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West Point Instructor / Athletic Director

See how managing Soldiers and college athletes requires similar leadership skills.

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  • Lead and Train Soldiers

    CPT Richard Taylor talks about his responsibilities and goals as an Infantry Off...

    CATEGORY: Soldier Life

    TAGS: Training Leadership

    Lead and Train Soldiers
    00:36
  • Leading and Living

    Captain Eugene Handza, Pharmacist (Reserve) talks about role/experience/benefits...

    Leading and Living
    01:32
  • Captain Eugene Handza - Pharmacist (Reserve)

    Captain Eugene Handza, Pharmacist (Reserve) talks further about job details and ...

    Captain Eugene Handza - Pharmacist (Reserve)
    02:01
  • Major Nouansy Wilton, M.D.

    Major Wilton is very inspired by how many women are in leadership roles in the A...

    Major Nouansy Wilton, M.D.
    02:00
  • Captain Kevin Gormley - Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

    Captain KEVIN GORMLEY, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner talks about role/experienc...

    CATEGORY: Medicine

    TAGS: Nurse Medical Corps

    Captain Kevin Gormley - Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
    01:45
  • Captain Samuel Sama - Critical Care Nurse

    Captain Samuel Sama, Critical Care Nurse talks about role/experience/benefits - ...

    CATEGORY: Medicine

    TAGS: Nurse Medical Corps

    Captain Samuel Sama - Critical Care Nurse
    01:28
  • Being a member of the West Point family

    Hear Cadet Gabra Perez explain the academic and leadership training she received...

    CATEGORY: Officership

    TAGS: West Point Officership Education Training scholarships

    Being a member of the West Point family
    01:24
  • Army ROTC: From Student to Officer

    Cadet Richard Dolan knew he wanted to become a leader. See why he chose Army ROT...

    CATEGORY: Officership

    TAGS: Officership ROTC

    Army ROTC: From Student to Officer
    04:00
  • Officer Candidate School: A Leader in 12 Weeks

    In OCS, college graduates and Soldiers with degrees, like Candidate Ricky Jones,...

    CATEGORY: Officership

    TAGS: Officership Officer Candidate School

    Officer Candidate School: A Leader in 12 Weeks
    03:56
  • West Point: Graduate as an Officer

    A rigorous curriculum and unparalleled training in leadership, that’s why Cadet ...

    CATEGORY: Officership

    TAGS: Officership West Point

    West Point: Graduate as an Officer
    03:58
  • Drill Sergeant Creed

    Two drill sergeants talk proudly of their crucial role in instilling pride, conf...

    CATEGORY: Events

    TAGS: Events Drill Sergeant

    Drill Sergeant Creed
    00:49
  • NHRA Webisode 1

    Tony Schumacher and his Racing Team explain what they do to keep the team winnin...

    CATEGORY: Racing

    TAGS: Army Racing Dragster

    NHRA Webisode 1
    02:23
  • Hansel Henry

    Hansel's experience in the Army Reserve gave him the leadership skills to be a s...

    CATEGORY: Army Reserve

    TAGS: Intelligence Analyst Leadership

    Hansel Henry
    00:41
  • Neil Raaz

    Neil's pilot training in the Army helped him reach his dreams of becoming a pilo...

    CATEGORY: Career & Jobs

    TAGS: Aviation Careers

    Neil Raaz
    00:44
  • 2010 - EPISODE 10:

    Rangers must run an unknown distance while carrying an M4. Team members must sta...

    CATEGORY: Events

    TAGS: Best Ranger Buddy Run - Ep. 10

    2010 - EPISODE 10:
    07:06
  • 2009 EPISODE 12 of 12: CANOE EVENT

    In the final two events Soldiers will have to canoe down a river then complete t...

    CATEGORY: Events

    TAGS: Best Ranger Canoe - Ep. 12

    2009 EPISODE 12 of 12: CANOE EVENT
    07:03
  • Reserve Story: Added Value ROTC

    ROTC really is a unique and important program because it sets the foundation for...

    Reserve Story: Added Value ROTC
  • Episode 2:

    The Army teaches you strong leadership skills. Same thing with NCAA sports.

