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Bridging the Military Civilian Divide characters ↠ 104 Thout true comprehension of their culture And their mutual misperceptions seem greater now than in the late 1960s and early 1970s during the Vietnam WarYet as US Naval Academy professor Bruce Fleming points out the military is linked to the civilian world so fundamentally that all of us pay the price if they do not develop an appreciation of one another but that is achievable only if each side also strives to see itself clearly As.

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Bridging the Military Civilian Divide characters ↠ 104 The military fulfills its mission of protecting Americans and their way of life civilians must also do their part and support the military through budget allocations legislation and enlistment Without this shared commitment American interests suffer as a wholeFleming shows how to close a military civilian gap that yawns so large in twenty first century America that it potentially threatens national security and essential freedoms.

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Bridging the Military Civilian Divide characters ↠ 104 Civilians and military personnel do not have a clear view of each other in the United States today Conspiring against such understanding are the norms and traditions of the two cultures On the one hand the military is considered to like its secrecy and think of itself as morally superior to the civilians it is meant to serve On the other hand civilians praise or blame the armed forces based on political exigencies and generally wi.

  • Hardcover
  • 296
  • Bridging the Military Civilian Divide
  • Bruce E. Fleming
  • English
  • 02 March 2018
  • 9781597974288