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... to perform under the most difficult and demanding times. He always took responsibility and accountability for what he did do and fail to do. As a Senior NCO and legacy leader, he clearly communicated to each Soldier their responsibilities with clear guidance. His legacy as a Senior NCO will always live on through me. My Legacy I hope my legacy is just as impactful to young Solder’s life as SFC Knight was to mine. In my legacy, I wish to have Soldiers or peers contact me for military advice or admire me for my leadership ability. I encounter IET Soldiers on a daily base, given my current duty position and I hope that my advice will carry over in their military experience. I try every day to be that exemplary role model that SFC Knight, displayed on that daily bases in my young military career. Leaving each, Soldier that meet me a positive experience is my life legacy.
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