    CATEGORY: Officership

    TAGS: Officership West Point

    Episode 2:
    04:37
  • Episode 10:

    Find out what an Army MP instructor has to say about coaching NCAA football.

    TAGS: Officership West Point

    Episode 10:
    04:37
  • West Point Instructor / Athletic Director

    See how managing Soldiers and college athletes requires similar leadership skill...

    CATEGORY: Officership

    TAGS: Officership West Point

    West Point Instructor / Athletic Director
    06:09
  • Military Police Instructor / NCAA Linebacker Coach

    Watch a U.S. Army MP instructor go one on one with an NCAA football coach.

    TAGS: Officership West Point

    Military Police Instructor / NCAA Linebacker Coach
    04:37
  • I drew on a lot of my Army experience

    Lt. Col. Shane Kimbrough explains how his Army experiences helped him in his pre...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Space Astronaut

    I drew on a lot of my Army experience
    01:18
  • My efforts to figure out what I am doing in life. I want

    Col. Timothy Kopra answers Jonathon Johnson from North Chicago, Illinois, who as...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Space Astronaut

    My efforts to figure out what I am doing in life. I want
    01:03
  • Infinite Possibilities

    Hear from Col. Tim Kopra what it\'s like to be Army Strong aboard the Internatio...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Space Astronaut

    Infinite Possibilities
  • The Army has taught me how to be resourceful.

    Col. Douglas Wheelock walks you through how he had to use the problem-solving sk...

    CATEGORY: Space

    TAGS: Space Astronaut

    The Army has taught me how to be resourceful.
    01:38
  • Money For Education

    "Soldiers talk about their experiences in the Army Reserve: leadership, educatio...

    CATEGORY: Education

    TAGS: Army Reserve Education

    Money For Education
    01:52
  • Army Reserve

    Soldiers describe the Army Reserve as a life-changing opportunity.

    CATEGORY: Army Reserve

    TAGS: Army Reserve Careers

    Reserve overview
    Army Reserve
  • Volunteer Work

    Captain Jennifer Huntsman (Reserve, Officer), talks about job role/experience/be...

    CATEGORY: Army Reserve Featured

    TAGS: ROTC Army Reserve

    Captain Huntsman
    Volunteer Work
    01:52
  • Otto Padron

    Otto describes how his Army Reserve service helped him develop leadership skills...

    CATEGORY: Army Reserve

    TAGS: Army Reserve Infantry

    Otto Padron
    01:20
  • Looking to the Future

    Sergeant Igor Tyapugin (Reserve, Enlisted), talks about job role/experience/ben...

    Looking to the Future
    00:42
  • Leadership Skills

    Captain Valerie Wallis (Reserve, Officer), talks about job role/experience/benef...

    CATEGORY: Army Reserve

    TAGS: Army Reserve Leadership

    Leadership Skills
    01:35
  • The Campus Cadre

    Soldiers describe the role of the cadre of the ROTC program. Role of the Cadre i...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Leadership

    The Campus Cadre
    01:38
  • Making Officers, Building Leaders

    Soldiers describe the ROTC program and their experiences - what it takes to beco...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Training

    Making Officers, Building Leaders
    02:20
  • Start Strong

    Soldier's talk about their ROTC experiences.

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: Army ROTC Leadership

    Start Strong
    03:00
  • An Enhanced Education

    Soldiers in the Army ROTC Nurse program talks about: the program, benefits of be...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Nurse

    An Enhanced Education
    02:33
  • Leader Development and Assessment Course

    Video shows nonscripted real- life examples of ROTC activities.

