esprit de corps


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esprit de corps

(French, literally ‘corporate spirit’) feelings of pride, etc, in belonging to a cohesive group, e.g. a military unit.
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We look forward to working with Esprit de Corps on the 3rd annual Commando Challenge Charity game in 2018.
Team Nighthawk's foundations of excellence included varying operational and garrison oriented efforts to support combat operations, increase capabilities, and raise esprit de corps.
The esprit de corps is about the heart and soul of the Soldier and the heart and soul of your formation.
s We would suggest that oral theology is one means of enhancing esprit de corps in a group such as Xirilo.
The Esprit de Corps award was established in 2006 to recognize outstanding service to the NAIC and the demonstration of a spirit of cooperation with its members.
MALDON Road is a close-knit friendly community and, unless action is taken to condemn the recent act of vandalism, this esprit de corps will be lost.
Infusing young enlisted troops with esprit de corps is all well enough, but consistently winning battles demands a whole lot more than high morale.
Fort curieusement pour le lecteur francophone, l'introduction s'ouvre sur une discussion de l'expression francaise reprise par les anglophones : << esprit de corps >>, et l'auteur passe d'emblee a une generalisation courante : 'In the eyes of generations of senior soldiers, esprit de corps was a product of the regimental system' (p.
They are discipline, morale, esprit de corps and efficiency.
Brothers One and All: Esprit de Corps in a Civil War Regiment.
We still have plenty of work to do, but over the last five years, the methodology and esprit de corps among the staff and their can-do attitude is pervasive in the schools.