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Is the Army Profession off course?

MilitaryMentors.org recently posted an article entitled, "If you're Off Course, How Does One Right the Ship?" The article discusses how the Army Profession – the "ship" – is currently "off course" and the author says "CAPE is our lighthouse" and can help the Army "right the ship."

Read the full article on MilitaryMentors.org: If you're Off Course, How Does One Right the Ship?

Military Medicine and the Profession of Arms

By virtue of the "Oath of Office," a sworn obligation to support and defend the Constitution, Army Medical Doctors, are members of the Army Profession and they are medical professionals. The career of BG Frederick Blesse, MD provides an exemplary model of how to live by and uphold both the Army Ethic and the Hippocratic Oath. Throughout his career of honorable service, Blesse worked with Soldiers, Army Civilians and Army Families. He continuously advanced his knowledge of the Army Profession as he graduated from Army schools, performed General Staff Corps duties, and practiced his skills as a respected clinician. His continuous professional development as an Army leader and an Army doctor resulted in important improvements in battlefield healthcare, personnel readiness, and operational procedures. His story illustrates the importance of life long commitment to both the Army Profession and medical practice as the key to improving health care within the Army culture.

Military Medicine and the Profession of Arms: Brigadier General Frederick Blesse and being an Army doctor

NOTE: The views and opinions in this article are those of the author and should not be construed as an official Department of the Army position, policy, or decision, unless so designated by other authorized documents.