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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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Two New Basic Combat Training (BCT) Training Support Packages


Identify Key Concepts of the Army Profession (BCT)

Employ the Army Ethic (BCT)

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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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One Army, Indivisible

The Army conducts the FY 17-18 AAOP “One Army, Indivisible” program to strengthen bonds of trust within the Army Profession and reinforce trust with the American people.

Burning Dwellings

My Lai at 50

In March of 1968 a platoon of Soldiers from the Americal Division, led by 2LT William Calley, commited atrocities in the village My Lai. This case study examines the My Lai massacre 50 years later.



    Recent Army Profession News

    The Army Ethic – Why and How We Serve

    Recently Maj. Gen. Willard Burleson III wrote an article to serve as a reminder of how we in the U.S. Military serve.

    Character Development Whiteboard Preview

    CAPE has an 18-minute Character Development whiteboard video due for release this summer, but you don't have to wait until then to check it out. CAPE has a preview of the video online.

    NIMS in Aviation Digest – Making Positive Changes in the Army

    Staff Sgt. Grady M. Elmore and Sgt. 1st Class Tyler P. Hervey recently wrote an article titled "The 'Not In My Squad' Program - Making Positive Changes in the Army" for Aviation Digest's October-December 2017 Issue.

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