Noncommissioned Officer Education and Professional Development Study
CONTINENTAL ARMY COMMAND FORT MONROE VA
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The following are among this studys recommendations Retain the present Noncommissioned Officer Education System NCOES as the Armys program for noncommissioned officer education and professional development and implement it fully as rapidly as possible Examine the NCOES and make modification to insure that every soldier in every military occupational specialty has a career path through NCOES to noncommissioned officer rank Develop, insofar as possible, programs of instruction within NCOES which will include all MOS, consolidating instruction to insure flexibility in accommodating all MOS within programmed classes at each service school regardless of variations in ACMF and MOS training Continue to analyze service school courses to eliminate duplication between NCOES and specialized and functional courses Terminate the Skill Development Base Program as rapidly as possible, by 30 June 1972, or earlier, in favor of earlier expansion of NCOES Retain the present organization of noncommissioned officer academies for the foreseeable future and Develop on NCOES student procurement system to replace current solicitation procedures for procurement of best-qualified students, by establishment of mandatory quota requirements, which must be met, based on distribution of personnel within major organizations by MOS and rank.
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