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The 1995 Navy Core Values Survey: Further Progress Toward a Navy Values Community.
Interim rept. 1993-1995,
NAVY PERSONNEL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER SAN DIEGO CA
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The Navy Core Values Honor, Courage, and Commitment are a product of the Core Values Initiative CVI established by the Chief of Naval Education and Training CNET. At the heart of a service wide effort to strengthen the Navy as a values community, the CVI was conceived as a means of effecting a sea change in the central ethos that guides the conduct of people in the Navy. This report contains the results of three administrations of the Navy Core Values Survey. Trends in response patterns are identified, and recommendations are made for further research.
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