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CU @ The FOB: How the Forward Operating Base is Ch... Cover Image
Added March 01, 2006
CU @ The FOB: How the Forward Operating Base is Changing the Life of Combat Soldiers. Authored by Dr. Leonard Wong, Dr. Stephen J. Gerras.
The situation in post-war Iraq is producing combat veterans accustomed to a perspective of combat that differs greatly from past wars. The authors explore the facets of fighting from the FOB.
Developing Adaptive Leaders: The Crucible Experien... Cover Image
Added July 01, 2004
Developing Adaptive Leaders: The Crucible Experience of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Authored by Dr. Leonard Wong.
Within the complex environment of postwar Iraq, junior officers are being developed into creative, innovative, and independent leaders. This unique leader development opportunity is a result of the ambiguous, complex, and unpredictable environment of postwar Iraq.
Strategic Leadership Competencies... Cover Image
Added September 01, 2003
Strategic Leadership Competencies. Authored by Dr. Leonard Wong, Dr. Stephen J. Gerras, COL William Kidd, COL Robert Pricone, COL Richard Swengros.
The strategic leadership literature is replete with long lists of the knowledge, skills, and abilities. Looking across the literature on strategic leadership, current Army strategic leader competencies, and the future environment, six meta-competencies can be derived: identity, mental agility, cross-cultural savvy, interpersonal maturity, world-class warrior, and professional astuteness.
Why They Fight: Combat Motivation in the Iraq War... Cover Image
Added July 01, 2003
Why They Fight: Combat Motivation in the Iraq War. Authored by Dr. Leonard Wong, COL Thomas A. Kolditz, LTC Raymond A. Millen, COL Terrence M. Potter.
Today's U.S. soldiers, much like soldiers of the past, fight for each other. Researchers also found that soldiers cited ideological reasons such as liberation, freedom, and democracy as important factors in combat motivation.
Stifled Innovation? Developing Tomorrow's Leaders ... Cover Image
Added April 01, 2002
Stifled Innovation? Developing Tomorrow's Leaders Today. Authored by Dr. Leonard Wong.
The author examines the current company commander experience and concludes that the Army values innovation in its rhetoric, but the reality is that junior officers are seldom given opportunities to be innovative in planning training; to make decisions; or to fail, learn, and try again.
Generations Apart: Xers and Boomers in the Officer... Cover Image
Added October 01, 2000
Generations Apart: Xers and Boomers in the Officer Corps. Authored by Dr. Leonard Wong.
The author points out that Generation X officers are more confident in their abilities, perceive loyalty differently, want more balance between work and family, and are not intimidated by rank.