In this 2ndLook News round table, hosted by 2ndLook’s Founder and Editor-in-Chief, Stacia Wilson, US veterans candidly discuss ethical dilemmas they experienced during their years of military service.
We cover everything from tough decisions they faced when doing the right thing and following the rules conflicted, to the classification of military personnel’s bodies as government property, their thoughts on whistleblowing, PTSD and the lengths soldiers will go to not to lose their right to bear arms, Military Sexual Trauma (MST), the influence of critical theory on combat readiness, the ethics of taking a life, and more.
With a combined total of 59 years of military service between them, this was an eye-opening conversation on the ethical dilemmas faced by real humans who have experienced the inner workings of the largest military power in the world.
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Panelist Twitter Profiles:
Mark Schneider – @subschneider
Shane Hazel – @ShaneTHazel
Kimberly Kolb Eakin – @kimberlyeakin
Note: The views expressed by the guests of this round table are the opinions the guests alone and should not be construed to be the views of 2ndLook News.