Accession Number : ADA296681
Title : Navy Combat Leadership for Tomorrow: Where Will We Get Such Men and Woman.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. Dec 93-Jul 95,
Corporate Author : NAVAL DOCTRINE COMMAND NORFOLK VA
Personal Author(s) : Tritten, James J.
PDF Url : ADA296681
Report Date : 10 JUL 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 180
Abstract : Analysis of need for combat leadership doctrine in the U.S. Navy. Review of existing literature with conclusion that current studies do not adequately address depth or breadth of topics that must be considered by Navy to properly address how it will develop combat leaders: (1) Difference between combat and non-combat leadership: (2) variation in leadership requirements by rank and position: (3) Are leadership requirements different in the U.S. Navy from those in any other service?: (4) Does leadership vary according to national and other cultural contexts: (4) Does leadership vary according to National and other cultural contexts: (5) Do leadership skills need to account for different cognitive preferences: and (6) do we need 'charismatic' leaders? The report then goes on to assess the problems of developing combat leaders in an era of a long peace. Specific improvements to existing methods of training combat leaders are then addressed, findings, conclusions, and recommendations include: (1) The need for Navy combat leadership case studies: (2) The need for supporting research: The development of a Navy combat leadership concept paper: (3) and the eventual development of Navy combat leadership doctrine. The fundamental place for combat leadership doctrine is as an integral element of combat power.
Descriptors : *LEADERSHIP, *NAVAL PERSONNEL, WARFARE, COMBAT EFFECTIVENESS, ENVIRONMENTS, ORGANIZATIONS, PEACETIME, SKILLS, TRAINING, MILITARY DOCTRINE, DEPTH, NAVAL OPERATIONS, MANEUVERS, POWER, LEARNING, LEADERSHIP TRAINING.
Subject Categories : Military Forces and Organizations
Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE