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Global Ethics Day 2017- U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and CCEIA Senior Fellow Reed Bonadonna present "How to Think Like an Officer"

Tomorrow CAPT Reed Bonadonna will be speaking in Melville Hall at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy about his new book “How to Think Like an Officer.” CAPT Bonadonna was formerly the director of Ethics at USMMA until he retired last year. Recently he published the book “Soldiers and Civilization” about the Military…See More
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Global Ethics Day 2017- U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and CCEIA Senior Fellow Reed Bonadonna present "How to Think Like an Officer"

Tomorrow CAPT Reed Bonadonna will be speaking in Melville Hall at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy about his new book “How to Think Like an Officer.” CAPT Bonadonna was formerly the director of Ethics at USMMA until he retired last year. Recently he published the book “Soldiers and Civilization” about the Military…See More
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Global Ethics Day 2017- U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and CCEIA Senior Fellow Reed Bonadonna present "How to Think Like an Officer"

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Tomorrow CAPT Reed Bonadonna will be speaking in Melville Hall at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy about his new book “How to Think Like an Officer.” CAPT Bonadonna was formerly the director of Ethics at USMMA until he retired last year. Recently…

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