First Sergeant Course Changes Curriculum

Crozier, David
May 2008
Soldiers;May2008, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p19
The article provides information on the changes to the curriculum of the First Sergeant Course being offered at the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy in Fort Bliss, Texas. As reported, in place of many of the written examinations and classroom instruction led mainly by course instructors is a more student-led, participatory form of instruction that is focused on being relevant in the current operational environment. Curriculum changes include the addition of instruction on riot control, casualty evacuation and improved logistics.


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