The researcher did not accomplish the original goals of conducting a comparative analysis between the Garren 2005 and the current study while simultaneously analyzing the relationships between personality, leadership style, combat identifier and career satisfaction. However, the statistical analysis of the data from this study did identify statistically significant relationships among the dependent and independent variables, therefore completing one of the two intended goals. The results of this study show some statistically significant relationships between analyzed variables but do not provide specific explanation as to why these relationships exist. The small sample size makes it extremely difficult to differentiate between specific leadership style and combat identifier data. Finally, additional studies should be conducted to examine the relationship of MBTI personality preferences to combat identifiers, career satisfaction and leadership style. Specifically, these studies should be conducted routinely at the Commmand and General Staff College and the Army War College in order to provide data that is accurate and relevant so researchers can document relationship trends.