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Fort Stewart Army Profession Seminar

Fort Stewart AP Seminar

SGM David L. Stewart, SGM of the Center for the Army Profession and Ethic, delivers a message on "trust" to enlisted soldiers at Woodruff Theater 29 Oct 2013.

Read More: CAPE SGM speaks to Fort Stewart soldiers

2013 AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition Materials

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SMA Raymond Chandler Discusses His Priorities for 2014

Recently Sergeant Major of the Army Raymond Chandler spoke with the Army Times in an interview and discussed his priorities for 2014. When asked about his priorities for 2014 and the current fiscal year (FY14) he said:

This year's theme is "Stand Strong," so throughout the year, I will remind soldiers and leaders that being an Army team member challenges us to develop into professionals. Our way ahead is clear -- the Army will be and perform as a profession only when we choose to embody five essential characteristics: trust, military expertise, honorable service, esprit de corps and stewardship.

These must be present in our culture, our team members, our units ... and our commitment to self-police those who do not live up to these standards. When we make the choice to be an Army professional, it cannot be words alone.

Read the full article: Sergeant Major of the Army Outlines His Priorities for 2014

New Video: Stand Strong

Sergeant Major of the Army Stand Strong Message

Applying the Army Values

Mark A Johnston hosted the seventh Moral Fitness Luncheon on 25 Sept 2013. The Luncheon was held with more than forty Soldiers in attendance and was designed "to enhance their understanding and appreciation of the Army Value of Honor and employ that knowledge". Johnston goes on to explain:

The outcome I hope for is to gain an understanding and application of the Army Values in the lives of soldiers. All soldiers can quote to me what the Army Values are. That is not enough. I hope this program it will provide them the tools they need to apply these values in real world situations and give them the ability to make moral and ethical decisions when these values conflict either with each other or with the beliefs with which the soldier has been raised.

Read the full article: The Army Values: Our Common Denominator

Current AAOP Theme

Honorable Service & Stewardship

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