Tuesday, January 4, 2011
The headiness and loneliness of command
“I think there are some cases of guys just not recognizing that the behavior that may have been acceptable years before is no longer acceptable,” he said. “It wasn’t right years before — it isn’t right today — but they just can’t figure it out.”
Tougher enforcement isn’t behind the spate of firings, Captain Falardeau said. Instead, he believes they spring from two factors, one of which is the headiness, and loneliness, of command.
From the NAVY TIMES. Full story is HERE.