(b) Conduct physical training and enforce physical fitness standards.
(c) Assist personnel with physical training problems.
(d) Enforce and appearance standards.
(e) Train soldiers how to properly maintain and wear uniforms and
(5) Physical and mental well-being of the soldier and the family.
(a) Know where and how soldiers live.
(b) Know soldiers' family situations and provide assistance if
(c) Inform soldiers of services available to them and their families
through the military.
(d) Visit soldier support activities and ensure that they are acting in
the best interest of the soldiers.
(e) Visit soldiers and family members who are sick and provide
(f) Refer soldiers for medical assistance when necessary.
(6) Supervision, control, and discipline.
(a) Conduct counseling and maintain counseling records.
(b) Support actions of subordinate NCO leaders.
(c) Educate personnel on the Uniformed Code of Military Justice
(d) Recommend punitive action through appropriate channels.
(e) Conduct remedial training when required.
(f) Use the chain of command and appropriate supporting channels.
(g) Listen and respond to soldiers' suggestions and complaints.
(h) Support and explain reasons for current policies to the soldiers.