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Training

    Leader Development and Assessment Course
    01:00
  • Skills That Last A Lifetime

    Soldiers describe the benefits of leadership in the real/civilian world, what RO...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Leadership

    Skills That Last A Lifetime
    02:02
  • Leader's Training Course

    Soldiers describe the ROTC program and their experiences: Leadership's Training ...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Training

    Leader's Training Course
    03:00
  • The Making of an Army Officer

    Watch Soldiers talk about their personal experiences in the ROTC. “I wanted to h...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Leadership

    The Making of an Army Officer
    02:17
  • Making of an Officer

    Soldiers talk about the ROTC program and personal experiences. ROTC benefits: ci...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC West Point

    Making of an Officer
    02:21
  • Making of an Officer

    Soldiers talk about the ROTC program and personal experiences - what makes a goo...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC National Guard

    Making of an Officer
    03:00
  • Making of an Officer

    Soldiers talk about the ROTC program and personal experiences, experience of the...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Officers

    Making of an Officer
    02:59
  • First Lieutenant Maureen Bickett

    First Lieutenant Maureen Bickett (Reserve Officer) talks about experience/benefi...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Nurse

    First Lieutenant Maureen Bickett
    01:07
  • Meeting in ROTC

    First Lieutenants Clint & Maureen Bickett (Reserve Officer) talks about experien...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Nurse

    Meeting in ROTC
    00:41
  • A Most Rewarding Experience

    Hear why First Lieutenant Clint Bickett found ROTC “the most rewarding experienc...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Medical Corps

    First Lieutenant Clint Bickett
    A Most Rewarding Experience
    01:18
  • Jeff Davis

    Find out how Jeff jumped from high school athletics to college and Army ROTC.

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Army Reserve

    Jeff Davis
    01:14
  • Getting the Most Out of College

    Cadet Jeff David (Reserve, cadet) talks about experience/benefits - started in j...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Sports Management

    Getting the Most Out of College
    01:26
  • A World of Options

    The first in his family to attend college thanks to an ROTC scholarship, John Pa...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Training

    A World of Options
    01:43
  • Becoming a Leader

    John Paul and his ROTC superiors discuss his leadership development and personal...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Leadership

    Becoming a Leader
    02:06
  • A Strong Family

    John Paul’s parents and ROTC superiors discuss how the Army ROTC program incorpo...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Family

    A Strong Family
    01:09
  • Skills You Can Use For A Lifetime

    Major Otto Padron (Reserve, Officer), talks about experience/benefits - civilian...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Army Reserve

    Skills You Can Use For A Lifetime
    02:41
  • Turn Dreams Into Reality

    Major Otto Padron (Reserve, Officer), talks about experience/benefits - talked t...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Army Reserve

    Turn Dreams Into Reality
    01:10
  • RJ Custodio

    Cadet RJ Custodio (Reserve, cadet), talks about experience/benefits - ROTC has ...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Army Life

    RJ Custodio
    01:02
  • Serving When Needed

    Captain Philip Romanelli (Reserve, Officer), talks about experience/benefits - d...

    Serving When Needed
    01:35
  • Furthering Her Career

    Cadet Marissa Bernadette (Reserve) talks about experience/benefits - similarites...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Nurse

    Furthering Her Career
    01:25
  • Captain Kendrick Forrester

    18A Special Forces Officer Forrester joined the Army as an enlisted medical spec...

    CATEGORY: Career & Jobs

    TAGS: Special Forces 18A

    Captain Kendrick Forrester
  • Protecting Freedom

    A Soldier talks about tradition and protecting freedom.

    CATEGORY: Soldier Life

    TAGS: Soldier Life Army Values

    Protecting Freedom
    01:39
  • The Army Experience

    Soldier's talk about the Army experience.

    CATEGORY: Soldier Life

    TAGS: Soldier Life Training

    The Army Experience
    01:00
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West Point Instructor / Athletic Director

See how managing Soldiers and college athletes requires similar leadership skills.

