Category: "Leadership"

What Military Personnel Should Know About Ben Ghazi

Colonel Phil "Hands" Handley is credited with the highest speed air-to-air gun kill in the history of aerial combat. He flew operationally for all but 11 months of a 26-year career, in aircraft such as the F-86 Sabre, F-15 Eagle, and the C-130A Hercules.

Additionally, he flew 275 combat missions during two tours in Southeast Asia in the F- 4D and F-4E. His awards include 21 Air Medals, 3 Distinguished Flying Crosses, and the Silver Star.

Here is what Col. Handley wrote in response to Panetta and Dempsey's claims there was no time to send help to Benghazi.

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Jerry Boykin to Chuck Hagel - Tell the Truth NOW!

Link: http://cnsnews.com/commentary/lt-gen-ret-jerry-boykin/former-special-forces-commander-hagel-don-t-wait-book-deal-tell

Public statements made today by President Obama and Secretary Hagel regarding the state of our military do not reflect reality. Once Secretary Hagel leaves his position, he should speak out about the impact of the President's policies on military readiness as well as his feckless foreign policy. It would be wrong to wait, like his predecessors, until a book deal comes along.

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How Good Measures, In Isolation, Can Be Bad

How Good Measures, In Isolation, Can Be Bad

By: Stacey Barr the Performance Measure Specialist

Call centres and technical support and help desk managers love to measure their staff. The belief is that when they can measure someone, they will have more control over the performance of the person or the work. But the control is an illusion...

Recently I was travelling for work, and tried to use my broadband wifi dongle with my Windows Surface. It just wouldn't work, so I contacted my provider for some help, using their online chat service. (I used my mobile phone as a hotspot for internet access, just in case you're wondering how I did this without the dongle working).

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Top Eight Networking Rules

You know the type. The people with obnoxious laughs, pushy pitches, and the ability to corner you at industry conferences and talk about themselves continuously for what seems like hours? The ones who clearly mean well, but their lack of etiquette can make you wish you hadn't even gone?

Here's a friendly suggestion: Don't be that person.

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Ronald Reagan First Acceptance Speach

This speach was given 17 July 1980.

Mr. Chairman, Mr. Vice President to be, this convention, my fellow citizens of this great nation:

With a deep awareness of the responsibility conferred by your trust, I accept your nomination for the presidency of the United States. I do so with deep gratitude, and I think also I might interject on behalf of all of us, our thanks to Detroit and the people of Michigan and to this city for the warm hospitality they have shown. And I thank you for your wholehearted response to my recommendation in regard to George Bush as a candidate for vice president.

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