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The Effect of Martial Arts Training of NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER Cadets on Leadership Skills and Innovative Behavior

Vol.5 (No.1) 2020
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2020-06-30 09:21
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Abstract


Purpose; This study is to find out the effect of martial arts training of noncommissioned officer cadets on leadership skills and innovative behavior and to help the operation of educational programs of military-related educational institutions, including noncommissioned officer academies. To this end, a survey was conducted on noncommissioned officer cadets in Gyeongsang-do, Chungcheong-do, and Gyeonggi-do, as of 2020, where 300 students were briefed on the purpose of the survey and agreed to participate using the self-assessment method. Among the collected data, 286 questionnaires were valid samples, excluding those whose responses to the survey were unfaithful or some parts of the survey were omitted. For the data collected, frequency analysis, factor analysis, reliability analysis, correlation analysis, and multiple regression analysis were performed, using SPSS 25.0 for Windows. The results are as follows:
First, martial arts training affects leadership skills.
Second, martial arts training affects innovative behavior.
Third, leadership skills affect innovative behavior.
The study shows that martial arts training affects leadership skills and innovative behavior. The military organization, a unified group that performs special missions under special circumstances and conditions for special purposes, pursues the purpose and interests of the entire group. Due to the specificity as a group that requires unified attitudes and actions of its members, the military organization is likely to accumulate negativity and conflict as its functions are uniformed while pursuing efficiency, and that is why leadership is required. Noncommissioned officers and other soldiers are directed at what activities they choose for military organizations or the country, how much effort they will make, how long they will continue the action in the face of difficulties, and what is important in the efficient operation of their organizations is leadership. Martial arts such as taekwondo and judo have a significant influence on the improvement of leadership. Therefore, martial arts and related quality education are needed for noncommissioned officer cadets who are responsible for the future security and safety of the country to perform their duties faithfully before they are commissioned.

Keyword:Noncommissioned Officer, Martial Arts, Martial Arts Training, Leadership Skills, Innovative Behavior
  • Purpose: Counter-intelligence means any act in response to hostile foreign intelligence activities. Since the activities of intelligence agencies inherently recognize security as the greatest virtue, it was not easy to approach it in the academic field. However, the global information environment is changing rapidly. In the traditional concept of espionage, espionage was carried out mainly in the political and military areas, but in comprehensive security situations, information collection on various forms can take place, requiring a flexible strategy. Method: However, despite the fact that anti-spy operations can directly be involved in infringement of the basic rights of the people, the fact that minimal ground rules exist is a problem that requires improvement in terms of the rule of law of information activities. Furthermore, the problem of this study is that even assuming the objective consideration that anti-spy work is necessary to guarantee basic rights of the people, and that it is not appropriate to impose public and judicial control such as investigation procedures, it is unfortunately not. In response, this study proposed improvements to prevent concerns about infringement of the basic rights of the people by guaranteeing practical anti-spy work in a changing environment. Result: The first is the expansion of the concept and scope of the anti-spy. In other words, if the Framework Act on Anti-Spy is enacted, the concept of anti-spy should be set as an active and active anti-spy concept, not a passive or passive anti-spy concept, to diversify anti-spy operations and respond to both traditional and nontraditional threats. In addition, the government proposed the expansion of spy agencies to cope with the diversification of security threats due to changes in the information environment. Second, he pointed out existing problems and made some forward-looking suggestions regarding the smooth performance of anti-spy operations. The most important confirmation here is the stipulation of the means of collection and verification of anti-spy information. The method of collecting anti-spy intelligence can be distinguished in legal and realistic ways, and the factual methods such as collecting human information, technical information, and public source information are problematic. Conclusion: In particular, legal grounds and reliability, such as undercovering the identity or operating an informant, are problematic in the intelligence officer's performance of specific espionage tasks. In order to dispel this, it was confirmed that there is a need for evidence that the staff of the spy agency can impersonate their identity in specific tasks, and a legal basis that the spy agency can operate a cooperative.
