This volume is a collection of essays on the philosophy of battalion command by eight former battalion commanders representing a cross-section of experience--by branch, geographical location, function, and divisional affiliation. A range of management styles is also reflected. A chapter is also included by a former commander's wife. This volume does not reflect Army doctrine or even a concensus view on any of the issues discussed. It is designed to provide the prospective battalion commander with a variety of views on how to approach the problems of command--in short, a resource book. (Author).His leadership provided an inspiration to many soldiers who were otherwise reluctant to attend the school because of airborne pride. My attendance aided in my objective to get a lot of my soldiers trained in air assault tactics as soon asanbsp;...
|Title||:||Battalion Commanders Speak Out|
|Author||:||John H. Moellering|