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David Ignatius
How do you run a "war production board" to deliver needed supplies during a national crisis? Paul Ignatius, my amazing 99-year-old Dad, recalls how he did it at the Pentagon during the Vietnam War in this brief essay he sent me today.
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Judy Brinckerhoff Mar 25
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It’s called leadership and chain of command
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🐶 evie 🐶 Mar 26
Replying to @jcbrinck @IgnatiusPost
What we are missing
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Neil Gundel Mar 25
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I see your father never told the generals to go bid against each other in order to get ammunition during the shortage.
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medit8now Mar 25
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Thank you My best to your father at this difficult time.
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Patti Mulligan 🏡🔬✊🏽 Mar 25
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That is one of the most brilliant, instructive, and concisely written things I’ve read re . I saved the images to my Wisdom folder as “How to manage crisis_”
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Jim Goldgeier Mar 25
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Let’s put him in charge!
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Melissa Jo Peltier Mar 26
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Please thank your Dad, Paul. He’s an excellent writer & at 99 is obviously still at the top of his game. I’m fortunate to have my late Dad’s memoirs from WWII. Treasure him. 💕
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Kimberly Cooper Mar 25
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I don’t understand why we have to keep relearning the lessons we’ve already been taught.
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Florence Gyomory Mar 25
Best to your dad!
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