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WHAT IS AN ARMY : BUT THE SOLDIERS?  By Lieutenant Colonel Scott M. Halter, U.S. Army

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE WROTE in Coriolanus, “What is a city but the people?” In the same vein, what is an army but the soldiers? The most important activity our institutional Army conducts is human capital management—the ...Read more >

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IMPROVING LEADER EDUCATION: TEAM BUILDING,MISSION COMMAND, AND THE COMMAND AND GENERAL STAFF OFFICERS COURSE  By Kevin E. Gentzler

When we think of teams we often think of a group of people coming together with a common purpose to win a championship. Perhaps our minds move toward remembering a time when a leader created a team to solve a particularly difficult problem. ...Read more >

8 Pages
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RENEWING THE MOTIVATIONAL POWER OF THE ARMY PROFESSIONAL ETHIC  By Don M. Snider

My argument rests on a particular understanding of the nature of the military professional’s daily practice. The Army has recently created,for the first time is its history, official doctrine on what it means for the ...Read more >

5 Pages
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SENIOR OFFICER TALENT MANAGEMENT : FOSTERING INSTITUTIONAL ADAPTABILITY  By Michael J. Colarusso

On September 1, 1936, George C. Marshall was commanding an infantry brigade in an interwar army of just 174,000 men, larger than Bulgarias but smaller than ...Read more >

215 Pages
5.81 MB
A SOLDIERS MORALITY, RELIGION AND OUR PROFESSIONAL ETHIC  By Don M. Snider

The context for this monograph lies in the trust relationships that American military professions must retain with the society they serve if they are to remain ...Read more >

53 Pages
2.12 MB
DEVELOPING ARMY LEADERS  By Susan G. Straus

The Command and General Staff School within the Command and General Staff College provides the Command and General Staff Officer Course, which is a key component of the U.S. Armys system for ...Read more >

138 Pages
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UNDERSTANDING THE COST AND QUALITY OF MILITARY-RELATED EDUCATION BENEFIT PROGRAMS  By Peter Bergman

Since the passage of the original GI Bill following World War II (Servicemans Readjustment Act, 1944), the military has provided veterans with a collection of financial aid benefits designed to help them attend ...Read more >

43 Pages
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ARMY LEADER DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY 2013  

The Army builds leaders for our Nation. Developing leaders is a competitive advantage the Army possesses that cannot be replaced by technology or substituted for with advanced weaponry and ...Read more >

25 Pages
1.34 MB
BUILDING BETTER GENERALS  By David Barno

The military needs an adaptive and creative officer corps in order to address the complex challenges of the 21st century where the demands of managing an increasingly volatile international security environment and massive defense enterprise will rapidly collide with the realities of declining defense ...Read more >

40 Pages
3.88 MB
LEADERSHIP OF CYBER WARRIORS : ENDURING PRINCIPLES AND NEW DIRECTIONS  By Gregory Conti and David Raymond

Leadership is a core competency of the officers, warrant officers, and non-commissioned officers across the military services. A principle tenant of leadership is competence in the domain of ...Read more >

10 Pages
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CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT OF U.S. ARMY LEADERS  By Col. Brian M. Michelson

THE DESIGN, GENERATION, support, and ethical application of landpower often presents military leaders with moral dilemmas that are unique to the profession of arms. In this morally and ethically volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environment, the quality of a leaders character, who they are morally and ethically as a ...Read more >

10 Pages
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AMERICAN LANDPOWER AND MODERN US GENERALSHIP  By David G. Fivecoat

Like his earlier works, Tom Rickss The Generals: American Military Command from World War II to Today, is entertaining and provocative, and has deservedly been the topic of numerous reviews, blog posts, and discussions around the ...Read more >

10 Pages
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ADP 7-0 : TRAINING UNITS AND DEVELOPING LEADERS  

Unit training and leader development are the Armys life-blood. Army leaders train units to be versatile. They develop subordinate leadersmilitary and Army civiliansto be competent, confident, agile, and adaptive using the Army leader development ...Read more >

28 Pages
4.84 MB
LEADERSHIP IN COUNTERINSURGENCY : A TALE OF TWO LEADERS  

This man is different from the rest of the Englishmen whom we have seen so far, that he listens attentively to the political organization of the Arabs and ... his questions show a depth in the subject which is not present except with one who has io it a pleasure and a ...Read more >

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