

  29. stuff

    United States Marine Corps Professional Reading Program Book Discussion Sustaining the Transformation 1. In as few words as possible, what is this book about? This book is about two brothers who go into the Marine Corps 2. What made you want to read it? I was forced to read this book...

  30. History of the U.S. Marine Corps Noncommissioned Officer 1958-Present

    History Of the U.S. Marine Corps Noncommissioned Officer 1958-Present Noncommissioned Officers are the backbone of the Marine Corps. Each leader is vastly different from the other. Some Marines enjoy being a corporal only because of the increase in rank and pay. A few become the tactless leaders...

  31. Obedience to Orders

    they should be able to handle and lead younger Marines. So at the time an order or request is made despite how one feels about the request it must be done and done without question and as efficiently as possible. The senior Marine is in a position of leadership and is there to help lead and assist the platoon...

  32. Marine and Da' Vinci Notes

    Before joining the Marine Corps, I had the opportunity to go to college and get a degree. In High school I played football and excelled in baseball. Grades were the challenge. Until my eleventh grade in high school I was great in class as I was on the field. I buckled down, to graduate June of 05’ securing...

  33. Killer Rides

    1. Reading the book "Leading Marines" shed some light on the Marine Corps for me. I grasp a new understanding of what makes great leaders within our Corps. 2. "Every Marine is a Rifleman" something we were all told since Boot Camp. I've understood the concept but being in Afghanistan gave me a whole...

  34. Organizational Roles and Responsibilities in the Marine Corps

    management for the most part are one in the same when speaking about the Marine Corps. There are very few circumstances where the two can be seen as being independent from each other. The different positions that may cause Marines to fill a more managerial role will be discussed. I will also delve into...

  35. leadership

    With our country's freedom depending on us as Marines, we must ensure that we are always capable of protecting our country. A military unit is effective only when its leaders are. There are three reasons why military leadership is essential: a. The first reason is the coordination of people and activities...

  36. Marine corps vs Acohol abuse

    There are many factors which may cause Marines to abuse substances such as Alcohol. Some of these factors include boredom, anger, depression, peer pressure, lack of supervision, and over all bad habits. In this essay I PFC Nava will be stating my opinions on why I believe CAAT 2 may have an alcohol...

  37. Usmc

    at my place of work. Snice im just an E-3 in the marine corps I ll have to listin and do what im told by higher rank with out question. Hears a couple of examples rank structure, obeying a lawful order and leadership traits and how to lead younger marines and teach them the right way of how to do the...

  38. What It Means to Be a Marine

    What it means to be Marine When did you decide that you wanted a change in your life? When did you want to step up and make a difference? What did it mean to you before you signed the dotted line and raised your right hand to take an oath? Was it worth it? Everyone has their own reason for doing...

  39. Marine Corps Leadership

    Leadership In society, as well as the Marine Corps. good leaders are not born, but made. They are molded and shaped by the challenges and strifes in there life. If a person has the desire and willpower, he can become an effective leader. Good leaders develop through a never ending process of self-study...

  40. Marine Corp

    United State Marine Corps        I.            Introduction I have always wanted to join the Marine Corps to serve my country. To me the Marine Corps seems like a good way to make a living, and to serve my country. I have a cousin who had just joined the Marines, and he is my inspiration. If I want...

  41. The importance of leadership traits

    principle of leadership traits is something that separates the Marine Corps from not only other branches of the military but also every other organization in the world. The stress for every Marine to have the ability to be a leader and to take charge and do what they know is right allows the leadership to trust...

  42. The Corps Leaders

    The Corps 1 The Corps Judd Nelson OPT 110 Professor Headache July 1, 2009 The Corps 2 The United States Marine Corps does not create an elite force of men and women simply by barking orders at underlings or demanding grueling rounds of laps. Rather, the Corps...

  43. Battle Leadership

    BOOK REPORT 1. TITLE: Battle Leadership 2. AUTHOR: Adolf Von Schell 3. PUBLISHER: The Beginning Herald 4. PUBLISHED: 1933 5. PAGES: 104 6. COST: $22.50 7. SUBJECT: Personal experiences of a young officer Capt. Adolf Von Schell of the German Army with observations on battle tactics and...

  44. Marines Gear Accountability

    There are many important reasons to be checking your gear constantly to keep proper Marine Corps issued gear accountability as an United States Marine Infantryman in the United States Marine Corps. It is your responsibility to always have proper gear accountability at all times and your military ID....

