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Army Officer S Guide

Author : Robert J. Dalessandro
ISBN : 0811714543
Genre : History
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For more than eighty years, this book has been the bible for U.S. Army officers. Condensed from Army regulations--and the customs and traditions of the service--this new edition provides the most up-to-date soldier information and frank advice on a variety of issues relating to service life. Practical advice on Army leadership and command Fully updated with the latest information for officers of all ranks, branches, and components Covers uniforms and insignia, duties and responsibilities, privileges and restrictions, courtesy and customs, posts and organizations, regulations and references, and more 16-page color insert of medals and badges Published by Stackpole Books and its corporate predecessors for more than eighty years

Army Officer S Guide 52nd Edition

Author : Col. Robert J. Dalessandro USA (Ret.)
ISBN : 9780811711883
Genre : History
File Size : 83. 52 MB
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Practical advice on Army leadership and command. Fully updated with the latest information for officers of all ranks, branches, and components. Covers uniforms and insignia, duties and responsibilities, privileges and restrictions, courtesy and customs, posts and organizations, regulations and references. Includes full-color reference of medals and badges.

Army Officer S Guide

Author : Robert J. Dalessandro
ISBN : 9780811746670
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*Leadership and officership*Rights, privileges, and restrictions*Assignments, pay, career development, and promotions*Uniforms, awards, and decorations*Family matters and the social side of Army life: Published by Stackpole and its corporate predecessors for more than seventy-five years, this book is the bible for U.S. Army officers. Condensed from Army regulations--and the customs and traditions of the service--the guide provides the latest soldier information and frank advice on a variety of issues relating to service life. Also included is a directory of current Army web sites and installations worldwide.

Air Force Officer S Guide

Author : Stephen E. Wright
ISBN : 9780811760157
Genre : Reference
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Air Force officers of all ranks, from cadets to generals, both active duty and reserves, will find this revised edition essential reading for a successful career.

The Late 19th Century U S Army 1865 1898

Author : Joseph G. Dawson
ISBN : 0313261466
Genre : History
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A strong addition to the existing military history reference literature and to its series. . . . Dawson's research guide is more useful than a standard bibliography, and much more thorough for the time period covered than other] sources. . . . Dawson builds his guide around more than 1,100 bibliographic entries, many of which have brief, descriptive annotations. The citations, arranged topically in eight chapters, are drawn from books, periodicals, and dissertations. A ninth chapter covers pertinent government documents and manuscript collections. Author and subject indexes and four useful appendixes are included. There is a fine introductory essay: the preface lists and briefly describes 50 top secondary sources selected from the larger body of literature. These features truly enhance the bibliographic core of the book and make it a guide useful to general readers, upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars. "Choice" The period between the Civil War and the end of the nineteenth century was a time of hard choices for the U.S. Army and those who led it. The federal government thrust numerous responsibilities upon the military, including pacifying the Indians, patrolling the defeated Confederacy, suppressing striking laborers, and supervising national parks. This comprehensive bibliography focuses on this period of military history, cataloging, surveying, and appraising the substantial body of contemporary and historical literature that traces the evolution of the U.S. Army from 1865 to 1898. As the largest single-volume reference work of its type, the book covers all major aspects of Army activities, and contains annotations on 80 percent of its entries. Following a series foreword by Roger J. Spiller and a brief introduction, the volume begins with an extensive survey of government documents and manuscript collections. Included here is a wide variety of U.S. government publications pertaining to the Army, many from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Subsequent chapters group sources under bibliographic topics, such as general secondary works, fiction, and memoirs and contemporary accounts, as well as under subjects that refer to the Army's activities. These include the Army and Reconstruction, the Indian-fighting Army, forts and post life, the late 19th century Army, and coastal defense. A series of appendixes provides a period chronology, list commanding generals and secretaries of war, and chart army strength. A set of author and subject indexes conclude the work. The Late 19th Century U.S. Army will be an important addition to the collections of public and academic libraries, and a useful resource tool for courses in U.S. history and military history.

The Front Line Leader

Author : Chris Van Gorder
ISBN : 9781118933367
Genre : Business & Economics
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Real leadership that leads to high engagement, higher performance, and a culture of accountability As president and CEO of Scripps Health, one of America's most prestigious health systems, Chris Van Gorder presided over a dramatic turnaround, catapulting Scripps from near bankruptcy to a dominant market position. While hospitals and health systems nationwide have laid people off or are closing their doors, Scripps is financially healthy, has added thousands of employees (even with a no-layoff philosophy), and has developed a reputation as a top employer. What are the secrets to this remarkable story? In The Front-Line Leader, Chris Van Gorder candidly shares his own incredible story, from police officer to CEO, and the leadership philosophy that drives all of his decisions and actions: people come first. Van Gorder began his unlikely career as a California police officer, which deeply instilled in him a sense of social responsibility, honesty, and public service. After being injured on the job and taking an early retirement, Van Gorder had to reinvent himself, taking a job as a hospital security director, a job that would change his life. Through hard work and determination, he rose to executive ranks, eventually becoming CEO of Scripps. But he never forgot his own roots and powerful work ethic, or the time when he was a security officer and a CEO would not make eye contact with him. Van Gorder leads from the front lines, making it a priority to know his employees and customers at every level. His values learned on the force—protecting the community, educating citizens, developing caring relationships, and ultimately doing the right thing—shape his approach to business. As much as companies talk about accountability, managers seldom understand what practical steps to take to achieve an ethic of service that makes accountability meaningful. The Front-Line Leader outlines specific tactics and steps anyone can use starting today to take responsibility, inspire others, and achieve breakout results for their organizations. Van Gorder reveals how a no-layoff philosophy led to higher accountability, how his own attention to seemingly minor details spurred larger change, and how his own high standards for himself and his team improved morale and productivity. From general strategy to the tiny, everyday steps leaders can take to create the kind of culture and accountability that translates into major competitive advantage, The Front-Line Leader charts a path to better leadership and a more engaged, higher-performing organization.

Another Kind Of Justice

Author : Chris Madsen
ISBN : 0774807199
Genre : History
File Size : 50. 25 MB
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Another Kind of Justice is the first historical survey ofCanadian military law, providing insights into military justice inCanada, the purpose of military law, and the level of legalprofessionalism within the Canadian military. After delving intothe British roots of Canadian military law, ChrisMadsen brings his discussion up to date with analysis of recentsexual discrimination cases and the Somalia inquiry. He explains howthe law has served a strictly functional purpose in maintainingdiscipline, and demonstrates how it claims its legitimacy and distinctstatus in relation to civil law.

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