3 edition of Profession of Arms found in the catalog.
Profession of Arms
John Winthrop Hackett
by Pergamon Pr
Written in English
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What Defines the Profession of Arms? Mark Gilchrist. SWJ Note: Originally published by the Australian Army. The Professional Standards Councils suggest that ‘a profession positions itself as possessing special knowledge and skills [and] is prepared to apply this in the interest of others’. When considering many professions, the uniting principle that defines them is relatively easy. The quotations were chosen for their value to Airmen and the profession of arms. The aim of this book is to supply Airmen with useful thoughts that might help them meet their known responsibilities and the unknown challenges their service will bring.
The Army is an American Profession of Arms, a vocation comprised of experts certified in the ethnical application of land combat power, serving under civilian authority, entrusted to defend the Constitution and the rights and interests of the American people (The Military Review: The Profession of Arms, September ). The Profession of Arms. likes. A veteran owned and operated small business that offers military and first responder themed whiskey decanter sets.5/5.
Officership and the Profession of Arms in the 21st Century comprised only % of the military, and it was com-mon to use only the masculine pronoun): Upon being commissioned in the Armed Services of the United States, a man incurs a lasting obligation to cherish and protect his country and to develop with-. Pictorial histories are usually bland, homogenized overviews but that, as his readers well know, is not Hackett's style. The pictures here are forgettable, and largely dispensable. The book has no utility as a synthesis, and its reference value is limited by Hackett's view of his subject in each historical period: because the Roman army served as a model for later military institutions.
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The profession of arms Hardcover – January 1, by John Winthrop Hackett (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratingsCited by: I read this book on the recommendation from a fellow officer in order to gain a better historical perspective of the military profession. This book develops the lineage from Armies of the ancient world to today's modern Armies in a rather concise and insightful manner.
Sir John Hackett focuses a lot on the relationship between /5(4). AMERICA’S AIR FORCE: A PROFESSION OF ARMS “THE LITTLE BLUE BOOK” First, we must understand that our chosen profession is that of a Profession of Arms book calling, in which we hold ourselves to higher standards. To serve proudly and capably, our commitment to our cause must be unbreakable; it must be bonded Profession of Arms book our mutual respect for each other.
The profession of arms needs a little clarity. That’s why I am excited to share a timely new book by two of my friends and colleagues, Nate Finney and Ty Mayfield. In Redefining the Modern Military: The Intersection of Profession and Ethics, they do a wonderful job of bringing context to the clouded notion of today’s professional military service.
The function of the profession of arms is the ordered of force in the resolution of a social problem. H arold Lass-well2 describes it as the nt of violonce, which is rather less precise.
The bearing of arms among men for the purpose of File Size: 9MB. Like the priesthood, the profession of arms is a vocation, a higher calling, to serve others, to sacrifice self, to be about something larger than one’s own ambitions and desires, something grander than one’s own contributions and even one’s own life.
This is a recurring and central theme in discourses on the profession of arms. America's Military-A Profession of Arms The CJCS leads our Profossion of Arms. He is the steward of our military profession, and with the Joint Chiefs is the keeper of our values, ethics, and standards.
He integrates the collective strengths and unique cultures of each Service into a Joint Team during both peace and war, promoting Jointness. Every Soldier and leader is required to be a steward of our profession to ensure that trust remains intact and that we provide the best service to our nation.
A key component of our profession is our Army culture –the attitudes, values, goals, beliefs, and behaviors rooted in traditions, customs, and courtesies. influenced by leadership. We in the Profession of Arms will continue to adapt our training and education programs, as we have always done, to provide our officers with the intellectual and practical tools necessary to succeed in this unpredictable and unstable world.
His sociology of the devel This is an odd but delightful book. General Hackett was an officer of some talents; commander of one of the paratrooper brigades at Arnhem and later NATO commander of the /5. An American Professional Soldier is an expert, a volunteer certified in the Profession of Arms, bonded with comrades in a shared identity and culture of sacrifice and service to the nation and the Constitution, who adheres to the highest ethical standards and is a steward of the future of the Army Size: KB.
Winfield Scott and the Profession of Arms book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Winfield Scott () was arguably the prem /5.
relevant to the study of the profession of arms. The list of books has been selected for reading upto offrs with 15 yrs of service & have been divided into two groups i.e. upto 7 yrs service & 7 to 15 yrs service. Further in each gp the books have been subdivided under fwg heads: (a) Theory/ Evolution of Warfare.
(b) Mil Size: KB. This list of United States Army Field Manuals contains information about a variety of Field Manuals. Odd -numbered revised release of edition. Initial or even -numbered revised release of edition. Even -numbered edition. Initial or Odd -numbered edition. ADP 1 and ADP 3–0 are the two capstones of U.S.
Army's field manuals. (Changes Nos. 1 to 11). The Sergeants Major of the Army: On Leadership and the Profession of Arms, compiled by M. Merrick Yamamoto and edited by the staff of A USA's Institute of Land Warfare, is being published to mark the occasion of the 30th anniversary and to capture some ofthe wisdom ofthese ten greatFile Size: 2MB.
In layman's terms, the profession of arms is the basic understanding that each member brings their own unique skills to the fight. With this definition, it's a fairly easy concept to understand, but one that may be difficult to communicate.
Section 1: Military Ethos and its Function in the Profession of Arms; Section 2: Fundamental Beliefs and Expectations; Section 3: Canadian Values; Section 4: Canadian Military Values; Section 5: Military Ethos and the Warrior’s Honour; Section 6: Conclusion; Chapter 3: The Organization and Functioning of the Profession of Arms in Canada.
Section 1: Introduction; Section 2: The Military Profession in Canada. Two more recent reviews of the profession round out this examination of the development of the profession of arms. First, an important contribution to understanding the contemporary profession of arms was the work of Maj.
Gen. Craig Orme in His report, Beyond Compliance, proposed an Australian profession of arms concept. In noting that. Purpose of Self Study Program. This self study program consists of books, articles, doctrine, films, lectures, and practical application exercises to help educate maneuver leaders about the nature and character of war, as well as their responsibilities to prepare their Soldiers for combat, lead them in battle, and accomplish the mission.
Get this from a library. The profession of arms. [U.S. Army Combined Arms Center. Center for the Army Profession and Ethic.; United States. Army Training and Doctrine Command.;] -- This White Paper serves to facilitate an Army-wide dialog about our Profession of Arms.
It is neither definitive nor authoritative, but a starting point with which to begin discussion. Profession: a calling requiring specialized knowledge and often long and intensive academic preparation While each uniformed service has a rich heritage and distinct culture, derived from the service legacy and the domains in which we operate, all share an ethos of selfless service and common experience as members of the profession of arms.
The Airmen received a copy of "America's Air Force: A Profession of Arms," the next evolution of the "Little Blue Book" previously released in The new book gives Airmen instant access to the core values, codes and creeds that guide Airmen as they serve in the Profession of Arms.The profession of arms.
[John Hackett, Sir] -- I read this book on the recommendation from a fellow officer in order to gain a better historical perspective of the military profession. This book develops the lineage from Armies of the ancient.