Originally Posted by BullMcGiveny
Yeah, but he shows he's a great leader after they decide to follow him. I never understood that. You would think that doubts would he raised about if he has what it takes from people who don't have father issues, seeing as his experience is out of date. But no, his leadership is a gimma, so it doesn't matter much.
Cap showed he was a great leader in WW2, which Stark and probably the rest of the team already knew about. His experience wasn't seen as out of date because this was a war, and his specialty is war.
I'm reading this bolded part over and over again, but I don't really understand what you're saying except for the out of date part.