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Link – Five Reflections on Building a Mission Command Culture – Part 2

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Mission command is more than just the British and US Armys’ philosophy of command – it’s more or less the NATO philosophy of command. It’s founded on the clear expression of intent by commanders, and the freedom of subordinates to act to achieve that intent.

This post, from our friends at The Army Leader, is the second half of an article providing useful reflections on building a mission command culture. A must read for any Junior Leader looking to understand how Mission Command manifests itself.

 

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