McChrystal Memoirs Set for 2012 Publication

Wednesday, 22 Dec 2010 01:13 PM

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Retired Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal made a big stir last year when the then-commander of U.S. and allied forces in Afghanistan harshly criticized the Obama administration in Rolling Stone magazine. President Barack Obama subsequently fired him for the disloyalty. McChrystal, Memoirs, book, 2012, PublicationBut the former four-star general could make headlines again in 2012, when his memoir is scheduled to be published by Portfolio/Penguin, Politico reports.

The book is currently untitled. Portfolio President and Publisher Adrian Zackheim acquired world rights for the book from Robert Barnett of Williams & Connolly.

McChrystal says, ‘The theme that runs through my story, from my first day at West Point to my last day in uniform, is the question of what truly defines great leadership. … The lessons I’ve learned will help readers in the military, government and the private sector.’”

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