If you can only read 1 book before assuming Company Command READ THIS ONE!
Company Command is the most demanding job in the Army. It’s the toughest job you’ll have as a captain, one of the toughest jobs you’ll have during your career. Command can be lonely. But remember, you weren’t selected to be a company commander to win a popularity contest. The Army selected you because you’ve shown you’re a leader who has potential and can complete the mission.
The contributions you can make to the Army as a good company commander are infinite. As a commander you’re a role model every minute of every day of your command. Soldiers need and want to be led: they look to you for guidance. Be a model. You'll cherish the rewards of success command the rest of your life. Don’t waste this opportunity to be the best company commander ever and to make a difference.
Learn How To:
Build a Professional Relationship with Your 1SG
Conduct a Change of Command Inventory
Handle UCMJ & Administrative Law Situations
Handle Personnel & Administrative Issues
Build an Effective Training Program
Conduct Supply Operations at the Company Level
Implement an Effective Maintenance Program
Leadership Lessons Learned for:
Unit Status Report
Drug & Alcohol Abuse
Physical Training & Unit Sports
And much more…
Realistic WAR STORIES
Advice from THE BRASS