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Epi #11, The Newly Promoted Sergeant

The Promoted Sergeant

Promoted Sergeant
Staff Sgt. Luis Santos, the Combined Task Force 4-2 (4th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division)’s Afghan National Security Force Development Cell operations noncommissioned officer, is promoted to sergeant first class by Lt. Col. Bruce Moses, the ANSF Development Cell team chief, during a promotion ceremony March 1 on Forward Operating Base Masum Ghar in the Panjwa’i district of Afghanistan. Santos, a Ponce, Puerto Rico, native, has received every promotion in his career while deployed overseas. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Kimberly Hackbarth, 4th SBCT, 2nd Inf. Div. Public Affairs Office)

After an almost 1-year break, our podcasts are back. This edition we bring you Episode 11 with a new format and a different way to start the conversation, we hope you the listener engages with us and our listeners at our site NCOGuide.net. In this shortened episode host CSM (Ret.) Dan Elder answers a question about NCO leadership in the Reserve Components and responds to a request for advice for newly promoted sergeants.

The NCO Guide is a forum for the host CSM (Ret.) Dan Elder and his guests to discuss topics of interest to US Army noncommissioned officers and to enhance the dialog between professionals, as well as offer advice and counsel in a no-nonsense way. Please feel free to add your own feedback here in the comments section or call our Hotline at (254) 853-4410, or use the Twitter hashtag #NCOGuide and tell us what you think.

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