General Gray was known as a warrior, but he was also an intelligence professional and uniquely among all the flag officers I have ever known, an inspiring educator. He created not just the Marine Corps Intelligence Center, but the Marine Corps University, new forms of informal research to empower younger officers and explore the “edges” beyond the conventional comfort zone. He was, in brief, a warrior-scholar who epitomizes all lthat should be good in our leaders.
PDF (6 Pages): 1989 Global Intelligence Challenges in the 1990’s
As conceptualized and ghost-written by Robert Steele, then the second-ranking civilian in the very small USMC intelligence community.