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  2. Morris Janowitz - Wikipedia

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    Morris Janowitz (October 22, 1919 – November 7, 1988) was an American sociologist and professor who made major contributions to sociological theory, the study of prejudice, urban issues, and patriotism. He was one of the founders of military sociology and made major contributions, along with Samuel P. Huntington, to the establishment of ...

  3. Center for the Army Profession and Ethic - Wikipedia

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    Located at West Point, New York, the wellspring of professional soldier values for more than 200 years, the ACPME was re-designated as the Center for the Army Profession and Ethic ( CAPE) and realigned to fall under the command and control of the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) and its Combined Arms Center (CAC) in ...

  4. The Soldier and the State - Wikipedia

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    The Soldier and the State: The Theory and Politics of Civil-Military Relations is a 1957 book written by political scientist Samuel P. Huntington.In the book, Huntington advances the theory of objective civilian control, according to which the optimal means of asserting control over the armed forces is to professionalize them.

  5. Standing army - Wikipedia

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    A standing army is a permanent, often professional, army.It is composed of full-time soldiers who may be either career soldiers or conscripts.It differs from army reserves, who are enrolled for the long term, but activated only during wars or natural disasters, and temporary armies, which are raised from the civilian population only during a war or threat of war, and disbanded once the war or ...

  6. Joint Professional Military Education - Wikipedia

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    Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) is a form of Professional Military Education (PME) in the United States that emphasizes a multiservice approach. Joint Professional Military Education was established following greater awareness during World War II of a need for effective cooperation between the branches of the United States armed ...

  7. Civil–military relations - Wikipedia

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    Civil–military relations ( Civ-Mil or CMR[citation needed]) describes the relationship between military organizations and civil society, military organizations and other government bureaucracies, and leaders and the military. [1] CMR incorporates a diverse, often normative field, which moves within and across management, social science and ...

  8. Civil control of the military - Wikipedia

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    The remoteness of government from the action allowed professional soldiers to claim military affairs as their own particular sphere of expertise and influence; upon entering a state of war, it was often expected that the generals and field marshals would dictate strategy and tactics, and the civilian leadership would defer to their informed ...

  9. Professional Military Education - Wikipedia

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    Professional Military Education. Professional Military Education ( PME) is the professional training, development, and schooling of military personnel. It encompasses many schools, universities, and training programs designed to foster leadership in military service members.