South East What is your Military Leadership Style?

Discussion in 'South East Regional Discussion' started by Nillanator, Jun 23, 2001.

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  1. Nillanator Jedi Knight

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    I saw this posted at the Dallas/Ft. Worth forum and thought it would be fun to start here.

    Mine came out to be Douglas MacArthur which is pretty cool since he was born in my home town of Little Rock.

    Leadership Attributes:
    MacArthur was a brilliant and flamboyant general.
  2. Hama Retired GSA, Retired RSA

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    For those of you who have no idea what Nillanator is talking about, click here.

    I resemble Wesley Clark.



    Biography:

    Graduating from West Point at the head of his class, Wes Clark has achieved success throughout his military career. He served in Vietnam; was a key negotiator of the Dayton Peace Accords; and was head of the U.S. European Command. Clark was an Armor Officer who commanded at every level from company to division. As Supreme Allied Commander of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, he led the 19-member alliance to victory in Kosovo ? NATO's longest and most difficult military campaign.

    Leadership Attributes:

    Clark has had a distinguished military career. As Commander-in-Chief, United States Southern Command, Panama, he directed all U.S. forces in Latin America and the Caribbean. As the Director, Strategic Plans and Policy, J5, the Joint Staff, he was the staff officer responsible for U.S. military strategic planning. Clark is also known for considerable diplomatic prowess ? he was chiefly responsible for holding together the 19-member NATO alliance in Kosovo. He was also the lead military negotiator of the Dayton Peace Accords that brought the war in the former Yugoslavia to a halt.


  3. elanrai Jedi Knight

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    Way to go Hama! I nailed the same resemblance in my outcome. Hmmm... [face_devil]
  4. Nillanator Jedi Knight

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    Thanks Hama for putting the link on. I could swear I had it there when I hit the post button...LOL :)
  5. Minacia_Brightstar Jedi Youngling

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    I took the test and got the same result as Hama and elanrai: Wesley Clark.

    I guess great minds think alike. Or, in our case, it might be that strange minds think alike. :p
  6. Lord_Gita Former TFN FanFilms Staff

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  7. mn02 Jedi Knight

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    Ulysses S. Grant: The Man Who Led The Defeat Of The Confederacy (Pretty ironic, huh?)
  8. SeaTrooper Jedi Knight

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    Petty Officer First Class J.W. "Buzz" Ryan
  9. Steja_Palex Jedi Master

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    William C. Westmoreland
    Thanks for the post, Nilla.
  10. MatRags Jedi Master

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    Robert E. Lee, possibly the greatest general in U.S. history (even though he fought for the rebels)
  11. Nillanator Jedi Knight

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    Different types of war demand different Leadership styles.

    Glad to see more people posting to this topic. I knew there had to be some military buffs out there..lol
  12. AxtonTredway Jedi Knight

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    Tsun Tsu: The Art of War

    Axton Tredway
    Vice President, The Fandomenace
  13. AxtonTredway Jedi Knight

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    According to the link: Wesley Clark.....did I do ok?
  14. Nillanator Jedi Knight

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    Well, AxtonTredway, that makes 4 for Wesley Clark so far. He IS the prevalant Leader here it would seem..lol
  15. BrianMan Jedi Knight

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