The Institute for Noncommissioned Officer Professional
Development is dedicated to the advancement of Professional
Militiary Education (PME) for NCOs. The staff at the Institute is
comprised of Soldiers, former Soldiers who have attended PME
and career civilians that absolutely are dedicated to our mission.
Out mission places the Noncommissioned Officer first.
Everything we do is based on how we can improve the
Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development System
(INCOPD). We are always looking for ways to improve and never
think that we have all the good ideas. As a matter of fact, we care
more about what you think that what we think. We gather
feedback from all sources; we visit units, NCO Academies,
academic organizations, and any other entity that can provide us
with knowledge that will benefit NCOs.
We have learned since our inception that there are times when
we must exercise our best judgement, even at the expense of
displeasing all stakeholders. These decisions are based on
ample information to craft courses of action that represent the
best possible way ahead.
We will continue to find ways to improve our education system.
We will always welcome your ideas and feedback. The NCO
Corps is a team that puts the Soldier's interest above their own.
We will find ways to complete our mission. We, in the Institute,
will live up to these principles. NCO education is not a stagnate
curriculum, it is an ever changing operation dedicated to the
needs of our Soldiers. We will endeavor to meet the needs of the
NCO; we will not quit.
Thanks for all you do for our Nation. We are proud and honored
to be on the same team.
Director, Institute for NCO Professional Development
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