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    Gorman's Brigade Analysis

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    Gorman’s brigade was the first brigade of the second division under Major General John Sedgwick who was under the command of Major General Edwin V. Sumner, commander of the Second Army Corps. This narrative will discuss the events that took place with Gorman’s brigade by discussing the task and purpose of the brigade, including the individual regiments in Gorman’s brigade. The unit’s disposition in accordance with the enemy and friendly units in the same area of operations. This narrative…

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    Brigade Combat Team Essay

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    am excited for the opportunity to command the 4th Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT). After my initial assessment of the unit, I have a good feel for the brigade’s primary issues and look forward to the challenges ahead. I have divided the problems identified into four primary lines of effort: Build the Team, Training, Leadership Development, and Fortify the Team. These lines of effort comprise the essential tasks in meeting my vision for the brigade. My vision is: 4th ABCT is a disciplined,…

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    Assuming command of the 4th Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT) is an honor and a privilege. It is truly a humbling opportunity to be selected to command an exceptional unit with a storied history of mission readiness and success. The past few weeks of observing the unit, in addition to, careful analysis of more recent historical documents from Army research organizations such as the Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL) and Center for Army Leadership (CAL) have provided necessary insight in…

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    The critical leadership problems facing the 4th Armor Brigade Combat Team (ABCT) is compliance, commitment, and emotional intelligence. The components of the Application of Power and Influence in Organizational Leadership are compliance versus commitment and emotional intelligence, using of Dr. Gene Klann, Application of Power and Influence in Organizational Leadership process will provide assistance in improving the culture and climate of 4th ABCT and reestablished the unit to its historical…

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    Over the last 1.5 years, the 4th Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT) has undergone significant change. Following a nine month deployment to Afghanistan, the Brigade appears to be overcome by stress, fatigue, leadership, and ethics issues. While many might categorize these as normal post deployment occurrences, they appear to run much deeper. The events of the previous deployment coupled with the death of the Brigade Commander, Brigade Sergeant Major and a Battalion Commander appear to be the…

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    “The Charge of the Light Brigade” inspired many with the genuine war cries. The poem tells the story of a brigade consisting of 600 soldiers who rode on horseback into the “valley of death” for half a league. The reasons for the poem’s popularity should be evident because it is such a stirring expression of courage under fire, heroism under impossible odds, of the might of the English military. In “The Charge of the Light Brigade,” the author used setting, imagery, and the point of view to set…

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    the war was that the British Light Brigade ran into Russian fire, in which 600 British horsemen were surrounded. They were fired at, and in the end, 278 of the Light Brigade soldiers either were injured or killed. The poem “The Charge of the Light Brigade” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson reflects how intense the firing was, how loyal and unquestioning the soldiers were, and how brave the soldiers were. To start with, the poem provides details of how intense the firing of weapons were. The soldiers…

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    Good morning fellow classmates, today I will be talking about two views on the theme of death. The first poem called ‘Asleep’ by Wilfred Owen and the second called ‘The charge of the light brigade’ by Alfred Lord Tennyson. I chose the theme of death because it can be quite interesting and everyone has their own opinion of it, which is exactly what these two great poets have shown. The poem Asleep was written by Wilfred Owen in the year 1917 after the recent ending of the Edwardian period. The…

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    The Battle of Balaclava, fought on October 25, 1854, was a battle that took the lives of nearly 278 soldiers, all as a result of a miscommunication of orders. When news of the battle reached London, people felt a whirl of emotions and Alfred, Lord Tennyson was inspired to write “The Charge of the Light Brigade,” a poem about the fight. After reading his poem, my understanding of the real life events behind it has been greatly affected in a way that gives the events a deeper meaning. This poem…

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    Charge of the Light Brigade’. One of the major differences seen between the two poems in the portrayal of conflict and war is where war is shown to be fought as a unit; a fight to be fought together, in ‘The Charge of the Light Brigade’. Lord Tennyson portrays this by his use of repetition at the end of each stanza - “rode the six hundred”. He did this to emphasise how no-one left the rest of the cavalry when they had to fight for their country while knowing that they were most probably going…

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