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SMA Book Club

The Book Club is designed to provide junior leaders guided opportunities to engage with their Soldiers on Army Profession concepts by discussing literature featuring subject matter across many genres.

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Developing the Character of Trusted Army Professionals: Forging the Way Ahead

The immediate question and the theme of this White Paper is: How should the Army Ethic drive Character Development for Army professionals?

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*NEW* AAOP FY16 "Living the Army Ethic" Alternative Lesson Plan

A new "Living the Army Ethic" lesson plan designed for Army Civilians has been released.
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*NEW* Virtual Simulators

Three new virtual simulators (In My Squad, Dedicated to our Profession, and Keepers of the Colors & our Profession) are available to play instantly online and for download.

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ADRP 1 "Comes Alive"

ADRP 1 "Comes Alive" is an e2Book Doctrine Supplement for ADRP 1 -- The Army Profession. Learn about the Army Profession and the Army Ethic in a whole new way.

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    One Army, Indivisible

    "One Army, Indivisible" is the America's Army - Our Profession (AAOP) biennial theme for fiscal year 2017-2018. Our Total Army is comprised of three interdependent, mutually supporting components: the regular Army, the Army National Guard, and the Army Reserve, plus the Army Civilian Corps that supports all three.

    Developing Army Professionals

    Lt. Col. Thomas R. Matelski wrote an article for the September-October 2016 issue of Military Review magazine entitled "Growing Army Professionals: Closing the Values Gap."

    Character Development in the Army Profession

    The concept of character has been getting a lot of attention lately. Discussions about the character – or lack thereof – of world leaders, elected officials and even entire generations abound in the media.

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