The Whole Sailor

Kilcline, Thomas J.
July 2010
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jul2010, Vol. 136 Issue 7, p55
Conference Proceeding
An essay is presented on inculcating values in sailors. Mainly physical and mental development of soldiers are looked after which is incomplete until moral aspect is also considered. It involves development of character and ability to distinguish between right and wrong. It mentions that in navy character is the base of decision making and helps in sustaining the sailors during crises. It states that integrity is vital in commanding officers because without it there is no moral authority.


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