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Military Leadership Ethic

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Transformation of the United States Army ...

 

2010 Army Posture Statement, Addendum F, Army Force Generation (ARFORGEN) ...

received its final approval from the Army's senior leadership in early 2006. ...
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News Room - CGSC Foundation continues partnership with Flint Hills ...

16, 2010) The Command and General Staff College Foundation has the good fortune to continue its strategic partnership
with Flint Hills Resources, from Wichita ... This year's theme is “Exploring the Professional Military Ethic” but will ...
the CGSC Foundation and its mission to support the education of leaders for ...
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The Fort Leavenworth Ethics Symposium is intended to provide a visible and intellectual forum at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College to discuss the impacts of ethical and legal issues military officers and other interagency students at the college will face in their professional service. 

The Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey, Jr., has made ethics one of his top initiatives.

 

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    ARMY TRANSFORMATION: A VIEW FROM THE U.S. ARMY WAR COLLEGE Edited ...

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Reconnaissance plays a large role in the new organizational designs.

The Army feels acquisition of the target was the weak link in the chain of finding, fixing, closing with, and destroying the enemy. They feel the Army has sufficient lethal platforms to take out the enemy. Thus, it increased the number of reconnaissance units in each brigade. The brigades also depend on joint fires from the Air Force and Navy to accomplish their mission. As a result, the amount of field artillery has been reduced in the brigade design.

 

The three types of combat brigades will be Heavy Brigade Combat Teams (HBCTs), Infantry Brigade Combat Teams (IBCTs include light, air assault and airborne units), and Stryker Brigade Combat Teams (SBCTs). The organization of brigades will change, with the armored cavalry regiment serving as a model  ...

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