Naval War College Review

Article Title

In My View


W.J. Holland Jr


Every successful officer considers his career path as that most appropriate and useful. So it is—for him or her. Certainly the successes of Admiral Stavridis and Captain Hagerott testify to the worth of their credentials to make the arguments in their article [see James Stavridis and Mark Hagerott, “The Heart of an Officer: Joint, Interagency, and International Operations and Navy Career Develop- ment,” in the Spring 2009 issue, pp. 27–41].