DIE PROBLEMATIEK VAN MILITÊRE OPLEIDING

M.H Heydenrych

Abstract


"The essential characteristics of a good army are that it be well trained and well disciplined. These two characteristics are apparent in ever unit achievement, whether in peace or in war. Discipline derives and flows from training and serves to emphasize a fundamental point essential to a philosophy of training: that training is all encompassing. Training permeates everything a military organization does" (Collins 1978: 1).


Keywords


Die Kompleksiteit van 'n Weermagsorganisasie; Onvoorwaardelike onderwerping van Individuele Belange; Geweld as Doelstelling; Militêre Dissipline; Militêre Etiek

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5787/21-1-348

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