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Mission Command 2.0: From an Individualist to a Collectivist Model

  title={Mission Command 2.0: From an Individualist to a Collectivist Model},
  author={Anthony C. King},
  • A. King
  • Published 2017
  • Political Science
  • Parameters
Leaders understand the importance of training their soldiers for rigorous combat assignments, but frequently misunderstand the importance of engaging in the resilience training activities discussed in this article. R soldiers, cohesive teams, and adaptable leaders serve as the backbone of the human dimensions concept, enabling effective performance in decentralized operations over protracted periods of confl ict.1 While there are many ways to build these capabilities, including tough realistic… Expand
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