White_Robert_Course__Project_Actual_v1

White_Robert_Course__Project_Actual_v1 - Course Project...

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Course Project PTSD and leadership challenges D e v r y U n i v e r s i t y - K e l l e r G r a d u a t e S c h o o l 3 0 A u g 2 0 1 1 G M 5 9 1 – S e p 1 1 P r o f e s s o r K e n n e t h G o l d s m i t h Robert N. White Student ID – D03454209 CMR 411 Box 1577 APO AE 09112 (503)336- 1695
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Table of Contents Table of Contents ....................................................................................................................... 2 Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 3 Problem Statement .................................................................................................................... 6 Literature Review ....................................................................................................................... 7 Analysis .................................................................................................................................... 11 Solution .................................................................................................................................... 13 Reflection ................................................................................................................................. 15 References ............................................................................................................................... 17
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Introduction Overview of Organization I will be discussing the current organization I am with throughout this paper. I have been with Q Troop, Regimental Support Squadron, 2 nd Cavalry Regiment, Vilseck Germany for just under three years. I have held several leadership positions while with Q Troop including Platoon Leader for the Joint Node Network (satellite based) section, Executive Officer (assistant commander), and Platoon Leader for the Retransmission (line of sight) section. This paper revolves around some of the decisions and issues I came into while signed as the Platoon Leader for the Retransmission section. As a Platoon Leader I was directly responsible for the health and welfare of a twenty – two man section. I directed the training of the Platoon (team) and ensured that at a moment’s notice my Platoon, and all the equipment assigned would be able to provide Signal Support to those that deploy, engage and conquer the enemies of the United States in close combat. History of Organization Q Troop has always had a well-defined history of proving signal support service to the 2 nd Cavalry Regiment as well as those the 2CR supports. Whether it is establishing a line of sight shot within the toughest streets of Iraq or setting in a retransmission through the mountains of Afghanistan; Q Troop made it happen while setting the standards for other Signal Units to follow. Know to be innovative, creative, and reliable; Q Troop has always been called upon for
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the toughest missions. One of those missions occurred during the last deployment to
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course GM591ON H taught by Professor Kennethgoldsmith during the Fall '11 term at Keller Graduate School of Management.

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