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Company Command: The Bottom Line By John G. Meyer Jr.,

  • Title: Company Command: The Bottom Line
  • Author: John G. Meyer Jr.
  • ISBN: 9780788121531
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Dutch Uncle approach to advising those who assume first command Written by an Army officer primarily for Army company commanders, the book contains information, suggestions, insights applicable to other services A ready reference for the company commander Identifies tasks to complete how to set new directions for the company inspires confidence to commandA Dutch Uncle approach to advising those who assume first command Written by an Army officer primarily for Army company commanders, the book contains information, suggestions, insights applicable to other services A ready reference for the company commander Identifies tasks to complete how to set new directions for the company inspires confidence to command with authority Includes chapters on military justice administrative law matters Comprehensive dos donts of a winning command philosophy.
    Company Command The Bottom Line A Dutch Uncle approach to advising those who assume first command Written by an Army officer primarily for Army company commanders the book contains information suggestions insights applicable to o

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    1. A practical and well organized primer that I would recommend to anyone preparing to take up leadership of any organization, military or otherwise I was a company commander in the Marine Corps, and although this author was in the Army and writes from that perspective, most of what he says applies in both places, and a fair amount of it carries over to civilian administration and leadership as well It boils down to a combination of being organized and proactive, staying focused on your mission, an [...]

    2. A pretty good resource if you are assuming company command I was direct commissioned from First Sergeant, but I still learned some good TTPs from this work when my turn came for command Never despise any sound advice, whatever the source Nobody is Iron Mike.

    3. Good read in preparation for command Recommend before taking command Old book with out dated references to old Army systems, but still very applicable and relevant.

    4. A good portion of the information is out of date, but the common sense principles still apply A quick read and a great reference book I d still use CSM Google for all technical and regulation reference but this book is a great starting point for general knowledge.

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