Accession Number ADA570012
Title Army Ethic, Public Trust, and the Profession of Arms.
Publication Date Sep 2011
Media Count 9p
Personal Author J. R. Caslen N. K. Finney
Abstract In adapting to the demands of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as to the new strategic realities of the 21st century, our Army has been so busy that we have not consistently thought through how those challenges, and our solutions to them, have affected the institution as a profession. To address this issue, our Army's senior leadership began a campaign of learning to understand what impact the last 10 years of war have had on the profession of arms. This campaign will identify where we need to bolster professional successes and where we need to address deficiencies evident from the last decade of war. This effort has only just begun, but what is clear is that the three key concepts tying all aspects of the Profession of Arms together are our professional ethic, our professional standards, and trust. To be a professional is to understand, embrace, and competently practice the specific ethic and expertise of the profession and to abide by the profession's standards.
Keywords Accountability
Advisory activities
Army
Army ethic
Army personnel
Army training
Behavior
Community relations
Deficiencies
Degradation
Education
Ethics
Leadership
Mental health
Personnel development
Philosophy
Postwar
Public opinion
Public trust
Reprints
Standards
Transitions


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 74 - Military Sciences
92C - Social Concerns
92B - Psychology
57T - Psychiatry
Corporate Author Army Combined Arms Center, Fort Leavenworth, KS.
Document Type Journal article
Title Note Journal article.
NTIS Issue Number 1314
Contract Number N/A

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