Photo by U.S. Army

Recently, a syndicated Task & Purpose article on Army leadership received some buzz, partly because of its eye-catching title and partly because many agreed with its thesis. The author’s main point is that the Army focuses too narrowly on unimportant details as a way to lead instead of taking in the broader character of the soldier in order to lead him. Under the pseudonym CombatCavScout, the author writes:

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Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Mark Burrell

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on Combat CombatCavScout’s personal blog.

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