Ernie Webb

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Latest Book – – “Rescuing America”

Author — Ernie Webb served two years as a US Army enlisted soldier, then entered West Point through an Army wide competitive appointment. After graduation, he held a variety of Infantry and Armor troop leadership positions in Vietnam, Germany and the U.S. During his two years in Vietnam, he was awarded the Purple Heart and five decorations for valor, including two Silver Stars.

After his military service, Ernie spent 12 years as a financial planner and stock-broker, and 20 years as a leadership consultant for Fortune 500 companies around the world. Ernie has written extensively on management, leadership, ethics, and inter-personal relationships. As Editor-in-Chief of Military Review, he edited and produced an award winning issue on leadership. This issue received the largest request for reprints of any issue in the magazine’s 74-year history.

While teaching at West Point, he also co-produced a unique book on life at the Academy, titled “West Point Sketch Book.” He is currently working on a book about finding inner peace titled, “The Inner Core.”

In addition to a B.S. from West Point, Ernie earned an MA in English Literature from Columbia University in New York. He is a graduate of the U.S. Naval College of Command and Staff with advanced studies in Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis.

Ernie lives with Pat, his beautiful wife of 48 years, in Pensacola, Florida. They have two grown children. In his spare time Ernie enjoys walking on the beach with Pat, weight-lifting, recreational runs, and playing with his two fantastic grandchildren, Makenna and Miller.

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