6715 Essay Coversheet
Complete the below information, select and bold the essay question you are answering, and type your thesis statement in the box below.
Complete one of the following essay questions.
SELECT AND BOLD THE QUESTION YOU ARE ANSWERING.
Question 1: Does preparation for success against irregular threats aid the Marine Corps’ ability to fight and win a major war against a near-peer competitor or is it a detriment? Why?
Question 2: What is the role of a Marine SNCO in the development of young officers so the leadership team is prepared to overcome the challenges presented by complex environments and threats?
Question 3: Maneuver warfare requires the development of a bias for action—intelligent leaders with a penchant for boldness and initiative—down to the lowest levels. Is this bias for action as relevant to irregular warfare as it is to traditional warfare? Why?
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PROVIDE YOUR THESIS STATEMENT IN THE BOX BELOW.
Recall, that your thesis statement is usually a single sentence that directly answers the question asked of you, presents your argument or position, and why you came to that answer. This statement should appear within the first paragraph of your paper.
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The Staff Non-Commissioned Officer’s (SNCO) responsibility to be the link between enlisted Marines and developing junior officers is one of the most critical relationships