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Myths about the arMy Profession Five Myths about Military Ethics

@inproceedings{Pfaff2016MythsAT,
  title={Myths about the arMy Profession Five Myths about Military Ethics},
  author={C. A. Pfaff},
  year={2016}
}
After a decade and a half of struggling across various dimensions, the Army’s ethic risks losing traction with its practitioners. With that loss of traction comes a commensurate loss of trust, which will have a negative impact on the relationship the military has with the society it serves, undermining its status as a profession. Addressing these challenges requires getting past the myths that obscure the solutions. A Dr. Snider notes, winning in a complex world requires a professional military… Expand

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