Leadership / Parenting / Grief

Leadership Moment — 9 Apr 22

Asking why doesn’t always help.

Maize & Blue Nation, CC BY 2.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0>, via Wikimedia Commons

My son loves The Ohio State University Buckeyes football team. He can name nearly every Buckeye player in the NFL as well as most of the starters on the current team. It’s where he wants to play football someday.

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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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