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General Robert E. Lee - Brightest Star In The South

Length: 28 pages23 minutes


History is often overlooked for its value in terms of lessons learned. By examining General Robert E. Lee’s distinctive application of operational art and leadership as the commander of the Army of Northern Virginia, we can discern many lessons which are still pertinent to our commanders at the operational level today. From his selection of Lieutenant General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson as one of his corps commanders during his reorganization of the Army of Northern Virginia, his methods to build morale to his strategy and his balancing of Space, Time and Force there are many lessons to be learned.

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