Maybe Gavin, or Patton? I'm classical philologist at heart and education, and always thought that leaders should order "Follow me!", not "Advance!" I often hear people criticizing Patton (or Montgomery) for being below average/simply average generals who won their battles only because they had better army and enemy was poorer supplied etc. One British 8th Army veteran officer said [loose quotation], "military historians and people who never commanded tend to forget - or do not realize it - that real warfare is not chess; even odds are not what's most important, and there were plenty of generals that had better army and lost battles with weaker enemy, not necessarily because they were "worse" commanders."