Its not a lack of leadership for me. I can see 2 obvious problem here. AFP and PNP personnel have the heart and will to fight the terrorist but they lack of hardware. Also I don't think we have currently a military general that is an excellent military strategist.
Another uncalled for comment.
I don't think you personally know the generals who are in command now. You don't have any idea on what they know and what limited resources they have at their disposal.
If you can tell us, "Oh, I know this general personally, He is nothing but a desk jockey with no combat experience..." and back it up with proof, then your comment will be credible. Otherwise, don't make comment you cannot back up with proof.
Rooster will just gladly ride on your comments and post more inane and obnoxious comments to support your opinion.
I wouldn't second guess the strategies of the military in Marawi, but so far their moves makes sense to me, and their progress, and setbacks, are reasonable.