morale that may affect the mission is a core component of this
training (see figure J-1).
"Spiritual well-being is important since soldiers function
more effectively when they have a support system or
framework of meaning to sustain them...Spiritual fitness is
the development of those personal qualities needed to
sustain a person in times of stress, hardship, and tragedy.
These qualities come from religious, philosophical, or
human values and form the basis for character, disposition,
decision-making, and integrity."
DA PAM 600-63-12
Traits of a Spiritual Leader
The Chaplain Corps remains committed to providing the spiritual
leadership required to foster the spiritual fitness of today's soldiers and
10 May 2005