Ep. 72 – The Twenty-First-Century General

March 06, 2019 00:32:52
Ep. 72 – The Twenty-First-Century General
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Ep. 72 – The Twenty-First-Century General
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Show Notes

This episode of the MWI Podcast features a conversation with Dr. Anthony King, author of the book Command: The Twenty-First-Century General. He explains how the way in which military leaders exercise command is now remarkably different from the way they did so in the last century.

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