    Keyword:Counter-Intelligence, National Security Law, Counter-Intelligence Intelligence, The Rule of Law of Intelligence Object, Comprehensive National Security
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    Keyword:Soviet Union, CIS, Cold War, Ethnic Disputes, National Security
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    Keyword:Performance, Military Culture, Innovation, Barracks, Achievements
  • Purpose: The hegemony competition between the United States and China is one of the most crucial topics of world politics in the 21st century. As China's innovation in science, technology, and high-tech industries grow rapidly, the United States is enacting restrictions to regulate this critical situation. This paper searched for the motives for their political actions, the primary differences between the U.S.-China competition for technological hegemony, and their national policies. Method: This paper examined the differences in U.S.-China national policies through geopolitics. The usefulness of geopolitics, the characteristics of continental and maritime countries, and the Huawei incident which clearly indicates the cross-section of the U.S.-China technological competition, these factors were analyzed to find the answer to the research question. Results: The contrast in technology competition and technology policies between the U.S. and China can be summarized as a difference in culture and perception. The difference comes from China's 'Confucian and family like discussion' and America's 'individualistic, bottom-up, and democratic' lifestyle. In addition, the Huawei issue is a conflict of economic ideology between the United States and China with regards to the relationship between business and state. Conclusion: The difference in policy between the U.S. and China can be defined as a difference in basic culture and perception. Therefore if the main reason that the United States suspects Huawei comes from the aforementioned fundamental differences in national thought, this could not only be a problem that is difficult to solve, but also a starting point of a dispute that could continue to be a problem in the future.
    Keyword:Geopolitics, Huawei, Continental Nation, Maritime Nation, Technology Competition
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    Keyword:Coaching, Military Coaching, Content Analysis, Meta Analysis, Public Institutions
  • Purpose: The Purpose of this article is to analyze the smart power strategy to the peace process on the Korean Peninsula and to suggest alternatives to build permanent peacebuilding efforts. This paper seeks to answer a key question regarding building a peace regime. What is South Korea’s smart power strategy for the peace regime building on the Korean Peninsula? Simultaneously, this paper also analyzes various South Korea’s domestic opinions over the North Korean nuclear issues. Method: This study analyzed ROK's Smart power strategies toward peace regime building on the Korean Peninsula. Smart Power means developing an integrated strategy, resource base, and tool kit to achieve objectives, drawing on both hard(military muscle, economic might) and soft power(economic aid, sharing culture). It is an approach that underscores the necessity of a strong military but also invests heavily in alliances, partnerships, and institutions at all levels to expand the state's influence and establish the legitimacy of the action. Results: The ROK’s smart power strategies to the peace process are as follows. First, in terms of using alliance, South Korea has to call for the U.S to foster a peace regime building on the Korean Peninsula while cooperating with the Biden administration's democratic principle and ideology. Second, in terms of using partnership, South Korea has to induce China to put pressure on the DPRK to abandon nuclear weapons. Third, in terms of using institutions, ROK and DPRK have to transform the current 9/19 inter-Korean military agreement of the initial operational arms control into systemic arms control through early notification of mutual military training. Conclusion: The essential components of smart power are using alliances, partnerships, and institutions, etc. In this context, South Korea has all the necessary elements of the ROK-US alliance and ROK-China economic partnership, and 9.19 inter-Korean military agreement. In the long and bumpy road of the peace regime building process, it needs strategic optimism in pushing ahead smart power strategies but in building defense posture, they need to be a strategic pessimist
    Keyword:Smart Power, Strategy, Peace Process, North Korea, Alliance
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    Keyword:NCO(Non-Commissioned Officer), Field Leadership, Fourth Industrial Revolution, HyperConnected Society, Defense Reform 2.0
  • Purpose: The purpose of the research in this paper is to derive the operating key of the manual that must be included in the preparation of the manual in order to prepare the field action manual that works at the disaster site. We want to contribute to preparing a manual of on-site action that can operate at disaster sites through critical reflection on the fact that many human casualties were caused by the failure of the prepared manual in each national disaster. The study will contribute to preparing manuals for disaster sites. Methods: Research on the field action manual is insufficient. In particular, there has been no research on the key to the field action manual to operate at the disaster site. Nevertheless, the need for this research is due to the urgent need to make manuals that do not work at disaster sites into manuals that can be operated. To this end, in addition to theoretical research, we would like to study based on the insights gained from our experience in the disaster scene and military experience as a professional career soldier. Results: Disaster relief agencies and various related agencies, including disaster relief agencies, will respond to disasters, and in order for them to properly respond to disasters, they must prepare manuals that can operate at disaster sites. In order for the manual to function properly at the disaster site, it must have a key to operate the manual. According to the research, the key to making the manual work at the disaster site is mission and golden time, decision making requirements, a resolution table, and various field information that affects decision making. Conclusion: The reason why the manual did not work at the disaster site was that there was no key for the manual to work. It is expected that the manual will be operated on the spot if the key for operation of the manual derived from this study is prepared by including the on-site action manual during peacetime, and regular training is conducted with the decision maker taking the initiative. It will also give insight to officials preparing and training manuals. We look forward to expanding further research on the working keys of the manual.
