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Military Professionalism

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Learn and discuss the concept of Army Professionalism to better develop an understanding of civil-military relations and Army professional culture from the site http://www.pptclasses.com.

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Military Professionalism

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  2. 2. Military Professionalism UNCLASSIFIED  Page 2
  3. 3. UNCLASSIFIED  Page 3 Military Professionalism Task: Learn and discuss the concept of Army Professionalism Conditions: Given Army FM 1 (The Army), a classroom environment Standards: Develop an understanding of civil-military relations and Army professional culture
  4. 4. UNCLASSIFIED  Page 4 Military Professionalism “Without character - particularly in the military profession - failure in peace, disaster in war, or, at best, mediocrity in both will result.” General Matthew B. Ridgway
  5. 5. UNCLASSIFIED  Page 5 Military Professionalism  American civil-military relations  Definition of a profession  The Soldier as a profession  The professional culture of the Army  The Army value system  Training and education in the development of a professional Soldier  Professionalism in Leadership  Are you a professional? Outline
  6. 6. UNCLASSIFIED  Page 6 American civil-military relations  Supports and defends the Constitution  Protects America's way of life from foreign and domestic enemies.  Protects national security interests, including allies.  Provides Commander-in-chief with ready and capable forces to win the Nation's wars.  Overseen and funded by the Legislature. What is the purpose of the Army? Who is our client?
  7. 7. UNCLASSIFIED  Page 7 How do we define professionalism? And who does it apply to?  FM 1 The Army: “The purpose of any profession is to serve society by effectively delivering a necessary and specialized service.”  Samuel Huntington: “A profession is a peculiar type of functional group with highly specialized characteristics.” “The distinguishing characteristics of a profession as a special type of vocation are its expertise, responsibility, and corporateness.”
  8. 8. UNCLASSIFIED  Page 8 The Soldier as a profession Expertise Responsibility Corporateness Army Schools Army Values Soldier's Creed WTBDs War Deployment APFT FTXs Uniform CertificationsOath of Enlistment Associations Humanitarian Deployment
  9. 9. UNCLASSIFIED  Page 9 The Soldier as a profession Expertise Responsibility Corporateness Army Schools Army Values Soldier's Creed WTBDs APFT FTXs Uniform Certifications Oath of Enlistment War Deployment Humanitarian Deployment Associations
  10. 10. UNCLASSIFIED  Page 10 The professional culture of the Army  Standards of performance  Code of ethics  Associations  Journals  Vocabulary  AR 670-1 FM 1 The Army: “Each profession establishes a unique subculture that distinguishes practitioners from the society they serve while supporting and enhancing that society.”
  11. 11. UNCLASSIFIED  Page 11 The Army value system  The Seven Army Values  The Soldier’s Creed  The Warrior Ethos  The NCO Creed  US Military Code of Conduct FM 1 The Army: “The Army is a values-based organization. ”
  12. 12. UNCLASSIFIED  Page 12 The training and education  BCT, AIT  WLC, ALC, SLC  1SG Course, SGM Course  Personal Development FM 1 The Army: “American military professionals work, study, and train throughout their careers to ensure the military profession will not fail in the call to duty.”
  13. 13. UNCLASSIFIED  Page 13 Professionalism in Leadership  BE – demonstrate exemplary conduct in their professional and personal lives  KNOW - competence in interpersonal, conceptual, technical, and tactical skills  DO – have the character and self- discipline to do what they feel or know to be right FM 1 The Army: “The Army leadership framework comprises values, attributes, skills, and actions – summarized by the shorthand expression, BE-KNOW-DO.”
  14. 14. UNCLASSIFIED  Page 14 Are you a professional?  Expertise  Basic Training  AIT  Responsibility  Oath of Enlistment  Deployment  Corporateness  The Uniform  The Signal Regiment Does your client consider you a professional?
  15. 15. UNCLASSIFIED  Page 15 Military Professionalism  American civil-military relations  Definition of a profession  The Soldier as a profession  The professional culture of the Army  The Army value system  Training and education in the development of a professional Soldier  Professionalism in Leadership  Are you a professional? Summary
  16. 16. UNCLASSIFIED  Page 16 Discussion

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