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Torture: A Matter of Leadership Ethics

It’s important for all leaders to have a strong sense of leadership ethics.  The Vietnam War  tested mine early on in my leadership career, in a high-stakes environment. I was a prisoner-of-war interrogator during the war.  In fact, I was an Army Military Intelligence officer leading a unit of 12 interrogators and documents examiners, and […]


America and Its Military: The Great Divide

We’re in an election year now, and the Presidential candidates are talking, as leaders should, about what they would do as Commander-in-Chief if elected.  Some of them advocate carpet bombing.  Others advocate “enhanced interrogation techniques” (something I have a personal insight into), such as waterboarding.  Iraq War veteran Matt Gallagher got my attention in this […]