Command Sgt. Maj.
"I tell all the senior leaders of the
Beharie said his first appreciation for the
As he learned about the civilian workforce's contributions, he encouraged the group to understand Soldiers' duties and responsibilities.
"We want you to know about what we do -- a day in the life a Soldier. If you can appreciate what I go through every day, you can have a greater understanding when you're creating technology for me," Beharie said. "Interact with these [noncommissioned officers] and officers. Ask them questions."
RDECOM Deputy Commanding General Brig. Gen.
"Because of programs like the greening course, deployments and regular interactions with Soldiers assigned to RDECOM, our civilian scientists and engineers have an excellent understanding of Soldiers' needs and requirements. The greening course provides an opportunity for our civilians to gain first-hand knowledge of how our Soldiers use the technology that RDECOM develops," Cole said.
Beharie told the group that commitment is what allows Soldiers to carry out their missions and come home safely.
"Thank you for what you do for our Soldiers who wear this uniform. Taking care of our mission and the welfare of our Soldiers is all we care about. When the commander-in-chief tells us to go, we salute the flag and go to protect our democracy and our Constitution," he said.
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