Ethics for Naval Leaders
|Abstract||A textbook designed for the mandatory semester ethics course at the United States Naval Academy by USNA Ethics Section, with contributions by the Distinguished Chair in Ethics.|
|Keywords||military ethics leadership ethical theory|
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