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Technical Report CASAP FY15

Findings contribute to shared understanding of the State of the Army Profession with the Army culture of trust.

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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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*NEW* A Revised Version of ADRP 1: The Army Profession Released

A revised version of ADRP 1: The Army Profession released in conjunction with the U.S. Army's 240th birthday, includes a concise articulation of its ethic in a new Chapter 2: The Army Ethic.



    Recent Army Profession News

    Establishing Ethics-Related Metrics in the Department of Defense

    Ten years ago, the Department of Defense initiated the "Check It" campaign as part of its internal management controls program ...

    CAPE Releases Annual Survey of the Army Profession Report

    CASAP FY15 - The Center for the Army Profession and Ethic (CAPE) Annual Survey of the Army Profession Technical Report - is now available on the CAPE website and on the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) website.

    Understanding the Army Ethic

    Col. John Vermeesch, director of the Center for the Army Profession and Ethic (CAPE), visited Fort Leonard Wood Dec. 9-10 to hold several Army Profession seminars.

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