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PDF Field Manual FM 7-22.7 (TC 22-6) The Army NonCommissioned Officer Guide (NCO’s Guide)
That’s great news 1SG! Just as you said when I opened it up I read something that I didn’t fully get the last time I had read it. At one point, it was a unit requirement to have a physical copy of that manual in the front section of our leader’s book binders; since they had holes which made them easily inserted into a standard 3 ring binder. The words of wisdom of past leaders that blazed the trail for us. Log In with Google. The stories of how those NCOs before put it all on line to accomplish the mission.
Please help me if I am not. They regularly post updates on the CAC website, here: Sign Up with Email.
SFC Stockton, Your post did two things. Upon further checking it seems to me as if many of the very important FMs will not be included in the doctrine push. Maybe I am not reading this right and may not be fully understanding it. Already have an account? Sign Up with Google. We need this publication and we as leaders need to push it down to these new leaders.
CSM Join to see. CW2 Join to see. Sign Up with Facebook. Could it use an update; sure why not.
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CSM Join to see 5 y. Posted in these groups: Posted on Feb 15, Here is the link: Your post did two things. Log In with Facebook. With the new Doctrine campaign, I don’t see any plan to incorporate it. Posted 5 y ago.
Should an updated version of The NCO Guide FM 7-22.7 be included in Doctrine 2015?
You can not know where you are going until you know where you came from. Now to answer the original question. The second thing your post made me do was dig into this doctrine 7–22.7 noticed what you are speaking of. But some of those things are priceless. One made me go back and pick up my copy of I for one think it would be a shame to lose this reference I included the link for the usacac brief so everyone can see what I see.
The Army should absolutely maintain that reference for continued NCO development. SFC Join to see.
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In fact first thing after the holiday I am going to find out how many of the young NCOs in my company even know what I have read it numerous times and always find something new I can use. FM is also still a treasure trove of leadership resources and doctrine. Even now, whenever I want to do a self-analysis or observe the performance of subordinate supervisors, I still think of those 11 principles of leadership and evaluate whether or not those concepts are being applied in action.
Tried ordering it recently for our NCO induction and was told strait from the publication agency that it is under revision.
I’m pleased to hear that the FM is being revised, rather than phased out. Yes we still need our NCO guide.
I think we need it now more than ever.