The Future of the Army Profession
Lloyd J. Matthews
McGraw-Hill, 2002 - Business & Economics - 558 pages
Who are the future members of the Army profession and how is their competence to be certified to their client, the American people? This is a contemporary analysis of the Army profession, its knowledge and expertise, with conclusions and policy recommendations.
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Expertise Jurisdiction and Legitimacy of the Military Profession
Trust in the Military Profession
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Abbott abstract knowledge active Andrew Abbott APFT argues armed forces Army doctrine Army officers Army profession Army professionalism Army War College Army's battlefield behavior Bosnia Carlisle Barracks chapter Chief of Staff civil-military relations civilian Clausewitz cohesion combat competence competition decision-making Defense democratic deployed deployments Division effective Eric Shinseki ethical example experience expert knowledge expertise fessional fight focus future Goldwater-Nichols Goldwater-Nichols Act Huntington Ibid institutions internal interviews issues Janowitz joint professionalism Kosovo Land Warrior leader development leadership military leaders military officers military profession military professionalism missions MOOTW moral Morris Janowitz MPRI norms officer corps operations organization organizational peacekeeping personnel political profes professional jurisdiction programs responsibility role senior officers sional social society soldiers Somalia strategic leaders System of Professions tasks tion U.S. Army U.S. military United States Army units war-fighting warfare Washington Weinberger Doctrine