Commanded 200,000 Iraqi soldiers? This presumably means he was CGS of the Iraqi Army circa 2002...
Just finished reading the Steven Windmill one. I've never heard of the man I'm sure everything he has put out is checkable, if it's true then he is one remarkably clever lad. I take it from some of the comments, Mr Windmill has his detractors within these hallowed walls.
Oh come onI want to take the piss, but he's just too damaged. He needs help.
For this he should be beaten like a lethargic seal.Steven is now a Lieutenant Colonel. Has his time in the TA helped him with his civilian career? Very much so! As an army officer he learned how to project his personality and install confidence; developing those dynamic leadership skills that win battles and underpin hyper-growth businesses. Military (especially TA) officers are by nature more flexible and capable of making effective snap judgements. According to Steven, when in a ‘crisis’, it’s often better to make an immediate decision so that your team has a plan to follow; rather then wait for that ‘perfect’ plan - along with demoralised staff, saying “…any plan is better than no plan…”.