By Wilson L. Walker, Master Sergeant, U.S. Army Retired
Getting promoted in today’s Army is more challenging and competitive than ever before. Base closures and personnel draw-downs mean an even more competitive environment for advancement within the Army of today and tomorrow. If you want to quickly get ahead in the Army of the 1990s, you must be different from many of your peers. You must both meet and exceed the expectations of those who can make a difference in your Army career. Above all, you must present your very best self to your boss and members of the promotion board. Here’s the first book to focus on how to get promoted as the Army draws down. Outlining the key principles for getting ahead in today’s Army, the book shows how to:
- Prepare yourself for promotion
- Get promotion points
- Compile the best study guide
- Prepare and present yourself to the promotion board
- Conduct yourself during board procedures
- Prepare for E-7, E-8, and E-9 promotion
Filled with sound advice for ensuring your career goes up as the Army draws down in the 1990s! 125 pages. 1993.
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