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mission-essential

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  • In the war zone, Sergeant J learned to function on little sleep, react instantly when threatened, shut down emotions to focus on mission-essential tasks, take care of team members, and use anger to control fear and engage the enemy.

    Charles Hoge: PBS's 'This Emotional Life': Once a Warrior, Always a Warrior

  • In the war zone, Sergeant J learned to function on little sleep, react instantly when threatened, shut down emotions to focus on mission-essential tasks, take care of team members, and use anger to control fear and engage the enemy.

    Charles Hoge: PBS's 'This Emotional Life': Once a Warrior, Always a Warrior

  • A revised evaluation issued for Aiyetoro a few days later by another doctor found that he could wear body armor but "only during mission-essential movements."

    resistance is all: iraq war vet suicide rate still climbing, chronically ill soldiers forced to deploy

  • Much more now is in place under Army Regulation 500-3 and other hard line provisions to assure "the execution of mission-essential functions without unacceptable interruption during a national security or domestic emergency."

    Obama's "War on Terror"

  • While mission termination for health reasons was a possibility with any crewmember, it was anecessary risk for all mission-essential crewmembers.

    Riding Rockets

  • While mission termination for health reasons was a possibility with any crewmember, it was anecessary risk for all mission-essential crewmembers.

    Riding Rockets

  • While mission termination for health reasons was a possibility with any crewmember, it was anecessary risk for all mission-essential crewmembers.

    Riding Rockets

  • While mission termination for health reasons was a possibility with any crewmember, it was anecessary risk for all mission-essential crewmembers.

    Riding Rockets

  • Normally, a commander will assign one mission-essential task to each subordinate unit.

    FM 71-1 Chapter 2 Battle Command

  • Leaders should focus on the readiness of mission-essential equipment and ammunition and on the mission understanding of all subordinate leaders and individual soldiers.

    FM 71-1 Chapter 2 Battle Command

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