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Character Development in the Army Profession

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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. The U.S. Army is working to identify the attributes of character and assess the success of current and past efforts to develop character.

Read the full article by CAPE's Col. John A. Vermeesch and Lt. Col. Francis C. Licameli (USA, Ret.) from the September 2016 edition of Army Magazine.

Character Development: Initiative Focuses on What it Takes to be a Trusted Professional in Today's Army

CAPE is interested in your thoughts, experiences, and suggestions on character development. To read more about CAPE's initiative and provide feedback visit the Character Development Project Page

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