There is an interesting observation about leading soldiers, made by Field Marshal Sir William Slim, commander of the British 14th Army in the Burma Campaign of World War II. “I tell you, as officers, that you will not eat, sleep, smoke, sit down, or lie down until your soldiers have had a chance to do these things. “If you hold to this, they will follow you to the ends of the earth, if you do not, will break you in front of your regiments.” ALSO READ: SANDF blames Covid-19 impact as recruitment programme gets halted That sentiment should be shared…

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