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Army Values: Constant and Timeless

"The Army Core Values - Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity and Personal Courage. These seven values are the foundation to be inculcated by all Soldiers upon entry to the U.S. Army.

It is the duty of all Soldiers to not only live these values, but demand the same standards from our fellow Soldiers and leaders."

Read More: http://www.forthoodsentinel.com/story.php?id=12919

38th Chief of Staff of the Army Strategic Priorities – Waypoint 2

The 38th Chief of Staff of the Army's Vision:

"The All-Volunteer Army will remain the most highly trained and professional land force in the world. It is uniquely organized with the capability and capacity to provide expeditionary, decisive landpower to the Joint Force and ready to perform across the range of military operations to Prevent, Shape, and Win in support of Combatant Commanders to defend the Nation and its interests at home and abroad, both today and against emerging threats." -- Gen. Raymond T. Odierno

The Chief of Staff of the Army's major objectives for the future include:

  • Adaptive Army Leaders for a Complex World
  • A Globally Responsive and Regionally Engaged Army
  • A Ready and Modern Army
  • Soldiers Committed to Our Army Profession
  • The Premier All-Volunteer Army

Learn more about the 38th CSA's Strategic Priorities and Soldiers Committed to Our Army Profession

Read the full U.S. Army News Service article: Waypoint #2: Follow up to CSA's Marching Orders

Leader Development Number One Priority

Even with the drawdown and sequestration the Army's number one priority continues to be leader development. The leader development applies not only to officers but to noncommissioned officers as well.

Chief of Staff of the Army General Ray Odierno mentions that, "We cease to be effective as an Army if we let that go".

When Gen Odierno is talking to Soldiers about the Army Profession he draws attention to the 3C's Character, Competence, and Commitment. "That's what underpins everything we do," he said.

Read More: Odierno: Leader development No. 1 priority

Stand Strong Video Case Studies

America's Army Our Profession "Stand Strong" Video Case Study Page. Are you familiar with our website resources?

Learn More: http://cape.army.mil/stand-strong-vcs/

Army Profession Seminar Fort Lee

AP Seminar Fort Lee

SGM David Stewart, Center for the Army Profession and Ethic senior enlisted advisor, discussed leadership, mentoring and ethics with Combined Arms Support Command Soldiers and civilians during two seminars hosted by the Army Logistics University 23 Jan.

Read More: http://www.army.mil/article/118792/

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