U.S. Soliders, Sailors, Airmen and Marines stand at attention during the U.S. Pacific Command assumption of command ceremony at Camp Smith, Hawaii, March 26, 2007.  U.S. Navy Adm. Timothy J. Keating is assuming command of PACOM from U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Daniel Leaf in a ceremony presided over by Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates.  DoD photo by Cherie A. Thurlby. (Released)

Diversity matters…  It’s what makes the melting pot that is the United States successful. Diverse backgrounds, histories, experiences, thoughts, opinions, talents, and traits, amongst a slew of other things, are what lead to success on teams and in organizations. Our military formations and organizations are snapshots of the beautifully blended American mosaic. Bringing everyone together in harmony isn’t as […]

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This week’s blog is a guest post from CPT Bryan Fisher, an Army Engineer Officer.  He brings us a unique reflective look on the story of the original Mentor from Greek mythology, followed up with it’s relevance to our current thoughts on teaching, coaching and mentoring in the military. If you like what you see, let […]

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Welcome to our first guest post of 2017!  This week’s guest author is Garret Gatzemeyer, an Army intelligence officer and a professor of history at the United States Military Academy. The post examines the parallels, as well as, the stark contrasts between what mentorship looks like in academia and in the military. How can we […]

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Our team here at MilitaryMentors.org would like to wish you a happy and prosperous new year.  We are very glad to be a continued presence in your 2017 and beyond.  Thanks for letting us be a part of your professional development! Officially launching last May, we’ve been posting various content since October 2015.  Our content […]

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This week’s post comes from Lieutenant Colonel Eric McCoy, sitting Battalion Commander of 4th Brigade Support Battalion, 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division.  Chevy had the fortune of teaching with him in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership at the United States Military Academy and work with him through the Excel Scholars Program, a […]

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This is the second in a series of four short blogs regarding philosophy, methods to maximize messaging, and why the degree of effectiveness is directly correlated to some very deliberate forethought.  In the last blog topic I addressed the subject of organizational (or command) philosophy.  This edition will focus mostly on the development of an […]

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This week’s guest post is from LTC Rick Black, currently a history professor at West Point.  Would you like to start a conversation with us that may spark a transformation?  Please don’t hesitate to reach out to write a guest post, comment, share, like, or begin a mentorship relationship based upon what you find here with […]

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Reaching the summit has been great.  Everyone has been bringing out their random flags, shirts, school paraphernalia, and other mementos to freeze the moment in time through photo.  Emotions and adrenaline are high.  Everyone feels good as the shed the weariness that now seemingly was left along the side of the mountain. As you pause and sit at the […]

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