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Army Ethic White Paper

This White Paper identifies an omission in our doctrine – the absence of an articulated, accessible, and understandable expression of the Army Ethic.
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AAOP FY15/16 "Living the Army Ethic"

The Army Ethic. Our professional ethic is expressed in law, Army Values, creeds, oaths, ethos, and shared beliefs embedded within Army culture.
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2014 AUSA: Trusted Professionals - Today and Tomorrow

View materials from AUSA which was held 13-15 October 2014.

Five Video Case Studies

*NEW* Five new video case studies have been published on the CAPE website. Listen to the stories these Army Professionals have to tell about their careers in the Army.

New Video Case Study - Standing Strong: Confronting Unethical Conduct

Leader Version | Cadet Version

    Recent Army Profession News

    Hagel Thanks 1st Sgt. Moerk for Confronting Unethical Conduct on Social Media

    Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel met with Army 1st Sgt. Katrina Moerk of Charlie Company, 741st Military Intelligence Battalion, to thank her for leading by example and confronting service members who were behaving unethically online.

    SMA Discusses Army Values, the Army Profession

    Sgt. Maj. of the Army Raymond F. Chandler III has less than two months left before completing his tenure as the U.S. Army's top enlisted Soldier. Chandler visited Fort Bragg Dec. 3 and hosted a town hall meeting with Soldiers and family members to discuss the Army Values, sexual assault, suicide, and other Army issues.

    SMA Chandler Discusses Army Profession and Ethic during Thanksgiving Trip to Korea

    Sgt. Maj. of the Army Raymond Chandler III visited Camp Kim, Camp Humphries, Camp Hovey, and Camp Casey in Korea Nov. 26 and 27 to personally thank Soldiers for their service. During his visit Chandler held town hall meetings to discuss the Army Profession and Ethic.

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