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The FY15/16 America's Army - Our Profession "Living the Army Ethic" lesson plan and supporting materials will be available mid to late September 2014. View the ALARACT

Army Ethic White Paper

*NEW* 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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Inaugural Army Profession Symposium

Inaugural Army Profession Symposium

The Chief of Staff of the Army (CSA) hosted the inaugural Army Profession Symposium at West Point, New York, July 30-31, 2014. The symposium's purpose was to develop a shared vision, reinforce guidance, and generate dialogue on "Living the Army Ethic."

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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Stand Strong Video Case Studies

Stand Strong Video Case Studies including SSG Valdez, SPC Wright, PFC Schuette, and CSM Guerra.
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CSA Strategic Priorities

We Are Doing the Future Today. While remaining committed to the current fight, the Army is adapting to and also shaping the future.



    Recent Army Profession News

    New Video Case Study - Army Civilian Corps: Serving as an Army Professional

    Ms. Ellen Helmerson serves in the Senior Executive Service as the Deputy Chief of Staff for G1/4, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Fort Eustis, Virginia. She began her career as a summer hire clerk typist over 32 years ago. She is sharing her thoughts on the importance of Army Civilians in the Army Profession.

    Cadets Learn about the Army Profession

    MG David Puster discussed the Army Profession and the Army Ethic during an open forum with ROTC Cadets attending the Leader Development and Assessment Course (LDAC) at Fort Knox, KY.

    Resilience, Engaged Leadership, and the 3C's

    SMA Raymond Chandler visited Fort Drum recently to help shed some light on the future of the U.S. Army.

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