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Army Counseling Online is a website with counseling resources for today’s Army leaders.  According to their website “Army Counseling Online is home to the popular U.S. Army leadership software products Counsel Quick, Award Quick and Rater Quick.  The products were designed to reduce the amount of time Army leaders spend preparing paperwork at their desks and create more opportunities for them to be with their Soldiers, or at home with their families.”

Although I have not tried any of their software products personally, I read many great testimonials from happy customers.  From what I can tell, their products offer a huge value to any Army Officer or NCO.  Most of their software packages sell from $20 to $40 each, so they are very affordable.  Best of all, the products can save you time so you can focus on more important things.

In addition to these great software products for sale, there are also additional resources.  The Resources Section includes:

There are also some other links on the website to sites such as and  If you’ve never visited the Army Counseling Online website you should.  The website was registered on July 25, 2005. As of January 6th, 2013 it has a Google Page Rank of 3 and an Alexa Rank of 3,145,465.

Have you visited Army Counseling Online? Have you used any of the products? We would love to hear your impression of the website, and your product testimonials. You can leave all comments, and any questions you may have below. Thank you.

3 thoughts on “ Website Review”

  1. Army Counseling sounds like a really neat website. It’s too bad civilian employers don’t have similar websites for their workforce. It would be very beneficial to have a one stop resource where you could access all the things you need to conduct an effective counseling session.

  2. This is a great tool. I think what intimidates NCOs (especially young, new NCOs) is sitting down in front of that blank counseling form and trying to come up with what they should write. They feel like they’re suddenly back in high school with a paper to write for English class. I write for pleasure (and I know some people think “fun writing” makes as much sense as “jumbo shrimp”), so for me it’s no big deal, but I can understand how they feel. The same issue keeps leaders from writing award recommendations for their Soldiers. I’ve done NCODP sessions on counseling intended to show my NCOs how to ease the whole counseling process, but this site goes a long way toward simplifying the process.

    1. Great points Daniel. It’s really easy to get overwhelmed in situations like that. I think one of the best things officers and Senior NCOs can do is teach their subordinates how to write. It is one of the most important skills a leader needs to possess. Unfortunately, most people in our society (and in the military) are horrible at writing and do not enjoy it.

      Chuck Holmes

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