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Prevailing in Large-Scale Combat Operations: Character, Trust, and Mission Command

The FY 19-20 AAOP theme supports the focus of the Secretary of the Army and Chief of Staff of the Army (CSA) on readiness and lethality. The theme highlights the importance of the Army prevailing in large-scale combat operations by exercising mission command, which requires mutual trust and depends on character.

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Azimuth Check 1st Qtr FY19

Catch up with CAPE – take a look at the 1st Quarter FY19 edition of Azimuth Check.

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The Army’s Framework for Character Development

Successful implementation of this framework supports mission command and contributes to warfighting readiness through mutual trust and cohesion within the Army Profession and with the American people.

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Army Profession and Ethic Faculty Development Course

This new course is intended for use in faculty development programs to provide instructors and curriculum developers with concepts, videos, and scenarios they can use with their learners.



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    Prevailing in Large-Scale Combat Operations: "Character, Trust, and Mission Command"

    "Prevailing in Large-Scale Combat Operations: 'Character, Trust, and Mission Command'" is the America's Army - Our Profession (AAOP) biennial theme for fiscal year 2019-2020.

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