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Fort Leavenworth Ethics Symposium: The Professional Ethic and the State

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Conference Proceedings

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Command and General Staff College Foundation Fort Leavenworth United States

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2015 Ethics Papers and Presentations The Profession of Arms and the Moral State We are In The Shared Mission of Ordered Liberty Intelligence Ethics A Key to Much Bigger Issues Breach of trust. A Contributing Factor to Traumatic Stress Injuries in Soldiers Wounded Warriors as Army Professionals and The Tension Between Selfless Service and Self-Interest Maintaining the Public Trust Through Personal Interaction The Injustice of the Current Incantation of Jus Post Bellum Veterans Administration Can it Provide What the Nation Needs it to Provide Ethical Paradox, Cultural Incongruence, and the Need to Develop Moral Warriors Moral Injury and the Problem of Facing Religious Authority A Uniform Code of Military Ethics Jus ad Bellum, Conscience, and the Oath of Office The Problem of Selective Conscientious Objection in the United States Military The Erosion of Trust between America and Its Army Towards Just Intelligence Wielding Power More Legitimately in an Era of Persistent Conflict Kevlar for the Soul The Morality of Force Protection Grounding British Army Values Upon an Ethical Good Multiple Ethical Loyalties in Guantanamo Competing for Relevance The Army Ethic in an Age of Moral Diversity Ethical Considerations in Humanitarian Efforts The Army Ethic draft The Army EthicPresentation Paper Veterans are Uniquely Suited to Fill Political Office Preparing Soldiers of Character Stewardship in the Army and Stewarding the State Officers Should Not Vote The Two-Mirror Model A Concept for Interpreting the Effects of Moral Injury Striking the Balance Between Discipline and Justice The Commanders Role in the Military Justice System and its Impact on the Military Profession draft.

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  • Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics
  • Sociology and Law
  • Military Forces and Organizations

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