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STANDARDS

Books

Dorland, Gil and Dorland, John. Duty, Honor, Company: West Point Fundamentals for Business. New York, Henry Holt Company, 1992. 238 p.
Author examines how military fundamentals can be applied to the business world. Includes some discussion of the differences between the military and civilian environments. See especially Part One: Concepts and Philosophies.
Book call no.: 174.4 D71d

Ethical Issues in the Professions , edited by Peter Y. Windt and others. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice Hall , 1989. 594 p.
Discusses standards and codes of ethics in various professions.
Book call no.: 174.4 E84

Gabriel, Richard A. To Serve with Honor: A Treatise on Military Ethics and the Way of the Soldier. Westport, CT, Greenwood Press, 1982. 243 p.
Chapter 4: Professionalism and the Brotherhood of Arms, pp 80-118. Includes "The Military Is Different" (how the military profession is distinguished from professions in civil society), pp 86-88; and " A World Apart" (why the military must be separate from the larger society), pp 88-94.
Book call no.: 174.9355 G118t

Napier, John Hawkins, III. Air Force Officer's Guide. 29th ed. Harrisburg, PA, Stackpole Books, 1992. 406 p.
Chapter 7: Your Rights Privileges, and Restrictions, pp 114-128.
Book call no.: R 358.4 A298 29th ed. 1992

Documents

Nelson, Keithe E. Conduct Expected of an Officer and a Gentleman: An Ambiguity?. Maxwell AFB, AL, May 1969. 62 leaves. (Air University (U.S.) Air Command and Staff College. Research study)
Chapter 2: Historical Development. Traces the history of military custom establishing a higher standard of conduct required of an officer.
Doc. call no.: M-U 35582-7 N427c

Reinke, Earl R. (Maj, USAF). Military Appearance Standards: Are they Relevant?. Maxwell AFB, AL, May 1972. 75 leaves. (Air University (U.S.) Air Command and Staff College. Research study)
Written in 1972, this study examines military appearnce standards for relevance, and examines their efforts on all-volunteer force. The methodology is an historical survey.
Doc. call no.: M-U 35582-7 R372m

Periodicals

Anton, Genevieve. "This Is the Way I Talk, Dress and Act": An Officer Challenges Restrictions on Off-Duty Behavior. Air Force Times 56:12-13 Aug 7 '95.

Bahnsen, John C. (BrigGen, USA ret). Do We Need a Few Good Men? U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 120:59-61 Aug '94.

Cancian, Mark F. (LtCol, USMCR). Are You Telling the Truth? U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 120:37-41 Dec '94.

Compart, Andrew. Crimes of the Heart: Are Penalties for Adultery and Fraternization Archaic? Air Force Times 56:12-15 Nov 27 '95.

Dean, Gary J. D. (Capt, USMC). Marine Corps' Standards and Personality: A Mirror of Individual Marines. Marine Corps Gazette 78:43-45 Nov '94.

Fogleman, Ronald R. (Gen, USAF). Integrity (the standards for military professionals are higher than those for society at large). Air Force Magazine 79:90-91 Feb '96.

Fogleman, Ronald R. (Gen, USAF). Our Behavior Must Merit Trust, Respect. Dispatch 50:1+ Apr 26 '96.

Fogleman, Ronald R. (Gen USAF). What the Air Force Expects of You. Air Force Times 56:33 May 13 '96.

Gendrolis, Paul S. (LtCol, USA) and Barry, Charles. Security Assistance: Ethics, Standards of Conduct, and Legal Status. DISAM Journal 15:113-117 Summer '93.

Gieringer, Mark W. (Maj, USAF). Do the Hard Thing--(it's the right thing to do). Mobility Forum 4:30-31 Nov-Dec '95.

Szafranski, Richard and others. Military Ethics: In Search for an Honest Man. Airpower Journal 8:15-25 Winter '94.

Directives

Air Force Instruction 2909. Fraternization and Professional Relationships, 6 May '94. 2 p.

Air Force Instruction 36-2903. Dress and Personal Appearance of Air Force Personnel, 20 Jul '94.

Air Force Instruction 36-2906. Personal Financial Responsibility, 22 Jul '94. 5 p.

Air Force Instruction 36-2906. Personal Financial Responsibility, 22 Jul '94. 5 p.

Air Force Instruction 36-2908. Family Care Plans, 15 Jul '94. 6 p.

Air Force Policy Directive 36-29. Military Standards, 1 Mar '94. 6 p.
This directive establishes Air Force policy for appropriate standards of conduct. The importance of the Air Force's mission and inherent responsibility to the Nation requires its members to adhere to higher standards than normally found in civilian life.

Air Force Policy Directive 40-5. Fitness and Weight Management , 20 May '94. 7 p.


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