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of the military is recognized by the public as crucial and necessary; to enter military service requires special training and qualifications, and ethical responsibilities are stated in the various codes of military justice and enforced by various types of courts-martial. Members of all professions -whether physicians,Cited by: 4. The Army Profession is a unique vocation of experts certified in the ethical design, generation, support, and appli- cation of landpower, serving under civilian authority and entrusted to defend the Constitution and the rights and interestsFile Size: KB. of the profession, including Trust, Military Expertise, Honorable Service, Stewardship, and Esprit de Corps. i Strengthening our Honorable Service and demonstrating our strength of character by living in accordance with the Army Values and the Army Ethic. Those values and principles are the. The military profession, in particular, must provide the security which society cannot provide for itself, without which the society cannot survive, and to use its 2expertise according to the values held by the Nation. Professions earn the trust of their clients through their Ethic – .
These two aspects of the profession are just a sample of the topics discussed in Redefining the Modern Military, where the various authors offer a contemporary look at the profession of arms and the development of its ethic. Taken from different perspectives and based on varied experiences and education, the work as a whole provides a new. America's Military-A Profession of Arms The CJCS leads our Profossion of Arms. He is the steward of our military profession, and with the Joint Chiefs is the keeper of our values, ethics, and standards. He integrates the collective strengths and unique cultures of each Service into a Joint Team during both peace and war, promoting Jointness. aspects of their military leadership have exercised a great influence on ideas about military education right down to the present. Knighthood was the equivalent of a commission and the qualification for command in the field.5 But the knight received no military . Military theory is most commonly developed by directly experiencing war and recognizing strategies or methods for improving warfare. Yet, as academic military theorists know, insight can also be developed by simply witnessing war from afar. Whether generated through observation or direct experience, both viewpoints can offer unique perspectives and theses on warfare that can.
knowledge about the military is limited to what they have acquired from movies, books, and news reports. Few outside the military understand the culture, the values, or the people who make up the most powerful military force on earth. These military and non-military activities oblige us to take account of the entire Russian defense establish-ment, its capabilities, and its objectives. This book aims to accomplish that task. Based on a conference with an international lineup of prominent experts on the Russian military, the papers collected here aim to. No other profession exercises its skills so infrequently as the military professional, hence the profession of arms MUST study history. The 14 chapters include a typically brilliant one by Professor Michael Howard, and a thought provoking one by the editor. This book ought to be on every soldier's reading list, and be read again and s: The Military Leader is hosted by an Army Infantry officer with 20 years experience and four deployments to Iraq/Afghanistan. He has been a student of leadership for two decades and designed The Military Leader to help other leaders develop themselves and grow their organizations.