Archive: Col. Michael E. Haith (Ret.)
Success does not depend on one person, but whatever the U.S. achieves in Iraq could have been accomplished without Gen. David Petraeus's leadership.
By Col. Michael E. Haith (Ret.) | February 23, 2010; 02:44 PM ET | Comments (36)
We can and must engage in leadership development of Afghan leaders, and this will be the most difficult effort of our involvement in Afghanistan.
By Col. Michael E. Haith (Ret.) | December 1, 2009; 05:18 AM ET | Comments (11)
Leaders must always do their duty, subordinating personal interest to complete the mission, which may require the sacrifice of their lives and the lives of those entrusted to them.
By Col. Michael E. Haith (Ret.) | November 2, 2009; 03:14 PM ET | Comments (4)
While Mr. Jones likely violated no rule or law, he lost the trust and confidence of the administration that he could serve without bias.
By Col. Michael E. Haith (Ret.) | September 8, 2009; 12:13 PM ET | Comments (3)
I categorically reject the notion that the leader should be feared in addition to being admired, trusted and respected.
By Col. Michael E. Haith (Ret.) | August 18, 2009; 11:36 AM ET | Comments (23)
As Gen. Colin Powell has said, West Point is "the place where the professional standards are set, the place that defines the military culture, the place that nurtures the values and virtues of Army service and passes them on from generation to generation." It should not be closed.
By Col. Michael E. Haith (Ret.) | April 20, 2009; 02:30 PM ET | Comments (7)