Breaking the command barrier

Andrews, John S.
February 2000
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Feb2000, Vol. 126 Issue 2, p70
Conference Proceeding
Focuses on anomalous promotion practices in the United States Navy as of February 2000. Assignment to a support squadron as having a stagnating effect on military promotion; Selection of air-wing commanders; Attainment of flag rank for those serving on carrier-based communities; Absence of leadership opportunities at high levels as a potential quality detractor for an air wing.


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