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Battlefield Leadership

Battlefield Leadership by Lt Gen Harold G. Moore, US Army (Retired) These are some comments, based on my limited experience, on a leader’s: – Preparations for battlefield leadership – My own philosophy on the conduct of a leader in battle Preparations: Could fill a book. Only a few items: Read military history. Read small unit actions. Personality of a big battle is often formed by a small unit action Visit historic battlefields with maps, books in hand. Install the WILL TO WIN in your unit. No 2nd place trophies in trophy cases. Build unit discipline, teamwork. A team of fighters …

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"In thy faint slumbers I by thee have watch'd And heard thee murmur tales of iron wars … " –Shakespeare, Henry IV, Part I This story is about time and memories. The time was 1965, a different kind of year, a watershed year when one era was ending in America and another was beginning. We felt it then, in the many ways our lives changed so suddenly, so dramatically, and looking back on it from a quarter-century gone we are left in no doubt. It was the year America decided to directly intervene in the Byzantine affairs of obscure and …

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