Secretary of the Army Civilian Aide NYC Challenge Coin

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  • Item Category: Militaria & Weapons
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 27,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

This auction is for an AUTHENTIC and INCREDIBLY RARE NEVER SEEN BEFORE Secretary of the Army Civilian Aide NYC Walter Kaye Challenge Coin. This coin is incredibly hard to find and I have never seen another like it on Ebay. The coin has incredible 3D detail. This is an amazing coin and would be the focal point of any collection. This is an AUTHENTIC coin; it is not a reproduction or commemorative coin . It has great color and detail and would make a great addition to any collection. All of my coins are 100% authentic and were either presented to me by an individual within the organization or by the person on the coin (upper echelon individual command coins). These coins are the real deal as circulated within the military community. They are not for sale to the civilian community. I have served in the Army, Air Force, and Joint communities in assignments around the world. This is my retirement sale, and I'm scaling down many military items, please check back frequently for additional items. I do accept emailed offers as well.-------

This prestigious new position carries with it the equivalent rank of two and a half stars and the Civilian Aide is considered to be the Secretary of the Army's personal representative in his or her respective geographical area. The primary function of the Civilian Aide is to keep the Secretary apprised on a variety of issues affecting the United States Army, Army installations, and Army units (including the Army National Guard and Army Reserve) within the state. Civilian Aides are selected on the basis of their demonstrated patriotism, interest in the Army, business or professional leadership, and their ability to increase the public's understanding of the Army

As the director of the Civilian Aides Program, the Secretary of the Army will appoint or reappoint civilian aides

within the structure of the program. All matters involving civilian aides should be directed to the Office of the

Secretary of the Army (OSA).

(2) The SA will appoint the Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army Program Manager from his or her immediate

staff.

b. Civilian aide area manager (CAAM).

(1) The following commanders are designated civilian aide area managers in their respective areas of responsibility:

(a) Commanding General, First Continental U.S. Army.

(b) Commanding General, Fifth Continental U.S. Army.

(c) Commanding General, U.S. Army, Pacific (USARPAC).

(2) CAAMs will provide recommendations of individuals for appointment and coordinate and support civilian aide

activities in their areas of responsibility. CAAMs are designated points of contact for actions affecting civilian aides in

their areas.

c. Civilian aides. Civilian aides will--

(1) Provide individual advice to the Secretary of the Army, the Chief of Staff, Army, their CAAM, and commanders

at all levels on public attitude toward the Army. Civilian aides work closely with major Army command (MACOM)

and installation commanders, State Adjutants General (TAG), and other Army National Guard commanders, Army

Reserve commanders, Reserve Officers Training Corps region and area commanders, Army recruiting commanders,

Professors of Military Science, Division/District Engineers, and others within their area.

(2) Disseminate information about the Army's objectives, roles, requirements, and major programs to the public

through public speeches, personal contact, and other means.

(3) Provide advice concerning the development of programs and methods to attain maximum understanding and

cooperation between the civilian community and the Army.

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