Leadership / Mentorship

Leadership Moment — 4 Apr 22

Watch’em grow.

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My wife and I just returned from a terrific trip to New England. I taught at West Point (the United States Military Academy) twenty years ago. While I was there, I mentored several cadets. One of those cadets did his active-duty time and then transitioned to the National Guard. This weekend he took command of a battalion 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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