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Ethics of World War II Military Personnel

The ethics of Japanese pilots willing to partake in suicide missions stemmed from the pride of the Japanese culture and its refusal to admit defeat. The training in pilot school also played a role in forming the ethics of country before life in these men. When the suicide attacks are outlined for the men, Inoguchi remarks that it was not unique and had been used before. Such a strategy was even urged by the pilots themselves. Inoguchi (1994) provides some justification for what appears to be a violation of the rights of the pilot...

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