|Captain Mark Light, Profession U.S. Army War College|
Saturday, September 15, 2012
Steering one's true course
Furthermore, that same technology has made it increasingly difficult to deal with such transgressions quietly and privately; it is just as easy to post incriminating evidence on YouTube as to send it to the officer’s superior. Commanding officers who violate the trust bestowed on them can expect technology to allow them to be caught and held accountable, often in the public eye.
So why do some take the risk?
Read the rest of Captain Mark Light's paper THE NAVY'S MORAL COMPASS available from the U.S. Navy War College website HERE.