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Old 08-11-2017, 09:57 AM
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Originally Posted by mmartin798 View Post
I agree the brightest and best should be on the front line, but not always. My original tongue in cheek response did hold some truth for my view of Frozen Watch. They are good and competent, just not a good choice for the first wave.
They should be good and competent, but if they are exceptional in any way then every effort should be made to make their exceptional-ness available for use from day 1. Perhaps that is on a field team, perhaps they are in a facility somewhere on call, but if they are exceptional then you cannot afford to stick them in a hole.
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