Archive for February 2024

General Sir Arthur Currie: Leading the Charge | WWI Last 100 Days

Just Released. Join us on a gripping historical journey as we delve into the remarkable leadership of General Sir Arthur Currie during the opening last 100 days of World War I. In this video, we explore how Currie's strategic brilliance and innovative tactics shaped the course of the war, focusing particularly on new artillery tactics.

As the Allies launched their final offensive in August 1918, Currie's command played a pivotal role in the relentless push against German forces. Through detailed analysis and gripping storytelling, we uncover Currie's tactical maneuvers, his adept handling of troops, and his unwavering determination to secure victory.

From the intense planning stages to the dramatic battlefield encounters, this video offers a comprehensive look at Currie's leadership during this critical period of the Great War. Join us as we unravel the complexities of the conflict and pay tribute to the courage and sacrifice of those who fought under Currie's command.

Posted by Robert Child

A Conversation with MIlitary Thriller Author, Mark Greaney

I sat down last week with author, Mark Greaney, to discuss his latest book. The New York Times bestselling author is back with a topical edge-of-your-seat thriller. Someone is eliminating the world’s leading experts on robotics and artificial intelligence. Is it a tech company trying to eliminate the competition or is it something even more sinister? 

It is a story that certainly could be "ripped from the headlines" with the growing presence of artificial intelligence in all parts of society. Watch the interview below.

Posted by Robert Child

President's Day (Feb 19th) Speaking Event at Virginia Military Institute - VMI

I am very proud to announce this upcoming Monday evening at 7:45pm February 19th, President's Day I will be giving a talk in honor of Black History Month at Virginia Military Institute.

The presentation of the seven Black Medal of Honor recipients of World War II is co-sponsored by the VMI Center for Leadership and Ethics, the VMI office of Diversity, Opportunity and Inclusion, The George C. Marshall Foundation and supported by the Dean's Academic Speaker Program.

Attendees to the event will learn of the heroic actions and struggles of these seven black Americans who were awarded their country's highest military honor for valor "above and beyond the call of duty."

I hope you can join me this coming Monday night in Lexington, Virginia at the Gillis Theater on the campus of VMI for this very special program.

Posted by Robert Child

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