by Ballantine Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||311|
This book is a cheat sheet to success as a company commander; all the things it describes in here are what I’ve already seen i my own company commander or wish he had implemented/5(22). Charles MacDonald's "Company Commander" is one of the classic books of WW2. MacDonald's wartime memoirs were originally published in , so his recollections were still fresh, and it does read better than most of the WW2 vet's stories writ 40 or more years after the ald was a 19 year old OCS graduate Captain when he took over a Infantry company in /5(5). Company command is the first time officers start writing their own commander’s intent to communicate the “why” of the mission to their leaders and Soldiers. This book brings home the importance of making sure the team understands and shares a common purpose. A well written book that identifies the realistic challenges of a commander and ethos of the parachute regiment soldier, being an ex warrant officer in the regiment and a Falklands veteran, I was captivated by the book and the legends we call Tom's:
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Company command, if it is successful, is the most re-warding, personally satisfying position the Army offers. It provides a young officer a fundamental knowledge, experi-ence, and a sense of capability that will serve him well the rest of his Army career. If he can command a company prop-erly, he'll be able to command a battalion, brigade or. He wrote the final book in the Army’s history – the so-called Green Books series – of World War II (The Last Offensive) and retired in as Deputy Chief Historian and a colonel in the Army Reserve. Unlike most memoirs written by World War II veterans, Company Commander does not begin with MacDonald’s account of life before World War. The Passion of Command; by COL B.P. McCoy; The Defense of Jisr al Doreaa; by Michael Burgoyne and Albert Marckwardt – Click HERE for a full description of each book and a deeper analysis of its inclusion on this list. The Company Leader Yearly Books. Books Read & Top 10; Books Read & Top 10; Other Reading Lists. SOCOM Commander’s Reading List. Review: Company Commander User Review - Mark Singer - Goodreads. I read this many years ago and it stayed with me for a long time. The book, written right after war in , is a very honest account of MacDonald's experience as an infantry officer in Europe with 4/5(1).