Why I want to be an Non-Commissioned Officer by Spc Wood I want to be a NCO to train and lead soldiers

Why I want to be an Non-Commissioned Officer by Spc Wood
I want to be a NCO to train and lead soldiers. To be the example of what a good leader is so that soldiers don’t have toxic leadership. I want to make the next step in my military career grow as a leader. Lastly for monetary reasons to help support me and my family What being a NCO Could do for me and what it could do for my soldiers? Being a leader is not something that’s just handed to you have to earn it. You make yourself of it, Mentally, physically, intelligence and caring for your soldiers you have to model what you know in order to better lead and manage, and strive to teach the integrity one most uphold. I know with my professional skills in my MOS I can help soldiers improve on marksmanship with their duty weapon, conducting traffic stops, apprehensions, case work, and how to respond and deal with calls A NCO upholds the standards and is accountable for any and all consequences that come from the actions of their soldiers. The responsibilities of a NCO are to train, instruct and mentor Soldiers to be disciplined, to uphold the standards of their job and to lead and keep the outmost integrity of the soldiers. A leader teaches soldiers to overcome obstacles, to prevail and get the job done. Finally a leader has to Care for the Welfare and well being of soldiers. I feel with my knowledge and experience I can fulfill the responsibilities that come with being a NCO. Good NCO leadership is to care about the needs of soldiers, put those need above his own, and to be knowledgeable in all aspects of their job, leadership and the standards. They overcome obstacles facing the odds while knowing they can make mistakes.