2 edition of Perspectives in the history of military education and professionalism found in the catalog.
Perspectives in the history of military education and professionalism
Richard Arthur Preston
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Richard A. Preston.|
|Series||Harmon memorial lectures in military history -- no. 22.|
|Contributions||United States Air Force Academy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
Political Soldiers: Perspectives on Professionalism in the U. S. Military The nature of professionalism in the U.S. military is undergoing significant change under the impact of changing domestic and international forces. The institutional characteristics and individual orientation stemming from experiences. Many professional occupations have defined what it means to embody professionalism. By defining the term professionalism, individuals within a certain occupation are able to establish boundaries for themselves and others working in the same profession. In this paper the discourse pertaining to definitions of professionalism within education are explored.
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Professional Military Education (PME) covers a wide range of activities. In one sense it refers to a plethora of training, continuing education, and other activities designed to provide development to members of the military at various points in their career and to prepare them for the next level of responsibilities. The mounting tension in civil-military relations within our Government is made up of many factors-especially, perhaps, the tightening of civilian control and the postwar changes in the nature of war and of the military profession itself. The conflicts are reported almost daily by the Pentagon press corps, and the frustrations of the military are made evident in the writings of Generals Gavin.
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Perspectives in the History of Military Education and Professionalism Richard A. Preston, An anniversary is a time for the recognition of achievement.
At its twenty-fifth anniversary, the United States Air Force Academy, although young among the world's military colleges, has achieved a great deal. Military professionalism began developing with the creation of professional officer corps in Prussia, France, and Britain during the 19th century.
Prussia had a system that focused on practical military qualifications and promoted social discrimination. In contrast, the French system placed heavy emphasis on competition and had officials that recruited more : Richard A.
Preston. Perspectives in the history of military education and professionalism. [Colorado Springs?], Colo.: U.S. Air Force Academy, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard A Preston; United States Air Force Academy.
Military Professionalism and Professional Militarism in Brazil, II Historical Perspectives and Political Implications* by FREDERICK M. NUNN Since Brazil has been governed by successive regimes dominated by the armed forces and presided over by army generals.
The men in charge of. Military professionalism has long been an influential but controversial concept in the study of civil-military relations. Investigating the conception, practice, evolution, and consequences of military professionalism in ten Asian countries, this study convincingly advances three propositions.
one AsiaPacifi Issuec s paper, and this volume Military: Professionalism in Asia: Conceptual and Empirical Perspectives. (See the back o lisf thi ot f s book for a these works.) Military professionalism has been an influential though controversial con cept in the study civil-militar of relationsy.
Although i featurt did e in Coercion. The perspective that Proctor and Schiebinger provide offers a critical lens through which to evaluate the trajectory of professional military education. The National Defense Strategy tags professional military education as stagnating, with a shift in focus toward “the accomplishment of mandatory credit at the expense of lethality and.
At the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU), professionalism is emphasized as a requirement for graduation in accordance with Liaison Committee on Medical Education Core Competencies.
1 As a medical student surrounded by military custom day-in and day-out, my understanding of “military” professionalism had been. In the discussion that follows, I focus on the issue of military professionalism in a broad joint or DOD perspective, leaving aside for the most part Service-related professionalism issues.
Army Rangers assigned to 2 nd Battalion, 75 th Ranger Regiment, prepare for extraction during Task Force Training on Fort Hunter Liggett, CA, January The history to this is convoluted but the net This short paper provides the Military Education Coordination Council (MECC) with an update on the UK DefAc’s approach to evolving Professional Military Education (PME).
Principles, Approach and Coherent Actions across the DefAc 6 Principles. The DefAc seeks to shape future PME by.
Contents: Edwin R. Micewski: On the Philosophical Framework for the Ethical Debate in Professional Military Education – Wolfgang Royl: Military Pedagogy and the Concept of Leadership Development and Civic Education – Outi Kallioinen: Ethical Dimension in Teaching and Learning – Jarmo Toiskallio: Military Ethics and the Techno-culture of the Information Age – Amira Raviv: Teaching.
Professional military education encompasses all the Pentagon's efforts to imbue the enlisted and officer ranks with the knowledge, skills, and attributes they need to serve the nation.
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At the same time, the military profession must insure that it remains compatible with civilian cultures and the US political-social system without eroding its primary function. This is an invaluable book for all students with an interest in the US Military, and of strategic studies and military history in general.
This study guide on military history is intended for use with the young officer just entering upon a military career. There are four major sections to the guide. Part one discusses the scope and value of military history, presents a perspective on military history, and examines essentials of a study program.
The study of military history has both an educational and a utilitarian value. The Naval Institute Press supports professional military education (PME) in the sea services. Sincewhen the Naval Institute first published The Bluejacket’s Manual, the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard have relied upon our ever-growing library of professional books as an important source of information and guidance for sailors of all ranks.
Professionalism is something that is extremely important for any job a person may have, yet it comes into play even more so with the military. War is something that requires a large amount of discipline, respect, and commitment. Military bearing is conducting oneself in a professional manner to bring credit upon oneself and the Army at all times.
It is the ability to project a commanding presence and confidence, uphold standards, and doing the hard right over the easy. "Professional Military Education in the United States will be valuable to all PME commands.
It provides a quick shortcut for junior officers and civilians overwhelmed by unfamiliar acronyms and confusing references to the plethora of military educational institutions, presenting hard-to-find historical background and a concise summary of each.
Military Professionalism 1. Page 1 2. Military Professionalism UNCLASSIFIED Page 2 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.Intercultural Training in the Military.
In Y.Y. Kim & K. McKay-Semmler, (Eds.) International Encyclopedia of Intercultural Communication. (P. ) Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell. Mackenzie, L. & Post, K. (). “Relationship repair strategies for the military professional: The Impact of Cultural Differences on Expectations and.Perspectives on History is the newsmagazine of the American Historicalwe have been the principal source for news and information about the discipline of history.
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