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U.S. Army May 18
Big Locations for the next three Security Force Assistance Brigades announced for Fort Hood, Fort Carson and Joint Base Lewis-McChord. For more information:
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CAPE May 16
CW4 Charles Felder visited the The Warrant Officer Career College last week to review the status of the Army Ethic and Character Development within the Warrant Officer Intermediate Level and Senior Staff Education curriculum. Pictured L2R: CW4 Olga Elliot and CW4 Charles Felder
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CAPE May 11
CPT John Macuga recently visited MAJ Brandon Gendron, XO for 1st BN 69th Inf Reg​ in NYC to share CAPE’s mission and current initiatives (to include character development) and learn more about the Fighting 69th’s current operations and storied past.
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CAPE May 9
CAPE has an 18-min Character Development white board video due out this summer, but don’t wait until then to check it out. Watch the preview now and imagine the many ways you can use the upcoming video in your training program.
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CAPE Apr 9
Come join us on our new page
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FORSCOM Leader Dev Apr 4
Interesting question posed by - does a compliance culture undermine trust (from the perspective of Soldiers, Family & Civilians) in the Army as an Institution and/or as a Profession? Let's discuss.
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Daniel A. Dailey Mar 30
Events like 's Day of the NCO simultaneously strengthen our U.S.-Republic of Korea partnership while preserving tradition by inducting 65 new NCOs & 18 KATUSAs. That is strengthening the
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CAPE Mar 30
Staff Sgt. Grady M. Elmore and Sgt. 1st Class Tyler P. Hervey recently wrote an article titled "The 'Not In My Squad' Program - Making Positive Changes in the Army" for Aviation Digest's October-December 2017 Issue.
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U.S. Army TRADOC Feb 1
VIDEO: Gen. David G. Perkins, commanding general, appeared on this morning & detailed the opportunities the offers & the professionalism it takes to serve:
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CAPE Feb 1
Members of the visited CAPE yesterday as a follow-up to previous collaborations between the two organizations that have included meetings and speaking engagements.
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CAPE Dec 28
Replying to @NCOJournal @15thSMA
Discussion guides for all books are available here:
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CAPE Dec 28
Replying to @101stAASLTDIV @USArmy
Recommend viewing a video in the ADRP 1 e2book Doctrine Supplement about this letter. The video, which discusses esprit de corps (Chapter 7), is available here: The full e2book Doctrine Supplement can be download/viewed here:
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CAPE Dec 15
Army senior leaders from across the force met last week for the 2017 Army Profession Forum.
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GEN Mark A. Milley Dec 7
Thank you to & for hosting the this week. Important discussions on how strategic leaders can continue to shape a culture of trust in our Army.
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CAPE Dec 7
The Army white paper The Army's Framework for Character Development, approved Aug. 28, 2017 ... The framework applies to the total force, affecting all Soldiers and Army civilians. Read more in today's STAND-TO!
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Daniel A. Dailey Dec 7
Another great opportunity to address some of our senior most leaders and share our "Soldiers' Perspective" & "Not In My Squad" workshop feedback with the force
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SecArmy Dec 6
This morning I spoke at the Profession Forum. As I said to our Army Senior Leaders, one of my enduring priorities is upholding the Values.
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U.S. Army Dec 7
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U.S. Army Dec 7
On this day, we honor the courage and sacrifice of the heroes.
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U.S. Army Dec 7
On a Sunday morning, Japanese fighter planes descended upon , a U.S. naval base in . They damaged or destroyed nearly 20 naval vessels and over 300 airplanes. The next day, President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared war .
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