COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR, CYNTHIA REED US ARMY ROLE MODEL EXUDES LEADERSHIP
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11 May 2016, one can expect to be inspired through the life experience, higher education ethics, and standards of excellence Command Sergeant Major Cynthia Reed and the US Army Rough Riders, Los Angeles Sixth Battalion who share their life stories to empower recruits when they choose to anchor their lives by joining the US Army which yields a structured and secure environment with keys to the promise of secure Housing, Health, Employment and Education benefits with travel, training and Esprit De Corps with Army Values toward total comprehensive Master Resiliency.
With grace, camaraderie, mentorship and pioneering leadership our female Soldiers demonstrate as role models to upcoming recruits with compassion. Also, learn about the proper way to decompress in the elements, water, earth, air, land and sea. The healing properties nature and the wind provide for us mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually combined with an active lifestyle breeds full life and the spirit of resiliency. What is your favorite sport and past time? Command Sergeant Major Reed and her Sergeant First Class David Boone share their passion for motorcycling with CRS and tell of how the motorcycle truly acts as a tool for freedom in the wind, an instrument of formation excellence and also a companion that clears one’s head while in the wind, through
mountainous curves and marvelous topography worldwide. Rough Riders are concerned about how to Bee Safe and how to be seen wearing the proper gear to have fun while serving on active duty and rais
ing a family. US Army Soldiers and all branches of services and brands of motorcycles require the same safety regiment, PPE Guidelines of helmets, boots, gloves, eye protection, long pants
and sleeves and high visibility wear on the road. What about the distracted driver? Inclement Weather? Work Deadlines, Sudden Moves? Deployment? Family? Celebration? Emergency Response? Be Ready! Have Clean Riding Style, which means we have the ability to react positively during life’s many transitions from military to parental and from active duty to civilian life all while balancing our thinking. In this show, we are all convinced that we have abilities to survive in all types of scenarios when we share, phone a friend and serve others selflessly.
We Transform, We Adapt and We Overcome with Creative Resiliency Solutions as we Remember Everyone Deployed and take part together in Educating Our Veterans via The Christina Silva show of Voluntarism. #Bee Safe Read full article below in the Army Times to see the advance accomplishments and Army opportunities that from C2C allow for a stable, healthy future property filled with the opportunity for Higher Education, Advocacy and Gainful Employment. To Learn More, visit http://www.armytimes.com/picture-gallery/military/careers/2016/04/14/these-women-are-breaking-the-armys-glass-ceiling/83036444/ Go Army Strong. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sixth_Battalion
Stay tuned to The Christina Silva Show live on LA Talk Radio to Discover the power of serving in the United States Army. Resilience is learned. By sharing our testimonies, we truly plant seeds of endurance, fortitude, aptitude and motivation needed to Go Army Strong for all to #BeeSafe. Let us be thankful in advance for the grace, honor and service Command Sergeant Major Cynthia Reed (photo, left) has extended throughout her military career. This story link is an example of the camaraderie, mentorship and pioneering leadership our female Soldiers demonstrate. Read full article below in the Army Times. Go Army Strong.