(b) Counsel soldiers in their strengths and weaknesses and how
each affects their duty performance.
(c) Ensure soldiers are utilized in their MOS.
(d) Ensure that required technical publications are available and
(e) Ensure that deserving soldiers attend appropriate service
(f) Conduct professional development training.
(2) Individual training of the soldier.
(a) Educate soldiers in history and traditions of the service, military
courtesy, drill and ceremonies, standards of conduct, personal hygiene, and standards
for military bearing and appearance.
(b) Train enlisted personnel as effective team members.
(c) Train individual soldiers in their MOS/ASI skills.
(d) Train soldiers for survival on the battlefield.
(e) Train soldiers in common training tasks (CTT) and for self
development tests (SDT).
(3) Accountability for squad/section/team.
(a) Know what soldiers are doing during duty hours.
(b) Know where all soldiers live and how to locate them.
(c) Know why soldiers are going to sick call or other appointments,
how they are treated, and what the results are.
(d) Use squad/section/team as a unit to accomplish
(4) Military appearance and physical condition of the soldier.
(a) Make on-the-spot corrections for deficiencies in military