My name is Major Lawrence Nunn. I’m a commissioned officer and instructor at West Point. I’m Army strong and I’ve got skills. I think one of the most important things that we do here is we develop leaders of character. Teaching them not necessarily what to think but how to think and then how to make good decisions, good and timely decisions. This is the most important part right here. What are you solving for right now? There is nothing like developing someone to be the best that they can be and to be a good leader, and that’s what I get to do here.
My name is Craig Littlepage and I am the Director of Athletics at the University of Virginia. I’ve got skills. I think one of the most important things I can do is in making sure we have quality people. I spend a tremendous amount of time thinking about who will be a good leader for the University of Virginia. If I can excel in that area and if I can also set the vision for what it is that this program can pursue and then achieve as a result of all the different activities, then I feel as though I’ve done a lot to fulfill the types of things that an athletic director at a Division One program has to do.
Lawrence Nunn: Sir, welcome to West Point in the Department of System Engineering.
Craig Littlepage: Major Craig Littlepage. Pleased to meet you.
Lawrence Nunn: Lawrence Nunn, please call me Lawrence.
Craig Littlepage: Ok and call me Page or Coach. Been looking forward to this.
Lawrence Nunn: When I met him in the in foyer there, it was good because he was a really personal guy and I was excited to show him what we have to offer. You all have this in front of you, right?
Craig Littlepage: He literally lit up when he got into the classroom.
Lawrence Nunn: Math. Ready? We’re gonna break it down. It’s easy, it’s gonna be ok.
Craig Littlepage: It was an interesting transition that he made from Hi, how are you doing, I’m Major Lawrence Nunn, to being in front of those students, interacting with them and drawing on the energy those students brought to the classroom into learning.
Lawrence Nunn: So 'T' is just a number. That’s all it is, is one number. We got a chance to step back and talk (while kids answer up at the boards?) and we talked about how let them struggle, let them figure it out, let them grow mentally. It really works because you're identifying what you think they caught, what you think they taught them. It as great to have him in the class and I think the cadets really enjoyed having something different.
Craig Littlepage: You folks are the real heroes. A lot of times people talk about athletes as being heroes, but you guys and your peers and colleagues around the country and are serving around the world are the real heroes.
Lawrence Nunn: It was an honor to have him in the class and when Mr. Littlepage came up and thanked them for their sacrifice, it was a nice reminder that hey, you know what you're doing is important and we really really thank you.
Craig Littlepage: I asked Major Nunn what is it that you find must be enjoyable about military life and he talked about the role he has had in terms of making a significant contribution to young women and young men improving their lives. He spoke with great pride about that and that made a fantastic impression on me. The next step of this is that we will go to the University of Virginia, giving us both the opportunity to further compare and contrast our respected roles as educators. I’m looking forward to that. Major Nunn, welcome to Charlottesville University, good to have you here.
Lawrence Nunn: Good to be here, I look forward to this.
Craig Littlepage: We’re gonna show you our world here in athletics. I was extremely excited to have the opportunity to greet Major Nunn this morning in giving him he opportunity to understand a little bit more about what we do here at the University of Virginia. Let me introduce to you Major Lawrence Nunn. I allowed him to sit in with us during our weekly senior staff meeting. Can you review quickly kind of a program of what we got going on.
Lawrence Nunn: So the first thing I noticed about the meeting is that it wasn’t a meeting that was run by him, still his meeting, but he let the people who knew the information run the meeting.
Senior Staff: We need to make sure we’re very clear about that strategy and approach across the board.
Lawrence Nunn: It showed a great amount of trust that he had in his people and their ability to do the right thing. I was very impressed by that. The ability to change people’s lives is what’s most important to me. It’s the most important part of being, you know, in the Army, being an Army officer. I think as educator, working in the Universities, working in, you know, any educational field, you have similar ability to change somebody’s life; it’s beautiful.
Craig Littlepage: I also wanted to make sure I had the opportunity to show off to Major Nunn some of the exploits on the part of our teams but also just to be able to stop in informally and visit one of our coaching staffs and we had the chance to spend just a few minutes with our women's Soccer team coach Steve Swanson and his outstanding staff.
Steve Swanson: Well, we have a lot of respect for the service. We actually talk to our teams quite a bit about it, you know, the sacrifice and dedication so it’s a pleasure to have you here.
Lawrence Nunn: Everyone I met really went out of their way to thank me for my service and things that I was doing and really very appreciative of what I do in the army.
Craig Littlepage: When I’d look at kind of a compare and contrast, there’s probably a lot more that we have alike in terms of our roles than what is different. I think the fact that we are in he business of getting young people, developing these young people and then giving them the opportunity to advance into leadership positions in their own right.
Lawrence Nunn: We definitely are leaders of future leaders. It’s really a matter of selflessness. We’re both willing to give so much for the people we really come to work everyday for and because of selflessness, you’re also limitless.
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