Army's oldest NCO Academy adjusts training to stimulate leadership
Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Tonya Gonzales, 123rd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment
GRAFENWOEHR, Germany - A Soldier attending the Warrior Leader Course, class 07-11 from Bravo Company, 7th Army Noncommissioned Officer Academy, radios in a simulated 9-line MEDEVAC (medical evacuation) request to his higher headquarters here, April 11, while questioned and filmed by an embedded media reporter. The WLC is the initial leadership course for U.S. Army enlisted Soldiers where they are trained in various garrison and tactical leadership lessons while enhancing their leadership potentials. Under the auspice of the Joint Multinational Training Command, the 7th Army NCOA is the first and oldest NCOA in the U.S. Army, and works to build partnership capacity by incorporating relevant training to the contemporary operating environment. The JMTC is the only place in the U.S. Army that regularly trains with multinational partners.
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