H. Norman Schwarzkopf, Jr. Childhood from
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His father H. Norman Schwarzkopf, Sr. He attended the West Point Military Academy and "Served in the First World War" and later was promoted to the US Army Brigadier General in the Second World War. At the end of the Second World War, General Schwarzkopf was stationed in Iran and continued to help "organize and train the national police force." [achievement.org H Norman Schwarzkopf]
Development of discipline and character:
In 1946, Brigadier General Schwarzkopf of Sr. went to Iran with him. Norman, 12 years old, went to school in Iran and later went to school in Switzerland, Germany and Italy. He became a good student and is fluent in French and German.
Development ability: attending West Point:
Back in the United States, like his father Norman, he attended the US Military Academy at West Point. At West Point, along with his studies, he "played in the football team, wrestled, sang and directed the church choir." [achievement.org H Norman Schwarzkopf]
The teacher's course is unforgettable for life:
At West Point, Norman Schwarzkopf, Jr's football team was taught by assistant coach Vince Lombardi to his "Lombardi Sweep". Under the leadership of Lombard, this game later became the dominant position of the Green Bay Packers in the NFL.
Lombardi Sweep: His '49':
Years later, Schwarzkopf, who longed for the young, is now General Schwarzkopf. He is 6 feet 3 inches tall and weighs 240 pounds. He is rude and direct communication, and he has a bad temper.
This temper and hatred for failure helped him to lead his troops to victory during the 1991 Desert Storm operation. “He speaks French and German to his partners, shows his knowledge of Arab sensitivity and serves as the actual staff of General Colin Powell.” [Norman Schwarzkopf-ABC News]
Little Norman Schwarzkopf will remember and use his own version of the "49 Lombardi Sweep" during the Desert Storm operation in 1991. This young football game helped play a vital role in the victory of the US Alliance Desert Storm.
Ron Kramer, a former Green Bay Packer, coach of the national football player Vince Lombardi "is watching the Desert Storm action, when he noticed that General Norman Schwarzkov detailed his The troops entered the Iraqi attack and used arrows and charts to illustrate the exercise.
From 1957 to 1964, Kramer did not perform well in Green Bay, staring at his TV screen. "He remembers that scene. He has seen those arrows before!" Kramer recalled yelling on the TV screen.
"I wrote a letter to General Schwarzkopf. I sent him a #39;49' and told him that he copied Vince. He was in the army when Vince was there."
General Schwarzkopf replied to Ron Kramer that "he played football at West Point Military Academy" and shared "his memories of his famous coach." Related: Lombardi Sweep
Schwarzkopf’s first mission was “to be the executive of the Second Airborne Combat Team of the 187th Airborne Infantry Regiment in Fort Campbell, Kentucky”. He then "worked with the 101st Airborne Division and worked with the 6th Infantry in West Germany." In 1960 and 1961, "He was the adjutant of the Berlin Command." This is "a key to the history of split cities." period". [achievement.org H Norman Schwarzkopf]
Master of Engineering:
After returning to the United States, Norman Schwarzkopf, Jr. Received a master's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Southern California.
West Point Military Academy Teaching Project:
Schwarzkopf returned to the West Point Military Academy in 1965 to teach engineering. Many of Norman’s classmates went to “Vietnam as a consultant to the South Vietnamese Army”. In 1965, Norman Schwarzkopf, Jr. Apply to join them.
Schwarzkopf, Jr. Captain served as a consultant to the South Vietnamese Airborne Division and was promoted to major.
Back to West Point Military Academy:
Schwarzkopf returned to West Point after completing his "Mission in Vietnam".
Lieutenant colonel and marriage:
Major Schwarzkopf was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in 1968 and married to Brenda Hall Singer. They later had three children.
In Leavenworth, Kan., Schwarzkopf continued to receive training at the Command and Staff College.
Colonel Schwarzkopf "As the number of American casualties in Vietnam increases, he begins to believe that he has the responsibility to use his training and experience there, where they can save the most lives." [achievement.org H Norman Schwarzkopf]
Returned to Vietnam in 1969:
Colonel Schwarzkopf returned to Vietnam as the battalion commander.
Do the right thing in a moral way: courageous courage: Vietnam:
During the Vietnam War on May 28, 1970, when General Schwarzkopf was a lieutenant colonel, he "ordered his helicopter to rescue the troops already in the minefield.
Some people were airlifted, but he left his troops. A soldier stumbled over a mine, broke his leg and hurt the colonel, who climbed to the assaulted victim and prevented him from picking up more mines. The other three soldiers were killed by an explosion in the mine, but the colonel led the survivors to safety.
Lieutenant Colonel Schwarzkopf is willing to risk his life for his men. "[Robert McFadden's "New York Times" article]
Barbara Walters is interviewing General Norman Schwarzkopf And asked him to define leadership.
General Schwarzkopf said: "This is from
More importantly, it is from
It is taking from
Do it right from
In the business world, these are the four qualities required for success.
Barbara Walters asked General Schwarzkopf "What do you want to do on your tombstone?"
General Schwarzkopf said: "I hope it says, he loves his family, he loves his army – they love him."
If you are asked, "What do you want to do on your tombstone? What would you say?
Inspiring expert Zig Ziglar said: “Compassion, love and compassion are definitely part of the formula for success. The ability to take another person's ability is crucial. When you really understand each other's feelings, you can more easily with him or She communicates and leads more effectively. "General Schwarzkopf knows this!
General H. Norman Schwarzkopf said: "Fear is not wrong. Real courage is not fear. Real courage is fear, and it is courage to continue to work anyway."
General Schwarzkopf determined that the five leadership qualities of demonstration and teaching success are?
3] Take action,
4] Do the right thing at all times [morrally]
By developing these five leadership qualities of General Norman Schwarzkopf, you will also become a model leader!