- Armed Forces--Morale
- Troop morale
- Psychology, Military
- found: Work cat.: Belkin, A. Homosexuality and the Israel Defense Forces, 2001?: p. 2 (whether Israel's decision to abolish restrictions on gay and lesbian soldiers influenced military performance, readiness, cohesion or morale) p. 9 (military cohesion or morale)
- found: Bowman, A. The morale of the American Revolutionary Army, 1964.
- found: Lomagin, N. Soldiers at war : German propaganda and Soviet Army morale during the Battle of Leningrad, 1941-44, c1998.
- found: Dictionary.com, Feb. 25, 2011 (morale: emotional or mental condition with respect to cheerfulness, confidence, zeal, etc., especially in the face of opposition, hardship, etc.: the morale of the troops)
- found: APA dictionary of psychology, c2007 (morale: the state of mind that affects behavior and performance. The U.S. Army Field Manual on Leadership defines morale as the mental, emotional, and spiritual state of the individual: Essentially, it is how an individual feels)
- found: Mackenzie, S.P. Politics and military morale : current affairs and citizenship education in the British Army, 1914-1950, c1992.
- found: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. A review of the Department of Defense's report on predatory lending practices directed at members of the Armed Forces ... 2009: t.p. (troop morale)
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