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Which scenario BEST describes how you, as an NCO, meet your responsibilities in accordance with AFI 36-2618, The Enlisted Force Structure?



A. You are in charge of a detail that must be completed and ready for inspection the following day. You ve been working with your team on the detail for 8 hours and it looks like you may have to work 3 more hours to complete the detail. You have a football game that you have been planning on attending for weeks. After several minutes of consideration about the matter, you decide that your team is fully capable of completing the task without you. You can get a full report in the morning.
B. During a recent training meeting, two of your male subordinates are laughing over a sexually explicit joke that was told. You notice that several of the female team members seem to be offended. You ask the females what is bothering them and they explain that they are offended by the joke. The male subordinates share the joke with you and you find it very funny too. You decide not to say anything to them about the joke being offensive. After all, _guys will be guys._
C. A1C Glass s work performance has not been up to standards. He seems to be withdrawn and even argumentative with his peers. You decide to approach him to determine what is wrong. At first, he is reluctant to say anything, but after taking him to your office he informs you that a close family member has recently been given a short time to live and he is having a hard time dealing with it. You inform him that you and the rest of the chain of command are there for him. You also suggest that he talk to the first sergeant and/or chaplain.

This question is part of ALS EXAM SET A (ALL)
Asked by Wyatt Williams, Last updated: Mar 26, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Jan 31, 2017

A1C Glass s work performance has not been up to standards. He seems to be withdrawn and even argumentative with his peers. You decide to approach him to determine what is wrong. At first, he is reluctant to say anything, but after taking him to your office he informs you that a close family member has recently been given a short time to live and he is having a hard time dealing with it. You inform him that you and the rest of the chain of command are there for him. You also suggest that he talk to the first sergeant and/or chaplain.
 

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