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IMAGINE1 --Master Sergeant Jones 2020

In 2020 I will be a Master Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, Stationed aboard Camp Pendleton, California. Day to day life will be relatively unchanging depending on what type of conflict the USA is involved in at the time. I will be in charge of a Unit of Data Network Technicians and Communication Marines. My billet will be maintenance Chief and I will be charged with the overseeing of all maintenance and training. I will need to ensure that all work is being completed in a timely manner and being handled by qualified personnel.

I will encourage innovation on a daily basis by rewarding Marines in my charge for ingenuity in the workplace, encouraging community service beyond the call of duty for a normal Marine, and recycling and conserving energy. Ingenuity in our workplace means the simplifying of normal operating procedures and the creation of more efficient ways of handling our business. Community service beyond the Call of Duty means not just stopping for stranded motorists but taking skills that the Marine Corps has given you and putting them to use in our community to build a stronger more efficient place to live. Recycling and conserving energy by the 200+ Marines in my command will not only help our environment, but it will put My Marines in the right mindset to make bigger things happen.

Worldwide I will use my stance in the Military as a platform to reach the minds behind the Marine Corps to conserve and use our governments money wisely by investing in energy efficient, cost effective equipment. This savings can then be used for a stronger community outreach program for the Marine Corps. I will encourage the chain of command to implement in this community outreach program some type of reward system to get the marines who wouldn't normally do it for free a little more incentive to help.

When Alchemy calls I will be living in Southern Califoria still stationed on Camp Pendleton as a Master Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps. Being a Senior Staff Non-Comissioned Officer in a Highly technical job field involving computers, more specifically Network Set-up and troubleshooting and Hardware installing, removing and debugging, I imagine Alchemy will call on me to physically go to Tokyo and assist in a type of headquarters set up team.The teams mission would be to keep the rest of the Evokes connected to Alchemy and our other resources. These lines of communication will be the key to ensuring that things go as planned. I will make myself invaluable during my stay in Tokyo by maintaining a flawlessly running connection to the Evoke Network through multiple channels of communication. My extensive leadership training and experiece recieved in the Military will aide me in running an efficient network with my fellow Evokes. My hard work and strong desire for Mission Accomplish will help me go above and beyond my skill set to ensure that my stay in Tokyo was productive and that I will not have come for no reason.

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Comment by Deborah Cazden on March 8, 2010 at 1:14am
The mission is not complete, you only did the first part of it.....How will you respond to the Tokyo Food Crisis? Read about it on the home page http://www.urgentevoke.com Add it to your blog :-) Great start!
Comment by Joseph Jones on March 11, 2010 at 3:21pm
I doesn't ask what how I personally will respond to the food crisis it asks what Alchemy will do. this mission is complete.
Comment by Joseph Jones on March 11, 2010 at 3:23pm
edit^^^^ it asks what Alchemy will Have me do.
Comment by Joseph Jones on March 11, 2010 at 3:23pm
mission still complete
Comment by Linda Holt on March 17, 2010 at 2:11am
I like your mission - vision.


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