Lenny Wong

Professor of Military Strategy at the US War College

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Research Professor of Military Strategy at the US Army War College; 20-year veteran of the US Army, in positions including teaching leadership at West Point, serving as an analyst in the Office of the Chief of Staff of the Army, and also in the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel

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This spring, the Armed Forces Journal published an article called " A Failure in Generalship ."  Lt. Col.

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This spring, the Armed Forces Journal published an article called " A Failure in Generalship ."  Lt. Col.

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