Military Officers Discuss Leadership in a War Zone

Marine Lt. Seth Moulton in Iraq in the spring of 2005. i

Marine Lt. Seth Moulton in Iraq in the spring of 2005. Courtesy Seth Moulton hide caption

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Marine Lt. Seth Moulton in Iraq in the spring of 2005.

Marine Lt. Seth Moulton in Iraq in the spring of 2005.

Courtesy Seth Moulton

Part 2 of the Interview

Two Marines who have served in Iraq discuss issues of leadership in day-to-day life in Iraq. Lt. Seth Moulton and Maj. Michael Zacchea both have led young and sometimes inexperienced troops into urban warfare — and have had to make split-second decisions about whether to shoot or to hold fire as insurgents mixed with civilians.

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