Barrett, Colonel Clark C.
November 2012
Military Review;Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 92 Issue 6, p2
The author discusses ethics in the U.S. Army as of December 2012. The article examines the detrimental impact of immoral behavior in war in history, discusses the U.S. Army Profession Campaign, and emphasizes the need for an institutional ethic to safeguard the military profession. It also discusses the United States Military Academy Honor Code. The author suggests several moral principles for the U.S. Army based on the concepts of honor, duty, and courage.


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