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Building a World-Class Noncommissioned Officer Corps.

I enjoyed Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Gerald R. Murray's article "Developing Airmen: Building a World-Class Noncommissioned Officer Corps" (winter 2005, http:// www.airpower.maxwell.af.mil/airchronicles/ apj/apj05/win05/murray.html). Chief Murray mentioned the importance of mentoring, and I have been fortunate enough to have had great mentoring over the years. One thing I discovered early on is that learning the next level of responsibility and leadership needs to start before one gets there. Hopefully I can mentor and inspire the next generation of leaders. As a junior noncommissioned officer (NCO) hoping to reach senior NCO leadership at the strategic level, I appreciate what Air and Space Power Journal does in allowing me to educate myself and my troops. Thanks!

TSgt James Warrick, USAF

Beale AFB, California

Chief Murray's article contains an excellent figure labeled "development and utilization across a 30-year career." Our unit plans to use it for Enlisted Professional Development purposes and for training our younger troops to give them a guideline on career progression.

SSgt Saundra J. Wilson, USAF

Cheyenne Mountain AF Station, Colorado
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Author:Warrick, James; Wilson, Saundra J.
Publication:Air & Space Power Journal
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:Mar 22, 2006
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