Farewell General Richard A. Cody

Bettencourt, Allison
August 2008
Soldiers;Aug2008, Vol. 63 Issue 8, p28
An interview with U.S. Army Vice Chief-of-Staff General Richard A. Cody is presented. He explains his decision to enter West Point during the Vietnam War. He describes how the Vietnam War played a role in shaping the cadet corps. He also discusses the state of the transformation of the Army as well as the quality of leadership the service has been receiving.


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