To be victorious you need a plan. A plan on how to take our foes one by one. Remember to have enough ammo and keep your weapons in a good state, because you will be inoffensive like a deer against a nuke.
It is important to know your team because everyone got a special talent, that special talent as pathetic it could be, has the power of turning the whole track of the victory in our favor. If you got someone who can shoot someone from 3 miles away, get him to take down every winged unit on the horizon. if someone got the heart and speed to survive the crossfire, send him to infiltrate the enemy frontier and sabotage. And another important detail, if you want your people to be even closer to you, treat them like family and don't let a single one to bite the dust. Every time one of my soldiers falls down, I feel like a part in my inside dies too. I care about them, because I am responsible of their lives from the very moment I am telling them where to go.
If there is something really important I have learned in high school, is leadership. Being a leader does not consist on controlling the people, but to take responsibility of the mistakes and lives of the people, because when a veteran arrives home in a box, his wife will cry at me, not the sniper that shot him.
I have to be careful for every detail, be careful of my weaknesses, because I know I have many. I have to cover them with the best defense available and even trick my enemy to bite the right bait.
I have won many battles not only because I am strong, not only because I dedicate too much time into it, not only because I am a veteran; I have won many battles because I trust in my units. My soldiers. My people.
LOOK WHO CAME: