Author: Floeter Levi
Brand: University of North Georgia
Package Dimensions: 17x175x275
Number Of Pages: 324
Release Date: 12-02-2018
Details: A one-stop shop for many of the questions and concerns that cadets and junior officers have as they enter a career in the U.S. Army, the New Army Officer’s Survival Guide: Cadet to Commission through Command is the advice-equivalent to a double espresso for junior Army officers; it’s simple, it doesn’t take long to get through, and it provides results. New Army Officer’s Survival Guide: Cadet to Commission through Command comprises advice gained from the author’s first-hand experiences in two separate Company Commands totaling over forty-one months paired with current Army resources and doctrine. Floeter covers many lessons that most officers learn the hard way as a means to help junior officers succeed. New Army Officer’s Survival Guide: Cadet to Commission through Command provides an overview of Army ROTC, a detailed walkthrough of skills needed by Junior Officers across the Army, and a consideration of the intangible measures of successful Commanders, explaining techniques and possible leadership styles or methods to utilize in common situations. It wraps up with four Annexes: Useful gear for the field and office; officer branch and Basic Officer Leader Course information; common acronyms and phrases, and a list of each Punitive Article of the UCMJ. Levi J. Floeter combines dozens of resources into a single easily-readable volume that a cadet or junior officer can carry with them for reference. Floeter’s crisp and clear writing style makes this book a great complement current to Army doctrine and regulations.