AER - the Army takes care of its own

Every leader in the Army has two basic doctrinal responsibilities – the accomplishment of the mission and the welfare of the Soldiers. Both responsibilities are interdependent. Units can’t accomplish their missions if their members are struggling personally, and mission failure can have severe personal consequences – especially on the battlefield.

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