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How Leaders Can Combat Moral Injury in Their Soldiers

This article linked to below marks the start of a monthly column on professional ethics that I'll write for ARMY magazine, which is published by the Association of the United States Army.

Many soldiers who perform honorably in combat and deserve to feel enormous pride for the rest of their lives instead experience a corrosive sense of guilt, especially after they separate from the military and reintegrate into civilian culture.  Moral injury is a soldier-welfare issue that demands the attention of leaders.


Maria Kenney said…
Hello Peter -- My name is Maria Kenney, and I would like to discuss making your material available to an online class I am teaching at Asbury Seminary. I sent you a longer message via Facebook. Thank you!