Warren Kozak captures the true essence of General Curtis LeMay. Like many great leaders, LeMay was a paradox, a vivid contrast of unique strengths and debilitating weaknesses. He was inse- cure, afraid of failure, always question- ing his own decisions. LeMay hid his insecurities beneath a stern and gruff demeanor that gave the impression of confidence and strength. The antithesis of the stereotypical dashing American flyboy, “LeMay was dark, brooding, and forbidding. He rarely smiled, he spoke even less, and when he did, his words came out in a snarl.”
"LeMay: The Life and Wars of General Curtis LeMay,"
Naval War College Review: Vol. 63
, Article 19.
Available at: http://digital-commons.usnwc.edu/nwc-review/vol63/iss1/19