Special Operations Imperatives

Special Operations Imperatives

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  • SPECIAL OPERATIONS IMPERATIVES
  • Anticipate and Control Psychological Effects
  • Understand Operational Environment
  • Recognize Political Implications
  • Ensure Long Term Engagement
  • Develop Multiple Options
  • Operate with and Through Others
  • Facilitate Interagency Activities
  • Engage Threat Discriminately
  • Ensure Legitimacy and Credibility of Special Operations
  • Consider Long Term Effects
  • Provide Sufficient Intelligence
  • ARSOF ATTRIBUTES
  • Personal Responsibility
  • Integrity
  • Courage
  • Professionalism
  • Adaptability
  • Perserverence
  • Team Player
  • Capability
  • SOF TRUTHS
  • Most Special Operations require non-SOF support
  • Quality is better than Quantity
  • Competent SOF cannot be created after emergencies occur
  • Humans are more important than hardware
  • SOF cannot be mass produced
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  • Army Profession: 3 critical tasks in military expertise
  • Balance
  • Develop expert knowledge
  • Security
  • Apply military expertise
  • Synchronization
  • Characteristics of the Army Profession
  • Military Expertise
  • Espirit de Corps
  • Trust
  • Honorable Service
  • Stages of Moral Processing
  • Moral Judgement
  • Moral Recognition
  • Moral Intentions
  • Moral Action
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  • 7 Army Values LDRSHIP
  • Certify Army Professionals and Organizations
  • Loyalty
  • Army Values LOYALTY
  • Stewardship of the Profession
  • LOYALTY
  • Army Values DUTY
  • Fulfill your obligations
  • DUTY
  • To refuse an illegal order
  • Army Values RESPECT
  • Treat people as they should be treated
  • Army Values PERSONAL COURAGE
  • Personal Courage
  • Integrity
  • Honor
  • Selfless Service
  • Face fear, danger, or adversity
  • Respect
  • Duty
  • Army Values INTEGRITY
  • Bear true faith and allegiance to the U.S. Constitution, Army, unit
  • Cannot demand or win - must deserve
  • Loyalty to subordinates
  • Army Values HONOR
  • sum total of all laws, rules that make up the professional, civic, and moral obligations of leaders
  • Army Values SELFLESS SERVICE
  • RESPECT
  • The regard and recognition of the absolute dignity that every human being possesses
  • PERSONAL COURAGE
  • Moral: taking responsibility for decisions and actions
  • Physical: overcome fear of bodily harm
  • Do what's right, legally and morally - hard right vs. easy wrong
  • INTEGRITY
  • H O N O R
  • Honesty & Integrity are the foundation of honor Key to success
  • Put Army values above all other loyalties
  • true to your convictions
  • put the welfare of the nation, the Army , and your subordinates before your own
  • SELFLESS SERVICE
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