Ethics Symposium (16-18NOV09)
Nov 28, 2009Public
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Photo: Brig. Gen. Ed Cardon, CGSC Deputy Commandant, addresses the ethics symposium attendees at the welcoming reception in the Lewis and Clark Center atrium, Nov. 16.
Photo: Lt. Gen. (Ret.) John Miller, CGSC Foundation VP for Corporate Affairs, addresses the ethics symposium attendees at the welcoming reception in the Lewis and Clark Center atrium, Nov. 16.
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Photo: Brig. Gen. Ed Cardon, CGSC Deputy Commandant, delivers opening remarks to the ethics symposium attendees at the Frontier Conference Center, Nov. 17.
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Photo: Brig. Gen. Ed Cardon, CGSC Deputy Commandant, conducts an interview with Associate Press reporter John Milburne, right, while CGSC public affairs officer Lt. Col. Stacy Bathridge takes notes. Milburne attended the ethics symposium at the Frontier Conference Center, Nov. 17 and 18.
Photo: Lt. Col. Joe McLamb delivers remarks for the tactical issues portion of the symposium.
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Photo: Members of the tactical issues panel, left to right:  Lt. Cmdr. Thomas Leak (at the podium), Capt. Walt Sowden, Maj. Shing Tai Leung-Singapore, Lt. Col. Joe McClamb.
Photo: Capt. Walt Sowden provides a summary of his paper "Competency vs. Character."
Photo: CGSC students conduct an interview with Associated Press reporter John Milburne during the ethics symposium.
Photo: Maj. Shing Tai Leung, a CGSC international military officer student from Singapore, presents a summary of his paper "The Ethics of Disobedience."
Photo: "The Ethical Triangle" presented as part of Maj. Shing Tai Leung's paper "The Ethics of Disobedience."
Photo: During the symposium attendees had ample time for Q&A with each panel.
Photo: Col. Sean Hannah, Director of the Army Center of Excellence for the Professional Military Ethic at West Point, delivers the introduction for the day one guest speaker during the luncheon.
Photo: Col. (Ret.) Su Herrington was the luncheon guest speaker on day one of the ethics symposium.  Herrington, delivered an interesting presentation on interrogation and treatment of enemy combatants.
Photo: Col. Hannah provided a background briefing on the Army Center of Excellence for the Professional Military Ethic.
Photo: Maj. Doug Pryer (at the podium) presents a summary of his paper "The Consequences of Ethical and Unethical Leadership" as part of the operational issues panel.
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Photo: The closing slide of Maj. Pryer's presentation.