The NCO Journal is a professional publication for non-commissioned officers of the U.S. Army. The magazine is published monthly and distributed in printed form to an audience of more than 450,000 readers worldwide and is available online. The NCO Journal mission is to provide a forum for the open exchange of ideas and information to support training, education and development of the NCO Corps and to foster a closer bond among its members. To accomplish this mission we provide timely and factual information on topics about the Army and the NCO Corps to the Army's NCOs. Our audience includes active, National Guard and Reserve soldiers, sister and international services, retirees, civilian employees and family members.
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The February 2013 issue, featuring NCOs and the Law: Criminal Investigation Command, Army paralegals, and sexual assault prevention and response; the history of the 10th Mountain Division and more.
The January 2013 issue, featuring stories on guarding the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Army Career Tracker, the Battle Staff NCO Course, NCOs who teach the way at West Point and the history of the 40th Infantry Division.
December 2012 issue, featuring stories on the 2012 Best Warrior Competition; the New Warrior Leader Course that will begin in January; Brigades that are regionally aligned and globally available; and eight ways to be an adaptive leader.
The November 2012 issue, featuring our special report on the NCO-officer relationship, the Command Sergeant Major Development Program, the Special Forces Advanced Mountain Operations School, training on the new Black Hawk model, and more.
October 2012 issue featuring PT test update: As you were; JMRC's opfor: Going back to basics; NTC role-players make units ready for combat; and the 82nd Airborne Division: The All-Americans.
The NCO Journal's 15-month planner, spanning October 2012 to December 2013 and featuring the "Traits of the NCO." (Bundled with the October 2012 print edition of the NCO Journal)
September 2012 issue featuring NCOs at the Olympics, Senior Leaders Combat Hazing and the Sgt. Audie Murphy and Sgt. Morales Clubs.
August 2012 issue featuring the Growth of Europe's NCO Corps, Career Counselors: Retaining the Army's Best, Technology + Stories = Advanced Training, and When Disaster Strikes, DCRF is Ready.
July 2012 issue featuring U.S. Army Marksmanship unit, the U.S. Army Sniper School, USASMA's 40th Anniversary and the World Class Athlete Program.
June 2012 issue featuring Female Engagement Teams, SFATS: Working themselves out of a job, Army Bands: Rocking into the future and the Army team at the Warrior Games.
May 2012 issue featuring fueling the Soldier, the Armor history and Natick.
Remembering SMA William O. Wooldridge, the first sergeant major of the Army; Recruiting adapts to build tomorrow's Army; ACAP helps Soldiers in transition; Military intelligence achieves results
March 2012 issue featuring the Norhtern Warfare Training Center, the 34th Infantry Division, and retaining and transitioning the force.
February 2012 issue featuring counterinsurgency, Asymmetric Warfare Group and the Alaska Test Center.
January 2012 issue featuring the Golden Knights, BRAC, Iraq's NCO Corps and NCOs at the Exchange.
December 2011 issue featuring information operations and electronic warfare.
November 2011 issue featuring The Best Warrior Competition.
October 2011 issue featuring The Hardest Role-CAOs & CNOs.
September 2011 issue featuring Master Resiliency Trainers.
August 2011 issue featuring Drill Sergeant of the Year.
July 2011 issue featuring Warrior Games.
June 2011 issue featuring Best Ranger & Best Sapper Competitions
May 2011 issue featuring the NCOs on Captiol Hill
April 2011 issue introducing the New SMA
February 2011 issue featuring the Special Ops Diver
January 2011 issue highlighting the 20 years of service to the NCO Corps
December 2010 issue featuring SOUTHCOM: Partners for the Americas.