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Gulf War
A discussion of the evolution of the leadership style and qualities of General Norman Schwarzkopf.
# 19163 | 1,125 words | 3 sources | 1992 | US


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"In the fall of 1990 the United States, in conjunction with a number of other nations, including several Middle Eastern states, launched an offensive against Iraq and its leader, Saddam Hussein. The assault was a response to the Iraqi invasion of neighboring Kuwait. This offensive was the first direct involvement of American troops in the Middle East since World War II. The war was over within the prescribed 100 hours, with a military victory declared by the United States and its allies. The stated goal of removing Iraqi forces from Kuwait had been achieved, and much of the credit was given to the commander of the Middle East operation, General H. Norman Schwarzkopf. This is an analysis the leadership exercised by General Schwarzkopf, its origins, how he wielded his power, and the leadership style that infuses his command. Schwarzkopf demonstrates the important..."

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