Thursday, February 18, 2021

Is this good leadership, bias against single soldiers, development of an "unfit" warrior culture or none-of-the-above?


Is this good leadership?  What about the single soldier that is having to bear the additional load while these family men/women are at home doing their thing? Is this the warrior culture we want or is it an aberration that should be fully thought thru?

Seems to me like this is the same issue that people face on the job in or out of uniform.  So why are they pushing so hard in the military now?  Long hours are expected if you want to rise in corporate America, why is it different in the military?

I just don't know.

What I do know is that at one time people talked about the sacrifices they made to "make it".  What happens to a society/culture/military when success is available without it?


What's your thoughts?  I'm of really no opinion on this.  Either way is good with me but I can see the pitfalls BOTH WAYS! 

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