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The Army Ethic White Paper July 2014 - Endnotes
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The Army Ethic White Paper July 2014
Introduction & Background
The Problem and The Risk
Discussion
Discussion continued
Discussion part 3
Discussion part 4
Discussion part 5
Discussion part 6
Discussion part 7
Reinforcing the Army Profession plus Summary & Solution
The Army Ethic—Heart of the Army
Endnotes
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Endnotes
1. McHugh, John M., HON, in paraphrase from interview in CAPE Trust Instructional Video FY14 America’s Army – Our Profession, “Stand Strong,” http://cape.army.mil/aaop/trust/; Discussion Guide: 9; http://cape.army.mil/repository/Discussion%20Guides/Trust_Theme_Video_Discussion_Guide.pdf (accessed 19 Dec 13).
2. Army Profession Campaign-Annual Report-April 2012: General Cone Introduction, 6, 14, 15.
3. Army Profession Campaign-Annual Report-April 2012: 6, 14.
4. ADP 1, The Army (Washington, DC, 17 September 2012): 2-1 – 2-9 (Chapter 2). Hereafter referred to as ADP 1, The Army.
5. ADRP 1- The Army Profession, (Washington, DC, 14 June 2013): Preface,pg iii, 2-3 - 2-5.
6. Cone, Robert W., GEN, “Enduring Attributes of the Profession: Trust, Discipline, Fitness,” Military Review - The Profession of Arms Special Edition (Sep 2011): 6.
7. General John F. Campbell, Vice Chief of Staff, US Army; email, Subject: Message to Army GOs in Joint Assignments; December 01, 2013 1:26 PM.
8. Army Profession Campaign-Annual Report-April 2012: 14.
9. Fischer, David Hackett, Washington’s Crossing (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004): 375-376.
10. Yale Law School, Lillian Goldman Law Library, The Avalon Project website, http://avalon.law.yale.edu/19th_century/lieber.asp, (accessed 30 May 14).
11. United States Army in the World War. 1917-1919; Reports of the Commander-in-Chief, Staff Sections and Services, Vol. 12; CMH Pub 23-18; 1948 (reprinted 1991): 23.
12. Midwest Book Review of The Armed Forces Officer 2007 edition on Amazon.com. http://www.amazon.com/The-Armed-Forces-Officer-University/product-reviews/1597971677 (accessed on 9 Dec 2013).
13 .The Armed Forces Officer, 2007; in paraphrase from the Foreword: xi-xii; http://books.google.com/books?id=N_hek4msSEMC&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=snippet&q=unites&f=false, (accessed 19 Dec 13).
14. Study on Military Professionalism, Army War College, June 1970 (Westmoreland study); Preface: ii, 55 (Incl 2).
15. DA Pam 600-68 – “The Bedrock of Our Profession” White Paper 1986: 2.
16. Jones, David A, Instilling the Army Core Values at the Unit Level: Will FM 22-100 Get Us There?, MMAS, 1999; quoting CSA Dennis J. Reimer: 1998. Army Values Homepage. CSA message at http://wwwcgsc.army.mil/cal/values/values2/csamessage.htm. 10 June 98.
17. Department of the Army, TRADOC Pam 525-3-1, The United States Army Operating Concept, (Fort Monroe, VA, 19 August 2010): 36 (Chapter 6, para f).
18. Department of the Army, FM 3-24, Counterinsurgency (Washington, DC, 15 December 2006): 7-1.
19. Department of the Army, FM 3-24, Insurgencies and Countering Insurgencies (Washington, DC, 13 May 2014): 1-10.
20. An Army White Paper: The Profession of Arms, 8 Dec 2010, http://www.army.mil/info/references/docs/ProfessionWhite%20Paper%208%20Dec%2010.pdf, (accessed 19 Dec 13).
21. White Paper, The Army Civilian Corps – A Vital Component of the Army Profession, 1 Feb 2012, http://cape.army.mil/Info%20Papers/Army%20White%20Paper.pdf, (accessed 19 Dec 13).
22. America’s Military – A Profession of Arms White Paper, Feb 2012, http://www.jcs.mil/content/files/2012-02/022312120752_Americas_Military_POA.pdf, (accessed 19 Dec 13).
