EDUCATING FOR PROFESSIONALISM: A NEW MILITARY FOR A NEW

@inproceedings{Esterhuyse2006EDUCATINGFP,
  title={EDUCATING FOR PROFESSIONALISM: A NEW MILITARY FOR A NEW},
  author={Lt Col Abel Esterhuyse},
  year={2006}
}
This article explores the role of education in professionalising the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) since 1994. The central thesis is that military education, training and development played a major role in bringing the pre1994 belligerent forces in South Africa together and blending them into a single, coherent, bureaucratised defence force. There is, however, reason for serious concern. The article first outlines the specific need for education in the SANDF since 1994. The… 

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