Passion of Command: The Moral Imperative of Leadership

AA-ISP member since 2015

Visit Website Nominate For A 2017 Award

About Passion of Command: The Moral Imperative of Leadership

Author royalties go to Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund. Active-duty Marine Colonel B. P. McCoy expertly relays his innermost thoughts and feelings, drawing on his mastery of personal leadership. He understands the intangibles that make up our modern-day warriors, those young Americans on whom we place so much responsibility when we send them into harm's way. Col McCoy describes the total cost of combat and the price paid by all who choose to become a warrior. By pointing to positive training examples and keying on the effects of situational training, battle drills, conducted prior to and during combat, he successfully trained his Marines and developed the proper habits that would be the difference between life and death during combat. He directed his Marines to become "experts in the application of violence" without sacrificing their humanity. The essence of war is violence and the act of killing legitimate human targets without hesitation. To accomplish this, he instituted meaningful training and used his refined principles as a human being to guide him in the leadership and administration on the moral code that rules the field of battle. He is the perfect example of all that we hold dear in our warrior culture. He loved his men, showed them the right way through his personal example, guided his actions with passion and relayed his feelings to his men completely. He was quick to note his own shortcomings and how he overcame them and was the inspiration to the team that triumphed when all Marines survived the day. Emotionally riveting, The Passion of Command provides inside information into the warrior culture and allows one to grasp the complexities when hardening the mind, body and spirit for the rigors of combat. Most find it hard to communicate the human effects of combat to people who have never experienced the harsh realities associated with actually engaging an enemy. Col McCoy doesn't have that problem; he opened the door and let the reader in.

ISBN-13: 978-0940328372 ISBN-10: 0940328372

Customer Feedback

No reviews yet - be the first to provide feedback!

Leave Your Feedback

Your comments are appreciated and help serve the Inside Sales community. In order to ensure the integrity of the system, please follow our Posting Guidlines.
The AA-ISP reserves the right to remove any comments that do not comply.

Feedback

Have you worked with this company? Leave your feedback.

Contact

Passion of Command: The Moral Imperative of Leadership
Visit Website

Facts