4. C. Wade McClusky
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What is a better lesson for McClusky’s decision-making during the early stages of the Battle of Midway: patience is power, go with your gut, or something else?
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In June 1942, naval aviator C. Wade McClusky was leading a group of scout bombers when he spotted an isolated Japanese destroyer and decided to follow it rather than attacking it. McClusky had predicted that the destroyer was returning to a larger fleet and observing the destroyer would lead to mission completion.