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Outcomes of leader anger expression: Positive and negative consequences

Article title:  Symmetrical and asymmetrical outcomes of leader anger expression: A qualitative study of army personnel From Human Relations Recent studies have highlighted the utility of anger at work, suggesting that anger can have positive outcomes. In this article, authors … Continue reading

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When it comes to depressed men in the military, does size matter?

Size Matters: Stature is Related to Diagnoses of Depression in Young Military Men   From SAGE Open Both short and tall men in the military are more at risk for depression than their uniformed colleagues of average height, this study finds. … Continue reading

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Study examines the factors underlying suicides in the Army National Guard

Perspectives on suicide in the Army National Guard From Armed Forces & Society Studies report that since 2004, suicides rates in the U.S. Army have been on the rise. While researchers debate the cause, this study finds that among suicide … Continue reading

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How the US armed forces shaped college football

America and the Garrison Stadium: How the US Armed Forces Shaped College Football From Armed Forces & Society U.S. football fans might not realize the influence that the US military had in the widespread appeal of football. This study reveals … Continue reading

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The technology of modeling has changed the future of warfare

Special issue: The Peace Support Operations Model: Stabilisation Strategy From Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation: Applications, Methodology, Technology Technology via modeling is changing the way we approach military operations. This special issue looks at the Peace Support Operations Model … Continue reading

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It pays to be a married member of the Armed Forces rather than a singleton

Marriage and the military: Evidence that those who serve marry earlier and divorce earlier From Armed Forces & Society The military compensation and benefits system benefits married members compared to single ones without dependents. The Armed Forces place high demands … Continue reading

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Is heavy drinking an integral part of a sailor’s life?

The impact of occupational culture on drinking behaviour of young adults in the U.S. Navy From: Journal of Mixed Methods Research Although heavy drinking is widely perceived to be a fundamental part of Navy life, little has been known about specific … Continue reading

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Soldiers as police officers/police officers as soldiers: role evolution and revolution in the United States

From Armed Forces & Society Are soldiers and Police Offices becoming one and the same? As policing in the US has taken on some military characteristics and many military operations have taken on more policing characteristics there is a perception … Continue reading

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