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‘Fire the generals’ — Who is to blame for the Marine Corps’ deadliest training accident in decades
'The solution is to fire the generals.'
Mattis explains what every leader should know about leading troops into combat
“They really don't care that you read Von Clausewitz or some other dead German."
Medal of Honor recipient Clint Romesha on why soldiers go to war
Romesha didn’t earn the Medal of Honor by being a hero. He earned it by getting the job done.
6 smart habits of the US military’s most successful commanders
We need a few good men and women with leadership experience — and what better leadership school than the U.S. military?
Navy one-stars take more risks while Marines value discipline, study finds
A new RAND Corp. study offers a report card for each of the U.S. military's systems to create generals and admirals that could shape the Pentagon's future approach to building joint-force leaders
At West Point, they swore an oath to serve the public interest. As high public officials, they’ve forsaken it
"Shouldn't West Pointers be expected to be something more — models of rectitude who occupy higher moral ground than the average, garden-variety politician?"
COVID-19 and the loneliness of American heroism
"I now stand in the shoes of those who tried to thank me when I came home. I profusely thank the checkout clerk, the pharmacy technician, the nurses and doctors I know. But in my heart, I wonder if each time I try to express my gratitude, I’m only creating a moment for them to remember that while I am relatively safe from harm, and they are risking their lives and livelihoods, so that I can have a bowl of cereal in the morning"
Stop waiting for a COVID-19 action hero to save you
"Our times call for us to stop relying upon our history’s greatest hits, the same old battle-weary warriors who are only good anymore for a quick fix of patriotic nostalgia: The most underrated part of leadership is good management"
‘I wanted to prove them wrong’ — How the first enlisted female Guard soldier to graduate Ranger School got it done
"You 100 percent don't get through Ranger School on your own"
Meet the 1-star general using Twitter to hear what you actually think about the Army
More of this, please.
7 rules for how military leaders should use social media
What happens on social matters, shaping everything from the outcomes of battles and even the health of nations
An Army 4-star general says military leaders need to get on social media and start interacting with all those darn kids
Gen. Robert B. Abrams writes that "being engaged on social media is becoming more of an imperative by the day," before listing 10 reasons why others need to get on board.
This former Ranger was just nominated to be the next Secretary of the Army
"He deeply loves the Army," Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates said.
10 things you didn’t know about Mattis from his new memoir ‘Call Sign Chaos’
The book, styled as a three-part course in leadership tracing Mattis' 40-year career from Marine infantryman to head of U.S. Central Command, delivers plenty of anecdotes and reflections that will satisfy admirers of the legendary general
‘We are a people organization’ — Army leaders push renewed focus on soldiers amid rise in sexual assaults and suicides
After months of focusing on modernization priorities, Army leadership plans to tackle persisting personnel issues in the coming years.
Toxic leadership at the top
Unfortunately, our commander-in-chief, President Donald Trump, exhibits the qualities of a toxic leader
‘If it’s not easy, make it easy:’ US Army leadership in Korea is sick of the bureaucratic BS
These dudes are not abiding.
With Shanahan’s departure, it’s the Army’s world — and we’re just living in it
The offices of the Joint Chiefs and Secretary of Defense are about to be filled by the Army
McRaven reveals his biggest fear during the planning of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden
During an interview to promote his latest book, Sea Stories: My Life in Special Operations, PBS reporter Judy Woodruff asked Adm. Bill McRaven what his greatest fear was in the raid on bin Laden's compound
The Army will integrate female officers into five more combat units this year
"To date, the Army has successfully accessed and transferred more than 1,000 women into the previously closed occupations of infantry, armor, and field artillery."