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Improving SOF Ethics Education

The realities of human nature combined with the realities of SOF culture and the SOF operational environment create frequent opportunities for SOF professionals to become numb to moral drift and the ethical dilemmas that follow from a culture where “if you ain’t cheatin’, you ain’t tryin’!” takes on an institution-wide leadership problem for SOF professionals across the joint force and across the operational spectrum.

This reality requires SOF leaders who recognize the reality that the SOF profession offers its own peculiar professional and ethical challenges and leaders who are professionally ready to lead in such highly complex ethical decision-making environments.

  • Author(s):
  • Dr. Kari A. Thyne
  • Dr. Joseph E. Long
  • Mr. Wojciech (John) Labuz
  • Mr. Michael W. Clark II
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Improving SOF Ethics Education
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Publisher:Joint Special Operations University
Published:April 3, 2024
License:Public Domain

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