eBook Steel My Soldiers' Hearts: The Hopeless to Hardcore Transformation of the U.S. Army, 4th Battalion, 39th Infantry, Vietnam download
by Eilhys England,David H. Hackworth
Author: Eilhys England,David H. Hackworth
Publisher: Rugged Land; 1 edition (May 1, 2002)
ePub: 1671 kb
Fb2: 1833 kb
Other formats: lit docx txt mbr
Subcategory: Leaders and Notable People
FREE shipping on qualifying offers.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. In January 1969, one of the most promising young lieutenant colonels the US Army had ever seen touched down in Vietnam for his second tour of duty. Steel My Soldier's Hearts" is a manual in the traits of personal leadership for all organizations - how to make them better and allow contributions from all people - of all capabilities and at every level. Hack was an officer who bent people to his will - fierce determination to succeed and to complete the mission - and to take care of his troops.
Steel My Soldiers' Hearts book. Hackworth’s story begins with him taking command over the 4th Battalion 39th Infantry Regiment, which is assessed by its command to be completely ineffective. Hackworth finds the units base set up in a minefield producing new casualties every day. As the former commander apparently did not show much leadership the rest of the book depicts the author’s measures to reinstate discipline, select leaders able to fight and to introduce new tactics to make the unit more effective and reduce casualties.
Смешные испуги людей и животных (Посмейся, только не лопни) - Продолжительность: 8:11 RiBriS Recommended for you.
Hackworth, David H, Colonel. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on March 2, 2012. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).
With Steel My Soldiers' Hearts, Hackworth places the brotherhood of the 4/39th into the pantheon of our nation's most . Eilhys England produces feature films and writes with her partner and husband, David Hackworth. They live in Connecticut and Australia.
With Steel My Soldiers' Hearts, Hackworth places the brotherhood of the 4/39th into the pantheon of our nation's most heroic warriors. Format Paperback 464 pages.
With Steel My Soldiers' Hearts, Hackworth places the brotherhood of the 4/39th into the pantheon of our . Combine this with We Were Soldiers Once and Young and Heart of a Soldier and you have a set of books that intersect which I was not expecting. I actually brought these three books on a trip not expecting them to have so much in comomon. Hackworth is a great author and this along with About Face is an excellent book.
Drawing on interviews with Vietnam War soldiers from the Hardcore Battalion conducted over the past decade, this national bestseller takes readers along on their sniper missions, ambush actions, helicopter strikes, and inside the quagmire of command politics. 49 people like this topic.
Poorly led (the previous commander had based the battalion in the middle of a mine field), with frightfully high casualties (40 percent during the six months prior to Hackworth's arrival), and fighting in the most dangerous of terrain, the 4/39th was a dispirited and demoralized group when Hackworth assumed command in January, 1969.
In January 1969, one of the most promising young lieutenant colonels the US Army had ever seen touched down in Vietnam for his second tour of duty, which would turn out to be his most daring and legendary.
Hardback David Baldacci Books.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Steel My Soliders' Hearts: The Hopeless to Hardcore Transformation of A . 1). £2. 3 New. -- Used. Hardback David Baldacci Books.