NCO Creed

The 44 service members who graduated from the Joint Non-Commissioned Officers Course, 3-14, recite the Joint NCO Creed at the culmination of the ceremony Feb. 18, 2014.

The 44 service members who graduated from the Joint Non-Commissioned Officers Course, 3-14, recite the Joint NCO Creed at the culmination of the ceremony Feb. 18, 2014. The creed was recently written by seven service members deployed to the Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, and emphasizes the idea that by using the strengths of each Service, we are stronger, more efficient and more effective in accomplishing the mission at CJTF-HOA. The joint NCO course is designed to enhance leadership, mentorship, and confidence in NCOs.

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