In the military, when a team has a task to complete and performs it poorly, even if it's the fault of one of the lower ranking members, the person in charge gets the blame. Do you think this is good, or bad?
Fiat....not sure where you're getting this info, but it's not today's ANAFM
What? I don't understand what you're saying.
Of course the leader has to take the blame. It was their team, and their responsibility to make sure it succeeded.
This kind of standard is how you weed out strong leaders who can overcome individual weakness from weak leaders who make excuses.