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Seek Out Good Mentors

In June 2014, Vice Chief of Staff of the Army General John F. Campbell was asked to address members of the Asian American Government Executives Network. In his remarks GEN Campbell focused on the importance of mentorship and how his mentors influenced his direction in life.

http://cape.army.mil/news/seek-out-good-mentors
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Are we really ever off duty?

Sgt Maj. Battaglia believes that is important to ask the question "Are we really ever off duty?" and have discussions about this topic at all levels.

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Trust is the Bedrock of our Profession

Last week more than 1,000 military officers graduated from the Command and General Staff College. LTG Robert B. Brown, commanding general of Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth, discussed how no other profession relies on trust as much as the military ....

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Developing Trustworthy Commissioned Officers

In the March-April 2014 edition of Military Review LTC David Cushen, LTC (Ret) Joseph Doty, Ph.D., and COL (Ret) Patrick Toffler wrote an article titled Developing Trustworthy Commissioned Officers.

The aim of the article "is to clarify what it means to be a leader of character and to recommend a holistic approach to developing such leaders in each of our [nation's] sources of commissioning".

http://cape.army.mil/news/developing-trustworthy-commissioned-officers
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Sgt. Maj. of the Army Raymond Chandler recently visited Fort Bliss to talk to Soldiers, listen to Soldiers and their families, and visit the training sites.

http://cape.army.mil/news/character-competence-commitment-essential-army-profession
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In case you missed it Col. John A. Vermeesch, currently the Deputy Director of CAPE, wrote an article for the September-October 2013 edition of Military Review magazine titled Trust Erosion and Identity Corrosion.

http://cape.army.mil/news/trust-erosion-and-identity-corrosion
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The Importance of the three C's

"Being an Army Professional is more than just doing your job well. You can't be a professional if you are not willing to also be a person of character and commitment. Competence is important, but it is only as important as character and commitment."

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" A little while ago, I was sitting in a mess hall watching a new group of Soldiers in training and the events that unfolded as I sat there caused me to ponder if we are setting the correct conditions for new Soldiers to learn and develop due to the way we perceive them and the manner in which we act towards them in training."

- COL Bryan Hernandez

http://cape.army.mil/news/dignity-disdain-how-we-think-about-act-towards-develop-new-soldiers
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Soldiers Celebrate the 239th Army Birthday

"This year's theme for the Army's Birthday is 'America's Army: Our Profession.' ... Three things define leaders across the Army. You have to be a person of character, you have to be competent, and you have to be committed"

http://cape.army.mil/news/soldiers-celebrate-the-239th-army-birthday
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Celebrating the United States Army's 239th Birthday

Today the United States Army celebrates 239 years of dedicated service to our Nation. It is fitting that we pause to acknowledge the incredible competence, the enduring commitment and the extraordinary character of our Soldiers, Civilians, Veterans and their Families who have sacrificed so greatly in defense of American values.

http://cape.army.mil/news/celebrating-us-army-239th-birthday

Happy 239th Birthday, U.S. Army!
http://www.army.mil/standto/archive_2014-06-13/
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Test your knowledge of the Army Profession on the Army's Birthday website.

Take the quiz and comment with your scores.

http://www.army.mil/birthday/239/quiz/armyprofession.html
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Discuss Army Values Daily

We all know every Soldier's time is very valuable. Even with full schedules Maj. Gen. Robert M. Dyess "encourages other leaders ... to spend a few minutes every day in small groups with their Soldiers and civilians, discussing one Army value".

http://cape.army.mil/news/discuss-army-values-daily
Maj. Gen. Robert M. Dyess encourages other leaders ... to spend a few minutes every day in small groups with their Soldiers and civilians, discussing one Army value.
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Foster an Army culture that reinforces Trust within the Army Profession and with the American people.
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The Center for the Army Profession and Ethic (CAPE) is the Army Force Modernization Proponent for Army-Wide DOTMLPF responsibilities to advance the Army Profession, its Ethic, and the Character Development of the Army’s Professionals.