English Edition 2013

September-October 2013

Complete Edition

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Table of Contents

Trust Erosion and Identity Corrosion

Col. John A. Vermeesch, U.S. Army

11 Fighting Alone: The Challenge of Shrinking Social Capital and the Army Profession

Maj. Charlie Lewis, U.S. Army

21 Defeating Future Hybrid Threats: The Greatest Challenge to the Army Profession of 2020 and Beyond

Maj. John R. Davis Jr., U.S. Army

30 Character Development of U.S. Army Leaders: The Laissez- Faire Approach

Col. Brian M. Michelson, U.S. Army

40 The Trust Lapse: How Our Profession’s Bedrock is Being Undermined

Maj. Joshua Glonek, U.S. Army

48 Uninformed, not Uniformed? The Apolitical Myth

Maj. Brian Babcock-Lumish, Ph.D., U.S. Army

57 The Myths We Soldiers Tell Ourselves (and the Harm These Myths Do)

Lt. Col. Peter Fromm, U.S. Army, Retired; Lt. Col. Douglas Pryer; U.S. Army; and Lt. Col. Kevin Cutright, U.S. Army

69 The Greatest Threat Facing the Army Profession

Dan Johnson, Consultant with The Praevius Group, Salado, Texas

73 Trust: Implications for the Army Profession

Col. Charles D. Allen, U.S. Army, Retired, and Col. William G.“Trey” Braun III, U.S. Army, Retired

86 Remembering Vietnam

Arnold R. Isaacs, Journalist and Vietnam War Correspondent

95 Letters

97 Cover 3

Announcing the 2013 General William E. DePuy Combined Arms Center Writing Competition Winners