23. Copeland, Silas L., SMA, "The NCO Must Grow with the Army" ARMY, (Washington, DC, Oct 72): 24-25.
24. Ewing, Linda, (MAJ), An Objectively Derived Foundation for Military Values, CGSC paper, 1985.
25. Dempsey, Martin E, GEN, Duty, Understanding the Most Sublime Military Value, CGSC, 1988:15.
26. Johnson, James Turner, Review of Moral Issues in Military Decision Making by Anthony e. Hartle; The International History Review, Vol 13, No 4 (Nov 1991): 861-863.
27. Casey, George W., Jr., GEN, Advancing the Army Professional Military Ethic, JFQ, 3rd Quarter 2009: 15.
28. Casey, George W., Jr., GEN, Advancing the Army Professional Military Ethic, JFQ, 3rd Quarter 2009: 14-15.
29. ADRP 1- The Army Profession, June 2013; 1-3(para 1-14).
30. Snider, Oh, Toner; The Army’s Professional Military Ethic in an Era of Persistent Conflict Summary, SSI Monograph, Oct 2009: ix-xi, 3-4.
31. Barrett, Clark C., LTC; “Finding “The Right Way” Toward an Army Institutional Ethic,” Carlisle Papers, Sep 2012.
32. Michelson, Brian M., COL, “Character Development of U.S. Army Leaders: A Laissez Faire Approach,” Military Review (Sep/Oct 2013): 30-38; (also in USAWC Strategy Research Paper of same title).
33. Vermeesch, John A., COL, “Trust Erosion and Identity Corrosion,” Military Review (Sep/Oct 2013): 2-9.
34. Volney Jim Warner and Natalie Liu Duncan, “Army Civilians – Professionals by Any Definition,” Military Review -The Profession of Arms Special Edition (Sept 2011): 56-66.
35. White Paper, The Army Civilian Corps – A Vital Component of the Army Profession, 1 Feb 2012, http://cape.army.mil/Info%20Papers/Army%20White%20Paper.pdf, (accessed 19 Dec 13): 4-5, 13.
36. Imiola, Brian, LTC and Cazier, John Daniel, MAJ; “On The Road to Articulating Our Professional Ethic,” Military Review - The Army Ethic Special Edition (2010): 11-18.
37. Imiola, Brian, LTC; “The Imaginary Army Ethic: A Call for Articulating a Real Foundation for Our Profession,” Military Review (May/June 2013): 2-5.
38. Morrell, Glen E., SMA, "The NCO: More Vital Than Ever to Readiness." Army magazine (Oct 1983): 28; Morrell, Glen E., "What Soldiering Is All About." Army magazine (Oct 1986):40,41.
39. Caslen, Robert L., Jr., LTG, “The Army Ethic, Public Trust, and the Profession of Arms,” Military Review - The Profession of Arms Special Edition (Sep 2011):14-15.
40. ADP 3-0 Unified Land Operations.
41. ADP 5-0 The Operations Process: ii.
42. ADP 1, The Army: 2-3 thru 2-4 (Chapter 2, para 2-11 thru 2-13).
43. ADP 5-0 The Operations Process: iv, 2, (Figure 1 and para 5).
44. ADP 1, The Army:2-2 (Chapter 2, para 2-1).
45. ADP 6-0, Mission Command: iv, 2; ADRP 1, The Army Profession: 6-1 (para 6-3).
46. ADP 6-22 Army Leadership: Foreword.
47. ADP 6-22 Army Leadership: Foreword.
48. Schofield’s Definition of Discipline, Bugle Notes, http://www.west-point.org/academy/malo-wa/inspirations/buglenotes.html, (accessed 27 Nov 13).
49. ADP 6-22 Army Leadership, in paraphrase: 6 (para 26-27).
50. ADP 6-22 Army Leadership, in paraphrase: 5 (para 22-23); ADP 1, The Army: 2-1 – 2-9 (Chapter 2). 
51. TRADOC Pam 525-8-2, The U.S. Army Learning Concept for 2015: 5.
52. TRADOC Pam 525-3-0, The Army Capstone Concept: 21.
53 ADP 7-0 Training Units and Developing Leaders: 9.
54 ALDS Army Leader Development Strategy 2013: Foreword.
55 ALDS Army Leader Development Strategy 2013: 3.
56 ALDS Army Leader Development Strategy 2013: 4.
57 ALDS Army Leader Development Strategy 2013: 4.
58 JP 3-0 Joint Operations: A-4.
59 JP 3-0 Joint Operations: xii.
60 ALDS Army Leader Development Strategy 2013: 5.
61 ALDS Army Leader Development Strategy 2013: 6.

 

 

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