Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this unique book presents a review, analysis and comparison of the World War Two military strategies of Admiral Raymond A. Spruance at the Battle of Midway, and Admiral William P. Halsey at the Battle Of Leyte Gulf. This is done within the context of the Air Command and Staff College Strategy Process Model.The purpose of this project was to review, analyze and compare the strategies of two naval leaders, Spruance and Halsey, within the context of the ACSC Strategy Process Model. This project would then become the basis for an ACSC seminar during the Military History - Great Warriors / Great Thinkers phase of instruction. As such, the format of the paper requires that Chapter Two and Chapter Three be able to "stand alone" so that they may be extracted for future use as a complete package on each individual. My sponsor asked that I analyze each individuals strategy with respect to a major battle in which each was a major player, and suggested Midway for Spruance and Leyte Gulf for Halsey. To lay the groundwork for strategy analysis, it was necessary to describe each battle in some detail. Both Chapters Two and Three lean heavily on one major research source and tend to look as if they are nothing more than book condensations. However, both battles are also described in many of the books in the Bibliography and elsewhere. Therefore, I chose to remain with one primary source to provide a coherent chronological view of each battle and did so after considering other sources not mentioned in the Bibliography, such as Belote and Belotes Titans of the Seas, Morisons Two Ocean War, and Hoyts The Battle of Leyte Gulf, among others.