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Leadership Moment — 22 Jun 22

Inconvenience and distraction can be necessary evils.

Photo courtesy of U.S. Army

“Great news,” I said, my voice dripping with sarcasm, “the CG [Commanding General] is coming to visit. Time for the old dog-and-pony show.”

I was a lieutenant in Germany and we’d been told the big cheese was coming in…

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Retired Army officer with two tours in Baghdad, taught at West Point, married with four kids. Proud West Virginian and West Point grad. Amazon pubs.

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Mark McMillion

Mark McMillion

Retired Army officer with two tours in Baghdad, taught at West Point, married with four kids. Proud West Virginian and West Point grad. Amazon pubs.

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