On this page we will provide you with links to videos that help tell the NCO story and provide current and historical insights to into the Army Profession.
Sergeants Major attending the USASMA Academy learn the history of Pancho Villa during a Staff Ride in New Mexico.
This is the “I am the Sergeant” poem used by the NCO Academies in the U.S. Army, updated up to 2016 for educational purposes for the Sergeants Major Course NonResident Course for Distance Learning and USASMA. It is narrated and developed by IMI Developer Mr. Gilbert A. Garcia, United States Army Sergeants Major Academy, Interactive Multimedia Branch (IMI Branch).
The Changing of the Guard Ceremony is an elaborate ritual that occurs at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and is one of the most popular attractions in Arlington National Cemetery. During The Changing of the Guard an impeccably uniformed relief commander conducts a detailed white-glove inspection of the incoming Sentinel’s weapon, carefully checking each part of the fully functional M14 rifle once. U.S. Army video by Sgt. George Huley and Pfc. Gabriel Silva
The Army is responsible for the ethical design, generation, support and application of landpower. To accomplish its mission the Army embraces its dual nature as a military department of government and a trusted military profession. Both are essential to accomplish the mission. As a department we are one Army consisting of three components and as a profession we have two communities of practice.