twelvehigh - Stephanie Russo March 10, 2008 English...

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Stephanie Russo March 10, 2008 English Composition 130.03 Thought Paper 12 0’Clock High In the film, 12 O’clock High , there are several different leadership qualities and disadvantages portrayed. Each character in the film displays a different aspect of leadership, whether it be beneficial or not. It is obvious why certain qualities work or do not, given the situation in the film. 12 O’clock High gives viewers direct insight to war and how it should be handled. Colonel Davenport’s tactics clearly do not work. In the beginning of the film it is obvious that he is too involved with his men. The friendship Davenport utilizes deems unsuccessful and creates poor morale throughout the entire unit. Davenport is concerned with the losses his men have been involved with, and he is quickly placed in a different position. General Pritchard is the one to recognize Davenport’s downfall. It is clear that Davenport was the problem and cause of loss. General Savage is Davenport’s replacement, and he quickly takes over the
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ENG 130 taught by Professor Grochawalski during the Spring '08 term at Assumption College.

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