Category Archives: Leadership

The Boone and Crockett Club & Sportsmanship

By | January 7, 2020

[January 7, 2020]  Never heard of them?  Me either.  The reason that I’m highlighting them today is due to their philosophy of good sportsmanship.  Specifically, they advocate for fair chase hunting in support of habitat conservation.1  The club was founded in 1887 by Theodore Roosevelt; before his Rough Rider days or before becoming President of the U.S.2 The… Read More »

Teaching of Virtue

By | January 2, 2020

[January 2, 2020]  “It’s more than checking the box.”  And so it began, my cohort of new general officers was beginning their journey of senior leadership with a fundamental truth.  Only by learning to be courageous can we truly be genuine leaders of those on the battlefield.  It is, therefore, our sacred duty to be involved in the… Read More »

Hero:  Jack Wilson

By | January 1, 2020

[January 1, 2020]  Welcome to the New Year 2020, where we will surely see an increase in violence, crime, drug use, and yet great hope.  I say “great hope” because there are men like Jack Wilson who gives us hope that there are good people who will adopt responsibility and do what is right, at the right time… Read More »

Profile: Don Imus

By | December 30, 2019

[December 30, 2019]  Many across the nation were saddened to hear about the death last week of Don Imus; radio shock-jock, family man, comedian, and philanthropist.  He was controversial, and when the next dictionary update is published, his photo might be part of the definition of “provocateur.”  Ending the year 2019 on this profile is an honor for… Read More »