the word intuition in jung does not mean intuition in the sense we usually use it. if you mean, that rommel was intuitive in the everyday sense of the word, then I agree that rommel was an intuitive. for as I have argued here, what we usually call sensing should be called intuition, and what we usually call intuition should be called reflecting
You familiar with the term "fingerspitzengefühl"? Finger tip feeling. The uncanny *intuitive* way of feeling and controlling the battlefield.
i don't but any credence what so ever in physical appearance
i have actually read like 100 pages of the rommel papers. i see no reflection or abstract reasoning there. everything is very true to form. raw input from the senses.
rommel cold be E and/or J though.