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Army Book Club — Ideas Wanted

Army Times reports that “Sergeant Major of the Army Dan Dailey is putting together a professional reading list, and he wants your ideas and recommendations.”  

“’I want to stimulate intellectual learning inside the [noncommissioned officer] ranks,” Dailey told Army Times. ‘If you want people to participate in something, you have to let them have a say.’”  

“Once he receives soldier submissions, Dailey plans to pick — and read — a book approximately every quarter. He’s even looking to conduct professional development forums and discussions about the chosen book when he visits installations across the Army, like a book club.”

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