By Dandridge M. Malone
Required examining for all current and destiny leaders, this vintage is should you need to "get the activity done"--military or now not.
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He knew his shit, mechanically. Maybe he was an M-60 specialist. I didn't know. The guy knew the weapon, though. I got that information from him, and after that, I developed a reputation very, very fast. The guys started getting confidence in me. Then came the day when Stan and “The Pig,” put together into a single thing by training and a leader's interest, fought in the rice-paddy country of Vietnam: That day, as I remember, we started going real, real slow. ” The APC stopped and we jumped off and got down beside the tanks.
He was good. “Sir Charlie,” that was what we called him. And he also speaks of the buddies with whom he fought, and how, at small-unit level, these men all blend together into a single cohesive thing: We respected Charlie. And we had some self-respect, too. Half the guys didn't want to be there in the first place; the other half didn't know what the hell was going on. But since we were all there, we didn't just want to give up the ghost, man. It got to be a challenge. Not a gung ho type of thing, but it got to the point that if they wanted to try and kick our ass, we'd deal with it.
We were cussing them out, all of us, because it was mostly brothers that got it that day, guys we knew. ” Throughout the war, no matter how you got out, even if you got a leg blown off you, you got out alive. Your time was up. But it was the way you got out that was the significance. That was what the American people didn't realize, how tough it was. To be hit and have his arm torn off, that was like somebody giving him two hundred thousand dollars. That was how much his life was worth. His arm.
Small Unit Leadership: A Commonsense Approach by Dandridge M. Malone