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When was the creed of the noncommissioned officer written?

Last Updated: 28th February, 2020

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1974

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Also asked, who wrote the creed of the noncommissioned officer?

During a brainstorming session, SFC Earle Brigham andJimmie Jakes Sr. were credited with writing on a sheet of paper thethree letters "N C O", and the committee began building acreed, a "yardstick by which to measurethemselves."

Furthermore, what is the Army NCO creed? No one is more professional than I. I am anoncommissioned officer, a leader of Soldiers. As anoncommissioned officer, I realize that I am a member of atime honored corps, which is known as "The Backbone of theArmy". All Soldiers are entitled to outstanding leadership;I will provide that leadership.

Regarding this, when was the soldiers creed written?

2003

Can a NCO become an officer?

An NCO may oversee other enlisted servicemembers, but not officers. yes, you can get promotedfrom enlisted to officer. This may happen immediately anddirectly (though rarely, such as with a battlefield commission), orby having an NCO go through OCS to receive acommission.

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