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9781311113184 - Progressive Management: Bull in a China Shop? General Curtis E. LeMay's Military Advice to the President During the Cuban Missile Crisis: Impact of LeMay's Experiences, Organizational Influences, Communist Presence - Bog

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Bull in a China Shop? General Curtis E. LeMay's Military Advice to the President During the Cuban Missile Crisis: Impact of LeMay's Experiences, Organizational Influences, Communist Presence (1962) (?)

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Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this report examines the personal experiences and organizational factors which influenced General LeMay"s advice to the president during this crucial time in American history, and relates the role the chief of staff"s recommendation played as the crisis unfolded. Beginning with his assignment as Army Air Forces Deputy Chief of Staff for Research and Development, and culminating as Air Force chief of staff, General LeM... Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this report examines the personal experiences and organizational factors which influenced General LeMay"s advice to the president during this crucial time in American history, and relates the role the chief of staff"s recommendation played as the crisis unfolded. Beginning with his assignment as Army Air Forces Deputy Chief of Staff for Research and Development, and culminating as Air Force chief of staff, General LeMay"s experiences taught him the importance of constant vigilance in an uncertain world. The general also observed a Soviet propensity to acquiesce in the face of American resolve, and believed that escalation of a conflict into an all-out war between the two powers was highly unlikely. The organizations around General LeMay also shaped his advice to the president. Tactical Air Command"s readiness to execute operations against Cuba, coupled with the Air Staff"s ability to support combat organizations in the field bolstered General LeMay"s confidence, while the Joint Chiefs of Staff served to encourage the general to think more broadly about the range of military options available to solve the Cuban Missile Crisis.On 19 October 1962, three days after he learned that the Soviet Union was positioning offensive ballistic missiles in Cuba, President John F. Kennedy met with his Joint Chiefs of Staff to hear their recommendations on ways to resolve the emerging crisis. Consistent with popular belief, the most outspoken member of the joint chiefs in advocating aggressive action was General Curtis E. LeMay, Air Force chief of staff. These personal experiences and organizational factors caused the Air Force chief of staff to view the crisis differently than the president. General LeMay believed that the crisis was an opportunity to resolve the issue of communist presence in Cuba, while President Kennedy felt, more modestly, that the best he could do was continue to manage a tense geo-political environment at the height of the Cold War. These divergent views fostered a civil-military gap during the crisis which lingered long afterwards. Strategy harmonizes military power and political purpose, and civil-military rifts serve to make this effort exceedingly difficult. A reflection on General LeMay"s military advice to President Kennedy during the Cuban Missile Crisis highlights the importance of this endeavor. Productinformatie:Taal: Engels;Formaat: Epub zonder kopieerbeveiliging (DRM) ;Kopieerrechten: Het kopiëren van (delen van) de pagina's is niet toegestaan ;ISBN10: 1311113185;ISBN13: 9781311113184; Engels | Ebook
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Kategori: Geschiedenis en politiek, Continent - Latijns Amerika, Caribbean & West-Indië
Data fra 05-07-2016 21:40h
ISBN (alternativ notationer): 1-311-11318-5, 978-1-311-11318-4
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9781311113184 - Progressive Management: Bull in a China Shop? General Curtis E. LeMay's Military Advice to the President During the Cuban Missile Crisis: Impact of LeMay's Experiences, Organizational Influences, Communist Presence - Bog

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Bull in a China Shop? General Curtis E. LeMay's Military Advice to the President During the Cuban Missile Crisis: Impact of LeMay's Experiences, Organizational Influences, Communist Presence (2016) (?)

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Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this report examines the personal experiences and organizational factors which influenced General LeMay's advice to the president during this crucial time in American history, and relates the role the chief of staff's recommendation played as the crisis unfolded. Beginning with his assignment as Army Air Forces Deputy Chief of Staff for Research and Development, and culminating as Air Force chief of staff, General LeMay's experiences taught him the importance of constant vigilance in an uncertain world. The general also observed a Soviet propensity to acquiesce in the face of American resolve, and believed that escalation of a conflict into an all-out war between the two powers was highly unlikely. The organizations around General LeMay also shaped his advice to the president. Tactical Air Command's readiness to execute operations against Cuba, coupled with the Air Staff's ability to support combat organizations in the field bolstered General LeMay's confidence, while the Joint Chiefs of Staff served to encourage the general to think more broadly about the range of military options available to solve the Cuban Missile Crisis. On 19 October 1962, three days after he learned that the Soviet Union was positioning offensive ballistic missiles in Cuba, President John F. Kennedy met with his Joint Chiefs of Staff to hear their recommendations on ways to resolve the emerging crisis. Consistent with popular belief, the most outspoken member of the joint chiefs in advocating aggressive action was General Curtis E. LeMay, Air Force chief of staff. These personal experiences and organizational factors caused the Air Force chief of staff to view the crisis differently than the president. General LeMay believed that the crisis was an opportunity to resolve the issue of communist presence in Cuba, while President Kennedy felt, more modestly, that the best he could do was continue to manage a tense geo-p
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