Storm Command: A Personal Account Of The Gulf War

Storm Command A Personal Account Of The Gulf War None

  • Title: Storm Command: A Personal Account Of The Gulf War
  • Author: Peter De La Billiere
  • ISBN: 9780006387497
  • Page: 168
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    1. A few years ago there was something of a vogue for applying the theory of war to business management. Yet military high command is increasingly a matter of applying the theory of business management to war.An American colonel in Afghanistan criticised his superiors for making war by 'Power Point,' and was promptly sent home for saying so, but no one contradicted him. Sir Peter’s commentary on the First Iraq War or Gulf War, over a decade before, suggests this trend has been developing for some [...]

    2. I really enjoyed 'looking for trouble' and hoped this would be similar. Whilst it is an interesting perspective ce and account,ultimately I was left feeling slightly disappointedhis autobiography was really inspiring, but I felt this episode focuses a lot on politics and to be honest I feel it gets lost at times in the placatories of generous remarks various leaders are making about each other at certain times. This may be a have, but I still have a great deal of respect for the author and look [...]

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