Leading our Soldiers to Fight with Honor

November 2006
Army Magazine;Nov2006, Vol. 56 Issue 11, p58
The article presents first person narratives from U.S. Army officials regarding the command of troops in the midst of the Iraq War and the Afghan War. Jeff VanAntwerp emphasizes leadership by consistent personal example. Keith Kramer practises mentorship and supervision of soldiers. Josh Bookout believes in establishing clear expectations and controlling emotions.


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