I've been reading a book recently called "The Smartest Guys in the Room." It's about the rise and fall of Enron. It's been an interesting read. You of course have the typical well-known players like Ken Lay, Jeff Skilling and Andy Fastow, but there have been a number of veterans in the mix including a seemingly high number of West Point graduates. Their conduct was disturbing, in the book, because of they utter disregard for ethical conduct. We talk a lot on SAF about good cadets and mishipmen becoming good officers.... here's a questions.... how much of that have you/would you carry over to your "life after service". That "alfa male" menality fits in nicely in a number of business environments, but where does the "win at all costs" fit?