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This monograph is a short history of the us army noncommissioned officer (nco) the history of the united states army and of the noncommissioned officer began in 1775, with the birth of the continental army. The creed has been around for many years in different forms and fashions sergeants can recall reading the creed on the day they were first inducted into the nco corps. » brief history of the nco the origin of the nco in america's fledgling continental army came about through a combination of factors » colors and color guards » nco creed. Study flashcards on nco history at cramcom quickly memorize the terms, phrases and much more cramcom makes it easy to get the grade you want.
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A short history of the non commissioned officer corps of the united states army this presentation was the basis of a professional development program for sold. View military nco historydocx from ssd 4 module 3 e at united states military academy throughouttheusarmy'shistory,thenoncommissionedofficer(nco)hasbeenapivotalfigure,butnevermoreso thantodaywitht. The history of the sergeant major extends back to the earliest days of the army of the united states, but the role that we currently associate with the sergeant major of today is relatively young.