What historical military Leader are you most like?




 
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Boots
 
February 26th, 2004  
I.Y.A.A.Y.A.S
 

Topic: What historical military Leader are you most like?


What is your leadership style?

Great military leaders have different leadership styles. Some of the most celebrated generals, like George S. Patton, were flamboyant and daring. Others, like the Duke of Wellington, were reserved and cautious in battle.

There is a shoet test on military.com that tests your decision making skills and compares you to other military leaders. The only drawback is you have to become a member to take the test....

the exact url is:

http://images.military.com/ResourceC...ile=lpm_fd.htm
February 26th, 2004  
Tessa
 
 
I was George S. Patton.. Now, Is that seen good or bad?
February 26th, 2004  
I.Y.A.A.Y.A.S
 
it said that i am most like Dwight Eisenhower
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Boots
February 26th, 2004  
GuyontheRight
 
George Washington
February 26th, 2004  
Redneck
 
 
Same here. Of course, that's with answering every question by the book and not how I would WANT to do it.


And why the heck do they have Wesley Clark in there? As an example of being promoted beyond your abilities or just deserts and then getting fired for not doing your job?
February 26th, 2004  
SHERMAN
 
 

Topic: John Paul Jones


John Paul Jones....dont know much about him...
February 26th, 2004  
I.Y.A.A.Y.A.S
 
I don't remember why they have wesley clark but i think it was because he was a negotiator of the Dayton Peace Accords. and he was the Supreme Allied Commander of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, he led the 19-member alliance to victory in Kosovo.

here is the summary of his leadership attributes

Clark has had a distinguished military career. As Commander-in-Chief, United States Southern Command, Panama, he directed all U.S. forces in Latin America and the Caribbean. As the Director, Strategic Plans and Policy, J5, the Joint Staff, he was the staff officer responsible for U.S. military strategic planning. Clark is also known for considerable diplomatic prowess he was chiefly responsible for holding together the 19-member NATO alliance in Kosovo. He was also the lead military negotiator of the Dayton Peace Accords that brought the war in the former Yugoslavia to a halt.
February 26th, 2004  
SHERMAN
 
 

Topic: LOL


I did the "World Leader" thing 2...David Ben-Gurion.
February 26th, 2004  
I.Y.A.A.Y.A.S
 
They also have a special ops game



http://images.military.com/Games/0,1...1_main,00.html



February 27th, 2004  
diplomatic_means
 
I got Teddy Roosevelt for military leader and Ulysses S Grant fro world leader. what choices do you have to make to get Patton? I tried to make the decisions I thought he would make but just couldn't quite get it.