• A proclamation bearing the NCO Creed sits atop a table awaiting signatures from all U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command Noncommissioned Officers Sept. 28.

    The NCO Creed

    A proclamation bearing the NCO Creed sits atop a table awaiting signatures from all U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command Noncommissioned Officers Sept. 28.

  • Sgt. 1st Class Shane Machleit, Army Evaluation Center, signs the NCO Creed during a ceremony at the U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command headquarters building Sept. 28 as part of the Army's Profession of Arms "Operation Solemn Promise" campaign.

    I solemnly swear...

    Sgt. 1st Class Shane Machleit, Army Evaluation Center, signs the NCO Creed during a ceremony at the U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command headquarters building Sept. 28 as part of the Army's Profession of Arms "Operation Solemn Promise" campaign.

  • Noncommissioned Officers of Headquarters, the Army Evaluation Center and Aberdeen Test Center of ATEC recite the NCO Creed as they reaffirm their commitment to serve Sept. 28.

    Reaffirming Commitment

    Noncommissioned Officers of Headquarters, the Army Evaluation Center and Aberdeen Test Center of ATEC recite the NCO Creed as they reaffirm their commitment to serve Sept. 28.

  • Noncommissioned Officers of Headquarters, the Army Evaluation Center and Aberdeen Test Center of ATEC recite the NCO Creed as they reaffirm their commitment to serve as part of the Army's Profession of Arms Sept. 28.

    Noncommissioned Officers of Headquarters, the...

    Noncommissioned Officers of Headquarters, the Army Evaluation Center and Aberdeen Test Center of ATEC recite the NCO Creed as they reaffirm their commitment to serve as part of the Army's Profession of Arms Sept. 28.

  • Command Sgt. Maj. Allen Fritzsching signs the NCO Creed proclamation to reaffirm his support of the duties of the Noncommissioned Officer Sept. 28 in support of Operation Solemn Promise.

    Leading the Way

    Command Sgt. Maj. Allen Fritzsching signs the NCO Creed proclamation to reaffirm his support of the duties of the Noncommissioned Officer Sept. 28 in support of Operation Solemn Promise.

  • Command Sgt. Maj. Carlton Handy signs the NCO Creed proclamation to reaffirm his support of the duties of the Noncommissioned Officer Sept. 28 in support of Operation Solemn Promise.

    Leading AEC

    Command Sgt. Maj. Carlton Handy signs the NCO Creed proclamation to reaffirm his support of the duties of the Noncommissioned Officer Sept. 28 in support of Operation Solemn Promise.

  • Sgt. 1st Class Corey Brandon signs the NCO Creed proclamation to reaffirm his commitment of the duties of the Noncommissioned Officer Sept. 28 in support of Operation Solemn Promise.

    Ever an NCO

    Sgt. 1st Class Corey Brandon signs the NCO Creed proclamation to reaffirm his commitment of the duties of the Noncommissioned Officer Sept. 28 in support of Operation Solemn Promise.

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - Noncommissioned officers of Headquarters, the Army Evaluation Center and Aberdeen Test Center of the U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command recite the NCO Creed as they reaffirm their commitment to serve as part of the Army's Profession of Arms "Operation Solemn Promise" campaign at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., Sept. 28.

The NCOs attended an early morning training session that offered a review of their duties as noncommissioned officers in the Army prior to reciting the NCO Creed.

ATEC began completing the requirements of Operation Solemn Promise at the beginning of September and will transition to Phase II Oct. 1. In October, the command will focus monthly training on the Army Values beginning with Loyalty and ending with Personal Courage.

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