A demanding code of professional ethics requires that US leaders lead by example and share equally all hardships and danger. Yet small-unit leaders are finding it difficult to grasp control of their units and create the cohesive units required to win in ... path that only a little more than one-half of the Armya#39;s first sergeant positions are filled by NCOs in the grade of E-8. The Armya#39;s response has been to offer monetary incentives rather than to question why senior NCOs are pursuinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Cohesion, the human element in combat : leadership and societal influence in the armies of the Soviet Union, the United States, North Vietnam, and Israel|
|Author||:||William Darryl Henderson|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing -|