· I recently spoke to Stanley McChrystal, who retired from the U.S. Army as a four-star general after more than thirty-four years of service. In the interview, he talked about the lessons he learned about leadership ...
[Foreign Affairs] - The heart of the book is the story of how Hastings managed to get access to General Stanley McChrystal, then the commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, and members of his inner circle in order to write a profile for Rolling Stone. Print · Email
[New York Times] - The only senior official to forge decent relations with Karzai was Stanley McChrystal, the four-star commander in Kabul, who resigned after his staff's scathing remarks about the White House became public. According to Chandrasekaran's sources
[Gatestone Institute] - The last General who spoke to journalists out of turn and out of the country was Stanley McChrystal – and he lasted only as long as it took to arrive in the Oval Office. Your Commander in Chief appears to have used you to hammer another nail in the
[Patriot Post] - Obama's nauseating self-aggrandizement, narcissistic behavior and insulting manner in which he snubbed Prime Minister Netanyahu leaves absolutely no doubt that he will hang you and your entire staff out to dry as he did General Stanley McChrystal and
Service in this business is tough and often dangerous. It extracts a price for participants, and that price can be high. It is tempting to protect yourself from the personal and professional cost of loss by limiting how much you commit, how much you believe and trust in people, and how deeply you care… If I had it to do over again, I’d do some things in my career differently, but not many. I believed in people and I still believe in them. I trusted and I still trust. I cared and I still care. I wouldn’t have had it any other way. - Retirement ceremony, Friday, 23 July 2010, as quoted in The New York Times.
[New Times Broward-Palm Beach (blog)] - Stanley McChrystal. Biggest thrill on the campaign trail so far? Obama joined the journos on the bus for a round of beers the other night. What's the O-man drink? Bud Lite. The Oppo: They're in little bunches like a strand of pearls in the median
[The Jewish Press] - The last General who spoke to journalists out of turn and out of the country was Stanley McChrystal – and he lasted only as long as it took to arrive in the Oval Office. Your Commander in Chief appears to have used you to hammer another nail in the
[Algemeiner] - The last General who spoke to journalists out of turn and out of the country was Stanley McChrystal – and he lasted only as long as it took to arrive in the Oval Office. Your Commander in Chief appears to have used you to hammer another nail in the
[U.S. News & World Report (blog)] - Stanley McChrystal, who was fired from the same job after allegedly making critical remarks about the president and other top administration officials to a Rolling Stone magazine reporter in [Photo Gallery: NASA's Curiosity Lands on Mars]. The
[Fabius Maximus (blog)] - This article makes Generals Stanley McChrystal and Petraeus, Major Nagl and Aussie (Dave Kilcullen) casualties of war. It was incomprehensible to American hawks and war mongers that we — a SuperPower! — lost Vietnam. So they use the classic loser's
[Slate Magazine (blog)] - Stanley McChrystal and Joe Lieberman. OK, now it gets good: Tim Tebow! The Daily Caller: "You might call it a Hail Mary. But immediately before the mystery speaker, the convention will feature Olympians lending their support to Romney. What if
[Salon] - Stanley McChrystal, allowing the anonymous officer to claim — falsely — that the quotes used by Hastings were off the record. Martinez did the same when he gave anonymity to a military officer to falsely attack a story by Jeremy Scahill exposing the
[MountainRunner.us] - Their books includes case studies, conceptual and practical issues in strategic communication, and suggestions of what influence and perception might entail in future conflicts. Includes a foreword by US General (ret.) Stanley McChrystal, an
[Oregon Business News (press release)] - In a article for Newsweek, General Stanley McChrystal wrote the following about the dangers of Americans' diminished concept of national service: The concept of national service is not new, nor is it outdated. When America needs it, national
When General Stanley McChrystal started fighting al Qaeda in 2003, information and secrets were the lifeblood of his operations. But as the unconventional battle waged on, he began to think that the culture of keeping ...