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The Nco Quotes By Lee Child

It was an article of faith with NCOs [noncommissioned officers] that they were better than their officers. And they were usually right. Certainly I had been happy with mine. They had done plenty of good work for me. — Lee Child

The Nco Quotes By Silas L. Copeland

Always, always lead by example. Those whom you lead will be quick to grasp the true identity of a truly professional NCO and will be more willing to follow, obey and persevere. — Silas L. Copeland

The Nco Quotes By Terry Pratchett

The captain glared at him. The sergeant put on the poker face that has been handed down from NCO to NCO ever since one protoamphibian told another, lower-ranking protoamphibian to muster a squad of newts and Take That Beach. — Terry Pratchett

The Nco Quotes By Glen E. Morrell

Soldiers expect the noncommissioned officer to be technically proficient, up front, and honest with them. Soldiers must know that NCOs care, that they can approach the NCO for guidance and direction, and that NCOs can make things happen when a difficult situation arises. — Glen E. Morrell

The Nco Quotes By Arthur C. Clarke

Myron, like countless NCO's before him, had discovered the ideal compromise between power and responsibility. — Arthur C. Clarke

The Nco Quotes By William A. Connelly

Professional courage is the steel fiber that makes an NCO unafraid and willing to tell it like it is. The concept of professional courage does not always mean being as tough as nails, either. It also suggests a willingness to listen to the soldiers' problems, to go to bat for them in a tough situation and it means knowing just how far they can go. It also means being willing to tell the boss when he is wrong. — William A. Connelly

The Nco Quotes By William G. Bainbridge

The good NCO has never been short in confidence, either to perform the mission or to inform the superior that he or she was interfering with traditional NCO business. — William G. Bainbridge

The Nco Quotes By Auberon Waugh

We had to fill in forms which asked us whether we had ever been convicted of any crime. I hesitated about this. The NCO in charge, seeing me hesitate, explained kindly:'You write "No" in that line'. — Auberon Waugh