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Gladiators Build Esprit de Corps

Esprit de Corps is one of the essential characteristics of the Army Profession, and Soldiers in the 1st Special Forces Group (FSG) [Airborne] recently competed in an event that fosters that characteristic: the 2nd Annual Gladiator Challenge, held at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington.

Spec. Amanda Ridder wrote an article about the event entitled, "Gladiators embody 'Esprit de Corps.'" In the article, 1st FSG Command Sgt. Maj. Shane Shorter, initiator of the first Gladiator Challenge, said, "The fighters come here to put it all on the line in front of these guys, gals and me, and that takes a lot of guts."

Read the full story here: Gladiators embody 'Esprit de Corps'

TRADOC NCO Town Hall 4

The State of NCO Development Town Hall 4, conducted live online Mar. 30, 2017, focused on Stewards of the Profession, which is the third line of effort from the NCO 2020 Strategy. TRADOC Command Sgt. Maj. David Davenport hosted the live event as part of a four-part series and provided Soldiers with a unique opportunity to pose questions to senior leaders.

Sgt. Maj. Boris Bolaños, from the Center for the Army Profession and Ethic (CAPE), answered questions about the Army's ongoing character development project and the sergeant major of the Army's Not in My Squad initiative, both for which CAPE is the Army proponent.

Watch the full event below:

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