Military Review English Edition November-December 2015 - Page 107

LEADING SOLDIERS 2nd Place, General Douglas MacArthur Military Leadership Writing Competition, CGSC Class 14-02 (Photo by Staff Sgt. Taikeila Chancey, 704th Military Intelligence Brigade PAO) Soldiers with the 741st Military Intelligence Battalion, 704th Military Intelligence Brigade, compete in the battalion's Silent Warrior Challenge 5 October 2012 at Fort Meade, Maryland. The event provided an opportunity for soldiers to build resiliency skills by competing in demanding training events that developed teamwork, esprit de corps, and unit cohesion. Leading Soldiers with—Not Primarily through— Communication Technology Maj. Andrew B. Stipp, U.S. Army R ecent advances in communication technology have made the world smaller in many ways. Individuals are now able to communicate MILITARY REVIEW  November-December 2015 with others in real or near-real time from almost anywhere in the world. While these advances are remarkable, they also engender potentially negative 101