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|Praise worthy achievement. Spur them to action. Understand when life becomes |
busy - but hold them accountable when you need to. ... "A general is just as good
or just as bad as the troops under his command make him." General of the Army ...
2000 - 256 pages
|I am grateful to the American men-at-arms who were my comrades in the vital |
exploits involved. A general is just as good or just as bad as the troops under his
command make him. Mine were great! Something of the luster of this citation
|James Bach A general is just as good or just as bad as the troops under his |
command make him. — Douglas MacArthur, Speech, August 1 6, 1 962 Gerald
Weinberg, author of the first book acknowledging that software developers are
David Ryan, John Dumbrell - 2007 - 256 pages
|Like the Vietnamese, the Iraqis, according to Sassaman and the troops under his |
command, understood only the ... Later, the soldiers claimed they had watched to
make sure the men were OK – defined as 'doing good treading water', before ...
|H. E. in Council very highly appreciates the services rendered by Sir Hugh Rose |
and the troops under his command, ... pacifying the provinces, riot only of Central
India, but of the N.W. Govt ; and the Gov. gen. in Council cordially thanks Maj.
gen. ... they would make for Oude,and cross the Jumna at the Sheer Ghat, or the
ford to the west of it, near Juggur- manpore. ... Robertson, with good judgment,
took up a position with the pursuing column, which enabled him not to be the
dupe of a ...
|Having only a few regular troops under his command, he endeavored to induce |
the Canadians and Indians to ... General Schuyler overtook him at Cape la Motte
; whence they moved on to Isle aux Noix. ... Soon after this event, an extreme bad
state of health induced general Schuyler to retire to Ticonderoga, and the
command devolved on general Montgomery. ... The governor's party was
suffered to come near the shore, but was then fired upon with such effect as to
make them retire, ...
|Bad. generals are dangerous. They make poor decisions, give in to their egos, |
harass subordinates, waste resources, and worst of all, get people killed. ... Every
general on this list of failed in some significant way that hurt the country and the
troops under his command. ... He was such a tyrannical disciplinarian that, early
in his career, his men tried to kill him. During the Civil War, Bragg was one of only
eight full generals in the Confederacy, so he had a lot of responsibility.
|A large quantity ot foreign grain had been received and placed under lock. ... The |
duke of Wellington, it was said, bad held conferences with the principal capitalists
for the purpose ol engaging the ... The visit of gen. Lafayette to his grand
daughter, tiear Lyons, which caused him necessarily to traverse several ... The
triumphal progcess of Lafayette was only second to that made in the United
|Here M. de Vandreuil, the British lost about 1000 men, it was | lieutenant-general |
and governor of the pro- thought ... 'he ordered colonel Haviland, May before they
could bring a battery to < with the troops under his command, to march bear. This
gave the garrison time to make j from Crown Point, and take possession of a the
best preparation they could for a defence. ... land bad just arrived on the south
side of the retreat, immediately directed a pursuit; but I river opposite to Montreal.
|Marshal Soult, having under his orders the three brigade* of light cavalry of |
Lasalle's division, covers the small river Orcye, ... Mar- shal Ney, marshal prince
Ponto Corvo, and marshal Bessieres, have their troops cantoned on the left. ...
have been incessant for two days ; but it thaws again, and the roads, which
promised to become better, are as bad as ever. ... His Majesty has appointed
general Lariboissiere, general of division, and gave him the command of the
artillery of his guard.