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The master key to proper PMCS.

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Army leaders know PMCS done correctly is a force multiplier. Likewise, damaged or failing equipment can reduce unit readiness. Poor or neglected PMCS also lowers Soldier morale and decreases safety.

First-line supervisors, you arc the master key in this equation. Given proper guidance, motivation and resources most Soldiers will do scheduled PMCS and do it well. But they still look to you to set a positive example and offer feedback.

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By setting up effective PMCS programs and actively observing mechanics at work, you can ensure your unit upholds high standards at home and in the field. This means taking an active and sometimes even a creative approach to continually inspire them to do their best.
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Date:Jun 1, 2012
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