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WEEK 10

MANUALS AND ORDERS—GETTING STARTED IN INVESTING

One constant in the military was that we were provided with as much information as could be accumulated. In Basic Training, we had the Soldier's Handbook. In Iraq, every time we launched an operation, it began with comprehensive Operation Orders spelling out the mission and our objective, covering every conceivable scenario. No matter what happened, no matter what might go wrong, we would be prepared to react quickly and decisively. The platoon sergeant was responsible for passing information down to us. As a squad leader, my job was to make sure my team leaders understood everything they ...

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