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Session Long Project 3 - TUI UNIVERSITY Dean J Keveles...

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TUI UNIVERSITY Dean J. Keveles Module 3 Session Long Project BUS303 - Business Communication Dr. Marsha Beckwith-Howard February 5, 2011
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05 February 2011 LTC Douglas Winters 2nd Battalion, 5th Field Artillery Fort Sill, OK 73503 Dear Sir, The cadre of the Fort Sill Noncommissioned Officer Academy are proud to be the professionals that provide the best in quality education to our Noncommissioned Officer (NCO) Corps. We strive to meet the highest academic standards and provide you with NCOs that return with the skills, knowledge, and attributes in order to lead and train your Soldiers to accomplish your mission. It is with regret that I inform you that I have had to dismiss SSG John Peterson from the Advanced Leader Course for matters of misconduct. He has reported late for training three times since the start of the course on 05 January 2011. His conduct is in violations of both NCO Academy Policy Letters #9 and #15, of which both are enclosed and can also be found at http://sill-www.army.mil/usancoa/policy.htm. These policies are in keeping with Army Regulation 350-1, Army Training and Leader Development. Your other three NCOs attending the course have been performing superbly and we look forward to their continued attendance and graduation on 25 February 2011. Their performance has been a testament to the quality leadership you provide amongst the members of your organization.
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