    Keyword:Field Action Manual(FAM), Manual Operation Key, Mission, Decision, Disaster Site Information
  • Purpose: The purpose of the research in this paper is to derive the operating key of the manual that must be included in the preparation of the manual in order to prepare the field action manual that works at the disaster site. We want to contribute to preparing a manual of on-site action that can operate at disaster sites through critical reflection on the fact that many human casualties were caused by the failure of the prepared manual in each national disaster. The study will contribute to preparing manuals for disaster sites. Methods: Research on the field action manual is insufficient. In particular, there has been no research on the key to the field action manual to operate at the disaster site. Nevertheless, the need for this research is due to the urgent need to make manuals that do not work at disaster sites into manuals that can be operated. To this end, in addition to theoretical research, we would like to study based on the insights gained from our experience in the disaster scene and military experience as a professional career soldier. Results: Disaster relief agencies and various related agencies, including disaster relief agencies, will respond to disasters, and in order for them to properly respond to disasters, they must prepare manuals that can operate at disaster sites. In order for the manual to function properly at the disaster site, it must have a key to operate the manual. According to the research, the key to making the manual work at the disaster site is mission and golden time, decision making requirements, a resolution table, and various field information that affects decision making. Conclusion: The reason why the manual did not work at the disaster site was that there was no key for the manual to work. It is expected that the manual will be operated on the spot if the key for operation of the manual derived from this study is prepared by including the on-site action manual during peacetime, and regular training is conducted with the decision maker taking the initiative. It will also give insight to officials preparing and training manuals. We look forward to expanding further research on the working keys of the manual.
    Keyword:Field Action Manual(FAM), Manual Operation Key, Mission, Decision, Disaster Site Information
  • Purpose: This study aims to explore a new market called fintech, a combination of finance and technology; analyze Toss Corporation's innovation strategy, which secured high innovation performance and market share; and present ideas that can be applied to the military based on a simple remittance technology. Method: To analyze Toss's management strategy, we examined its profit-making model that helped maintain a competitive advantage and analyzed the market. In addition, the new innovative technologies for the promotion of fintech enterprises and security of the remittance technology were analyzed, along with applicable improvements. Results: Toss maximized user convenience with its innovative “remittance technology” and achieved low-cost, high-efficiency promotion through Social Network Services. It has also proven to be a very safe system through its innovative security features that can also be applied to military organizations. On the system side, a user-centered security regulation and system construction method that combines security enhancement and convenience through the need for a more convenient working environment, the applicability of bio-certification systems, and security accountability were proposed. Conclusion: The analysis of Toss's innovation strategy shows that in order to succeed, a company must either explore new markets through idea development and innovation or provide customized services in a fully specialized user-friendly manner. The military also needs to take immediate and flexible action, such as continuing to find ways to reduce inefficiency due to various security regulations and corresponding materials through such case studies.
    Keyword:Fintech, Toss, Biometrics, Innovation, Security Responsibility