What is the catalyst to developing trust between Soldiers? (CH 3)
The Army Values.
After the loss of Philadelphia in 1777, where did the Army winter quarter? (para 2-12)
At Valley Forge.
How do units and organizations preserve their storied histories? (para 2-13)
By proudly displaying distinctive emblems like (regimental colors, crests, insignia, patches, and mottos).
Does “Trust between Soldiers” accomplish missions or generate high levels of unit effectiveness? (CH 3)
No, “Trust between Soldiers and their leaders” allows this.
If Soldiers do not have “Trust between Soldiers and their leaders” what can be the outcome? (CH 3)
Soldiers will not follow orders except from fear of consequences.
What does trust at all levels of leadership depend on? (CH 3)
What are the 7 Army values? (CH 4)
What usually keeps professional Soldiers in the Army? (CH 4)
What does trust in the Army between the President and the Congress allow the Army to maintain? (CH 4)
The readiness required to fight and win.
How is our military profession like other professions? (CH 4)
We are a repository of a unique body of knowledge; we apply our knowledge using expertise developed through extensive education and training; we certify individual and organizational competence.
Do American citizens place special trust and confidence in Soldiers to serve the nation before all other considerations in their lives? (CH 4)
Yes; most American citizens trust that most Soldiers will defend our country at any cost and do so in austere environments and extreme living conditions and at extreme hardships to their own personal lives.
What is essential to preserving an all-volunteer force? (CH 4)
The trust between the Army and our Soldiers’ families; confidence of the American citizens.
What does the Army need to provide to the Soldiers and their families?
A quality of life commensurate with the Soldier’s service to the nation.
What do most soldiers ask of their fellow American citizens for their service? (CH 4)
To remember their sacrifice, not with tangible rewards, but with respect and appreciation for having done their duty.
How is our military profession unlike other professions? (CH 4)
The employment of landpower in a distinctly American military context; the context is distinct because of American military structure and the way the U.S. military employs joint capabilities.
How many fields of professional knowledge are there? (CH 5)
What are the fields of professional knowledge? (CH 5)