  45. ACCOUNTABILITY

    Sidney Watts Targeting Disciplinary essay Accountability and Setting the example Accountability, usually used in reference to responsibility. It is the state of being liable, from the top to the bottom, how can you plan for an action if you do not even know where all of your troops are? There...

  46. Nut Sack

    customs and courtesies have been established throughout the marine corps history. These customs include proper greetings, saluting, and showing respect for the proper ranks. the proper greeting should always be given to any office and non officer alike. officers should be greeted even if they are uncovered...

  47. Texas Young Marines Customs and Courtesies

    2nd Texas Young Marines Battalion 1st Texas Young Marines Regiment LESSON PLAN CUSTOMS AND COURTESIES NOTES TO INSTRUCTOR: The Values to be emphasized during this period of instrution are: Loyalty Discipline Dependability Duty Bearing Respect...

  48. Wellington’s Great Leadership Actions and Traits

    WELLINGTON’S GREAT LEADERSHIP ACTIONS AND TRAITS Patrick Rayl Excelsior College MIL301 M3A1 Wellesley’s leadership actions During September 1803, Major General Wellesley demonstrated great leadership action by leading his men, a combined force of about 24,000 fully equipped British and Hyderabad...

  49. Management versus Leadership

     Management versus Leadership Billy B. Bob MGT 380  Ryan Newcomb September 23, 2014 Management versus Leadership One of the biggest debates in my professional career has been the controversy over managers and leaders. I use to think that the two were identical and that they...

  50. The Marines

    The Marines Imagine; it is dusk. There is an injured man flung across your shoulders, and he seems to be getting heavier by the second. You have been given the duty to get him to safety. Suddenly, you hear gunshots and feel a stinging pain in your left leg. Your breaths become shorter and your vision...

  51. sustaining the transformation

    the Transformation U.S. Marine Corps PCN 144 000075 00 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY Headquarters United States Marine Corps Washington, D.C. 20380-1775 28 June 1999 FOREWORD Our Corps does two things for America:...

  52. Leading Marines

    Leading marines Book written by C.E. Mundy This report is based upon the book leading marines, written by C.E. Mundy. Published August 28th 1999 by DIANE Publishing Company About the Authur C.E. Mundy was a Four Star General in the united states Marine corps. MUNDY Served 38 years of active...

  53. honor, courage, commitment

    The Marine Corps have had a very long and distinguished history of service to the country. Their main target is to become a Corps of men and women who can consistently uphold the highest moral character with or without having their uniforms on. From that commitment their foundation of Honor, Courage...

  54. The Importance of Taking Notes

    taking notes will help you to memorize this VITAL technical data/information on the numerous weapon systems employed by our beloved United States Marine Corps(USMC). Which in turn, this vast amount of technical data will definitely put you ahead of the competition when you are heading out into the real...

  55. Usmc Importance of Doing the Right Thign

    General Carl E. Mundy, Jr. wrote in a memorandum that “Marines are held to the highest standard of personal conduct. The Nation expects that from us. The personal and professional conduct, decency, integrity and accountability of Marines must be beyond reproach. This is a non negotiable principle...

  56. Analysis and summery of MCDP 2, Leading Marines.

    Leading Marines is the greatest resource that I have come across so far for guidance and motivation in becoming a leader of Marines. In one neat sentence located in the forward, we are given everything that sums up what is expected of future leaders of Marines: "Our actions as Marines every day must...

  57. Marines Clean Room

    not let myself become carried away, interested in my own life and ignore others around me. It is an opportunity to be sheltered by the United States Marines and I should be requesting the requests they ask of me while living here. This is not my permanent home; I am only here for a short time. I should...

  58. On Punctuality

    Language. In United States Marine Corps terms, it is basically described as being at one’s appointed place of duty at any given time. All in all, the word punc- tual is one way to describe the concept of being on time. This idea of being on time does not just apply to the Marine Corps, but life in general...

  59. Marine Corps Traditions

    Essay During its many years of experience in both peace and war the Marine Corps has developed many traditions, and there are some I find most important and they are leadership, loyalty, dependability, customs, and courtesies. There’s a saying that no one is born a leader, people become leaders through...

  60. Federalism Essay

    pros and cons of the government are provided in this essay. Such as why it is necessary to have a national defense system and financial aid; and why welfare, and the PPACA (Obamacare), affects citizens of the United States so harshly. This essay discusses what having a federal system means and what...